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Thanks to everyone who came out and made our block party a success, with special shout outs to the organizers, BBQ grillers, face-painters, game-organizers, raffle-ticket-sellers, street-cleaners, Millie & Ed Barreto, Brad White of Primerica and DJ Felix!
Thanks to the following businesses and organizations for their generous donations!
Ample Hills Creamery
Beast Tapas Bar, Restaurant, Lounge
Cataldo’s Restaurant & Pizzeria
Christie’s Jamaican Patties
Dubai Mini Mart
FDNY Engine Co. 219 & Ladder Co. 105
Kaz An Nou French Caribbean Restaurant
Tracy Collins Photography
Please note the meeting location has changed. Please be prompt. The meeting will end on schedule.
ADDRESSING THE RODENT PROBLEM
Time: Thursday, June 23rd, 6 to 7 pm
Place: Soapbox Gallery, 636 Dean Street between Carlton and Vanderbilt
Sponsors: Council Member Letitia James, Dean Street Block Association
Invited: NYC Department of Health, NYC Department of Sanitation, Empire State Development Corporation, Forest City Ratner Corporation
Subject: Areas of our neighborhood currently are engaged in a battle with rats. http://www.atlanticyardswatch.net/node/66 At this meeting we will review sources of the problem and develop a strategy to address them.
Dean Street Block Party
Saturday, June 25, Noon – 6PM
Invite your family and friends! Bring out your lawn chairs, grills, coolers, frisbees, footballs and games! The block will be closed to traffic so we can enjoy the space!
There will be a firehouse and ambulance tour for the kids, as well as games and always popular face painting!
DJ Felix will be providing the music. Work on your moves for the dance contest!
Local stores and restaurants are generously donating food or funds. Thank you! (I’ll give them a proper shout-out when I know the full list)
We have lots of great donations for our raffle so far, including many from local restaurants. Tickets are only $1.
NOTE: There will be NO PARKING on Dean Street between 6th & Carlton Avenues during our block party.
More information? Want to help?
Please contact Rhona Hetsrony, 516-509-3890 or firstname.lastname@example.org
See you Saturday!
It’s been more than a year since Atlantic Yards broke ground, and more than four years since the project was approved. Now construction may take 25 years or longer. Promised jobs and affordable housing haven’t materialized, while hundreds of millions of tax payer dollars have been spent already.
Join the BrooklynSpeaks sponsors , Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries, State Senator Velmanette Montgomery and other local elected officials Saturday, June 11, 2011 at 2:00PM at Atlantic Terrace for a community forum on real reform of Atlantic Yards oversight. Find out what community organizations and local legislators are doing to make Forest City Ratner and the Empire State Development Corporation accountable to Brooklyn and to New York City.
This is the second episode in a series of one-minute, casual, interviews with people who live and work in the neighborhood of the Dean Street Block Association (DSBA), 6th to Vanderbilt Avenues, in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, New York. This episode is an interview with Doug, a 17-year resident of Dean Street.
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Yes, I know this episode is much longer than one minute (the entire conversation was about 10 minutes). Rules are meant to be broken, right?
Do you live or work in the area? Would you like to add about 60 seconds of your voice to the conversation? If so, contact me at tc[at]3c[dot]com.
This is the first in a series of one-minute casual interviews with people who live and work in the neighborhood of the Dean Street Block Association (DSBA), 6th to Vanderbilt Avenues, in Prospect Heights, Brooklyn, New York.
This first episode is an interview with Abdul, one of the owners of the Dubai Mini Mart at 486 Dean Street at 6th Avenue. The store sits diagonally across from the southeast corner of the under-construction Barclays Center of the Atlantic Yards project.
Do you live or work in the area? Would you like to add about 60 seconds of your voice to the conversation? If so, contact me at tc[at]threeCeeMedia[dot]com.