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On Tuesday, June 3 from 2-3pm, Gotham Gazette will host a live web chat with Tom Angotti, Hunter College professor, Gotham Gazette land use columnist, and member of the Executive Committee of the Community-Based Planning Task Force.  He will be available to answer questions and offer his views about what the plan does and does not do, its strengths and its weaknesses.

To participate, go to tomorrow at 2pm.  You can also submit pre-chat questions here.

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