This just in from Chelsea Mauldin, the exiting executive director of the Montague Street BID — “A new executive director, Brigit Pinnell, will be joining the Montague Street Business Improvement District in January 2011. Ms. Pinnell comes to Montague Street from the Jamaica Center Business Improvement District, where she was executive director for two years. […]
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Montague Business Improvent District executive director Chelsea Mauldin (BHB Ten 2009) will be leaving the organization this fall, the Brooklyn Heights Press reports. The paper cites an e-mail sent to the group’s board of directors on August 6 announcing her plans to leave in pursuit of “other opportunities”. A successor to Mauldin could […]
Here they are: the BHB Ten for 2009. Your recommendations and suggestions influenced this year’s list of Brooklyn Heights’ movers and shakers. This year’s members represent new trends in thought, community leadership, the arts and charitable giving. We look forward to their contribution to our neighborhood, our city, our country and the world for […]
Lassen and Hennigs‘ Thomas Calfa is featured in the latest Neighborhood Beat segment from Brooklyn Independent Television. Look for a “special guest appearance” by Montague BID’s Chelsea Mauldin.
This just in from Chelsea Mauldin of the Montague BID: Contractors from the Parks Department are on Montague Street now, working on our tree pits. Back in late April, they scored the sidewalks; today they’re resizing the pits and adding topsoil and mulch. Then they’ll come back out — this month, we believe — to […]
According to The Brooklyn Paper, this year’s “piazza” days on Montague Street, when it is closed to automobiles and made a pedestrian concourse with tables and chairs for relaxing or al fresco dining, will be in September instead of July. They will be on three Sundays: September 13 (which coincides with the Brooklyn Book Festival […]
The Montague Street Business Improvement District (“BID”) held its annual meeting at Eamonn’s yesterday evening. BID Executive Director Chelsea Mauldin (photo at left) said the BID must respond to the economic crisis by providing more services to businesses on Montague in, among other things, marketing and technology. As an example of marketing assistance, she cited […]
This morning and yesterday evening, knitters covered 69 parking meters along Montague Street with knitted cozies as part of a public art project commissioned by the Montague Street Business Improvement District. Artist and organizer Magda Sayeg (above, far left), the founder of Knitta Please, put the finishing touches on the 69th pole this morning, and […]
We recently reported on the troubles facing Montague Street merchants and the challenges they present to independently owned stores. Here’s the video companion for that series from BHB’s Sarah Portlock
What IS happening out there? Montague Street is a rapidly shifting shopping thoroughfare — in the last few weeks, at least eight “For Rent” signs have gone up in windows along the five-block stretch from Clinton Street to the Promenade, and we now have word that, nationally, Ann Taylor Loft is closing over 100 outposts. […]
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