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Community Development Committee, Wednesday, February 17th
An update about our efforts related to HPD’s proposed developments. Plus what goals should NPHA have for new developments, our quality of life, our streets? How can we address them? Are you a tenant concerned about your lease or your landlord?
All NPHA members are welcome.
COMMUNITY DEVELOPMENT COMMITTEE MEETING
DATE: Wednesday, February 17th @ 7:30 PM
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NPHA’s annual meeting Monday, Feb. 22nd
Please join us for our virtual meeting in February. We’ll be holding board elections and discussing our efforts over the last year.
Our bylaws make room for our Board, which currently has nine members, to have fifteen. NPHA’s goal is to bring together new and long-time residents of Prospect Heights including both property owners and tenants. We’d love to hear your voice on our board. If you are interested in joining, please let us know!
NPHA ANNUAL MEETING
DATE: Monday, February 22nd @ 7:30 PM
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From our North Flatbush Avenue Business Improvement District neighbors:
We encourage you to take this opportunity to show some love for North Flatbush Avenue businesses! Here’s how you can participate:
Write an acknowledgement of your favorite North Flatbush Avenue business (Flatbush Avenue from Atlantic to Grand Army Plaza and adjacent triangle intersections), and tag @northflatbushbk and with the hashtag #SmallBusinessSweetie. This can be:A screen-shot of a positive review you’ve left on Google, Yelp, Seamless, etcA selfie inside (or outside) the businessA photo of one of your favorite products. Be sure to tag @northflatbushbk and include the hashtag #SmallBusinessSweetie ! Twice a week NFBID will pick a random participant to receive a $25 gift certificate to that small business, courtesy of North Flatbush Avenue BID.
Your North Flatbush Avenue Neighbors Need You Now!
No doubt many of you heard about the recent travesty that impacted our neighbors at 71-73 Saint Marks Avenue/ 267 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn New York. A fire tore through the upper floors of the building displacing residents of nine apartments and causing intense damage to the building and ground floor business, Morgan’s Brooklyn BBQ. We are assured to know that there were no injuries or fatalities. But there are people that are hurting and could use our support.
The Executive Committee of the North Flatbush Avenue BID Board of Directors has recently approved the creation of an Emergency Support Fund and to be stewards of this fundraising opportunity. The intention of this fund is to aid:completely or partially furloughed employees of Morgan’s Brooklyn BBQany of the nine 71//73 Saint Marks Avenue Flatbush Avenue households that identify as in need of assistance.Click HERE to make a contribution!