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About DDDB
Our coalition consists of 21 community organizations and there are 51 community organizations formally aligned in opposition to the Ratner plan.

DDDB is a volunteer-run organization. We have over 5,000 subscribers to our email newsletter, and 7,000 petition signers. Over 800 volunteers have registered with DDDB to form our various teams, task-forces and committees and we have over 150 block captains. We have a 20 person volunteer legal team of local lawyers supplementing our retained attorneys.

We are funded entirely by individual donations from the community at large and through various fundraising events we and supporters have organized.

We have the financial support of well over 3,500 individual donors.

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"Why should people get to see plans? This isn't a public project."
Bruce Ratner in Crain's Nov. 8, 2009

Thank You For Making Walkathon 4 a Great Success!

Walk Don't Destroy 4, Develop Don't Destroy Brooklyn's 4th Annual Walkathon fundraiser for the legal fight against Bruce Ratner's Atlantic Yards project took place last night and it was a great success. Thank you to all of those who walked and raised funds, and thank you to their sponsors. Thank you to all the musicians who showed up to put the walk to music, and a big thank you to all the volunteers who helped organize the event.

Your participation helped raise $45,000 for the ongoing legal fight against Atlantic Yards! Thank you!

Thank you to the police officers who helped the raucous night time, candlelight walk through busy streets, sidewalks and intersection run smootly without a hitch.

Also, a VERY BIG THANK YOU to The Atomic Grind Show for their fantastic performance at the after party.
And a big Brooklyn THANK YOU to DJ Delphine Blue for spinning her box of tunes at the after party.

More Great Walkathon Photos from:
> NoLandGrab
> Jonathan Barkey
> Adrian Kinloch

We also woud like to thank the local businesses and business people who donated their specialities and services to the event:

Thank you to Bob Law and Bob Law's Seafood Cafe for hosting the walk registration in the front yard.
Bob Law's Seafood Cafe
637 Vanderbilt Ave. (nr. Prospect Pl.)

Special thanks to the new Mercado Social for providing the great food for the Walkathon after party at the Brooklyn Lyceum.
Mercado Social
669 Union Street, corner of 4th Avenue
(formally Maria’s Bistro)

Thank you for the donated sweets from local favorites:

Erica’s Rugelach &Baking Company

Cousin John's
70 7th Ave. (between Berkeley Pl and Lincoln Pl.)

Trois Pommes Patisserie
260 Fifth Ave.

Thank you for the crepes from Le Gamin Cafe's crepe truck:
Le Gamin Café
556 Vanderbilt Ave.

And a big thank you to the following businesses for donating Gift Certificates as rewards to our top Walkathon fundraisers:

Gnarley Vines
350 Myrtle Ave (between Carlton Ave and Adelphi Street)

The Greene Grape
765 Fulton Street (between South Oxford Street and South Portland Ave)

Olea Mediterranean Taverna
171 Lafayette Ave (corner of Adelphi Street)

Chez Oskar French Bistro
211 Dekalb Avenue (corner of Adelphi Street)

Night of the Cookers
767 Fulton Street ( between South Oxford and South Portland)
phone (718) 797-1197

Providence Day Spa
329 Atlantic Avenue

Massage Therapy by Stana Weisburd, LMT

Posted: 10.19.08
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Eminent Domain Case
Goldstein et al v. ESDC
[All case files]

November 24, 2009
Court of Appeals

[See ownership map]

EIS Lawsuit

DDDB et al v ESDC et al
Click for a summary of the lawsuit seeking to annul the review and approval the Atlantic Yards project.

Appeal briefs are here.

Appellate Divsion
Rules for ESDC
What would Atlantic Yards Look like?...
Photo Simulations
Before and After views from around the project footprint revealing the massive scale of the proposed luxury apartment and sports complex.

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