At United Community Centers of East New York [https://ucceny.org/] (UCCENY), a nonprofit that serves the East New York community through everything from ESL classes to early childhood education, many of the costs associated with keeping the center running involve things like paying program staff, organizing field trips, and
Photo by South Slope NewsVoting for Participatory Budgeting [/tonight-see-participatory-budgeting-projects-flatbush-midwood/] 2017 begins this Saturday, March 25, where you can vote on how $1 million in city funds are spent in your community. Below, find all the ballot options and polling locations for Council Member David Greenfield’s District 44 [http://council.
Councilman David GreenfieldRun a non-profit organization? Now is your chance to learn how to secure capital funding for the upcoming year. As part of his ongoing commitment to increasing transparency in the city’s budget funding process, Councilman David Greenfield is inviting all non-profit organizations that serve his council district
Councilman Jumaane Williams will kick off his participatory budgeting cycle [/blog/politics/want-say-tax-dollars-spent-get-involved-45th-council-districts-participatory-budgeting-process] at the Clarendon Road Church [http://www.clarendonroadchurch.org/] (3304 Clarendon Road) from 6pm to 8pm tonight. During the meeting, you’ll be able to learn more about participatory budgeting [http://pbnyc.org/] – a program that Council
While the news that New York City will expand speed camera enforcement across the five boroughs was met with conspiratorial sneering from local drivers [http://www.sheepsheadbites.com/2014/01/nyc-speed-camera-locations/#comment-1212537888] , revenue data suggests that the overall amount of funds collected for traffic fines has declined every year for
It’s that time of year again when the city threatens cuts to all kinds of popular programs in next year’s budget. In addition to after-school programs [/blog/kids/kids-parents-mathieu-eugene-and-camba-march-to-save-after-school-programs] , another big cut that would affect our area would be to the Brooklyn Public Library. The library’s budget