Since being formally established in 2016 in response to an increase in local luxury residential development, MHCC has worked diligently to include diverse perspectives in refining our understanding of local issues and developing neighborhood-focused campaigns. The vast majority of our work is carried out by volunteers and we are grateful for their engagement and commitment. Our organization is a registered 501(c)(3) nonprofit and has ongoing … Continue reading Please support our efforts through a donation
View our nine-minute video, “We Hold the High Ground,” here. Continue reading Morningside Heights Community Coalition Overview Video
We will be sharing important updates, including the results of our recent Community Survey. Your voice is needed to ensure we develop a common view of the current situation in Morningside Heights and shared priorities for protecting and improving our neighborhood. Please register here. Continue reading Please join us for an online Open Meeting to develop a shared understanding of local priorities: 1/28 at 6:30pm. Registration required, below.
Happy 2021. Lots to be hopeful for. Lots to be concerned about. Read it here. What are your thoughts on the issues facing Morningside Heights? Continue reading The Morningsider Newsletter, January: The Road Ahead
Neighbors, please join us for an Open Meeting to discuss MHCC priorities and actions this year. This Zoom meeting will take place on Thursday, 1/28 at 6:30pm. Registration links will be disseminated soon. Your views are critical, as we plan for greater impacts on several fronts in 2021. Continue reading Save the Date: Open Meeting to discuss MHCC priorities and actions in 2021 – Thursday, 1/28, 6:30pm
Here is the latest issue of our newsletter. It’s a primer (or refresher) on local community and government offices. See what you think. Our new section, “Morningside Diary” offers glimpses of local life. If you’d like to submit a piece, please let us know. Continue reading Local Politics and Governance Issue of The Morningsider
Read MHCC Board Member Robert Stern’s compelling op-ed on potential threats to the irreplaceable McGiffert Hall here. As real estate overdevelopment continues to afflict Morningside Heights, we advocate for sensible, contextual, and balanced approaches to local construction. To be blunt, what has been going on, with regard to real estate projects in our community is unacceptable and is undoubtedly harming Morningside Heights. This must be … Continue reading Saving McGiffert Hall