CityLand is Ten Years Old & Counting!

Cityland's First Edition in October 2014.

Cityland’s First Edition, October 15, 2014.

Dear Loyal Readers:

As we are now in the season of giving, I ask you to consider making a gift to the Center for New York City Law to keep our CityLand publication free and growing!

For 10 years CityLand has served as an open and transparent window on land use process in New York City government. Since CityLand became a completely free online publication in 2012, our monthly readership has continued to steadily grow and our content has increased, utilizing many technological advantages to report information.

By continuing to support New York Law School’s civic programs such as CityLand, you are helping to make New York City government open and accessible. New York Law School is “New York’s Law School.” No other law school is so committed to assisting the City and its citizens.

In order to do this, I hope that you will honor the Center for New York City Law and New York Law School by financially supporting these broad community efforts. The pride of any school is its supporters, and your contribution will insure that New York Law School’s programs thrive and grow.

Contributors to the Center for New York City Law at the $500 Silver Level will be listed as a Sponsor in Center publications and receive free admissions to all Center CLE programs in 2015, including our March 2015 Land Use CLE. Sponsors at the $1,000 Gold Level will receive, in addition, free one year 2015 subscriptions to the Center’s CityLaw and CityRegs publications. Smaller donations are also greatly appreciated and all donors at any level will be recognized in the Center’s annual Donor Role, and your names will be added to the contribution page on CityLand.

Become a sponsor today!

To become a sponsor please visit our Center’s Donation page at the link below or call Brian Kaszuba, Associate Director at 212-431-2817.

Center for New York City Law Donation Page

Thank you,

Ross Sandler

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