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Summary of Community Board Two Meeting

January 12, 2012

Wednesday night’s meeting of the Clinton Hill/Fort Greene was a busy one, as concerned citizens addressed some of the neighborhood’s most pressing issues.

•    A moment of silence was held to remember Harold Greene. Deacon Greene was not only a past member of CB2, but he was also a former president of the tenants association of the Farragut Houses. He was remembered as a man who always had a smile.

•    Five Guys Burgers and Fries, a recently opened restaurant, is requesting permission to open a sidewalk café on the plaza. Probably not controversial, but a review of the plan is being made by the Land-Use Committee.

•    Walter Mosley, district leader with hopes of succeeding Assemblyman Hakeem Jeffries’ seat when he runs for Congress this coming fall, was anxious to let everyone know that it is likely that the New York State primaries will be moved to June 26 instead of the historical September, which has implications for voter registration, campaigning, fund raising, and turnout.

To see what else was discussed see the blog post on The Local.


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