Now, we have a chance to make our case to the one person who matters most: MTA/NYC Transit President Andy Byford. On Tuesday, May 29th, from 6:30 - 8:30, Assembly Member Robert Carroll is holding an MTA Town Hall with Byford at the John Jay Educational Complex at 237 7th Avenue (between 4th & 5th Streets in Park Slope).
This is a great chance to make your voice heard -- to let President Byford know how desperately our community wants the B71 bus back. Please bring signs, stories, testimony, model buses, whatever you’ve got!
Byford recently announced the MTA’s new “Bus Action Plan,” a strong plan to improve bus service in New York City, with efforts to speed up buses, reduce board times, and much more. As part of the plan, we promised to take a hard look at new routes. So here’s our chance to put the B71 at the top of his list.
So I hope to see you there!
Complete your NYCHA annual review at the Red Hook Community Justice Center. Staff is available to assist tenants. You walk in or make an appointment by contacting 718-923-8250.
Letter from NYCHA with your USER NAME listed (or SS number and date of birth if you did not receive this letter)
Proof of any income for anyone of the age of 18: W-2 Form; Job Letter, Paystubs; SSI Award letter; PA Budget Letter; Pension/Annuity Statement
Proof of any identification and income for anyone you are adding to the household that is over the age 18
School letter for any persons over age 18 and not employed
A weekly yoga class at a therapeutics yoga studio in Red Hook which is focused on alignment, healing from injuries, strengthening, flexibility, with a foundation of back care. The class is offered by donation suggested $15-20 - however if you cannot pay that then I am happy to work something out with you. My email is firstname.lastname@example.org -- please email me to rsvp and let me know that you are coming.
Free dance workshops taught by professional dancers. Held every Tuesday at the Red Hook Justice Center.
*Dance *Learn *Exercise with your neighbors.
Free Art Classes at the Red Hook Library three days a week!!
Classes occur on the following times:
Tuesdays 3:15-4:15 (Ages 4-7)
Tuesdays 4:15-5:15 (Ages 8-12)
Wednesdays 3:30-4:30 (Ages 10-17)