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An Open Letter to All New Yorkers from the Emergency Department Frontline
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An Open Letter to All New Yorkers from the Emergency Department Frontline

This morning NYC Heath+Hospitals shared the following  Open Letter to New Yorkers regarding COVID-19 has been signed by over 100 emergency room physicians from hospitals and health systems across the City. Posted here, with most current signers. [https://www.change.org/p/new-yorkers-plea-from-ed-doctors-to-listen-to-covid-19-public-health-advise?recruiter=1073227909&utm_source=share_petition&

Letter To The Editor: Here’s Why Urban Dove Needs To Find A Different Location
Education

Letter To The Editor: Here’s Why Urban Dove Needs To Find A Different Location

East 21st Street in Midwood. Liena Zagare/BklynerIn response to our articles about Urban Dove charter school renting school space [/you-dont-belong-here-charter-schools-move-to-midwood-splits-jewish-community/] from the East Midwood Jewish Center, and the controversy that has caused [/hasidic-neighbors-protest-emjc-rabbis-installation-over-charter-school-controversy/] in the immediate neighborhood, we have received a letter to the editor from Laurie Mermelstein. Mermelstein

Sewage Check Valves Before Another Park Reno! Manhattan Beach Residents Upset Over Missing Storm Protection Money
Letter To The Editor

Sewage Check Valves Before Another Park Reno! Manhattan Beach Residents Upset Over Missing Storm Protection Money

Dear Editor,Thank you for shedding more light on the question of where the Federal monies for future storm protection that were allocated to South Brooklyn communities have gone [/what-happened-to-the-10-million-the-mayor-promised-for-sewage-backup-valves-in-southern-brooklyn/] . The Manhattan Beach Community Group and other South Brooklyn civic organizations spent months with NYRising to determine how and where

960 Franklin: A Bad Deal for the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and for Crown Heights
Central Brooklyn

960 Franklin: A Bad Deal for the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens and for Crown Heights

A hanging scrim shows the proposed towers and their size relative to the conservatory buildings. Via BBG website.In July the Brooklyn Botanic Gardens (BBG) opened a new exhibit in one of their many conservatorie [/brooklyn-botanic-garden-presents-exhibit-protesting-sun-blocking-towers/]s. What made this exhibit different was that they were not showcasing exotic flora.

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