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Sugar Hill Greenmarket

Locally grown fruits, vegetables and more. Where: 155th & St Nicholas Avenue, Broadway Housing When: Saturdays, 8am - 4pm Duration: July 25 - November 21, 2015

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Saving Place Series: The Politics of Preservation

The New York City Landmarks Law establishes a system for the designation, protection, and preservation of the city's most important architectural and historic properties. The law is implemented by the Landmarks Commission, which is mandated to work with the City Council in carrying out its mission of designating new landmarks. Its work is also impacted by various individuals and groups that have a direct stake in the process: property owners and

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Saving Place: Is Preservation Elitist?

           While many of New York’s designated historic districts are known for their grand architecture (such as Brooklyn Heights and the Upper East Side), an increasing number of others – including Tin Pan Alley, Flushing, Weeksville, and Chinatown– are famed for their distinctive cultural character. But how exactly do you preserve a “culturally distinctive” place? In some cases is formal preservation actually a hindrance to

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PlaNYC 2015 Parks & Public Spaces Meeting, Friday, March 27th at 11:00 am

As you know, every four years, the New York City Office of the Mayor updates PlaNYC to chart our course as a City for the next decade and beyond. PlaNYC is the Administration’s blueprint for New York City’s long-term plan for growth, sustainability, resiliency and now equity.   I am writing to invite you to attend a PlaNYC 2015 Parks and Public Space meeting on Friday, March 27th from 11:30AM to 1:00PM at Building Energy Exchange, 31 Chambers

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NYCommons – Preserving Public Spaces in Communities

NYCommons, a project of the Urban Justice Center, Common Cause New York, and the Fund for Public Advocacy. NYCommons is in the planning stages, and we would like your input to help shape a citywide coalition to influence policy making around how the city deals with its public assets.NYCommons Project One Pager One of the goals of the project is to provide local stakeholders with tools needed to impact decisions around the future of their parks, libraries,

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SUNY ATTAIN Computer Lab Re-Opens in Harlem

SUNY ATTAIN computer lab at the Drew Hamilton Community Center at 143rd Street (between 7th & 8th Avenues) in Harlem. SUNY ATTAIN (Advanced Technology Training And Information Networking) is a state-wide network of community computer labs that offer a broad range of self-paced academic, occupational and employability computer courseware and instructor-led Microsoft Office certification classes – for FREE – to residents in underserved communities.

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NYC Department of Youth & Community Development 2015 Summer Youth Program

NYC DYCD Summer Youth Program registration for host sites. Applications for host sites for the Summer Youth Employment Program are now open. Get matched with youth who will work with your community group or non profit while learning valuable skills.   Click here for more information: Work Site Request Registration

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Just Food Conference 2015, March 15th at Teachers College, Columbia University

Just Food Conference 2015 Website The annual Just Food Conference is around the corner - join organizers, community leaders, farmers, and food professionals for a full day of panels, policy discussions, and good food. Conference programming will cover over 40 different topics including farm and food policy issues, approaches to urban agriculture, culinary and food preservation techniques, and community-driven efforts to advance food justice throughout

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Department of Parks Street Trees Census: Volunteers Needed

The 2015 Street Tree Census - Can we count on you? Trees Count! 2015 is recruiting volunteers to map the street trees along every single NYC block from May to November in 2015.  Register online to become a volunteer and help gather the information we need about your local trees. Visit nyc.gov/parks/treescount or call 311. Trees are an integral part of the city and provide essential benefits such as clean air and water.  They need your help to

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West Harlem Development Corporation Offers Free Two-Week Scholarships for Summer 2015! Lottery Deadline March 25th

West Harlem Development Corporation will conduct a lottery for 12, two-week scholarships to Columbia University's Roar-ee's Cubs Camp this summer.   The scholarships are for Community District 9 residents only. CD9 runs from 110th Street until 155th Street from the Hudson River to an eastern boundary along Manhattan, Morningside, St Nicholas, Bradhurst and Edgecombe Avenues.   Winning applicants will receive a free two-week session between

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