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Overnight Street Paving On Joralemon, Remsen, Montague, and Court Monday and Tuesday

We’ve received word from Community Board 2 that overnight (no start or finish times are given) street paving will take place this coming Monday and Tuesday, August 17 and 18, on the following schedule: Monday: Joralemon Street from Fulton to Clinton streets; Remsen Street from Court to Clinton streets; Montague Street from Court Street to […]

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Milling and Paving on Heights Streets This Coming Week

We have word from Community Board 2 and the Brooklyn Heights Association that the following Brooklyn Heights streets are scheduled for milling work this coming week: Thursday, July 23: Joralemon from Hicks to Clinton; Friday, July 24: Joralemon from Hicks to Clinton (cont’d); Columbia Heights from Pierrepont to Cranberry. The milling is to be done […]

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Street Milling and Paving in Brooklyn Heights This Summer

We’ve received notice from Community Board 2 that some streets in Brooklyn Heights will be milled and re-paved this summer. We don’t yet have specific dates, but will provide them when available. Streets slated for daytime work are: Joralemon from Clinton to Hicks; Columbia Heights from Pierrepont to Cranberry; and Pineapple from Columbia Heights to […]

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Last Minute Weekend Suggestions: Brooklyn Heights and Nearby

If you’re in town for the Fourth, the One Big Thing is the fireworks. Expect huge crowds on the Promenade and in Brooklyn Bridge Park. The show starts at 9:00 p.m. Saturday. Parking will be prohibited from 11:00 p.m. tomorrow (Friday, July 3) to 11:00 p.m. on the Fourth on Joralemon from Hicks to Furman; […]

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Commercial Shoot at Promenade Montague Street Entrance Sunday Night

The Brooklyn Heights Association has alerted us to a planned shoot of a commercial for the U.S. Army to take place Sunday, May 31, beginning at 6:00 p.m. to Monday morning, June 1, at 1:00. The shoot will feature people watching fireworks from the Promenade (the fireworks will be added digitally), will be produced by […]

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What’s Worse? Getting Towed or Getting Booted?

Oy to the vey. Those of you who have opted not to have a car in New York City are excused from this conversation. We get it, you feel great about that decision. And to be honest, it’s the most sensible one. But for many of us, having a car is a necessity and alternate […]

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Alternate Side Parking Returns and Everybody’s Mad

After about a week long hiatus, New York City reinstated alternate side parking rules today and city residents took to Twitter to air their frustration. Heck, we just knocked the bumper off the BHBMobile getting out of a space on Orange Street (good thing Joke and the gang at New Xcell are already on the case). All for what? So the city could write some parking tickets? Because, y’know we didn’t see any street cleaning happening. So who should we send the repair bill to?

Enjoy these angry tweets and feel free to add your two cents in the comments:

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Spielberg’s “St James Place” Sets Up Shop A Little Early in Brooklyn Heights

Forget what the signs say–the production that is taking over the neighborhood for days on end has decided that 24 hours of empty streets isn’t enough. By 9 am, production crews had set up cones to prevent parking on multiple blocks. Calls to the number listed on the sign yielded only voicemail; a call to […]

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This “NYPD” No Parking Sign on Pierrepont Street Looks Legit, Right?

A BHB reader sent us this photo of a No Parking sign posted on Pierrepont Street and Columbia Heights. He comments:

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Brooklyn Heights Residents Sound Off About Lack Of Parking Spaces in Brooklyn Eagle Video

The Brooklyn Eagle’s Dipti Kumar looks into the parking crunch in Brooklyn Heights in a new YouTube video. Many neighborhood residents are interviewed including Nando Pelusi, Ann Peloquin and Fred Kneip. The latter observes that parking is difficult, claiming that folks try to get around the rules in that you can see “a very attractive […]

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