Tuesday, February 28, 2012

72 Poplar; Neo-Nazis in Greenpoint; Cheap Computers; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- A tipster tells Brownstoner that DOB has approved conversion plans for 72 Poplar Street, the former precinct in Brooklyn Heights.

- Polish neo-Nazis are prowling the streets of Greenpoint. Gawker

- Nine new townhouses going up on State Street in Boerum Hill. Brooklyn Eagle

- Free pancakes at IHOP today! IHOP

- Brooklyn residents who received sanitation summonses used videotapes to prove their innocence. Could a new law be in the making? NY Times

- Computers and fax machines available for a song in Downtown Brooklyn, courtesy of NY State. Brooklyn Eagle

- Construction underway at former Ozzie's space, not pretty. Here's Park Slope

- Aroma to end D'Amico roasting coffee on Court Street? PMFA via South Brooklyn Post

- Cops catch teens who shoved 81-year-old onto subway tracks. Brooklyn Paper

- Farmers are looking to expand onto rooftops in the outer boroughs. TRD

- Fannie to sell foreclosed homes with stipulation they become rentals. TRD

- Science: Wealthy are more likely to steal, lie and cheat. Bloomberg

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