Senator Squadron’s 7th Annual Community Convention April 12

State Senator Daniel Squadron will hold his seventh annual Community Convention on Sunday, April 12 from 2:00 to 5:00 p.m. at the Lower East Side Preparatory High School, 145 Stanton Street (between Norfolk and Suffolk streets). To get there, take the F train to the Delancey Street stop. The Senator alternates the site of his Convention between the Brooklyn and Manhattan portions of his district; this year it’s Manhattan’s turn. Nevertheless, the Convention’s program is “designed for the full district and will include a number of open conversation topics — from Health & Hospitals, to Parks & Open Space, to Schools & Education.”

If you wish to attend, please RSVP here or by calling 212-298-5565.

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  • Craig Abruzzo


    I am a Brooklyn Heights resident. I am wondering what is being done about the incessant tourist helicopter noise? Your publication should be all over this. It is so loud and non stop that taking my 18 month daughter to the promenade playground feels like we are in an episode from M*A*S*H. I have clocked the take offs and landings and they are at least 1 every minute. It seems like it has gotten so much worse over the last year. Its shocking that this is allowed to continue. As the weather gets better and more people spend time outside, I hope this becomes more of a story. All the money spend on Brooklyn Bridge Park, only to have it ruined by some tourist operators who are based in Nevada, park their copters in NJ, and do not add much to the NYC ecosystem.