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On behalf of Senator Eric Adams

From the Desk of Senator Eric Adams As you might have heard, Democratic Majority Conference Leader John Sampson and I have enthusiastically endorsed Eric Schneiderman for New York State Attorney General. This was an easy decision to make because we have partnered with Eric for years on many major issues affecting our community. As a [...]

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Filed under: Elections — admin, August 26, 2010 @ 4:06 am

News from Council Member Albert Vann

NEWS from COUNCIL MEMBER ALBERT VANN 36th Council District, Bedford-Stuyvesant and Crown Heights District Office: 613-619 Throop Avenue | Brooklyn, NY 11216 | (718) 919-0740/1 City Hall Office: 250 Broadway, Room 1743 | New York, NY 10007 | (212) 788-7354 *** Community E-Newsletter Special Notice: Long Term Construction Closure on the Brooklyn Bridge NYC Department [...]

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Filed under: Community Newsletters — admin, @ 3:48 am

On behalf of Velmanette Montgomery

You are invited to Meet and Greet  with your State Senator, Velmanette Montgomery on September 9,2010 @ House of Art ,Located at 373 Lewis Avenue/corner Macon St. The time is 7pm-8pm This invitation does not in any way suggest that the Block Association has made a choice for everyone, but I was asked if I [...]

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Filed under: Elections — admin, August 23, 2010 @ 4:40 pm

Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation

From the Bedford Stuyvesant Restoration Corporation: Dear Friends & Supporters, We would like to know what you think about our eNewsletter and website and how you use our online media. We would really appreciate it if you would take a few minutes to fill out the following questions. Click here to participate in the survey. [...]

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Filed under: Restoration,Uncategorized — admin, @ 4:35 pm

Brownstone Saved from the Wrecking Ball

July 31 Mrs. Connie Prince threw a party at Bee and Eddy Atwell to thank her neighbors for rallying to her support when the DOB prematurely decided to take her beautiful MacDonough St. building down. The neighbors tireless support proved successful. The decision was rescinded and her lovely brownstone and front garden were saved from [...]

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Filed under: Saving Our Brownstones — admin, August 18, 2010 @ 11:08 pm

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