What is the Community Advisory Group (CAG)?

As part of the Solid Waste Management Plan, four Community Advisory Groups (CAGs) were established in the respective Community Districts that will host Converted Marine Transfer Stations (MTS). The CAG was established in 2007 to advise the Mayor and other elected officials on community-related concerns regarding the development, construction and operation of the respective Converted Marine Transfer Stations (MTS).

The E. 91st Street MTS CAG meets regularly with representatives from the Department of Sanitation and other City agencies involved in the construction and future operation of the MTS.

Who are CAG’s members?

The E. 91st Street MTS Community Advisory Group (CAG) is made up of ten members: four appointed by the Mayor, three appointed by Manhattan Borough President, and three appointed by the local Council Member. Current members include: Community Members at large, Environmental Justice organization We Act, Pledge 2 Protect, Community Board 8, Civitas, Upper Green Side, Asphalt Green, Elected Officials and their staff.

Pledge 2 Protect and CAG

As always, Pledge 2 Protect remains committed to the broader community and will continue to be transparent and timely about the discussions and progress with the City. That is why this page will be dedicated to supplying the best available information and resources regarding the E. 91st Street MTS, including CAG detailed meeting minutes, released documentation presented by the City regarding construction timelines, drawings, plans and other materials.

CAG Meeting Documentation and Resources

Latest meeting was on Tuesday, September 20th. Relevant docs will be posted when received.

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