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Protest is Just the Beginning For Tenants Organizing at Bushwick's 431 Bleecker - BKLYNER
Protest is Just the Beginning For Tenants Organizing at Bushwick’s 431 Bleecker:
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22 hours ago by gsch
New York Airport Shuttle | GO Airlink NYC
NYC Airport Shuttle service to JFK, LGA, Newark for any pocket. Authorized by the Port Authority of NY and NJ. Book online now and save 10%.
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22 hours ago by sfriedenberg
Met and Brooklyn Museums Will Not Use Saudi Money for Programs on the Middle East
The Met and the Brooklyn Museum will no longer use Saudi money for programs on Middle Eastern art that had been supported by groups tied tot he Saudi government. (NY Times)
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yesterday by robblatt
Daring Fireball: Apple Announces October 30 Event
Marty Markowitz once dreamed of having an Apple Store in Brooklyn, and that dream was realized in 2016. two years later Apple is set to announce something new (it's probably an iPad and maybe new computers) on October 30. (Daring Fireball)
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yesterday by robblatt
Secret camera found in NYPD women’s bathroom
A security guard was caught with a secret camera in an NYPD women's bathroom in Brooklyn. Pedro Rodriguez Sanchez was arrested for unlawful surveillance in the second degree. (NY Post)
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yesterday by robblatt
Private contractors step in as NYCHA’s heating season begins
The NYCHA will hire two private companies to help the 41 NYCHA housing complexes maintain heat this winter. Last year more than 80% of apartments (323,000 people) went without heat for an average of 48 hours at a time. This week 4,000 NYCHA tenants are enduring a heat and hot-water outage. (Politico)
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yesterday by robblatt
De Blasio: I didn’t lie about NYCHA data on kids exposed to lead
The Mayor denies that he lied about his public comments that underplayed the number of children exposed to lead. The mayor's current excuse is that "the federal stand's changed over time," which is a lot like his story about this issue. (NY Post)
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yesterday by robblatt
NYC: Measles outbreak in Orthodox Williamsburg stems from unvaccinated children
There's a measles outbreak in Williamsburg's ultra-Orthodox Jewish community due to unvaccinated children. An investigation into the outbreak has a direct cost of almost $400,000. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
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yesterday by robblatt
Elections board demands answers over botched de Blasio mailer
Mayor de Blasio's Chief Democracy Officer Ayirini Fonseca-Sabune is in hot water with the Board of Elections over a botched mailing to 400,000 city voters that cost $200,000. Whoops. (NY Post)
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yesterday by robblatt
We've Got These Infernal Bedbugs On The Run (Maybe)
Breathe a sigh of release, bedbug season is behind us. (Gothamist)
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yesterday by robblatt
City announces ‘major improvements’ to NYCHA heating units ahead of winter
Last year more than 80% of NYCHA residents had to endure heat outages that lasted 48 hour on average. This year the de Blasio administration hired an additional 50 heating technicians, five new mobile boilers, and a new robocall system. (Curbed)
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yesterday by robblatt
Can NYC Democrats Flip Staten Island's House Seat Blue?
Will the 2018 "blue wave" overtake Staten Island's NYC GOP alcove or will it hit a red wall? Republican Dan Donovan hopes to hold back Democrat Max Rose and remain NYC's last GOP congressperson standing. (Gothamist)
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yesterday by robblatt
MoviePass operations under investigation by New York AG
MoviePass is under investigation from the New York Attorney General's office that it misled investors. This won't get your unlimited movie tickets back, but it might make you feel better to see them lose a court case. (Brooklyn Daily Eagle)
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yesterday by robblatt
As Temperature Drops, Heat Complaints Already Rising
A reminder that from October 1 to May 31 from 6 am to 10 pm, if it’s below 55° F outside, your landlord must keep the building at least 68° F inside. At night, from 10 pm to 6 am, the building must be at least 62° F inside. If you want to file a complaint against your building, you can call 311 or file a complaint online. (Bklyner)
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yesterday by robblatt
The Clark Street Subway Station Elevators Are A 'Public Safety Threat.' What's The MTA Doing About It?
The Clark Street subway station is a "imminent public safety threat" according to Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. The three 23-year-old elevators that service the platform are the only way to get up the ten flights to the street. (Gothamist)
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yesterday by robblatt

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