CPN’s Annual Financial Meeting will be held on Wednesday, February 7th at 7:30PM in the Community Room. Our CPA, Mark Levitch, will review the annual budget and take questions from Shareholders. All Shareholders are encouraged to attend.
It can’t compete with the grandeur of the famous Brooklyn Bridge. No other span can. But the views are really something. There’s a reason savvy sightseers venture out to the middle of the Manhattan Bridge when the temperature’s only 24 degrees. Its pedestrian path offers a peerless perspective of the iconic Brooklyn Bridge as it swoops majestically over the East River. From this vantage point on the Manhattan Bridge, Jane’s Carousel in Brooklyn Bridge Park stands in front of one of the Brooklyn Bridge’s stone towers, and the World Trade Center and the Woolworth Building in Lower Manhattan stand behind the Brooklyn Bridge’s other stone tower. From this spot on the Manhattan Bridge’s walkway, the landmarked Empire Stores complex on the shoreline of Brooklyn Bridge Park and the nearby DUMBO Clock Tower can also be seen.
Brooklyn Heights Locations Participating
NYC Parks are recycling Christmas trees at locations all over the city. The mulch will be used to “used to nourish trees and plants on streets and gardens citywide.” Drop your tree during the week or you can bring your tree to Brooklyn Bridge Park or any number of parks this coming weekend and take home a bag of mulch for your own garden. Here are all the details:
When the holiday season is over, don’t let your tree go to waste. Bring it to MulchFest at 99 Plymouth.
You can bring your tree to 99 Plymouth for chipping on January 6 & 7 from 10am to 2pm. Watch your tree get chipped in front of you, and get a free bag of mulch to take home.
Or you can bring your tree to 99 Plymouth for drop off from December 31 through January 7 from 10am-2pm. Leave your tree with us, and we’ll recycle it for you later!
Drop your tree off at the gate behind 99 Plymouth (corner of Plymouth and Adams Streets).
Please remember to remove all lights, ornaments, tinsel, netting, etc. before bringing it to the drop off site. Trees with decorations will not be accepted.
-Brooklyn Heights Blog
Interesting Read about our beautiful Post Office:
Thousands of big-rigs may be forced to rumble along Brooklyn Heights streets if state lawmakers don’t pass legislation to accelerate the reconstruction of a decrepit stretch of the Brooklyn–Queens Expressway that runs through the nabe, according to city transit honchos, who warned locals at a Monday meeting that the roadway will soon be unable to hold the heavy vehicles. “The corrosion in the rebar will have reached a point where the capacity of the structure to carry trucks is going to be reduced,” said Tanvi Pandya, a project manager overseeing the repairs. “We’re really concerned that we don’t miss that. We want to stay ahead of that curve.” – The Brooklyn Paper
Dear Community Stakeholder
On Monday, December 11th 2017 the NYC Department of Transportation’s Division of Bridges will present an update on our project for the Brooklyn Queens Expressway – Atlantic to Sands. The presentation will provide an update on the agency’s progress on the project since the design team kick off in June, as well as continuing efforts on Design Build authorization, development of the Public Outreach Plan and next steps in 2018. Please join us starting at 5:00 p.m. at the NYU POLY Tandon School of Engineering – 6 Metro Tech Center – the Maker Space Event Space – Rogers Hall – 1st Floor. Invitations to all stakeholders for the public meeting are being distributed today.
Your RSVP to Division of Bridges Executive Director of Community Affairs, Joanne Kidder at JKidder@dot.nyc.gov or 212-839-6304 will be sincerely appreciated. Joannene Kidder