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 - December 14, 2014 to December 20, 2014 December 12, 2014DateSA #LocationCBAreaSunday12-14-14 No Work Monday12-15-14K2011-17-07K2014-07-12K2013-18-06K2012-07-072 Paving CrewsE 91 St (East New York Ave to Kings Highway)Terrace Pl (18 St to Prospect Park Southwest)E 34 St (Kings Highway to Ave U)16 St (3 Ave to Prospect Park West)17071807Remsen VillageWindsor TerraceMarine ParkPark SlopeTuesday12-16-14K2014-07-12K2 […]
- Saturday December 13, 2014 to Friday December 19, 2014 December 12, 2014Gridlock Alert Dates for 2014 are as followsFriday 12/12, Wednesday 12/17, Thursday 12/18, and Friday 12/19.Motorists are urged to use mass transit.East 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 experienc […]
- Notify NYC - Mass Transit Disruption July 30, 2015Notification issued 7/30/15 at 1:56 AM. Due to signal problems, 4 train service is suspended between 86th Street, Manhattan and 149th Street, Bronx in both directions. Consider alternate routes and allow for additional travel time.