Installation has started of the flashing yellow traffic signal that was promised on Gerritsen Avenue. Yesterday, the Department of Transportation, ran the conduit for the power for the poles approximatively 150 feet away from actual intersection of Gerritsen and Channel Avenues.
This effectively kills any chance for a full (red, yellow, green) traffic […]
I guess you could say they must of really been on the run
The NYC Department of Transportation is conducting another traffic study. They have installed four traffic survey counters at Gerritsen & Avenue U one for each direction.
Please don’t destroy these, like last time.
In years past there has always been three crossing guards for PS 277 at Allen, Bijou and Channel Avenues.
Since the beginning of this school year there has been some confusion with crossing guards not showing up and leaving Bijou and/or Channel with no one.
It took numerous calls from parents to the […]
A Slow Day – Only Two Buses
It has to be said.
Garbage! Garbage! Garbage! Enough with the Garbage.
Despite artful messages the Gerritsen Avenue Soccer Fields are filthy! Why? Because our fields are growing more and more popular during the week with Day Care Camps. They come in by the busload and […]
There is a new storefront coming next to Salon Siena.
We understand that this is just a puddle but it’s no ordinary puddle – It’s OUR HUGE puddle. Too big for what was a short period of rain.
It’s all due to a clogged storm drain at Channel Avenue.
A 50 + year battle to get a traffic signal at Channel Avenue has come to an end – thanks to the Gerrittsen Beach Property Owners and State Senator Marty Golden.
State Senator Martin J. Golden is today announcing that he has received notification from the Department of Transportation that a flashing yellow […]
Today, a city contractor took out at least five bus shelters on Gerritsen Avenue. They did this while raining forcing people to stand in the rain, not to mention the extended forecast calls for more rain.
Rain is a short term complaint. What does this mean for the long term?! Well for […]
This morning a NYS DEC hazmat team inspected the contents of an unknown drum abandoned on Gerritsen Avenue near Lois Avenue Weeds Side.
Interesting site to see two suited-up people in hazmat suits complete with duct-taped gloves.
It turned out that it was diesel fuel but who leaves a drum of diesel fuel […]
Parks Employee with a Chainsaw RUN!!!!!!!!
You may have noticed a difference in the weeds across from the library. The Parks Department came in today to clear out non-native invasive trees for a scheduled planting in October. They plan on planting 2000 native trees and 500 native shrubs.
They have been spraying the […]
Since the island was installed was installed back in November 2009 things promised to get better. Today, A car fliped on Gerritsen Avenue today, no details on the why or the how. but the police responded, flipped the car, and EMS took away the driver.
Our neighborhood downtown Brooklyn based community paper recently picked up on the possibility of a traffic signal on Gerritsen Avenue. Maybe they picked up the story out of thin air because they weren’t at the meeting.
Even though they added nothing to the story at hand, they did add additional exposure – which in the end is good for us.
Continue reading Courier Life Picks Up On the Stop Light Being Considered for Gerritsen Avenue
This tree at the last house at the point has been uneasily leaning against the house. It’s been temporarily secured with a chain but is still in danger of falling.
If there are any other trees out there please call 311 to report a dangerous or fallen tree.
If you have not already noticed DOT has laid down the strips they use for a traffic study approaching the Channel Avenue intersection.
This study was requested by Senator Goldens office along with the Gerritsen Beach Property Owners Association for a Traffic Signal at Channel […]