Today, November 2nd, we went to take a final look at the Farragut Houses. Besides our own observations, we had the opportunity to talk to a NYCHA representative. We were able to ask questions and listen to her comments. We were allowed to enter the lobby of one of the buildings.
The lobby had postings with a plethora of activities offered to the children who live in these projects. They were offered karate classes, after school activities, lab tutoring, dancing, English as a Second Language (ESL) classes, and lots of other activities.
The site visit was fruitful indeed. We took new pictures and draw new sketches. We were informed by Ms. Cyriaca Decailei, the NYCHA representative that the buildings require lots of repairing. This site visit was overall the most informative of all.