[Thanks to MonsterZro for submitting this.]
TJ’s Sammitch Shoppe & Deli will be changing owners soon. According to the ad the owner must sell it due to health reasons.
Here is the ad (craigslist)
Excellent opportunity to own an already established deli/cafe/grocery store. Located in a heavy traffic brooklyn area . It’s […]
Since the installation of the cement skate ramps over at the Gerritsen/Seba Avenue Skate Park,there has been more and more kids entering the park to skateboard, skate, BMX, and even roll around on razor scooters.
This isn’t necessarily a bad thing, however they know they shouldn’t be there becuase the park isn’t opened yet
Continue reading Seba Avenue Park Unofficially Open
From the Department of Health:
For the first time this season, the Health Department has detected West Nile virus in New York City mosquitoes. No human cases have been reported in NYC this year, but people have been stricken in 19 states. The Health Department reported today that a pool of mosquitoes collected […]
Gerritsen Beach Cares has a contract that covers removal of Graffiti on Gerritsen Avenue
Ever see graffiti on or around Gerritsen Avenue? If you do call to have it removed! The number you can call is 1800 668 6618 and it will be removed within 24 hours.
Including the stores around ave U […]
Dan Fosters 5k Fun Run & Walk to benefit St. Jude Children’s Research Hospital.
To be held on Saturday September 15th 2007 11:00am rain or shine.
The race will start at Gerritsen and Devon Avenues, the Cort Club, then racers will proceed to the Nature Trail at the Marine Park nature center, then back […]
Recently, we took a boat trip and photographed every bulkhead in Gerritsen beach. It looks like Canton Court, which collapsed a few years earlier, is sinking again.
Gerritsen Beach Cares is holding their Annual GB Games again this year on, Sunday, August 5, 2007 .
Starting 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Gerritsen Avenue from Cyrus to Lois Avenue
Activities will be free or low cost for the participants.
Continue reading GB Games Sunday, August 5, 2007
Found in the Creek
Here are some of the current property’s up for sale on Gerritsen Avenue.
Previous Post -Mike and Gerardâ€™s Seized again
A Capital Construction Project administered by the New York City Department of Design and Construction will begin soon in our community. The project will be reconstructing six(6) bulkheads.
Channel Avenue Garland Court Devon Avenue Hazel Court Everett Avenue Bartlett place
First up is going to be Bartlett Place. Oh boy! It needs it.
Guess what? According to New Yorkers for Parks (NY4P), New York City beaches are performing poorly overall
NY4P is the only independent watchdog for all the Cityâ€™s parks, beaches and playgrounds. They aren’t new either, they have been doing this for nearly 100 years.
They graded the beaches on 4 major service areas
- Drinking Fountains
NY4P has 4 goals with releasing this report.
- To provide city residents with an assessment of how each of the seven beaches is performing in comparison to each other. This easily accessible online information helps communities advocate for improved services for their beaches.
- To provide an independent assessment of beach performance from year to year against a defined minimum level of service. This creates accountability for providing both this defined level of service as well as improvements for every beach.
- To spark debate among communities, public agencies and advocates about how best to maintain and improve public beaches in need. The Report Card on Beaches provides a valuable service by identifying those beaches in greatest need, but more importantly, The Report Card indicates how we might begin to address that need.
- To highlight high- and low performing beaches, as well as systemic issues, in order to identify and implement best practices citywide.
Why a report card?
Waterfront access in New York City is precious, and the 14 miles of public beaches offer some of the few points along the shoreline where any New Yorker can jump in the water and swim. Beaches also afford opportunities for boating, birding, strolling, surfing, and relaxing. The Parks Department is responsible for ensuring that beaches are clean, safe and available for public use. The Report Card on Beaches highlights and monitors this important component of the Parks Departmentâ€™s inventory, and the results show that our beaches need additional care.
Results are below the fold. Kiddie beach isn’t going to be on the list.
Continue reading Report Card on Beaches 2007
Remember Dr. Ron Biondo? He is the president of Manhattan Beach Civic association, that called beach goers “thugs” in an email. Now he is in some new hot water, this time with the DOB.
Dr. Ron Biondo and Judy Baron, members of the Manhattan Beach Civic Group, both live on Exeter Street in separate homes. Both homes have complaints that were issued on May 7, 2007.
Biondo had another complaint on June 12 and received a violation three days later. The work done did not conform to approved plans. The work dealt with a rear extension on his porch. Biondo needs to comply by August 1, or he will be issued a fine, according to the Department of Buildings. Biondo, however, intends to fight the matter in court.
No action was taken for either by the Department of Buildings.
Continue reading Biondo’s House Does Not Comply
Welcome to Mini-Circuits who will be moving 200 employees from their Neptune Avenue location to what used to be Rainbow Lanes.
What is Mini-Circuits?
Mini-Circuits is a global leader in the design, manufacturing, and distribution of RF, IF, and microwave components covering the DC to 20GHz band, for commercial, industrial, space, and military, […]
Found in the middle of the creek off of White Island/Mau-Mau. Something from kiddie beach?
The library is aware of the graffiti. We will keep you posted.