Advocacy

Town Hall to Discuss Improving Community-Police Relations this Sunday, 2/8

Town Hall to Discuss Improving Community-Police Relations this Sunday, 2/8 Please join us at a Town Hall to discuss improving community-police relations this Sunday. A similar Town Hall at Borough Hall two weeks ago was a success and interesting dialogue. Sunday, February 8 3 to 5 p.m. Union Temple 17 Eastern Parkway (across from the library at Grand Army Plaza) Third Floor Ballroom Hosted by […] read more >>
  • Feb 6, 2015 by pscc

PSCC Requests the reopening of hearings on NY Methodist’s expansion proposal

PSCC Requests the reopening of hearings on NY Methodist’s expansion proposal This letter to the Board of Standards and Appeals regarding the New York Methodist Hospital expansion was written by the PSCC subsequent to review of a request by neighborhood group Preserve Park Slope. PPS is asking the BSA to reopen the consideration of the minimum variances granted to the hospital based on new information. After […] read more >>
  • Dec 5, 2014 by pscc

The Nov. 21st Pop Up event

The Nov. 21st Pop Up event Now that the scaffolding is coming down at 4th & 9th (the subway station), PSCC is looking to ensure that the MTA makes the station attractive as well as fully functional! read more >>
  • Nov 22, 2014 by pscc

Change of Venue for #FixThisPublicSpace

Change of Venue for #FixThisPublicSpace Another great workshop . . . and a change of venue for #FixThisPublicSpace. New site – 4th Ave and 4th Street, outside JJ Byrne Park. [tribulant_slideshow gallery_id=”1″] Great news! MTA community representatives have told us that they are taking down the scaffolding at 4th Ave/ 9th St. Really soon! Perhaps even this Friday! (11/21) In […] read more >>
  • Nov 18, 2014 by pscc

CHIPS Ahoy! Please Chip In to Feed the Hungry in Park Slope

CHIPS Ahoy!  Please Chip In to Feed the Hungry in Park Slope ’Tis the giving season and CHIPS needs our support to help it meet its mission of fulfilling the daily nutritional needs of hundreds of families and individuals. Up to 250 men and women, regardless of immigration status and religious beliefs, receive hot meals daily in its soup kitchen. It also operates a residency shelter that houses […] read more >>
  • Nov 13, 2014 by pscc

(the new) Presidents’ Letter

(the new) Presidents’ Letter Co-presidents Judith Lief & Gilly Youner write, “The Civic Council has been active in Park Slope for almost 120 years, and now it’s our turn to shake it up a bit, starting with having two presidents instead of one…to share tasks, expand our network, and welcome an even wider range of community memberships.” read more >>
  • Sep 19, 2014 by pscc