RED HOOK – About 20 people braved the pouring rain Wednesday evening and traveled to the Miccio Community Center for the latest update on the cleanup of the Red Hook Ball Fields. NYC Parks Brooklyn Borough Commissioner Martin Maher at Red Hook Ball Fields update meeting, August 7, 2019 (Photo: Pamela
RED HOOK – Delayed once again [/nyc-parks-provides-community-update-on-red-hook-ball-fields-remediation/] due to the 35-day federal government shutdown which prohibited EPA employees from reporting to work, cleanup plans to remove lead from the Red Hook ball fields are back on track, with crews starting work on the site last week. NYC Parks’ Brooklyn Borough Landscape
RED HOOK – The Parks, Recreation, and Environmental Protection Committee [https://www1.nyc.gov/site/brooklyncb6/committees/parks-recreation-environmental-protection.page] of Brooklyn Community Board 6 held a meeting Wednesday night to update locals on the Harold Ickes Playground and the Red Hook ball fields. Harold Ickes Playground at Hamilton Avenue & Van Brunt
RED HOOK – Council Member Carlos Menchaca [https://council.nyc.gov/district-38/] (District 38) sent out an announcement Tuesday afternoon encouraging the community to attend a meeting with NYC Department of Parks and Recreation [https://www.nycgovparks.org/about/whats-happening/red-hook-park-remediation] (NYC Parks) and the Environmental Protection Agency [https://www.epa.