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PB District 39 Project Expo: Self-Defense Workshops For Muslim Women, Fitness Area For Seniors, Saving Endangered Bats & More
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PB District 39 Project Expo: Self-Defense Workshops For Muslim Women, Fitness Area For Seniors, Saving Endangered Bats & More

Voting for Participatory Budgeting [/heres-everything-on-the-participatory-budget-ballots-next-week/] began Saturday, April 7 and runs though Sunday, April 15. If you haven’t voted yet—what are you waiting for?! “This year’s projects are fantastic. Did you look at them? They’re just great,” said Council Member Brad Lander [http://council.nyc.gov/

District 39 PB Vote: Mobile Showers For The Homeless, More Trees, Or A/C For Students
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District 39 PB Vote: Mobile Showers For The Homeless, More Trees, Or A/C For Students

Voting for Participatory Budgeting [/tonight-see-participatory-budgeting-projects-flatbush-midwood/] begins this Saturday, March 25. Below is a list of the 18 project proposals on the ballot for Council Member Brad Lander’s District 39 [http://council.nyc.gov/district-39/] (Borough Park, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Columbia Waterfront, Gowanus, Kensington, Park Slope, Windsor Terrace). With

Today Is The Deadline To Submit Ideas Online For Participatory Budgeting — Extensions for Districts 40, 44 & 45
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Today Is The Deadline To Submit Ideas Online For Participatory Budgeting — Extensions for Districts 40, 44 & 45

Participatory budgeting in action. (Photo: Corner Media)The participatory budgeting process gives New Yorkers the power to decide [http://labs.council.nyc/pb/] how to spend tax dollars in our neighborhoods. Every year, the participatory budgeting (PB) process begins with an idea collection phase, which is facilitated by participating City

See What You Can Vote On In This Year’s District 39 Participatory Budgeting Ballot
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See What You Can Vote On In This Year’s District 39 Participatory Budgeting Ballot

Ballot via Brad Lander [http://bradlander.com/2015-participatory-budgeting-ballot]Voting for the fourth year of participatory budgeting in District 39 is fast approaching, and Councilmember Brad Lander [http://bradlander.com/PB] just shared the projects [http://bradlander.com/2015-participatory-budgeting-ballot] that you’ll be able to choose between to receive a combined

$1.5 Million Allotted For Tech Upgrades, Roadwork, A Green Roof & More
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$1.5 Million Allotted For Tech Upgrades, Roadwork, A Green Roof & More

Did you vote for this year’s Participatory Budgeting projects [/politics/cast-your-vote-for-proposed-district-39-participatory-budgeting-projects] in District 39 [http://bradlander.com]? Results [http://pbnyc.org/content/2014-vote-results-district-39] for Brad Lander’s district are in, and here’s what’s being funded: * Street safety improvements on 4th Ave – $300,000 (1,202 votes) * Laptops

Neighborhood Improvements Go Beyond Participatory Budgeting
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Neighborhood Improvements Go Beyond Participatory Budgeting

As we get ready to vote on the projects that are in the running for funding [/blog/politics/expo-offers-first-look-at-participatory-budgeting-projects] through Participatory Budgeting, Neil Reilly, a District 39 Committee Member and former Transit Committee Delegate notes that one of the interesting outcomes [http://bradlander.com/blog/2013/03/21/what-starts-in-pb-doesnt-always-end-in-pb] of

New City Council District Plans Revealed
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New City Council District Plans Revealed

New City Council District maps were approved unanimously by the Districting Commision last night, reports [http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20121116/new-york-city/commission-unveils-approves-new-city-council-district-maps#ixzz2CPLc3IiT] DNAinfo. Here’s what happened around us: • 39th District: At October’s District Commission hearing, Brad Lander’s 39th district was subject to significant debate. Stretching

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