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Mill–Marine Courier & Canarsie Digest

Sunday, Feb. 28, 2010

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Plaza pugilist busted

Plaza pugilist busted Comment.

Sneaking in

Sneaking in Comment.

Fight to prevent medical waste transfer station from opening reaches new stage

Local activists are bracing for the next battle in their effort to keep a medical waste transfer station out of Canarsie. Comment.

Poor conditions haunt Canarsie Cemetery

If those interred in the Canarsie Cemetery stepped out of their graves and looked at the deplorable condition the historic boneyard’s been left in, they’d keel over and die all over again. Comment.

Federalization of Bay View in view

A big change could be coming to Bay View Houses. Comment.

Drug collar earns Canarsie officers cop of the month honors

Two Canarsie crime fighters have been honored as cops of the month by the 69th Precinct Community Council. Comment.

Crime remains higher in nabe

Crime continues to remain above 2009 levels in Canarsie. Comment.

Monday, Feb. 22, 2010


$12G offered for missing boy

$12G offered for missing boy Comment.

Benefits of Belt Bridge project extolled for local residents

Canarsiens can look forward to better visibility and wider lanes on the Belt Parkway, thanks to the current roadway project being undertaken by the city’s Department of Transportation (DOT). Comment.

Drawing battle lines to save summer jobs program for area youth

The city’s summer jobs program is under the budget axe, again. Comment.

Increase in burglaries has Canarsie cops alerting residents

Canarsie police are warning area residents about a spike in burglaries in one section of the neighborhood. Comment.

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