Alternate side of the street parking regulations for purpose of street cleaning will be suspended this Thursday, August 15, in observance of the Feast of the Assumption. All other regulations, including parking meters, shall remain in effect. You can download your own 2013 Alternate Side Parking Suspension calendar — in English, as well as in Chinese, Haitian Creole, Italian, Korean, Russian or Spanish (all PDFs) — from the NYC DOT’s website.
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Alternate side of the street parking regulations will be suspended for street cleaning purposes, Thursday, May 17, in observance of the Solemnity of the Ascension. All other regulations, including parking meters, will remain in effect.
Alternate side of the street parking regulations for street cleaning will be suspended today, April 12, through Saturday, April 14, for the observance of Holy Thursday (Orthodox), Good Friday (Orthodox), and Passover. All other regulations, including parking meters, shall remain in effect.
You can download a copy of the city’s 2012 Alternate Side Parking Suspension Calendar here.
A reminder for all the automobile-endowed readers of Sheepshead Bites: Alternate side of the street parking regulations will be suspended for street cleaning, April 5 to 7 (Thursday through Saturday) for Holy Thursday, Good Friday and Passover. All other regulations, including parking meters, will remain in effect.
As previously reported here (where you can also get a complete listing of the entire 2012 NYC Parking Calendar), alternate side of the street parking regulations for street cleaning will be suspended on Monday, February 20, in observance of Presidents Day, and Wednesday, February 22, in observance of Ash Wednesday. All other street parking regulations, including parking meters, remain in effect.
As our nation remembers our history, we remember our discarded history books.
These books were seen ruined in the wet June weather this past month on East 18 Street, near the Super Stop and Shop store between Avenue Y and Avenue Z.
The volume with the dust jacket still intact was entitled, Mirror of the Past, a History of Secret Diplomacy, and was written by K. Zilliacus, M.P. Little is known about the book and its author from our initial research, but it seemed interesting that the book was also listed with the alternate title of The Mirror of The Past, Lest It Reflect The Future.
The other book will remain even more mysterious, due to the surgical glove that hindered it from further investigation.
May this 4th of July, be your time of patriotic reflection of the past 233 years of U.S. history, not a discarded relic of the modern day, commemorated not only by hot-dog eating contests — unless, of course, they’re Nathan’s Famous shoved down your throat Southern Brooklyn-style at Coney Island.
Have a fun, but important Independence Day!