The historical Snug Harbor campus on Staten Island has enough money for several new projects, including a visitors’ center with a café and an educational facility at the Staten Island Museum, thanks to an infusion of cash from the city.
The projects at the Snug Harbor Cultural Center & Botanical Garden will be completed with funding of $11.1 million from the capital budget of the Department of Cultural Affairs.
The City Council’s approved budget of $230 million for the city’s arts organizations was $72 million higher than the amount proposed earlier this spring. The new total was up from $209.9 million in 2020, when early pandemic-related budget worries
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