Tag Archives: Prospect Park West

Daily News uncovers possible NYCDOT violations of ADA

According to Gonzo Jones, an attorney specializing in disability law, illiteracy can qualify a person for protection under the Americans with Disabilities Act. Continue reading

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Grand Army Plaza’s traffic is worse than usual today

Looking down Flatbush Avenue toward downtown Brooklyn from Grand Army Plaza, there’s a row of cars as far as the eye can see. Continue reading

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I was already sick of needless deaths

Today, I saw what I knew I’d eventually see, someday, if I lived in this city long enough. I chose to channel my emotions into my writing. Continue reading

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How to tear out the f-ing bike lanes

A fresh coat of asphalt shows us how easily our city’s bike lanes could disappear. Continue reading

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An open letter to Brooklyn CB6

In June, Brooklyn’s Community Board 6 rejected a plan to make Fourth Avenue safer. They’re reconsidering. Here’s my letter in support of the proposed changes. Continue reading

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The quotable Prospect Park West NIMBY

A few readers asked me about the quotes in yesterday’s Curbed NY article. They appeared as an infographic, and as such lacked citations. For those who are interested in a proper bibliography – or in reading scanned, redacted emails sent … Continue reading

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Prospect Park West and the battle against trolleys

Today I’m pleased to have my debut piece in Curbed NY - an article over a year in the making. It all began last April (during research for Windsor Terrace, I reckon) when I found this New York Times article from April 23, … Continue reading

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