Mill–Marine Courier & Canarsie Digest

Tuesday, March 15, 2011

Mill–Marine Courier

Beach bodies battle over bike lane

Bike lanes along Oriental Boulevard are in the crosshairs of two famously combative Manhattan Beach civic groups and — guess what? — they can’t agree on how to get rid of the routes. Comment.

Monday, March 14, 2011

Canarsie

Charter chaffe: PS 114 stakeholders declare victory; worry about charter school coming in

Stakeholders in PS 114 say they won a “partial victory” in keeping their beloved Remsen Avenue school open — but some are angry over the fact that the school will now have to share space with a charter school. Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

Man shot in E. 51st Street parking lot

Shot in car Comment.
Canarsie

Shot outside Bayview Houses

Poppin off Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

Beach bodies battle over bike lane

Bike lanes along Oriental Boulevard are in the crosshairs of two famously combative Manhattan Beach civic groups and — guess what? — they can’t agree on how to get rid of the routes. Comment.
Canarsie

Barron: de Blasio turned PS 114 into a political football

Councilman Charles Barron wants to school Public Advocate Bill DeBlasio in political etiquette. Comment.
Mill–Marine Courier

Marine Park JHS battle continue

The city says it’s scrapping plans to put an elementary school inside Marine Park JHS, and parents are cheering their third victory in a fight to keep an autonomous school out of the building — but are wondering if the city will ever install what they want there: a program for autistic students. Comment.

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