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matsela:

My love for old buildings #clintonhill #historical district #brooklyn #NY (at Fort Greene Park)

matsela:

My love for old buildings #clintonhill #historical district #brooklyn #NY (at Fort Greene Park)

ismiledbacknyc:

In my neighborhood this evening - I see this church everyday in my walk #brooklyn #clintonhill #nyc

ismiledbacknyc:

In my neighborhood this evening - I see this church everyday in my walk #brooklyn #clintonhill #nyc

wsj:

Today’s House of the Day: A landmark house — designed in 1889 for Charles A. Schieren, one of the last mayors of Brooklyn before it became a part of New York City in 1898 — is on the market for $9.875 million.

Writers Sean Wilsey and Daphne Beal spent two years and at least $3.5 million renovating the 8,750-square-foot freestanding house, which has an eight-bedroom owner’s triplex and a garden apartment.

See the full slideshow.

wanderingnewyork:

Apartment houses and two fire escapes in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Apartment houses and two fire escapes in Clinton Hill.

gonzni:

@andlroy took me on a tour of #ClintonHill, #Brooklyn tonight. Best walk EVER. #nyc

gonzni:

@andlroy took me on a tour of #ClintonHill, #Brooklyn tonight. Best walk EVER. #nyc

wanderingnewyork:

A courtyard in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

A courtyard in Clinton Hill.

doctorpuppet:

On a lovely Spring day, the Doctor Puppet and I went for a walk through Brooklyn. We came across Broken Angel, an institution of a building in the Clinton Hill neighborhood. Doesn’t it look like a place where you’d find a weeping angel?

doctorpuppet:

On a lovely Spring day, the Doctor Puppet and I went for a walk through Brooklyn. We came across Broken Angel, an institution of a building in the Clinton Hill neighborhood. Doesn’t it look like a place where you’d find a weeping angel?

wanderingnewyork:

Windows and facades in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Windows and facades in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Windows and roof tiles in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Windows and roof tiles in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Houses in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Houses in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Windows, steps and doors in Clinton Hill.

wanderingnewyork:

Windows, steps and doors in Clinton Hill.

cabinporn:

Backyard “Tea Shed” in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, NY.
Contributed by Ben Dickinson.

cabinporn:

Backyard “Tea Shed” in Clinton Hill, Brooklyn, NY.

Contributed by Ben Dickinson.

Spring in Clinton Hill!

SCH General Meeting

Thursday January 23, 2014

St. Joseph’s College/St. Angela Hall - 267 Waverly Ave. (DeKalb/Willoughby)

AGENDA

7:00 pm WELCOME/State of the Society – Dave Haberer, President

7:05 pm Amendment of Bylaws Highlights – Peter Grossman, Treasurer

7:15 pm Elections – Presentation of Slate -

7:20 pm SCH Survey Results – Frances Rodriguez, Board Member

7:30 pm Community Activity Updates – Rosaria Sinisi, Board Member

7:35 pm Good Neighbor Project – Beverly Emmons, Pat DuBose

7:40 pm MARP – Myrtle Ave Construction (Hall/Ryerson) –Blaize Backer

7:45 pm St. Josephs College – Gym (Vanderbilt) –Michael Banach

7:50 pm MS 113-Ronald Edmonds Learning Center Garden Project – Jeffrey Stephens-Prince

7:55 pm Halloween Recap – Janna Hyten, Roslyn Huebener, Board Member

8:05 pm Social Media /Communications – Katie Luscombe

8:15pm Public Safety – Neighborhood Slow Zone – Suzanne DeBrango, Board Member, Dave Haberer

8:20 pm Pratt Houses Restoration Update - Brent Porter, Landmarks Committee

8:30 pm 2014 Local Landmarks Awards selection process – Brent Porter

8:35 pm Amendment of Bylaws Vote – Peter Grossman

8:45pm Open Mic – Sign up at the door to make your 2 minute announcement or comment.

8:55pm Announcements - Frances Rodriguez, Linda Scher, Board Member

NEXT MEETING October 2, 2014 – Presentation of 2014 Local Landmarks Awards

Pick up your free “NO Flyers” signs at the sign-in table.

Landmarks reports (original and new) will be available $15 cash.

A Celebration of The Life of Alfred Anthony Chiodo

Thursday, November 14, 2013
7:00PM 
Church of St. Luke and St. Matthew
520 Clinton Avenue
Brooklyn, NY 11238

The family of Mr. Alfred Chiodo and the Office of Council Member Letitia James would like to express heartfelt thanks for the outpouring of support at this difficult time. 

In lieu of flowers, we ask that you consider donating to one of the following organizations Alfred held in high regard—

Transportation Alternatives
127 West 26th Street, Suite 1002
New York, NY 10001
(646) 873-6037
Online Donations

 
Rainbow Heights Club
(Heights Hill Mental Health Service CAB)
25 Flatbush Avenue, Third Floor
Brooklyn, NY 11217
(718) 852-5210
Online Donations


Mayor’s Alliance for NYC’s Animals
Attn: NYCFCI
244 Fifth Avenue, Suite R290
New York, NY 10001
Online Donations