“BDG remains proud of it work with the local Community Board (Community Board Number 11), City Hall, locally elected officials, the Borough Presidents Office, Positive Workforce, East Harlem Council for Community Improvement and local community organizations, to ensure that East Harlem residents and businesses participate in both the construction phase and the permanent jobs created at East River Plaza,” he concluded.
What does EHCCI stand for?
EHCCI stands for East Harlem Council for Community Improvement
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BDG has been working with the local Community Board (Community Board Number 11), local elected officials and the Borough Presidents Office, the East Harlem Council for Community Improvement and local community organizations, to ensure that East Harlem residents and businesses benefited from both the construction phase and the permanent jobs created at Gotham Plaza.
The Senator was joined in supporting the project by neighborhood community leaders and organizations, including Hope Community, East Harlem Chamber of Commerce, East Harlem Council for Community Improvement, Concerned Citizens of East Harlem, East Harlem Triangle and Positive Work Force.