The MHNA urges the DDC to remove the temporary wooden structures that were erected around trees for the infrastructure replacement project
Wednesday, March 23, 2022
The co-chairs of the Preservation & Design Committee and President of The Murray Hill Neighborhood Association on March 24 wrote to urge the NYC Department of Design & Construction to remove the temporary wooden structures that were erected around trees in 2018 for the ongoing infrastructure replacement project (MED607) along 2nd and 3rd Avenue and surrounding side streets. The tree beds where the wooden structures are located have become an unsanitary eyesore and magnet for trash and vermin. Many of the temporary wooden structures are now in disrepair. Read the letter.