Friday, March 23, 2012

Brooklyn's First Cash Mob; Another D'Amico Smell Complaint; and More Brooklyn Briefs

- With a public outcry over the Police Department’s handling of the death of bicyclist, Mathieu Lefevre, local politicians have begun to take a stand. NY Times

- Cash Mob: This Saturday, March 24th is your chance to be a part of Brooklyn’s very first Cash Mob to celebrate National Cash Mob Day. Brooklyn Based

- The “86th Street Traffic Calming” plan presented by DOT CB 10’s Traffic and Transportation Committee got a mixed reaction from board members and residents. Brooklyn Eagle

- D'Amico Foods is dealing with city inspectors for the second time in a month, over smell complaints from some nosy neighbor. Gothamist

- The neighborhoods of Prospect Heights, Crown Heights, Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, downtown Brooklyn, Carroll Gardens, Red Hook, Northern Park Slope and Brooklyn Heights face significant transportation challenges. Big meeting about this 3/31. (Must RSVP) Cobble Hill Association

- Moving? Brooklyn actors will haul your stuff for free, but there's a catch. Brokelyn

- NY Law School grads lose lawsuit against their alma matter. NY Magazine
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