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Tell Trammell Crow: Back Off Taylor Yard

Trammel Crow has until June 30 2012 to decide whether to move forward with their purchase option. 

Tuesday, January 31: The River Project and NRDC convened a well attended meeting of community members and organizations to discuss Trammell Crow's interest at Taylor Yard with Bradley Cox of Trammell Crow.

Organizations represented included: Anahuak Youth Sports Association, Arroyo Arts Collective, Arroyo Seco Journal, ASNC Neighborhood Council, California State Parks Foundation, Citizens Committee to Save Elysian Park, Echo Park Improvement Association, Elysian Valley Riverside NC, Friends of Cypress Park Community Improvement Assn., Friends of the Los Angeles River, Glassell Park Improvement Association, Glassell Park NC, Greater Cypress Park NC, Greater Echo Park Elysian NC, Heal the Bay, Highland Park Chamber of Commerce, KCET, LA County Regional Planning, Latino Diabetes Association, Mt. Washington Association, North East Trees, Office of Assemblymenber Gil Cedillo, Office of Councilmember Eric Garcetti, Silverlake Reservoir Conservancy, The City Project, The Pinyon Group, TreePeople, and the Wetlands Defense Fund.

Read notes from the meeting here.

Review The River Project's presentation here.