- After 30 years of being closed, 7th Avenue exit at 8th Avenue N stop has reopened.
It’s #PresidentsDay soon l, so USPS in Brooklyn, Flushing, Jamaica, Floral Park and Staten Island are celebrating by providing customers passport-only hours from 9 am until 2 pm!!! #TravelTuesday pic.twitter.com/JYJZU0i66J
— Xavier C. Hernandez (@XavierUSPSNYC) February 12, 2019
- El Chapo was found guilty today in Brooklyn. Rolling Stone has a good story on the months-long trial.
“Of course we’re going to appeal” says defense attorney Jeff Lichtman outside BK federal court following a guilty verdict for El Chapo pic.twitter.com/uMuCWim3A0
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— Noah Hurowitz (@NoahHurowitz) February 12, 2019
— Families For Safe Streets (@NYC_SafeStreets) February 12, 2019
- NYCHA Elevator Chief Suspended – “The New York City Housing Authority has suspended the head of its elevator division amid an ongoing investigation into inspectors falsely claiming to have performed preventive maintenance.” THE CITY
In Downtown Brooklyn, public spaces are poised for major revamp – WXY and BIG will collaborate on a new plan for the neighborhood’s public spaces (Curbed)
Thanks to Councilmember Mark Treyger ($1 million), speaker Corey Johnson and Boro President Eric Adams (each $500k) Ocean Parkway bike and pedestrian paths between R and X Avenues will get repaired this spring. Streetsblog.
— Fast Food Justice (@JusticeFastFood) February 12, 2019