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Greenpoint-Williamsburg’s WPA-era McCarren Park Pool has been many things to the community — a gathering place for thousands of swimmers, a symbol of neighborhood racial tensions, a crumbling urban ruin, and most recently, a summer mecca for indie rock-loving hipsters. As part of the Mayor’s PlaNYC 2030 initiative, $50 million has been allocated to the pool’s restoration, and the site was recently named a New York City landmark. In summer 2007, the Dept. of Parks and Recreation held design charettes and distributed a survey, with the goal of incorporating community feedback into the design. Now, architects Rogers & Marvel are publicly sharing plans for McCarren Park Pool at two meetings of the Community Board:
 
CB1 Parks Committee Meeting:
Monday, February 4th, 6:30 PM
The Lady of the Snow Society
410 Graham Ave. (btwn Withers & Jackson Sts.) Brooklyn
 
Full CB1 Meeting:
Wednesday, February 13th, 6:30 PM
Swinging Sixties Seniors Center
211 Ainslie Avenue (btwn Graham & Manhattan) Brooklyn
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