Sunday, Nov. 1, 2009


Line jumpers

Crossing party lines, three Democratic Brooklyn City Councilmembers last week endorsed Mike Bloomberg for mayor over Democratic challenger William Thompson. Comment

New York City Now Has Its Own Billy’s Law

Four years after New York State passed legislation to mandate oversight and accountability when developmentally disabled youngsters are sent out of state for education and treatment, the city has enacted its own legislation meant to protect some of its most vulnerable citizens. Comment

East Flatbush streets plagued with violent crime

By Stephen Witt Comment

CB18 wishes for survival

High on Community Board 18’s list of items it wants the city to address in next fiscal year’s budget is something close to its heart — its own existence. Comment

Board Sets Budget Priorities for Next Fiscal Year

For those who have attended Community Board 10 budget hearings over the years, the board’s choice of priorities will come as no surprise. Comment

Tuesday, Oct. 27, 2009


First Public Hearing for Newtown Creek

The Newtown Creek Alliance has invited the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) to address their recent Superfund recommendation for Newtown Creek, one of the state’s most polluted estuaries. Comment

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