Posts Tagged ‘November 2010 Civic News’

Judge: Atlantic Yards Fails the ‘Transparency’ Test

Judge: Atlantic Yards Fails the ‘Transparency’ Test On Nov. 9, State Supreme Court Justice Marcy Friedman reminded the ESDC of that difference, and in her decision gave a victory to critics of the massive Atlantic Yards. read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 22, 2010 by pscc

Fourth Moving Forward

Fourth Moving Forward Some 40 people came along for a Park Slope Civic Council-led walk, called “Moving Forward on Fourth,” on the crisp fall morning of Nov. 6. Experienced members of the community shared their knowledge with participants at 10 stops along the way and discussed a range of ideas for the thoroughfare. read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 22, 2010 by pscc

Water Is Life on Fourth Avenue

Water Is Life on Fourth Avenue Park Slope has had a complicated relationship with the longstanding community-mural movement. Very few of these wall paintings have ever been undertaken here, and of those, some were actively opposed by residents in the immediate vicinity much like many bike lanes are today. read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 22, 2010 by pscc

Historic District Expansion Is On Its Way

Historic District Expansion Is On Its Way After years of advocacy and outreach by the Civic Council, the South Slope is well on its way to final approval as part of a larger historic district. read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 22, 2010 by pscc

A Dark and Spooky Night

A Dark and Spooky Night Giant puppets cascaded down Seventh Avenue as masked revelers cheered them on during the 24th Annual Park Slope Civic Council Halloween Parade, on Sunday, Oct. 31. read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 21, 2010 by pscc

News and Notes, November 2010

News and Notes, November 2010 Join the Civic Council’s House Tour team; tree replacements; curb your appetite at a pop-up cafe; house audits for energy efficiency read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 21, 2010 by pscc