It’s a big week for local government!
First and foremost, the New Kings Democrats will host its debate for the 33rd district city council race in Williamsburg tonight at 7 pm, at Harry Van Arsdale High School Auditorium (257 North 6th St. at Havemeyer Street). All seven candidates have promised to show up, and North Brooklyn reporter/blogger Aaron Short is asking the tough questions to keep things lively.
But back to tonight: it’s also Community Board 2’s transportation meeting, at 6 pm at St. Francis College (180 Remsen St., between Clinton and Court streets).
And the 84th precinct is hosting its monthly community council meeting, at 7 pm tonight at the Baptist Temple in Boerum Hill (360 Schermerhorn St., at Third Avenue) Commanding officer Mark DiPaolo will present the precinct’s crime report and action results.
Tomorrow (Wednesday) morning, city officials will celebrate the landmarking of the BellTel Lofts in Downtown, at 9 am in the building’s lobby (365 Bridge St., at Willoughby Street). The building is now condos, but was landmarked in 2004 and a plaque was recently installed to its façade. The full Landmarks Preservation Council report is here [pdf]. To RSVP, email belltellofts AT austerevents.com.
Also tomorrow night is the CB2 land use committee, at 6 pm at Polytech’s Dibner Library (5 Metrotech Center, Room LC400).