The Gerritsen Inlet Bridge was built in 1940. It is a nine span structure over Gerritsen Inlet, with a clearance of 35 feet above the Mean High Water mark. It is located within the Gateway National Park Recreation area, DOT is working with the Coast Guard and the US Parks Service and NYC […]
Slated to begin in late 2008, the reconstruction of these bridges are slated to take as long as six years, but DOT promises limited disruption of traffic.
Situated in the Sheepshead Bay community, the Nostrand Avenue Bridge was built in 1940, and is a three spanÂ structure with vehicular traffic under the center […]
The Mill Basin Bridge is adjacent to the Jamaica Bay Wildlife Refuge and the Gateway National Recreation Area.Â It is a movable draw bridge on the Belt Parkway with a clearance over mean high water of 35 feet.Â The new structure will not be a draw bridge, but a fixed structure with a […]
Over at the SSJ Development Riviera Suites the blue construction fence has gone up. Real construction will start soon.
Changing from Grey to Stucco beige.
Radio Controlled Society of Marine Park
Although I couldn’t be there to take some pictures. Thanks to Mrs. McCormick for sending these in. It looked like alot of fun for everyone.
Good luck to the Gerritsen Beach Little Leaguers this season.
Does anyone have any pictures? I cant make it
Â [Hering Gull (Larus argentatus), Immature / PhotoJeffÂ Flickr]
Via SBPB Civic Message Board
The SSJ Development on Knapp Street now has all the permits needed to continue with constructions of their boat slips. A few months back there was letters of protest sent by hundreds of Gerritsen Beach residents to the Army Corps, but the Army Corps feels they addressed the […]
2498 Gerritsen Avenue formally the Law Office, is now the offices of Dr. Peloro, Dr. Buono, Dr. Infantino, and Dr. Fasano. They used to be located at Whitney Avenue.
Recently on Gerritsen Avenue the Department of Transportation laid out 6 traffic counting devices at the intersections of Florence & Gerritsen, and Cyrus & Gerritsen.
Not surprisingly, 3 of them have been damaged to the point that they aren’t able to work properly. They have been cut, ripped up and moved, and in […]
Parks Department and Gerritsen Beach residents have been working hard all week to get the Baseball Fields into shape.
The All Way Stop Sign on Avenue V and Brigham Street is going to be replaced soon with a traffic light.
For all the Channel Avenue traffic light advocates, this intersection obviously met the requirements for a light.