It was another week of exciting developments and happenings in Park Slope. Here's our roundup of our biggest neighborhood headlines.
Park Slope Patch started off the week with an article by Gwen Ruelle, the guest editor of Carroll Gardens Patch, about how , according to Transportation Nation. Make sure you know, for tomorrow, Jan. 9, the 4, 5 and 6 trains will be shut down in both directions between Times Square and Atlantic Avenue, from 10 p.m. to 5 a.m. until Friday morning, January 13.
On Tuesday, we reported on how on New Year’s Eve, .
On Wednesday, we ran an article about how on Tuesday. Under the new proposal, the agency plans to remove all of the “black mayonnaise” from the bottom of the canal, instead of leaving some behind as other proposals suggested.
On Thursday, we posed a question: Governor Andrew Cuomo, in his State of the State Address on Wednesday, he promised to “improve or replace more than 100 bridges,” build a new Tappan Zee Bridge and repair 2,000 miles of roads, but did not promise anything concrete for improving the city's public transportation.
On Friday, we ran on a mobile workbench.
Amy Sara Clark, the editor of Prospect Heights Patch, reported how Prospect Park workers have cleared out bedding, clothes, and other possessions of .