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‘An Attack Against All Jews Is an Attack Against all New Yorkers’ — Thousands March in Solidarity in NYC
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‘An Attack Against All Jews Is an Attack Against all New Yorkers’ — Thousands March in Solidarity in NYC

Solidarity march on Brooklyn bridge. Madeleine Kornfeld/Bklyner.Thousands of people marched in solidarity on Sunday, January 5, to protest anti-Semitism and demonstrate support for Jewish neighbors affected by recent incidents of anti-Semitic violence. A sea of winter hats, hoods, and yarmulkes flooded Foley Square around 11 a.m. in

Two Truly Affordable Housing Lotteries Open in Brooklyn
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Two Truly Affordable Housing Lotteries Open in Brooklyn

While we often discuss if Affordable Housing is actually affordable, [/affordable-housing-who-can-really-afford-this/] two new residential buildings in Brownsville and East New York have now opened applications with apartments that are truly affordable, offering supportive housing and Section 8 housing. Supportive housing offers onsite services [https://shnny.org/supportive-housing/what-is-supportive-housing/] that help

Rezoning of Luxury Brighton Beach Apartment Building Advances
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Rezoning of Luxury Brighton Beach Apartment Building Advances

Rendering of Sea Breeze Tower. Courtesy of Rybak Development.Seven members of the land use committee of Coney Island and Brighton Beach [/free-resource-book-tell-you-everything-you-need-to-know-about-brighton-beach-sheepshead-bay/] -based Community Board 13 voted unanimously Tuesday night to recommend approval of a rezoning proposal that would allow developer Rybak Development to create 6,000 square feet

What Happened to the $10 Million the Mayor Promised for Sewage Backup Valves in Southern Brooklyn?
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What Happened to the $10 Million the Mayor Promised for Sewage Backup Valves in Southern Brooklyn?

SOUTH BROOKLYN — At a town hall [/mayors-promises-sheepshead-last-nights-town-hall/] in Sheepshead Bay back in September 2017, Mayor de Blasio promised a $10 million initiative that would provide homeowners in Southern Brooklyn with free sewage cut-off valves. However, it seems that the mayor misspoke. That money would be coming from state funds, not

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