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The Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council

Urban planning
Tthe discipline of land use planning which explores several aspects of the built and social environments of municipalities and communities.

Meet & Greet with the Candidates

Start Date: 
May 20, 2013 - 6:30pm - 9:30pm
Categories
Topic : 
Urban planning
Economic development
Traffic and transit
Safety and security
Open space
Social services
Local development projects
Sponsored By: 
Brown Community Development Corporation
Location: 
Sanders Studios
525 Waverly Avenue (between Atlantic Avenue and Fulton Street)
Brooklyn
United States
Description: 

Join Brown CDC for an opportunity to meet the candidates for City Counicl Districts 35 and 36, Brooklyn District Attorney and Brooklyn Borough President. Talk to them one on one, share your stories, find out why they are running for office and how they plan to represent you!

The event is free. Refreshments and beverages are available. Space is limited. Tickets are available starting May 1. Please call (347) 464-8850 or email bcdcommunications@gmail.com to reserve tickets.

Invited candidates:

  • Ken Thompson
  • Charles Hynes
  • Abe George
  • Robert Waterman
  • Conrrad Tillard
  • Kirsten J. Foy
  • Robert Cornegy
  • Akiel B. Taylor
  • Jelani Mashriki
  • Jesse Hamilton
  • Laurie Cumbo
  • Olanike Alabi
  • Frank R. Hurley
  • John Gangemi, Sr.
  • Eric Adams
  • Ede Fox

For more information, email jones.marjona@gmail.com.

Open to: 
General public (tickets required)

Brooklyn civics sponsor Mayoral Forum

Posted: April 15, 2013 - 9:26pm

The Park Slope Civic Council and five other community groups are holding a public forum on May 6, 2013 for candidates in the upcoming New York City mayoral race. The forum will be held at Congregation Beth Elohim, 274 Garfield Place betweem 7th and 8th Avenues). The challenging array of candidates and issues in this year’s New York City mayoral election has been the impetus for this forum, which is also being sponsored by the Brooklyn Heights Association, the Boerum Hill Association, the Crown Heights North Association, the Fort Greene Association, the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council, and the Carroll Gardens Neighborhood Association. 

Brooklyn Civics 2013 Mayoral Forum

Start Date: 
May 6, 2013 - 7:00pm - 9:00pm
Categories
Topic : 
Urban planning
Economic development
Traffic and transit
Safety and security
Open space
Social services
Sponsored By: 
Park Slope Civic Council, Brooklyn Heights Association, the Boerum Hill Association, the Crown Heights North Association, the Fort Greene Association, the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council, and the Carroll Gardens Neighborhood Association
Location: 
Congregation Beth Elohim
274 Garfield Pl. at Eighth Avenue
Brooklyn
United States
Description: 

The Park Slope Civic Council and five other community groups are holding a public forum for candidates in the upcoming New York City mayoral race. The challenging array of candidates and issues in this year’s New York City mayoral election has been the impetus for this forum, which is also being sponsored by the Brooklyn Heights Association, the Boerum Hill Association, the Crown Heights North Association, the Fort Greene Association, the Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council, and the Carroll Gardens Neighborhood Association.

The forum is an opportunity for residents to submit questions with a Brooklyn focus, on a range of topics that will include infrastructure, schools, emergency preparedness, city services, transportation and transit, parks, development, businesses, and local jobs.

All mayoral candidates as of March 2013 have been invited to attend the forum (Sal Albanese, Adolfo Carrion, John Catsimatidis, Bill de Blasio, Joe Lhota, John Liu, George McDonald, Christine Quinn, and Bill Thompson). The forum will be moderated by Andrea Bernstein of WNYC and will be strictly timed. There will be 1.5-minute opening statements and 2-minute closing statements. The Civic Council invites all interested voters to attend this forum and hear the candidates’ vision for the future of Brooklyn and New York City. Reporters from all local news outlets, publications, and blogs are also welcome to attend.

Please submit your questions through Google Moderator (separate log-in may be required) and vote on questions of importance to you by May 3.

The forum is free to the public. RSVP or tickets are not required (but you may respond through the event's Facebook page if you wish); seating is on a first-come-first-served basis. Bring friends and voters!

Open to: 
General public

Prospect Heights community forum with elected officials

Start Date: 
February 25, 2013 - 7:00pm
Categories
Topic : 
Urban planning
Housing
Sustainability
Zoning
Landmarking
Economic development
Traffic and transit
Safety and security
Open space
Social services
Sponsored By: 
Prospect Heights Neighborhood Development Council
Location: 
P.S. 9
80 Underhill Avenue (between St. Marks Avenue and Bergen Street)
United States
Description: 

Concerned about neighborhood schools, traffic, security, development and affordable housing?

Bring your questions about these and other local issues to a forum with your elected representatives in City and State government. Joining us will be

  • State Senator Velmanette Montgomery
  • State Senator Eric Adams
  • Assemblyman Walter Mosley
  • City Council Member Letitia James
Open to: 
General public

Community Board 8 general meeting

Start Date: 
October 11, 2012 - 7:00pm
Categories
Topic : 
Urban planning
Economic development
Traffic and transit
Safety and security
Open space
Social services
Sponsored By: 
Brooklyn Community Board 8
Location: 
Concern for Independent Living
151 Rochester Avenue (between Prospect Place and St. Marks Avenue)
United States
Description: 

Community Board 8 represents North Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, and Weeksville.

Agenda:

  • Meeting Call to order
  • Roll Call
  • PUBLIC HEARING ITEM: Community Board No. 8 District Needs for the Capital and Expense Budget for Fiscal Year 2014. (Persons interested in viewing the budget items may do so at the District Office. Also, persons interested in speaking at the public hearing may register by calling the District Office at 718-467-5574. Testimony will be limited to three (3) minutes).
  • Acceptance of Minutes
  • Correspondence
  • Update by NYC Comptroller John Liu
  • Report from the following committees:
    • Aging/Health
    • Economic Development
    • Education
    • Environment/Sanitation
    • Fire/Safety
    • Housing/ULURP
    • Parks Police
    • Transportation
    • Youth & Family Services
  • Old Business
  • New Business
  • Public Comments
  • Acknowledgement of Elected Officials
  • Announcements
  • Adjournment

Please note: The order of agenda items are subject to change.

Open to: 
General public

BK Gateway Transportation Workshop

Start Date: 
March 31, 2012 - 10:00am - 1:00pm
Categories
Topic : 
Urban planning
Traffic and transit
Safety and security
Sponsored By: 
Council Member Letitia James, PHNDC, Park Slope Civic Council, Boerum Hill Association, and Tri-State Transportation Campaign
Location: 
YWCA
30 Third Avenue at Atlantic Avenue
Brooklyn, NY
United States
Description: 

The neighborhoods of Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, downtown Brooklyn, Carroll Gardens, Cobble Hill, Red Hook, Northern Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights face significant transportation challenges. Existing traffic and parking congestion, demands on transit service and dangerous roads for cyclists and pedestrians already pose hurdles for residents, businesses and the environment. The upcoming completion the Barclay’s Center at Atlantic Yards will further compound these challenges. The BK Gateway Transportation Workshop will lay the groundwork for developing community driven solutions to the transportation issues facing the area.

  • Discuss transportation issues affecting your neighborhood
  • Share ideas with transportation experts
  • Learn about strategies to increase pedestrian and cyclist safety, reduce congestion, and improve transit
  • Help develop a plan for the future of transportation and transit in our community

Residents, business owners, and community organizations welcome! Due to limited space, participants must register by e mail to bsherman@council.nyc.gov.

Co-sponsored by: Council Member Stephen Levin, Council Member Brad Lander, Community Board 2, and Transportation Alternatives.

Open to: 
General public