WCHS was thrilled to host the Department of City Planning (“DHS”) and Evergreen for a forum designed to solicit feedback from the local community on ways to improve the North Brooklyn Industrial Business Zone (“IBZ”). Topics like environmental resiliency, job growth, safety, and infrastructure were discussed. Local residents, business owners, workers and property owners were present as well as elected officials Antonio Reynoso (City Council District 34) and Joseph Lentol (Assembly District 50). The evening was extremely productive, providing critical insight into a DHS study that will improve quality of life and the ability to do business in the local community. We welcome back DHS and Evergreen anytime!