Cornell Tech presentation to community focuses on PS/IS 217, with an update on construction.
The Island’s playgrounds are a mess, say parents who complain of lack of maintenance, failure to adhere to national standards, and their late-night use by dog owners who leave their dogs’ leavings behind.
AVAC Often Down, Tenants Report
The Island garbage-removal system suffers from its 40-year age.
- A listing of government officials at all levels has now become available in the online Green Book at tinyurl.com/GOVTofficials.
- According to Cushman & Wakefield, the new marketer of Main Street retail space, the expected Urgent Care facility and the Children’s Day Care Center will both open later this month.
Trying to pin down responsibility for Island problems can be difficult. It’s not always RIOC.
More fall-out regarding Fr. Peter Miqueli.
The Day Nursery is rebranding and making plans.
The RIRA Column
A review of Public Purpose Fund requests is imminent.
Four Photographers show an unusual assortment of pictures.
Yes, we’ve had a few horrendous days here and there, but that doesn’t mean we should toss out October just yet. Take advantage of these last few temperate weeks with out-and-about activities.
A veteran of MTA buses now runs the Red Bus system.
She’s got a sense of humor. She needs it when patients get cranky.