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Well, folks, looks like it’ll be a while before we have to worry about moving our cars. The city announced that alternate side parking regulations will remain suspended from today, February 4, through Saturday, February 7 to facilitate snow removal. However, payment at parking meters will remain in effect throughout the city. For more information, you…

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Heads up, drivers – alternate side parking regulations have been suspended on Thursday, January 29; Friday, January 30; and Saturday, January 31 to allow for snow removal, city officials announced this afternoon. Alternate side parking regulations are also suspended today, Wednesday, January 28. Payment at parking meters, however, will remain in effect throughout the city.…

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Because everyone appreciates a heads-up, here’s the city’s alternate-side parking calendar for 2015. It’s subject to change occasionally due to weather, of course, but this is what it’ll be otherwise. For last-minute updates, you can sign up for an email from the Department of Transportation, or check their Alternate Side Parking Twitter stream.

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Thursday, December 25 is Christmas, and if you’re headed out of town, here’s hoping your travels are safe and easy despite the crummy weather. If you’re sticking around the neighborhood, note that Christmas Eve, Wednesday, December 24, is not an official city holiday, so all city government offices, including courts, are open. Here’s some information you might need…

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Several “underdeveloped areas” of Brooklyn can be used to build affordable housing – including municipal parking lots in Brighton Beach, Bensonhurst, and Midwood – according to a new report by Brooklyn Borough President Eric Adams. The parking lots, like one facing the Riegelmann Boardwalk between Brighton 2nd Street and Brighton 4th Street, can be sold to create approximately 2,000 affordable housing units,…

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Thursday, November 27 is Thanksgiving, and if you’re headed out of town, here’s hoping your travels are safe and easy despite the crummy weather. If you’re sticking around the neighborhood, here’s some information you might need to know: Government Offices, Parking, And Sanitation Government offices, post offices, public libraries, courts, and the Department of Motor…

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The following is a press release from the offices of Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz: Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz (D-Brooklyn) is urging the Board of Standards and Appeals to reject a special permit application by a Sheepshead Bay ambulatory health care facility that would severely impact residential parking. The applicant, Eric Palatnik, P.C., for 2464 Coney Island Avenue,…

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