What’s up at the Greene Hill Food Co-Op these days, nine months after its soft opening? The store will open for a third day during the week starting Oct. 8. That means there will soon be Monday, Wednesday, and Saturday hours. Also, this Saturday from noon to 6 pm, members will be priming the back wall of the co-op building to prep it for a mural. (If you’re interested in volunteering, email firstname.lastname@example.org.) And finally, the co-op is holding a free fall party on Saturday, Oct. 6, from noon to 6 pm at the Putnam Triangle. This is the only day non-members will be able to shop at the co-op! For all the details on the fall party, go here. And if you’d like to join Greene Hill, go here.
The United States Postal Service and Community Board Two hosted a public hearing on Thursday evening about the relocation of two post offices: the Pratt Station Post office at 524 Myrtle Avenue and the Times Plaza Station Post Office at 542 Atlantic Avenue. Each location’s lease agreement will soon expire, at which point both property […]
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The City Planning Commission voted unanimously in support of outgoing Borough President Marty Markowitz’s plan to revamp the former Childs Restaurant in Coney Island and turn it into an amphitheater and upscale eatery, Brooklyn Paper reported. However, local residents are less than thrilled about the plan, which will require $53,000,000 in city funds to transform […]