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Poll: What Would You Support In Our Neighborhood To Deter Crime?
Borough President Eric Adams

Poll: What Would You Support In Our Neighborhood To Deter Crime?

Borough President Eric Adams sponsored a town hall meeting at PS 139 last fall about safety in our neighborhood following a series of armed robberies.A series of armed robberies last fall at Ox Cart Tavern [/blog/crime/three-men-rob-ox-cart-tavern-gunpoint-last-night], Mimi’s Hummus [/blog/crime/armed-robbery-mimis-hummus-gunman-flees-foot], Lark Café [/blog/crime/lark-cafe-robbed-gunpoint-last-night]

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Editorial: Deutsch’s “Participatory Governing” Concept No Replacement For Participatory Budgeting

An attendee requested support programs for special needs families. But that’s not what the meeting was for.Councilman Chaim Deutsch has touted his “participatory governing [/council-member-chaim-deutsch-hosts-participatory-governing-meeting-constituents/] ” approach as an alternative to participatory budgeting, but his first attempt – a governing workshop held last week – provided the best argument yet for

Neighborhood Improvements Go Beyond Participatory Budgeting
Brad Lander

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

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