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Real Estate Matters: Is Citi Bike Putting Pedal-to-the-Metal in a race to Gentrify North Bed-Stuy?  80 Bike Stations Coming Soon to a Location Near You

Real Estate Matters: Is Citi Bike Putting Pedal-to-the-Metal in a race to Gentrify North Bed-Stuy? 80 Bike Stations Coming Soon to a Location Near You

🕔10:58, 23.Jul 2015

By Bernice Elizabeth Green Citi Bike’s new map is showing expansion of its wheel print by installing 80 bike-sharing stations in areas you thought you’d never see them – at least for now.   That includes thousands of bikes and hundreds

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Special Interest Group Targets Local Assembly Members on Religious School Tax Credit

Special Interest Group Targets Local Assembly Members on Religious School Tax Credit

🕔16:12, 20.Jun 2015

By Mary Alice Miller Latrice Walker, Diana Richardson and Rodneyse Bichotte are among 44 Assembly members under pressure from special interest groups that want to see a tax credit for private and religious schools. The Coalition for Opportunity in Education

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The Great Takeaway: Brooklyn’s American Tragedy

The Great Takeaway: Brooklyn’s American Tragedy

🕔07:28, 12.Jun 2015

“I can’t believe it. I can’t believe anything like this could happen in America.” Rita Gray, 75, Owner, Property at Fulton & Bedford The American dream is turning into an American nightmare for Rita Gray, her family and thousands of

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MacDonough Street Buildings Still Stand Judge Grants Stay Until February 2 Presentation of Engineering Reports

MacDonough Street Buildings Still Stand Judge Grants Stay Until February 2 Presentation of Engineering Reports

🕔18:10, 7.May 2015

By Bernice Elizabeth Green (January 28, 2010) New York City is a mosaic of stories. And one of the most heartrending yet heartwarming can be seen in action on MacDonough Street, between Lewis and Stuyvesant Avenue in historic Stuyvesant. It

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305 Decatur Street Tenants Face Unrelenting Hardships

🕔10:51, 25.Apr 2015

By Mary Alice Miller Shameeka Hughes and her three children lived at 305 Decatur Street until 2010 when the management company for her building – Shinda Management Corp. – took her to court for nonpayment of rent. Shameeka produced for

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Community Questions about… Herbert Von King Park Cultural Arts Center #1

Community Questions about… Herbert Von King Park Cultural Arts Center #1

🕔09:20, 25.Apr 2015

By Bernice Elizabeth Green Last week, Our Time Press reported the closing of Von King Park Cultural Arts Center. In fact, as reported in local media, there were two closings. The first was the announcement that the center at 670

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Bed-Stuy Homeowners Face Increasing Costs Due To Bribery Scam

Bed-Stuy Homeowners Face Increasing Costs Due To Bribery Scam

🕔19:06, 19.Feb 2015

By Stephen Witt Bed-Stuy homeowner Eric Nathaniel just received a letter from State Farm, and it wasn’t pretty. It said his deductible for homeowner insurance has shot from $1,000 to $2,500. “For making a claim that was never my fault!,”

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Bed-Stuy Rocked with Building Inspectors “On The Take” As Gentrification Grows

Bed-Stuy Rocked with Building Inspectors “On The Take” As Gentrification Grows

🕔21:26, 12.Feb 2015

By Stephen Witt To Bedford-Stuyvesant homeowner Eric Nathaniel, this week’s massive bust of 50 people including city Department of Buildings (DOB) and Department of Housing Preservation and Development (“HPD”) employees, property managers and owners, expeditors, contractors and one engineer was

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Bed-Stuy Satmars Interested for Black & Jewish Affordable Housing Complex

🕔19:50, 18.Dec 2014

Bed-Stuy Satmars Interested in Black & Jewish Affordable Housing Complex By Stephen Witt The community-based organization that provides a myriad of social services to the Satmar religious sect of Jews that have been migrating into Bedford-Stuyvesant from Williamsburg said they

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Bed-Stuy Agrees: Throw Racist NBA Owner out of Basketball

Bed-Stuy Agrees: Throw Racist NBA Owner out of Basketball

🕔11:53, 2.May 2014

    By Stephen Witt Bedford-Stuyvesant’s court of public opinion stood squarely behind National Basketball Association Commissioner Adam Silver’s decision of a lifetime ban on Los Angeles Clippers owner Donald Sterling from all NBA games and ownership operations. People interviewed

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