NEW Court Date Wed. FEB 6th; N90s Holds Neighbors Meeting Tues. FEB 12th

Court Date RE-SCHEDULED! HEARING TO STOP
THE ALEXANDER SHELTER:

Join us Next Wed., Feb. 6th
State Supreme Court,
80 Centre Street, Room 328



**IMPORTANT DATES FOR OUR NEIGHBORS**

MEET YOUR LOCAL COPS!
January 31st at 6:30 PM
Join your neighbors – this is a public meeting with the NYPD.
Congregation B’nai Jeshrun
270 West 89th St.
Between West End Ave & Broadway
This is the quarterly meeting of the NCO (Neighborhood Coordinating Officer Program) AKA neighborhood policing.

Meet Officer Giovani Soto and Officer Michael Celenza, who are responsible for “Sector A.” neighborhood policing means that the 24th Precinct has been divided into three sectors, and Sector A includes the area between Broadway and the Hudson River, from West 86th St. to 110th St.

It’s a great opportunity to raise issues with patrol officers assigned to this area. The meetings are held quarterly.

 

Join Community Board 7!!
50 neighbors volunteer their time on this advisory body that holds meetings and hearings on such issues as senior housing, shelters, health care, zoning, traffic issues, city parks, police, fire and sanitation services. The meetings are held monthly, and every member can serve on a committee that meets every month.

Borough President Gale Brewer is now accepting applications on the website of the Manhattan Borough President (MBP) by clicking http://manhattanbp.nyc.gov/html/community-boards/community-boards.shtml.
The deadline is Friday, February 8, 2019.
Questions? Rosie Mendez, Director of Community Affairs:rmendez@manhattanbp.nyc.gov or (212) 669-8315.

 

Neighborhood In The Nineties
Hold the Date: Tuesday, Feb. 12th 6:15 PM
Place: TBA
Please let us know if you’ll attend
Topics include:
–Legal Update
–Guard Service Review
–Upcoming elections

For more information, or to join the mailing list (you must live in Neighborhood in the Nineties area–90th to 98th Sts., Amsterdam to Riverside), write to:info@N90s.org, or visit www.N90s.org

 

 

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