The public hearing over the future of the Muller Army Center in Wakefield took place last night, at P.S. 21 on 225th Street.
BxNN reporter Alex Kratz was there and will post a more detailed account later, but he said the majority of those who attended-a strong showing of Wakefield and Woodlawn residents, and many members of the Northwest Bronx Community and Clergy Coalition-are against the city's plan to fill the building with a homeless shelter, and support the idea of moving the National Guard from an annex at the Kingsbridge Armory into the Wakefield site to free up school space (you can read some more background in yesterday's news roundup).
Kratz said that Father Richard Gorman of CB 12 got the crowd going with an impassioned speech that took several hilarious digs at Mayor Bloomberg. Borough President Ruben Diaz, Jr., who sits on a panel overseeing the building's redevelopment, also testified-you can read his full statement in the document below.