November 30, 2010: 2010, Issue 48
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Tuesday, Nov. 30, 2010

Over 1,200 new HPD violations in Millbank

The saga with the so-called Millbank properties continue. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Education Council ask for P.S.14 investigation

With problems still unresolved at P.S. 14, city officials are looking to set up a meeting with the Community Education District Council 8. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

St. Paul Avenue to turn back around

Turn it back! Comment.

Assemblyman Benedetto: set our parking meters free for the holidays

If Assemblyman Mike Benedetto could get one wish granted this holiday season, it would be that the city implements a parking meter moritorium in the outer boroughs. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

CB 11 narrows candidate list for new district manager

It may be a while before there’s a new district manager at Community Board 11, but the process is steadily moving along. Comment.

Football boosts 161st Street businesses

The Notre Dame football team may have won the game on Saturday, November, 20, but it was the Bronx businesses that truly walked away from the day victorious. Comment.

Courtlandt Corners brings mixed-income housing to Melrose

Courtlandt Corners promises to be a mixed-income development for 323 families in Melrose. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Property owners and merchants show support for BID at first pubilc hearing

Westchester Square property owners recently held the first of two public hearings to establish a business improvement district, and so far it’s nearly a unanimous support for the effort. Comment.
Bronx Times Reporter

Weisneifski’s name now on Van Nest war monument

Peter Wiesneifski is no longer an unsung hero. Comment.

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