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Dean Street Block Association invites you to meet with Council Member Laurie Cumbo.
WHEN: Monday, October 17th, 7:00 to 9:00 PM
PLACE: 634 Dean Street (Terra CRG)
We are hosting this meeting specifically for those who live or work near Atlantic Yards/Pacific Park. The focus will be on the new school planned for Dean Street, 6th Avenue and Pacific Streets as well as on quality of life and safety issues.
Please come to share your ideas and concerns. And bring your neighbors! Children are welcome.
Hope everyone has a wonderful Rosh Hashanah from the DSBA
Bring a blanket and enjoy movies under the stars.
Time: Saturday, Aug. 20th from 8:30 to 11:30 pm
Place: Astroturf in Dean Playground
This event is FREE for all. Bring your family and friends. Frank’s popcorn and ice tea will also be available free.
Attached to this email is the Notice of Public Scoping for a Draft Supplemental Environmental Impact Statement. A public scoping meeting has been scheduled to obtain comments on the draft scope of work for the DSEIS.
The meeting will be held on February 27, 2013 from 5:00 P.M. to 8:00 P.M. at St. Francis College, Founders Hall, 182 Remsen Street, Brooklyn, New York. [map]
Copies of the draft scope of analysis may be obtained from ESD’s Web site, www.esd.ny.gov/AtlanticYards, or may be requested through the contact information provided below. Comments on the draft scope of work may be presented by members of the public or any interested party at the public scoping meeting or submitted in writing to: Empire State Development (Attn: Atlantic Yards), 633 Third Avenue, 37th floor, New York, NY 10017, email@example.com. Written comments will be accepted until 5:00 P.M. on March 14, 2013.
Please feel free to reach out to me if you have any questions and thank you for your continued interest in the Atlantic Yards Project.
Derek Lynch | Manager, Atlantic Yards Project
Empire State Development
(646) 581-6092: Cell
(212 803-3736: Office
Park Slope was incredibly fortunate during Hurricane Sandy. Most of us were able to stay in our homes with electricity, heat and cable. While there was some damage, it was minimal compared to much of New York City and the surrounding region. But not all of the police officers who work hard to protect our neighborhood were so lucky.
Five officers from the 78 Precinct and their families lost their homes and all their possessions to Sandy’s wrath. Many others lost power, but have left their families in the dark and cold to come to Park Slope and keep us safe. One of the officers who lost their home was working Monday night when he received the call that his wife and three month old baby daughter were trapped in their home and the water was rising. During their frantic phone calls his wife said she wanted him to know that, if the worst happened, she loved him. He waited hours to hear that his family had been rescued and taken to safety. Another officer has to drive across a bridge to get cell service to contact the precinct. With his gas tank running low he is not sure how much longer he will be able to call in.
We ask a lot of the police officers in our precinct, now the 78 Precinct Community Council is asking you to help our cops. The Council has set up a relief fund to help the homeless officers with immediate basic necessities including clothes and toiletries as well as future needs as the families rebuild their lives. Donations can be made payable to the:
78th Pct Community Council Relief Fund
c/o 78 Precinct Community Council
65 Sixth Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11217
If you would prefer, you can drop off toiletries, gifts cards, etc at the 78 Precinct. The affected families consist of 10 adults (5 men, 5 women), a teenage boy and a 3 month old girl.
Held every 3rd Monday of the month except holidays
Invited guest: Representative from the 78th Precinct
TIME: Monday, October 22, 7:30 – 9:00 pm
PLACE: 638 Dean Street between Carlton & Vanderbilt Avenues
- Alternative parking regulations now to be enforced on Dean Street between 6th Avenue and Carlton Avenue
- Potential solutions for black limo standing and idling
- Barclays Center impacts
- Dean Playground issues
- Beautification and tree bed guards
- Potential development in neighborhood: 215 Flatbush Avenue, 594 Dean Street and Atlantic Yards
EVERYONE IS WELCOME