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Civic Meeting to Discuss Vacant Businesses for immediate release


“What Our Neighborhood Might Expect in the Coming Year(s),” is the theme for the Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Association meeting on Thursday, March 16, at 7 p.m., at the Carmine Carro Community Center in Marine Park (3000 Fillmore Ave., at Madison Pl.).  The scheduled featured speaker is the President of the Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce, Randy Peers; and, local elected officials are expected.


“We’d like to focus on challenges facing our southern Brooklyn community, especially from the proliferation of large, vacant business properties.  We hope that neighborhood, small business owners will attend,” said Liz Morrissey, president of the civic group. 


The Brooklyn Chamber of Commerce is the leading voice of the borough's business community and one of the largest chambers in the nation.  Mr. Peers has a background in economic development and knows the neighborhood as a Marine Park resident.


In honor of St. Patrick’s Day, Irish soda bread will be available.  Attendees are advised that seats will be spaced and are requested to wear masks.  For more information: phone 917-734-2614, or email


While the event is free and open to the public, membership in the civic for 2023 may be renewed by bringing $10 dues to the meeting or sending a check (payable to Madison-Marine Civic Association) to: Elizabeth Morrissey, MMHCA, 2056 Stuart St, Brooklyn, NY 11229.


submitted by:

Elizabeth Morrissey


Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Assn.;  917-734-2614


Ed Jaworski

Exec. VP 

Madison-Marine-Homecrest Civic Assn.

718-375-9158; cell 347-661-6960

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