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Pedal over to Asser Levy Park, at Sea Breeze Avenue and Surf Avenue, tonight, Monday, July 13 from 6-7pm to register your ride with the NYPD. Officers from the 60th Precinct will be engraving bicycles with a unique serial number to help them return stolen bikes to their owners. “Having your bike registered with the…

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https://twitter.com/NYCityAlerts/status/611602228852428800 UPDATE BELOW Original post: A dispute turned fatal after a suspect slashed a police officer, causing police to open fire killing the man, according to reports. The incident took place just across from Asser-Levy Park, where children were playing, on Sea Breeze Avenue and West 1st Street at around 1:30pm today. The Daily News…

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Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz and representatives from several prominent Jewish organizations are hosting the Brooklyn Unites for Israel Rally and Concert torrow at 6 p.m. at Asser Levy Park (Ocean Parkway and Surf Avenue). The pol’s office said they expect thousands to attend. Sponsors include the Jewish Community Relations Council of New York (JCRC-NY), the Simon Wiesenthal Center, the Zionist…

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The Coney Island Boardwalk Community Garden received an agreement from the city to stop construction of the amphitheater on the site of their recently destroyed garden. Construction will be postponed until June 10 when the Kings County Supreme Court will hear the case. The local garden community lost their greens, cats and chickens last year during a…

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The following is a press release from the offices of Councilman Chaim Deutsch: New York City Council Member Chaim Deutsch (D-Brooklyn), a strong advocate for improving all parks within the 48th district, will host a town hall meeting at Trump Village on Monday, March 24th, inviting community members to discuss their thoughts regarding necessary upgrades…

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The New York City Community Garden Coalition is suing the city on behalf of the Boardwalk Community Garden in Coney Island, which lost its city-owned land to make way for a seaside amphitheater. Just days after the City Council approved a plan to make a 5,099-seat concert venue at the landmarked Childs Restaurant in December,…

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