The City of New York is divided into fifty-nine geographic community districts, served by a local rep. body known as a Community Board. Each Community Board is composed of up to fifty unsalaried individuals who either live in or have an interest in the community, selected to serve on the board by the Borough President or local City Council representatives.
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- Brooklyn Milling & Paving Schedule - July 27, 2014 to August 2, 2014 July 24, 2014DateSA #LocationCBAreaSunday07-27-14 No Work Monday07-28-14K2014-12-13K2014-06-06K2010-15-04K2010-15-04K2010-15-05K2010-15-05K2013-01-19K2013-11-022 Paving CrewsE 8 St (18 Ave to Caton Ave)Clinton St (Hamilton Ave to Warren St)2 Milling CrewsIrwin St (Shore Blvd to Oriental Blvd)Jaffray St (Shore Blvd to Oriental Blvd)Girard St (Shore Blvd to Oriental Blvd) […]
- Saturday July 26, 2014 to Friday August 1, 2014 July 24, 2014EAST RIVER BRIDGE CROSSINGSBrooklyn BridgeDue to the Brooklyn Bridge Ramps Rehabilitation Project, several lane closures may affect motorists travelling between Manhattan and Brooklyn. Local streets may experience single lane closures as needed and Manhattan-bound lane closures continue overnight throughout the duration of the project. Any other closures, in […]
- Notify NYC - Notification July 29, 2014Notification issued 7/29/14 at 1:28 PM. Following an earlier service suspension, 2 and 5 train service has resumed in both directions between 149th Street and East 180th Street in The Bronx. Expect residual delays.