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We need a new Track for Betsey Head Park!
FOOD COOPERATIVE OFFICE & NEARBY STORE FIR GOOD SHOPPING OF HEALTJY ORGANIC, non GMO, VEGE VARIETY OF FOOD GOODS. OTHER NEIGHBORHOODS HAVE THRM:. FLATBUSH FOOD COOPERATIVE, PARK SLOPE FOOD COOP, ETC
<p>3 Black Cats Café and Cakery and Dream Big Innovation Center</p>
PS 125 is great location for a Brownsville Cultural Arts Center
The Sabaoth Group - Providing management support and incubation space for local nonprofits and community leaders!
A community center in the old 73rd Precinct Building that would provide STEM training to high school students in and from District 23. The facility would also act as a local STEAM incubator.
$20 million allocated by the City for the rehabilitation of Houston and Powell Playgrounds; last phase of construction to be complete by Summer '16
Friends of Brownsville Parks is working closely with NYC Parks & Recreation to renovate Betsy Head Park!
Restaurants and small eateries are necessary so when we don't have to leave Brownsville to enjoy healthy and multi- cultured cuisine
Would love to see low maintenance plants along median from Livonia to Sutter
The Pitkin Avenue Business Improvement District is comprised of 10 blocks between Howard Avenue and Mother Gaston Blvd extending along Rockaway Blvd between Glenmore and Belmont Avenues committed to the... Read more...
More than just baseball happens here! Betsy Head needs a new multipurpose turf so residents can also play football, soccer, cricket, and more!
<p>No easy way to get from East Parkway to Pitkin Ave by bicycle</p>
I think the city should provide incentives or make it affordable to start small family owned businesses such as restaurants, cafes and bakeries. There is nowhere in Brownsville where families can go enjoy... Read more...
I would like to see a community space for youth and events!
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