25th Precinct’s Community Council Meeting

The 25th Precinct writes:

I hope this email finds you all safe and well. Just wanted to reach out to remind you about our upcoming community council meeting. Our meeting will be on Wednesday, March 20th at 6 pm, and we will meet at the Renaissance School of the Arts (319 East 117 Street). Please see the attached flyer for more information.

We are also excited to announce that we are partnering with Renaissance School of the Arts to host a Family Game Night! This event will take place immediately before the community council meeting, at the Renaissance School of the Arts (319 East 117 Street) beginning at 4:30 pm. Come for some games with the community and cops, and stay for the meeting. Either way, you are welcome in whatever capacity you want to attend. The flyer for the event is also attached and please reach out to any member of the Community Council, Officer Powers or myself, with any questions.

Looking forward to seeing you there!


Police Officer Jaylise C​osme

25th Precinct Community Affairs

Cell: 917-941-7672

Email: jaylise.cosme@nypd.org

Ghetto ‘68

The book Ghetto ‘68 by Panther House” is a collection of East Harlem poems, drawings, and prose from the late 1960’s:

The hard-hitting description on the back cover sets the book’s tone:

This piece by Nellie Holloway that describes the MTA’s 125th Street train station is over 50 years old:

Tell the Head of Transportation What’s On Your Mind

Here’s your chance to tell the Transportation Commissioner what you’d like done to improve transit in our city (like improving the dysfunctional M35 bus). Here’s how to attend:

We’re one week out of our next Harlem Community in Your Borough Visit!!.

On behalf of the Department of Transportation, we are pleased to extend an invitation for you to participate in a Community Engagement Forum focused on discussing transportation priorities and safety in your community. Your leadership and involvement in your community make you an invaluable voice in shaping our collective efforts to address transportation challenges.

Details of the Transportation Forum below:

Date: Friday , March 22, 2024

Time: 10:00am — 11:00am (doors open at 9:30pm)

Location: Lenfest Center for the Arts – 615 West 129th Street 8th Floor New York, NY 10027

RSVP here: https://forms.office.com/g/mtYaaBKwtv

We hope that you can join us and contribute your valuable input to this important dialogue. Feel free to distribute the flyer in your networks.

Eleazar Bueno- Eli

Commissioner in Your Borough Initiative

Public Engagement Director

New York City Department of Transportation

T. 212-839-4485

M. 347-712-2796