Wednesday, May 03, 2006

 

Huge Crowd Attends CB7 Meeting 5/2




A crowd estimated at 350 people attended the May 2nd Community Board 7 meeting at Broadway at 110th Street. Officials grew concerned about the size of the crowd and restricted admittance to the building due to fire codes. A long line of area residents waited patiently on West 110th Street in the brisk evening air and--eventually--gained admittance. Dozens of neighborhood residents addressed Board members directly during the public session, urging members to support 8A zoning for Broadway and 8B zoning for the side streets to protect the area's brownstones. Residents called for swift action from the Board and demanded that a resolution in support of 8A and 8B be passed at the Board's June meeting.

Tuesday, May 02, 2006

 

Join Us for a Neighborhood Walking Tour





Please join us for a free walking tour of our neighborhood, from West 96th to 110th Street. We'll learn about the social and economic history of our area, view architectually significant buildings, and hear about the impact of zoning changes. The tour is being sponsored jointly by Park West Village Neighborhood History Group and the Columbus Amsterdam Business Improvement District. The tour will be offered on two dates:

Saturday, May 6th at 11:00 AM
Wednesday, May 17th at 6:00 PM

The tour will start promptly at the Northeast corner of Broadway and West 96th Street (Citibank). The tour will run about 90 minutes and will end at West 110th Street and Amsterdam Avenue.

For reservations, call 212-666-9774 or contact info@columbus-amsterdam-bid.org

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