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Columbia Waterfront Neighbors Call On Developer To Scale Back 41 Summit Street
Columbia Street Waterfront

Columbia Waterfront Neighbors Call On Developer To Scale Back 41 Summit Street

COLUMBIA STREET WATERFRONT – A group of Columbia Street Waterfront residents are rallying to oppose a developer’s plans to build a seven-story building in their low-rise neighborhood. Rendering of 41 Summit Street via Sheldon Lobel presentationNeighbors Katarina Jerinic and Anthony Bradfield live on Carroll Street, directly behind the proposed development

Community Board 6 Approves 6-Foot Fence Plan For LICH Site
Cobble Hill

Community Board 6 Approves 6-Foot Fence Plan For LICH Site

COBBLE HILL – After plans to erect a nine-foot-high brick wall [/cb6-tables-developers-planned-9-foot-high-wall-at-lich-condo-site/] along Amity Street were tabled at a Brooklyn Community Board 6 Landmarks & Land Use Committee [https://www1.nyc.gov/site/brooklyncb6/committees/landmarks-land-use.page] meeting in October, Fortis Property Group [https://fortispropertygroup.com/] developed an alternate plan to install

Reminder: Dept. Of Sanitation Reduces Organics Pickup In CB6 Starting Today
Announcements

Reminder: Dept. Of Sanitation Reduces Organics Pickup In CB6 Starting Today

PARK SLOPE – As reported last month [/dept-of-sanitation-will-reduce-organics-pickup-in-cb6-neighborhoods/], the NYC Department of Sanitation [http://www1.nyc.gov/assets/dsny/site/home] (DSNY) is reducing the organics collection schedule for neighborhoods in Brooklyn Community Board 6 [https://www1.nyc.gov/site/brooklyncb6/index.page], including Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Gowanus, Park Slope,

Former CB 6 District Manager Indicted For Forgery, Gave Self Nearly $40,000 in Raises
Carroll Gardens

Former CB 6 District Manager Indicted For Forgery, Gave Self Nearly $40,000 in Raises

[Left – Right] Kim Maier, Executive Director, Old Stone House; Gilly Youner, co-President, Park Slope Civic Council; CB6 District Manager Craig Hammerman; Daniel Wiley, Community Coordinator for Congresswoman Nydia Velázquez; John Frost, E.D. of Bikeshare Program, DOT; NYC DOT Commissioner Polly Trottenberg; Council Member Brad Lander; Doug Gordon, Brooklyn Spoke;

CB6 Holds On Approving Thor’s Revised Red Hoek Point Plans Until Neighborhood Concerns Are Addressed
environment

CB6 Holds On Approving Thor’s Revised Red Hoek Point Plans Until Neighborhood Concerns Are Addressed

RED HOOK – Until Thor Equities resolves a number of concerns raised by neighbors [/neighbors-want-red-hoek-point-developer-address-environmental-concerns/], Brooklyn Community Board 6’s Landmarks/Land Use Committee [http://www1.nyc.gov/site/brooklyncb6/committees/landmarks-land-use.page] voted to hold off on approving modified plans for the developer’s Red Hoek Point [http://redhoekpoint.com]

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