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News & Features lane-bryant
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Lane Bryant bashes Victoria’s Secret with #ImNoAngel campaign: http://t.co/ZTvBuVf3xd pic.twitter.com/9LZejHWN6Z — Adweek (@Adweek) April 9, 2015 Do sexy ads belong on subways? Councilman David Greenfield says no. The councilman is calling on the MTA to remove Lane Bryant’s new lingerie ads from the F train that moves through the Orthodox Jewish communities of Borough Park and…

News & Features Source: Councilman Carlos Menchaca's Office
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The votes started trickling in this weekend for Participatory Budgeting (PB), which allows community members help decide how New York City Council members use capital funds designated for their districts. City Council’s Mark Treyger, Carlos Menchaca and David Greenfied are all participating in the progressive initiative. “As a former civics teacher, I am proud to bring Participatory…

News & Features suspicious men
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https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=VHAXvCrjUXc Police are looking to speak to two men described as “Middle Eastern-looking” who locals say were acting suspiciously near two Ocean Parkway synagogues and attempting to take photographs of at least one of them on Saturday. The men approached the front doors of Congregation Bet Yaakob on Ocean Parkway and Avenue R at approximately 4:15pm,…

Transportation alternate side parking
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“Alternate-side parking regulations will be suspended for snow removal. Meters and all other parking regulations will remain in effect.” We’ve heard those words so frequently over the last couple of days, it’s almost a cliche. With Linus coating local streets in a thick sheet of ice, it makes sense that alternate-side parking has been suspended indefinitely – but…

Events Councilman David Greenfield (center) and Mayoral Candidate Christine Quinn standing in front of a Muni-Meter
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Run a non-profit organization? Now is your chance to learn how to secure capital funding for the upcoming year. As part of his ongoing commitment to increasing transparency in the city’s budget funding process, Councilman David Greenfield is inviting all non-profit organizations that serve his council district to attend his fifth annual budget workshop. The workshop…

News & Features Source: tsonny Flickr
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Were you forced to take an Uber home from the city on New Year’s Eve? Then you know the pain caused by price-surging, the practice of more than quadrupling cab fares when rides are in high-demand. A new bill, proposed by Councilman David Greenfield, aims to prevent livery or car service companies from charging more…

News & Features Colonel Marcus Playground Ribbon Cutting
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Some exciting changes are coming to Colonel David Marcus Park in Midwood, including brand-new handball and basketball courts. Councilman David Greenfield joined with Brooklyn Parks Commissioner Kevin Jeffrey and Community Board 12 Chairman Yidel Perlstein yesterday to cut the ribbon on the newly renovated courts at the park on Avenue P and East 4th in Brooklyn.…

Police & Fire Police enforce parking regulations on 21 Ave. Source: Councilman Greenfield's office.
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Police cracked down on commercial vehicles illegally parked on 21st Avenue running through Washington Cemetery on Sunday, issuing tickets to all trucks parked between 53rd Street and 57th Street. Previously, we wrote about problems caused by trucks parked on the Bay Parkway side of the cemetery. Not only do the noisy trucks use up residential parking spots, disrupt funerals, and leave…

News & Features bagbag
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The first City Council hearing on a proposed mandatory fee for plastic bags at grocery stores and supermarkets took place yesterday, and it’s already proving to be one of the most divisive issues to come before the usually lockstep Council body. Capital New York reports: The bill, Intro. 209, is being championed by Council members…

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