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Rally4Greystone at Greystone Sunday April 12th!
We're asking that folks space their arrival between 12noon and 1PM. It is requested that you park along Central Avenue rather than in the parking lots. Please carpool or take public transportation if you can!
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Walk to the top of Central Avenue (on the left side of the road as you face the historic building) From there you will be grouped with a volunteer and directed to the rally site.
Central Avenue is an active roadway, as is the road directly in front of the Kirkbride Building, so please stay out of the road, and do not approach the security fence around the Building.
Local jazz and blues legend Grover Kemble
Mark Moran of Poor Man's Opera
Demolition String Band
Randy Lee Weatherell
Speakers will include
Rev. Peg Mesinger- Greystone's Head Chaplain from 1975 - 2000
Jonathon Nelson, and members of the Parsippany town Council
Kevin Scollans, Denville Councilman
Phil Buehler, author of "Woody Guthrie's Wardy Forty" the story of Woody's five years as a resident of Greystone
John Huebner - President of Preserve Greystone
Anthony Stramaglia, whose efforts to preserve the Worldport air terminal have followed an eerily similar trajectory to the Greystone story
Lewis Stone, an authority on bonds, who has studied the bond issue for Greystone's demolition.
Jonathon Cloud, whose re-devlopment group offered the State $120M in private investment money to re-purpose the Kirkbride Building
We'll end the rally with a march.
We ask that you be respectful of others using the park at all times, obey the park's rules, and cooperate fully with Preserve Greystone volunteers and police.
See you soon!