March 15, 2006: We’ve Gotta Talk..

Tonight CUNY hosts a debate on the outcome of Kelo v. City of New London, the recent eminent domain ruling handed down by the Supreme Court.

Tomorrow night the Governors Island Preservation & Education Corporation holds a public meeting on the future of Governor’s Island, while the League of Women Voters hosts a forum on how NYC government works, and Eric Schneiderman discusses a legislative road map for New York democrats.

Also tomorrow evening, Brooklyn libertarians meet up to talk.

—Nicole Brydson

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