Brooklyn Councilmember Cornegy steps into NYCHA fray

Councilmember Robert Cornegy on Wednesday requested that Gov. Andrew Cuomo declare a state of emergency so that urgently needed repairs to heat and hot water can be rushed at New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) buildings. … Full Article

L Train coalition prepares to confront agencies on behalf of North Brooklyn

The words “New York City,” “transportation” and “crisis” have become as redundant as that “expect delays” sign that overlooks the Gowanus Expressway.  Just navigating around to observe and report on Gotham’s growing transit problems gets harder every day. … Full Article

Haitian Councilmember Mathieu Eugene sworn in for third term

On Sunday, Haitian City Councilmember Mathieu Eugene (D-Kensington-Flatbush) was sworn into office for his third term representing Brooklyn’s 40th District.  The ceremony took place at Erasmus Hall High School at 911 Flatbush Ave. … Full Article

Woes of subway schedules top neighborhood survey issues

The sad shape of transit services in Southwest Brooklyn neighborhoods like Bay Ridge, Dyker Heights, Bensonhurst and Bath Beach made it to the top of the list of concerns of local residents who responded to a City Council member’s survey focusing on issues the public wants lawmakers to address. … Full Article

Small but vocal crowd gathers outside Golden’s office to protest ‘ghetto drug’ remark

In the modern era of social media, when an off-hand comment can turn into a major political gaffe, one veteran Republican politician from Bay Ridge is catching heat. … Full Article

Proposed Coney Island ferry stop proves controversial

Borough President Eric Adams’ plan to build a ferry landing at West 21st Street and Neptune Avenue in Coney Island has garnered opposition from some locals, according to Brooklyn Daily. … Full Article


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