The City’s Department of Transportation will, according to Kevin Duggan in The Brooklyn Paper, have a closed door meeting this coming Monday, March 11 (the story doesn’t specify the time or location of the meeting) with “leaders of local community boards” to get their views on plans to rehabilitate the cantilevered portion of the Brooklyn-Queens […]
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BQE Latest: DOT Closed Door Meeting With CBs; Council Speaker Urges New Look; BHA Postpones Town Hall
Court hearing on Pier 6 towers has been rescheduled–see below. At Monday evening’s annual meeting of the Brooklyn Heights Association, BHA President Patrick Killackey (photo) began by asking, rhetorically, what a neighborhood association can do in a time of political turmoil. He answered by arguing that the nature of the times requires more action at […]
The Brooklyn Heights Association announced on its website today that, as previously indicated was their intention, they have filed suit to prevent the construction of two residential towers near the park’s Atlantic Avenue entrance and Pier 6. The suit names as defendants the Brooklyn Bridge Park Corporation, other government entities involved, and the developers of […]
Your correspondent left work early to attend the BHA Social networking happy hour at the Custom House. There was a lively gathering there, graciously hosted by BHA board member Patrick Killackey (second from left in photo) and BHA President Alexandra Bowie. More photos and text after the jump. I had several interesting conversations with others […]
The Citi Bike Share program is scheduled to launch in May with pick up points around the city including Brooklyn Heights. The Brooklyn Eagle interviews BHA vp Patrick Killackey, who is also Deputy Chief, Performance and Reporting at MTA Capital Construction, talked to the paper about the program and the loss of some parking in the area to make room for bike stations.
The Brooklyn Heights Association is reconstituting its Transportation Committee, and inviting interested BHA members to join. The Transportation Committee is a forum for addressing specific transportation issues important to BHA members, such as biking, truck traffic, pedestrian safety and police enforcement. A large, unified voice on these and similar matters can effect changes. The Committee […]
The Transportation Committee of Community Board 2 will meet tomorrow evening (Tuesday, October 18) at St. Francis College, First Floor Board Room, 180 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Court), starting at 6:00. On the agenda are: (1) a presentation by Cheska Tolentino, of Transport Workers Union Local 100, on a campaign, New Yorkers Deserve a […]
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