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Nik Thak Mon, 01/2/17 - 21:08 I'm a member of the Fort Greene Tennis Association, a volunteer group that works to improve the courts and organize tennis events at Ft. Greene Park, in Brooklyn. I support lowering the adult tennis permit fee from $200 to $100. I believe city will gain revenue from more players buying permits. I also support using the Parks Department website for sale of permits, single-play tickets and reservations which should also help increase revenue. I believe these changes will let more New Yorkers enjoy the game.

Amadou Diallo Tue, 01/3/17 - 8:56 I strongly support lowering the adult tennis permit fee from $200 to $100. As a member of the Fort Greene Tennis Association, a volunteer group that works to improve the courts and organize tennis events at Ft. Greene Park, I believe creating more access to public courts is crucial to maintaining a vibrant and diverse community. I also support using the Parks Department website for sale of permits, single-play tickets and reservations. The city needs fewer barriers, not more, to outlets for physical activity.

Karen Ruenitz Tue, 01/3/17 - 22:06 I am a member of Fort Greene Tennis Associate and I support the lowering of tennis permit fees to $100 so that more people have access to the public courts.

Jerome Aaron Mon, 01/16/17 - 10:24 I'm a member of The Fort Greene Tennis Association, and I strongly support the tennis fee change to $100. People will be able to participate in this great sport which can also lead to more exercise and more social interaction. We need stress reduction in NYC. Jerome Aaron