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 - April 17, 2016 to April 23, 2016 April 14, 2016Date SA# Location CB Area Sunday No Work 4-17-16 Monday 2 Paving Crews 4-18-16 K2015-04-07 De Kalb Ave (Broadway to Irving Ave) 04 Bushwick K2015-08-12 Pacific St (Bedford Ave to Brooklyn Ave) 08 Crown Heights K2014-13-17 Neptune Ave (Ocean Pkwy to Sheepshead Bay Rd) (Nights) 13 Coney Island 2 Milling Crews K2014-05-22 Twin […]
- 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 - School Relocation March 30, 2017Notification issued 3/30/17 at 10:47 AM. Due to power issue, staff and students of P017X@161, located at 628 Tinton Avenue in The Bronx, will relocate to P017X@298, located at 778 Forest Avenue in The Bronx. Dismissal from relocation.