Wednesday, February 2, 2011

Labor Dispute at Ozzies; Year-Round Ferries; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- Angry parents create scene at school-closing hearing at Brooklyn Tech, while Schools Chancellor Cathie Black silently sips her Coke.  NY Times

- Interesting details about the Brooklyn Heights Association's role in preserving DUMBO's Tobacco Warehouse and persuading the state to designate it as parkland.  Brooklyn Eagle 

- Labor dispute at Park Slope Ozzies intensifies with a punk percussion marching band and noisemakers. Suite101 via OTBKB

- A year-round ferry network will provide all-day service in the East River, starting in June. Stops include Fulton Ferry, India Street in Greenpoint and North Sixth Street in Williamsburg. NY Times

- Real-time bus info arrives along the B63.  Streetsblog 

- Parents at P.S. 8 in Brooklyn Heights declare their intention to expand to middle school. Brooklyn Eagle

- Annual home maintenance course by the Bedford Central Community Development Corp. starts now. Bed-Stuy Blog

-Wikileaks reveals there may be more 9/11 terrorists out there. NY Magazine 

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