When: Tuesday, December 16, 6:00PM
Where: CNR-Center Light Health Care Center, 727 Classon Avenue (corner of Park Place)
NYCDOT will be presenting a refined safety proposal for the intersection of Atlantic/Washington/Underhill Avenues at a jointTransportation Committee meeting with Community Boards 2 and 8 on Tuesday, December 16th. DOT previously proposed improvements to the intersection in 2011, but implementation was delayed due to water main construction at the location. A representative from DOT said that the agency’s intention now is to complete construction of the Washington Avenue improvements in the spring of 2015.
Thursday, December 11, 2014
Walt Whitman Theater at Brooklyn College
2900 Campus Road
(Near the Junction of Nostrand Avenue & Avenue H)
Registration Period: 5 to 9 p.m.
Hearing Begins: 6 p.m.
By Subway: to Flatbush Av Brooklyn College
By Bus: B6, B11, B41, B41-LTD, B44, B44, SBS, B103, Q35
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Thursday, December 11, 2014
Concern for Independent Living
151 Rochester Avenue (between Prospect Place & St. Marks Ave)
Brooklyn, NY 11213
1. Meeting Call to order
2. Roll Call
3. Acceptance of Minutes
4. Ms. Sharon McLeod from the New York Memory Center will report on the statistics of Alzheimer’s disease and the impact in Brooklyn.
5. Ms. Nicole Francois, Assistant Vice President, Strategic Development & External Affairs at Interfaith Medical Center will make a presentation.
7. Action Items:
A) Housing/ULURP Committee
B) SLA and Sidewalk Café Review Committee
8. Report from the following committees:
- Economic Development
- Public Safety
- Youth & Family Services
9. Old Business/New Business
10. Acknowledgement of Elected Officials/Agency Reps
11. Public Comments/Announcements
Below are two services recently announced by Councilwoman Laurie Cumbo’s office:
A question was asked at one of our general meetings what legal recourse a tenant can use when a landlord pushes out a tenant and claims that it would be used for his family’s use and then turns around and uses it for something else. Below is the answer, shared by a rep from Councilwoman Cumbo’s office.
When a landlord pushes out a tenant and claims that it would be used for his family’s use and then turns around and uses it for something else, what legal recourse can a tenant use?
It would depend on two things: Is it a rent regulated apartment? And, was there a court case?
If the answer to both questions is yes, the answer is:
1. The landlord might be precluded from taking rent increases for the building (though that would depend on DHCR)
2. The tenant might have a cause of action for damages against the landlord (he’d have to sue in Supreme Court). If the answer to both is no, then:
If the apartment is not regulated and the lease has expired (or there never was a lease), the landlord does not have to give a reason for evicting the tenant. So if the landlord gives a reason that turns out to not be true (or the landlord changed its mind), it’s really neither here nor there.
The landlord cannot forcibly remove the tenant without a court order. If the tenant voluntarily moves out then that’s fine, or if the landlord obtains a court order and a city marshal evicts the tenant, that’s legal.
Taking place from November 14th, 2014 through January 18th, 2014, SHOP LOCAL CB8 is an initiative by the Economic Development Committee of Community Board 8 to promote shopping locally in North Crown Heights, Prospect Heights and Weeksville,
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