Via Community Board 3, here’s a notice about a “Manhattan Nightlife Town Hall,” happening tonight (Wednesday) in Midtown. According to the Mayor’s Office of Media & Entertainment:
This listening tour is part of the Mayor’s Office of Nightlife’s public outreach as we pursue long-term solutions to ensure the vitality of New York’s nightlife. We welcome all New Yorkers to share feedback on topics such as quality of life, public safety, regulations, enforcement, and the role nightlife plays in fostering creativity and social cohesion. Our listening tour started in Brooklyn. Established earlier this year, the Office of Nightlife serves as a central point of contact between City agencies, nightlife business owners, employees, patrons, and city residents, promoting a safe and vibrant nightlife scene beneficial to businesses and communities across the five boroughs. Each listening session will be led by Ariel Palitz, Senior Executive Director of the Office of Nightlife, joined by representatives from City agencies with oversight of nightlife, to hear comments and ideas from the public.
You can RSVP here.