Through April 14, Cast Your D3 Participatory Budgeting Vote In-Person & Online

Through April 14, Cast Your D3 Participatory Budgeting Vote In-Person & Online

Voting for NYC Council District 3’s Participatory Budgeting Projects Through Saturday, April 14, Online & In-Person | New York City Council Member Erik Bottcher has once again allocated $1 million from this year’s capital discretionary budget to be spent on capital improvement projects (schools, parks, libraries, streets, etc.) throughout the District 3 coverage area. The […]

This Week In & Around Chelsea: April 8-14, 2024

This Week In & Around Chelsea: April 8-14, 2024

Here’s What’s Happening This Week In & Around Chelsea Voting for NYC Council District 3’s Participatory Budgeting / Friends of Chelsea Green Park Fundraising Auction and Mixer  / Return of the Red Umbrellas / Know Your Utility Rights / The Return of Down to Earth Farmers Market Chelsea Voting for NYC Council District 3’s Participatory […]

This Week In & Around Chelsea: April 1-7, 2024

This Week In & Around Chelsea: April 1-7, 2024

Here’s What’s Happening This Week In & Around Chelsea The Full Board of Manhattan Community Board 4 / NYC Council District 3’s Participatory Budgeting Project Expo / Programming for Children at Chelsea Recreation Center / A View From Today: Contemporary Landscapes by Denise Adler, Kathleen Gefell, & Ken Nelson /  NOTE: If Accessing This Listing […]

Guest Opinion: Yes to Housing in God’s Backyard

Guest Opinion: Yes to Housing in God’s Backyard

BY NYC MAYOR ERIC ADAMS | When we came into office, we had a clear mission: protect public safety, rebuild our economy as quickly as possible, and make our city more livable for everyday New Yorkers. The key to livability is affordable housing. It is the bedrock on which New Yorkers can build a family, […]

As Deadline Looms, Local Journalism Sustainability Act Advocates Seek FY’25 State Budget Inclusion

As Deadline Looms, Local Journalism Sustainability Act Advocates Seek  FY’25 State Budget Inclusion

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | What do the bald eagle, gray wolf, and American peregrine falcon have in common? Well, besides a reputation for majestic poses based largely on postage stamps bearing their illustrated likeness, “Each faced the brink of extinction and have now rebounded,” crowed a December 28, 2023 featured content article published to coincide […]

This Week In & Around Chelsea: March 25-31, 2024

This Week In & Around Chelsea: March 25-31, 2024

Here’s What’s Happening This Week In & Around Chelsea NYC Council Member Erik Bottcher’s Free Tax Filing Service, March 27 / Marshall Plan for Moms Task Force Virtual Public Meeting / 10th Precinct Community Council Meeting: / The 10th Precinct Sector C Build the Block Meeting / Programming for Children at Chelsea Recreation Center / […]

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