KHCC hosts Citizenship Workshop 3/21

KHCC hosts Citizenship Workshop 3/21

Speak Up is Saturday, Feb 23 Lehman College

19th ANNUAL BRONX PARKS SPEAK UP DATE: Saturday, February 23, 2013 TIME: 11:00 AM – 5:00 PM (Registration, Refreshments, and Networking begins at 11:00) PLACE: Lehman College, Faculty Dining Rm (Bx10 or Bx26 bus, D or 4 train to Bedford Pk. Blvd.) The theme of Speak Up 2013 is History, Parks & Culture: Using Open […]

Planning for the Cannon Place Retaining Wall

Community Board 8’s Transportation and Traffic Committee will be holding a meeting on Tuesday, November 20 to hear about plans to rebuild the Cannon Place retaining wall. Presenting will be the agency responsible for the project, the Department of Design and Construction. The meeting will be held at 7:30 in the evening in Vladek Hall, […]

Howard Padernacht Way renaming

The northern end of Giles Place will be officially renamed for Howard Padernacht on Saturday, November 17th, at 11:30 am. Everyone is welcome to attend.

Financial Info Fair

University Neighborhood Housing Program is sponsoring a Neighborhood Resource Fair on We, July 25, from 6-8 in the Our Lady of Refuge Parish Center (290 East 196th St). Get info on financial issues — getting out of debt, checking your credit report, preventing foreclosure, building your small business, and more. Free services and immediate assistance. […]

See Hitchcock Films at Lehman this month!!

Lehman College will be showing 8 classic Hitchcock films, all in new hi-def prints (guess I should say versions), at the Lovinger Theatre this month! Great movies, right nearby, in a comfortable air conditioned theatre, only $8!!

Vote in the Primary, Tuesday, June 26!!!

  Due to redistricting, most Bronxites in Kingsbridge, Kingsbridge Heights, Marble Hill, Norwood, and Bedford Park will no longer be in the 17th Congressional District, represented by Eliot Engel. We will be in the 13th Congressional District, which includes Harlem, Washington Heights, Inwood, and most of the Northwest Bronx (with the exception of Riverdale), and […]

TONIGHT: Land Use Committee discusses Broadway Plaza, Manhattan College Commons

The Community Board 8 Land Use Committee will be meeting tonight to discuss plans for the development of Broadway and 230th St, and to hear further news on Manhattan College’s plans to build a student commons on what is now a parking lot at the end of West 240th Street. (The project is intended to […]

Public documents relating to Harlem River/Fresh Direct Here is a link to documents discovered and shared by the public– not the government– that relate to the proposal to give Fresh Direct $130 million in subsidies to relocated on the Bronx waterfront. Check out the NEGATIVE Environmental Assessments done for Fresh Direct, the nonbinding “Memorandum of Understanding” concocted by BP Ruben Diaz, […]