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CHPC New York

51st Annual Luncheon 2010

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On April 15, 2010, CHPC held its 51st Annual Luncheon, attracting more than 800 leaders in housing, planning, finance, and government. The Luncheon theme, TRANSFORMATION & RENEWAL, was about facing the challenges ahead while remembering all that we have overcome. From being symbols of urban decay, many of our neighborhoods have – through the efforts of those that we welcomed to the Luncheon – been rebuilt and transformed into thriving communities.

This year, CHPC was delighted to offer a Special Service Award to Mrs. Ruth Dickler for her lifetime of service to the work of CHPC. We presented our Impact Award for Excellence in Housing to Michael Schill, the founding director of NYU’s Furman Center, and the Impact Award for Excellence in Planning to Stephen Ross for his tireless work as Chairman, CEO, & Founder of The Related Companies.

We were pleased to present the Roger Starr Public Service Award to Rafael Cestero for his service to New York. The recipient of our Ibo Balton Community Planner Award was Joan Tally, Senior Vice President at the New York City Housing Development Corporation. And John Rhea, Chairman of the New York City Housing Authority delivered special remarks. Finally, The Honorable Michael A. Nutter, the Mayor of the City of Philadephia gave an inspirational keynote speech about the challenges and the progress acheived in his city in recent years.

The Luncheon also featured special performances by the Highbridge Voices children’s choir.

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Welcome to the CHPC Annual Luncheon by Marvin Markus and Jerilyn Perine

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Performance by Highbridge Voices, a children’s choir from the South Bronx

Thanks to the Estate of Marian Naumburg by Mark Ginsberg

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Special Service Award to Ruth Dickler
Presented by Mark Ginsberg and Marvin Markus
Music by Highbridge Voices

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Ibo Balton Community Planner Award to Joan Tally
Presented by Lucille McEwen, Robert Ezrapour and Ron Moelis

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Roger Starr Public Service Award to Rafael Cestero
Presented by Alicia Glen, Part1

Roger Starr Public Service Award to Rafael Cestero
Presented by Alicia Glen, Part2

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Impact Award for Excellence in Housing to Michael Schill
Presented by Jerilyn Perine and Sarah Gereke

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Impact Award for Excellence in Planning to Stephen M. Ross
Presented by Alan Weiner

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Special Remarks by John Rhea

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Keynote Speech by Honorable Michael A. Nutter, Mayor of Philadelphia
Presented by George McDonald, Part1

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Keynote Speech by Honorable Michael A. Nutter, Part2

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Keynote Speech by Honorable Michael A. Nutter, Part3


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