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Re: Public Benches?Jul 10, 2017

I'm a member of a coop board in Woodside, Queens. We're currently viewing a proposal to beautify the area that sits under our building's awening, which is accessible from the sidewalk. The proposal includes placing seating in this area. It's intended for building residents but would be accesible to any member of the public. Has anyone had experiences with such a feature? Has it created more foot traffic from non residents? Been an asset? I would appreciate hearing your thoughts.


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