Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer, Chair

Shaan Khan, Director of Community Affairs
and Constituent Services
Brian Cook, Senior Urban Planner
Sandy Myers, Constituent Services
Greg Kirschenbaum

New York University

John Sexton, President
Lynne Brown, Senior Vice President for University Relations and Public Affairs
Alicia Hurley, Associate Vice President, Government and Community Affairs (Pictured at Left). Office of Community and Government Website
Gary Parker, Director, Government & Community Affairs


Congressman Jerrold Nadler

Councilmember Margaret Chin

Councilmember Rosie Mendez

Councilmember Christine Quinn

State Senator Thomas K. Duane

State Senator Daniel Squadron

State Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick

State Assemblymember Brian P. Kavanagh

Manhattan Community Board 1

Manhattan Community Board 2

Manhattan Community Board 3

Manhattan Community Board 4

Manhattan Community Board 6

American Institute of Architects

Bleecker Area Merchants and Residents Association

Carmine Street Block Association

Coalition to Save the East Village

East Square Neighbors

Greenwich Village Block Association

Greenwich Village-Chelsea Chamber of Commerce

Greenwich Village Society for Historic Preservation

LaGuardia Community Gardens

Lucille Lortel Foundation

Mercer Street Association

Mercer-Houston Street Dog Run

Municipal Arts Society

Public School PAC

SoHo Alliance

Washington Square Village Tenant Association

77 Bleecker Street Residents Association

88 Bleecker Street Residents Association

505 LaGuardia Place Tenant Association



Task Force Governance, as adopted in 2006

The Task Force will be established by and led by those representing the residential stakeholders.

The Task Force will concentrate its efforts on problems related to areas where NYU currently has the greatest physical presence and in areas where it is immediately expanding. This will include the eastern portions of Community Boards 2 and western portion of Community Board 3.
The Task Force is not expected to be a voting body, but an advisory one where decisions will be made on the basis of consensus.

The Task Force can have subcommittees to address individual locations or topics as needed.

If specific issues come up in areas not represented or underrepresented, additional stakeholders will be invited to participate including but not limited to block associations, elected representatives, BIDs, and community based organizations.

The Task Force will either have public meetings on a regular basis or create a method for public reporting and receiving public feedback.


Market by Market Communications, Zella Jones, Principal

Last Update:   March 31, 2010