What would a healthy Harlem look like? What would it take to get there? Can you spare a few minutes to think about that question and share your opinions with us?
We would like to learn about the quality of life in Harlem. We will use the results from this survey to develop a plan of action to work together with residents and other community members to address the major health and community issues in Harlem. Our ultimate aim is to partner with the community to create a better and healthier Harlem for the sake of all who live and work here and our children. The survey is anonymous and voluntary and should take only no more than three to five minutes to complete.
Link to Survey – https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/ZRX52MJ
Your neighbors at The City College of New York and Billy Council.
Council Member Kristin Jordan Says “No” to 458 Affordable Apartments
Patch’s Nick Garber is reporting that Central Harlem’s council member Kristin Jordan has stopped 458 new affordable rental units from being built on 145th Street. The article indicates that a storage unit facility may be built on the site instead:
Bike Repair & BBQ
Saturday, June 4th / 11AM – 3PM
Join us for a FREE outdoor Bike Repair and Maintenance led by Bronx Messenger and Uptown & Boogie Bicycle Advocacy.
Bring your own bike [BYOB] – ask local bike mechanics and enthusiasts from Upper Manhattan and The Bronx, questions about commuting in the city, discuss biking with kids, bike touring, biking while menstruating and more.
Participants are welcome to work on their bicycle during the event.
Volunteer: Are you a bike mechanic or enthusiast and want to volunteer? Email [email protected]
- Time: 11:00AM – 3:00PM
- Location: Saint Nicholas Miracle Garden
330 Saint Nicholas Avenue, New York, NY 10027
- Bikers MUST ride their own bicycle