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Calling 311: Mangled Street Sign Remains For Months

Despite repeated calls to 311 since the beginning of March, a mangled street sign at the high-profile corner of Montague Street & Montague Terrace in Brooklyn Heights remains a disreputable eyesore. Whether a keen example of psychokinesis (think spoon bending) or a careless truck turning the corner, this signage, which marks one of the Promenade’s […]

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New Procedure for Chopper Noise Complaints

Note: this is an update of an earlier post that has now been deleted. BHB has been advised that all helicopter complaints are now being received by 311 operators, who will create a helicopter complaint “Service Request” to track and deal with the complaints. Monthly reports will also be provided to NYCEDC, elected officials, and […]

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Incident on State Street

I called the city’s 311 hotline today because early this morning a woman slipped and fell on the ice.  When I got there she wasn’t moving.  Her husband didn’t have a cell phone.  He hovered over her, squeezing her hand.  I think he was in shock.  A bag of groceries lay next to her.  They […]

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The Manneken Pis of Montague Street

This fire hydrant in front of 65 Montague has been doing its imitation of the famous Brussels statue for some time, despite numerous 311 calls.

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