Tuesday, February 12, 2013

Community Forum About LICH on Thursday, Feb. 14 in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn

Photo: MK Metz
Senator Daniel Squadron's office reminds us that a Community Forum about LICH will take place on Thursday, Feb. 14th from 6 - 8 p.m. at the Kane Street Synagogue at 263 Kane Street (between Court and Clinton) in Cobble Hill, Brooklyn.

The meeting will center on how the community can work together to save the hospital, said to be worth more dead than alive to SUNY Downstate.

This forum is sponsored by the Cobble Hill Association, Brooklyn Heights Association, Carroll Garden Association, Kane Street Synagogue, New York State Nurses Association, and 1199 SEIU.

For more information contact Michelle Green at 718-714-8863 or michelle.green@nysna.org.

Previous posts about LICH:

- Broken Hearts: Brooklyn's LICH Closing
- SUNY's Hearing on Killing Off LICH: Real Estate, Fraud, and Politics
- What's Happening with the LICH Closing Thursday and Friday
- Brooklyn's LICH Is Closing -- UPDATED
- Will LICH Be Taken Private? Cuomo's Budget Calls for Brooklyn's First 'For-Profit' Hospital 
- Brooklyn's LICH On the Verge of Closing - Endowment Drained?
- Unexpected: Head of Brooklyn's LICH Stepping Down
- Donald and Mildred: We're Sorry About Losing All Your Money, and the Hospital, Too
Gov. Paterson Announced LICH /SUNY Deal in Brooklyn Today 
- Insurance Trouble at Brooklyn's LICH 
- Petition to Save LICH
- Sucking Long Island Collage Hospital Dry?
- Long Island College Hospital In Big Trouble

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