Posts Tagged ‘Park Slope Neighbors’

A Step Toward Slow Zones

A Step Toward Slow Zones After a spirited discussion of the pros and cons of the initiative — at our Jan. 21 community meeting and Feb. 2 Trustees Meeting — the Civic Council’s trustees voted in favor of an application for slow zones that would encompass Park Slope. read more >>
  • Posted on Feb 26, 2012 by pscc

A Debate on Whether ’20 Is Plenty’ for Park Slope

A Debate on Whether ’20 Is Plenty’ for Park Slope The proposal for a neighborhood slow zone in Park Slope inspired a healthy debate at the Civic Council’s February Board Meeting, and took up a significant part of the evening’s agenda. read more >>
  • Posted on Feb 26, 2012 by pscc

Improving Our Public Spaces

Improving Our Public Spaces In March 2006, the Park Slope Civic Council devoted its annual community forum to issues of traffic and transportation. More than 200 audience members gathered in the Old First Reformed Church’s sanctuary to listen to panelists discuss traffic calming and placemaking, residential parking permits and Atlantic Yards, and more. read more >>
  • Posted on Nov 3, 2011 by pscc