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 - October 19, 2014 to October 25, 2014 October 16, 2014DateSA #LocationCBAreaSunday10-19-14 No Work Monday10-20-14K2013-18-02K2008-18-13K2014-18-04K2014-18-01K2014-10-042 Paving CrewsAve J (Nostrand Ave to Albany Ave)E 85 St (Foster Ave to Seaview Ave)Ave L (Utica Ave to E 41 St)2 Milling CrewsAve K (Troy Ave to Flatlands Ave)Shore Rd (87 St to 4 Ave)1818181810East FlatbushPaerdegat BasinFlatlandsFlatlandsBay R […]
- Saturday October 18, 2014 to Friday October 24, 2014 October 16, 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 […]
- Silver Alert - Manuel DeJesus M/H/70 (CW) October 20, 2014Silver Alert issued on 10/20/14 at 2:30 AM. NYPD has issued a Silver Alert for the disappearance of Manuel DeJesus, a 70-year-old Hispanic male with dementia, from the area of Highland Place and Ridgewood Avenue in Brooklyn. Mr. DeJesus was last seen wearing grey pants, a grey sweater, black shoes, and a black baseball cap. He is described as being 5'5 […]