The Greenpoint-Williamsburg Association for Parks and Planning (GWAPP) called on the public to take an active role in the development and maintenance of green spaces – including those still awaiting construction (including the coming Transmitter Park, seen here). (Queens Ledger)

More than 800 Turned Up at a Meeting about the proposed St. Vincent’s Development in Greenwich Village. (GVSHP)

The Rezoning of 125th St. was discussed, and a Harlem community group and the civil rights advocate Norman Siegel today announced the start of campaign against the city’s proposed rezoning of 125th Street, arguing that the current proposal does not adequately protect the local community or the historic character of the commercial thoroughfare. (NY Times City Room)

The AIA’s proposed zoning text amendments were demystified.

Flatbush was imagined – participants broke into small groups and analyzed goals for the upcoming sustainability agenda.

We saw proof that congestion pricing supporters do exist in Queens, while the pols and the people in Brooklyn don’t quite agree. (Streetsblog)

Have a restful weekend, everyone – you deserve it! But if you just can’t get enough, there are more events happening this weekend:

PS9 Community Design Day in Prospect Heights

and a Rally and Celebration for Pier 40 in Greenwich Village (PDF)