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Will Brooklyn Heights Resident Stephen Pierson Take Out Steve Levin In NYC Council District 33?

Not since Daniel “Kid” Squadron took out long time incumbent Martin “Marty” Connor in the 2008 NYS Senate D25 race has a local election been pre-packed with as much drama as the upcoming face-off in NYC Council’s 33rd district. As in previous years the winner of the Democratic primary, held this year on September 10, […]

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ICYMI: #SaveLICH Meeting at Kane Street Synagogue

Community leaders, residents, elected officials and union members gathered at the Kane Street Synagogue on Valentine’s Day to rally support for LICH, which is in danger of being shut down. According to one attendee, 357 people were in attendance. Read the Tale of the Tweets and more after the jump.

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Reminder: Stephen Levin Hosts Free Screening Of ‘Gasland’ Monday At BH Cinema

Reminder: Tonight, Monday, October 1, at 6:45, Council Member Stephen Levin hosts a free screening of “Gasland”—Josh Fox’s documentary about the Halliburton-developed drilling technology known as “fracking,” or hydraulic fracturing—at the Brooklyn Heights Cinema, 70 Henry Street. The movie is also airing on HBO throughout 2012. More info: “When filmmaker Josh Fox is asked to […]

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Never Again! Levin Sends Firm Yet Warm and Fuzzy Email About Snow Screw Up to District

A missive has just arrived at the BHB Blizzard 2010 Newsdesk from our man in the NYC Council Steve Levin. We appreciate his concern about Brooklyn Heights streets being cleared soon. We appreciate even more that this email is an excuse to re-use our totally awesome Photoshopped Levin storm photo:

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Council Candidate Thies Has Park Funding Proposal

Evan Thies, a former aide to City Councilmember David Yassky and a candidate to succeed to Yassky’s seat in the 2009 election, announced in a column in Monday’s Daily News a plan for funding of Brooklyn Bridge Park and other parks that would not rely on revenues from condos or hotels built on park land. […]

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Racesky for Yassky’s Seatsky is Onsky

The Brooklyn Paper reports on the race to replace our man in the City Council, David Yassky.  Yassky’s still running for Comptroller and the field to replace him is crowded.  It includes JoAnne Simon the candidate behind those mailers you received over the weekend: Brooklyn Paper: They’re Off!: Simon certainly has the money. Through July, […]

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