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Public Forum on New Mount Sinai Beth Israel

Mount Sinai will be giving the public an update on the development of the New Mount Sinai Beth Israel.  The forum will take place at Baruch College on Wednesday October 16th at 6:30pm.  Details at this link! Read More

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Looking Back (and listening!) to Tin Pan Alley - Multi Media Presentation 9/24

Local historians from a number of non profits are coming together to give a free, multi-media presentation on the history, sights and sounds of CB5's cherished Tin Pan Alley.   September 24th, at 6:30pm at 891 Amersterdam Avenue.  Attendees are able to sign up for a special walk through set for October 26th!  Read More

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Charter Revision Proposal Info Session - September 16th

The 2019 Charter Revision Commission has spent the last thirteen months reviewing the City Charter – our city’s constitution – in order to explore changes that could potentially improve our local government structures and processes.  There will be an info session in Manhattan on September 16th, at which the Commission will go over what they've discovered and what you will be voting on November 5th! Read More

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DOT begins work on 8th Avenue btwn 38th and 45th

The City's Department of Transportation has begun work on the bicycle safety improvements along 8th Avenue between 38th to 45th Streets.   Please see the attached flier for information  on what is going on, and how it affect may affect you. Read More

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How Your Building Can Compost

At this October 7th event sponsored by State Senators Krueger and Hoylan, learn how to organize your building for reuse, recycling, and composting.  The discussion will be held from 6-8pm at the Loft at Marble Church, 274 Fifth Avenue between 29th and 30th Streets in Manhattan. Read More

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Forum on the New Rent Laws September 10th:

In June 2019, New York State enacted landmark legislation establishing the strongest new protections for rent regulated and market rate tenants in at least a generation.  Learn about the new laws, how they will be implemented, and get answers to your questions. Read More

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