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Columbus Ave Bike Lane Merchants' Survey

Columbus Ave Bike Lane Merchants' Survey

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ACKNOWLEDGEMENTS
The Columbus Avenue Working Group members wish to thank the following:Borough President Stringer thanks his staff that helped develop the questionnaire, gathermerchant feedback and write this report, in particular, Suzanne Jimenez (Community Liaison)and Stephen Corson (Deputy Director of Policy and Research). The Borough President alsorecognizes important contributions to this report made by: Alaina Gilligo (Chief of Staff), JessicaSilver (Director of Community Affairs and Constituent Services), David Saltonstall (Director of Policy), Shaan Khan (Senior Advisor and Director of Digital Strategies), Caesar Alfano (GraphicArtist), Kristen Ellis (Community Liaison), Sandy Myers (Community Liaison), and AlecSchierenbeck (Community Liaison).State Senator Duane thanks Jared Chausow (Legislative Aide) for assisting in editing this reportand participating in working group meetings.Assembly Member Rosenthal thanks Rachel Stein (Community Liaison) for participating inworking group meetings and helping in editing this report.Council Member Brewer thanks Jesse Bodine (Director of Constituent Services and Policy) forcollecting merchant feedback, assisting with editing this report and providing invaluable inputfor recommendations.Upper West Side Street Renaissance thanks Tila Duhaime (Community Organizer) and LisaSladkus (Community Organizer) for their expertise and institutional knowledge of the streetredesign, useful advice on developing the questionnaire, insight in cultivating recommendationsand participating in the working group meetings.Manhattan Community Board 7 thanks Mel Wymore (Chair) and Penny Ryan (District Manager)for convening the working group, offering important feedback on merchant responses,formulating recommendations, coordinating meetings, and liaising with city agencies.The Columbus Avenue Working Group would also like to recognize the important contributionsmade by: Peter Arndtsen (Executive Director, Columbus/Amsterdam BID), George Beane(Commercial Property Owner), Andrew Fisher (Owner, Royal Opticians), and Anna Flossos(Owner, Jackson Hole, Soup Stop).

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