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Vegetarian/Vegan Lasgana Dinner

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

6:00 PM Dinner • 7:00 Presentation

Dan Van Riper

from albanyweblog.com

will speak about

The Proposed Sewage Treatment
Plant in Lincoln Park 

The City of Albany is proposing to put an automated sewage treatment plant in Lincoln Park, ruining the ravine in the park that was once a tourist attraction. The plant, officially known as the Beaver Creek Screening and Disinfection Facility will cost $45 million.

Dan will discuss how the proposed plant will work, the location of the plant, how this will affect the Hudson River, the issue of the combined sewage and storm water overflow. He will show photos of the park and postcards of what the ravine and park looked like 100 years ago. Dan has published many articles on his blog, albanyweblog.com, regarding sewer issues in Albany and the Big C pipe.

At the Westminster Presbyterian Church, 85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY (people with cars can park in the lot near the door). All-you-can-eat lasagna dinner, with vegetarian, vegan and gluten-free options, salad, garlic bread and delicious desserts. Only $12 for adults, $6 for students, and $2 for children. People who make reservations are served first. For reservations, please leave a message for Rezsin Adams at 462-0891 or email pinebush@mac.com.

at Westminster Presbyterian Church
85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY

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Mark Your Calendars!

Next Lasagna Dinners in 2018:

Westminster Presbyterian Church, 85 Chestnut Street, Albany, NY

Wednesday, March 21, 2018

Wednesday, April 18, 2018

Wednesday, May 16, 2018

Wednesday, June 20, 2018



For reservations, please email


This page last modified May 13, 2018
Contact Save the Pine Bush at pinebush@aol.com.