Park Slope News: Come out for Traffic & Go to a House Tour

From Eric McClure, Park Slope Neighbors, [email protected] Please Attend Thursday’s CB6 Meeting and Voice Support for 9th Street Traffic CalmingThis Thursday, Community Board 6’s Transportation Committee will meet to continue its discussion of the Department of Transportation’s well conceived plan for calming traffic on 9th Street from 3rd Avenue to Prospect Park West. We urge […]

575 Fifth Avenue Update

From Michele de la Uz, Fifth Avenue Committee, [email protected] Thank you to everyone who attended last Wednesday’s marathon hearing at the City Planning Commission to testify in support of FAC’s proposed 575 5th Avenue project and thank you to all who submitted testimony as well! More than 70 supporters were in attendance, including a large […]

One Way? No Way! Park Slope Plan Bites the Dust

From Eric McClure, Campaign CoordinatorPark Slope Neighbors, [email protected] Dear Park Slope Neighbor, You did it! Thanks to the incredible, unified outpouring of community support for maintaining 6th and 7th Avenues as safe, neighborhood-friendly two-way streets, Community Board 6 on Wednesday night voted unanimously to reject the Department of Transportation’s proposal to convert the avenues to […]

Park Slope Says "No" to Traffic Hastening Plan

Park Slope Neighbors would like to extend a great big thank you to the 2,000 of you who have taken the time to sign our petition opposing the DOT’s plan to convert 6th and 7th Avenues to one-way traffic flow, and to the 700 or so residents who turned out Thursday night to make sure […]

Park Slope Deliberates on Future

From the Brookyln Downtown Star Park Slope Consults Its Inner OracleBy Darius VanSluytmanDateline : Thursday, March 08, 2007 Amid a rash of new developments, increasing rents, and Mayor Bloomberg’s estimate that one million new residents will arrive in the city by 2030, Park Slope residents pondered the future of their beloved neighborhood last week. The […]