Johnson kicks of participatory budgeting Scrapbook

| 29 Sep 2015 | 10:30

Lower Manhattan Councilmember Corey Johnson kicked off this year’s participatory budgeting process with an event on Sept. 28 at the High Line. Johnson introduced previous recipients of participatory budgeting funds and urged residents to submit ideas. Under the participatory budgeting process, councilmembers can distribute up to $1 million in their communities, on projects voted on by neighbors. Johnson will be holding a number of assemblies on the process. To RSVP or for more information, contact Matt Green at