This Week in Chelsea: February 17-23, 2020

Thursday, February 20, 7pm: Midtown South Community Council Meeting | The Midtown South Community Council was established in 1983 to enhance quality of life by addressing the concerns of its residents and local businesses: trash collection, tree planting, criminal offenses, and other issues are always on the Council’s agenda. They resolve their issues by coordinating the voices of the community with the Police Department and other city agencies. The Feb 20 meeting starts at 7pm, at the Hotel New Yorker (481 Eighth Ave., at W. 34th St.). The Council meets on the third Thursday of each month, except for July, Aug. and Dec. On Feb. 20, the the guest speakers address housing matters. For more info, visit midtownsouth.org.

Thursday, February 20: Chelsea Reform Democratic Club Meeting | For details, see the below flyer. To visit the CRDC website, click here.

Free Fitness Classes | Ryan Chelsea-Clinton is offering free fitness classes for everyone, including Zumba, Low-Impact Cardio, and Dance Cardio. For info, see the below flyer.

Heat or Hot Water Off in Your Building? Here’s What to Do | There are enforceable standards to protect you from winter’s bitter cold—as Chelsea’s 10th Precinct of the NYPD reminded us, in a public safety-minded message sent via Twitter. We’re passing it along. Follow the 10th Precinct on Facebook, via #NYPD10PCT and on Twitter, via @NYPD10Pct. For more info, click here. The 10th Precinct tweeted: “If the heat or hot water is turned off in your building, please call 311. See the attached photo regarding the heating rules.”

Image via the 10th Precinct

—Listings compiled by Scott Stiffler

 

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