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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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Community Board 9 Review of 2016 Budget Requests – Join the Process and Help to Establish Priorities for Community

Friendly Reminder Notice!!!!!   As per the City Charter, community boards are given a broad range of responsibilities for advising the City about local budget needs and priorities.  The Charter mandates that community boards consult with agencies on the capital and expense budget needs of the district; hold public hearings; prepare capital and expense budget priorities for the next fiscal year; and react to the funding choices presented in the

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Arts Beat Reports Laveen Naidu, Executive Director of Dance Theater of Harlem Leaves DTH on January 5th

Laveen Naidu, the executive director of the Dance Theater of Harlem since December 2004, will leave his post on Jan. 5, the company said on Monday. Mr. Naidu, who has been credited with helping revive the company in 2012, after a long hiatus, will be an adviser to the organization through June 30. Sharon Gersten Luckman, a former executive director of the Alvin Ailey Foundation, will become a consultant to the company, and will oversee its day-to-day

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Sugar Hill Development Ribbon Cutting, November 21, 2014

Please join   Broadway Housing Communities and Mountco Construction and Development Corp.   Sugar Hill Development  Ribbon Cutting   Friday, November 21, 2014   2:30 pm   898 St. Nicholas Avenue @ 155th Street   124 Affordable Apartments 11,000+ SF Early Childhood Center 17,000+ SF Cultural Facility 4,000 SF Nonprofit Rental Space Parking Garage Silver LEED Certification   To RSVP or for more information:  rsvp@bhc.org

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Special District Proposed along Broadway 123rd – 158th by Affordable Housing Advocate

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Rodent Abatement Campaign Resumed by Senator Bill Perkins, Meeting Planned November 6th

For those of you who attended the September 25th meeting of the Rodent Task Force, it was very good to see you all. For all of those who were unable to attend I hope to see you at the Next meeting. We had planned the meeting for Wednesday, October 29th however, we are unable to hold the meeting that day. We are now looking at Thursday, November 6th . Please let me know if you can attend. I have received a lot of emails regarding the recent articles

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WNYC introduces tools to help NYC parents with the NYC public school admissions process

WNYC Introduces New and Improved SchoolBook.org Website Site Offers Parents the Most Comprehensive Set of Tools Available to Navigate the NYC Public School Application Process Service Includes Weekly Emails to Keep Middle School Parents on Top of Key Dates and Deadlines Site tools in English, Spanish, and Mandarin Email program in English and Spanish Starting today, SchoolBook.org, WNYC’s award-winning site devoted to helping families navicollaborationsgate

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Michael D. Armstrong Named New Board Chairman of Dance Theatre of Harlem

Michael D. Armstrong, Senior Vice President and General Manager of Viacom International Media Networks, appointed as the new Chairman of the Board, Dance Theatre of Harlem.  Mr Armstrong succeeds Kendrick Ashton, Jr., who will be remain a member of the Board of Directors.   "I am delighted to continue to serve DTH in my new role as Chairman.  Working alongside a dedicated staff, board and company, I assume this new role at a great time in

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City College of New York President Coico’s Proposed Project Threatens Architectural Integrity of the Hamilton Heights Historic District. Residents Outraged!

Help Protect the Hamilton Heights - Sugar Hill Historic Districts.  Join the Historic Preservation Advocacy Committee.  After many years of community advocacy and ongoing efforts to preserve and protect the historical and architectural integrity of the Hamilton Heights - Sugar Hill Districts, one of Manhattan's most desirable neighborhoods for it's rich housing stock, wide avenues, and quiet, foliaged blocks, City College of New York is about to

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