My name is Cindy. I run a small tutoring program to help underserved LBHS students in need of additional support. I started the program August 2014, last year we tutored over 500 hours and this year we tutor between 20-25 hours per week. I am holding a fundraiser 4/30 at 11:15 am at Ocean Ride Cycling Studio here in LB – I hope to raise enough money to meet the demands as we go into final and NYS Regent Exam season. 100% of all funds raised go toward paying for tutors or review books as needed.
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Long Beach Bicycle Survey. Question #11 is confusing. You have to list them in numerical order. Same thing with #13 & 17. As you take this survey, think of the little innocent kids who are riding around. Also think of the giant motorized vehicles that are ignoring stop signs and disobeying the posted speed limit. Thank you.
From Long Beach: The purpose of the Long Beach Bicycle Survey is to gather information from Long Beach residents about the current conditions and future needs of bicycling in the City. The survey looks to create an understanding of who uses bicycles, for which purposes, as well as to gauge where we are with bicycle safety, use and attractiveness amongst residents. Moreover, it will help us to understand where residents’ priorities lie in terms of needs and allows residents to offer their own suggestions for the future.
In English: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/lbbikesurvey
In Spanish: https://www.surveymonkey.com/r/lbbicicletas
John Asbury reporting for Newsday: Long Beach officials to Trump: don’t cut development grants
“City Council members said in their letter to Trump that the funding would affect job training, youth programs, residential assistance and storm recovery, and upgrades to parks, playgrounds and community centers.
Or is it an illusion?
695 West Broadway (The property formally known as 661 West Broadway). 18 condo units. Seven stories with the bottom for parking. This is all a result of the following ZBA decision:
July 26, 2012 Zoning Board Decision:
Case # 2241: Application of Long Beach Real Property Mgmt. of 100 West Park Avenue, Long Beach New York 11561; for a variance from the following sections of the Zoning code of Ordinances of the City of Long Beach, New York: Section 9-105.11 (b) height (d) building area (e) front yard (f) side yard (g) rear yard (i) density (k) off street parking for a new 20 unit condominium building at 661 West Broadway Long Beach, New York also known as Section 59, Block 17, Lot 147 on the Nassau County Land and tax map.
Decision: Granted/Conditions: Elimination of two units, total 18 units. 25 foot setback for the top floor, property must be demolished within 30 days of vacancy. Effective immediately, landlord is not to renew any lease or grant any new tenancies.
Description of building from 2009 sales listing: Fully leased 25 unit apartment building consisting of 22 studio apartments and 3 one-bedroom apartments built in 1951. Between Grand Blvd and Lindell Blvd on the North Side of West Broadway, one block from the ocean.
I blogged about this back in August 2012, if you can believe that (read: DRUG-DEN BUILDING TO BE CONVERTED INTO CONDOS). Remember the former building? Yikes, that place was shady… So this new building is big. It kinda popped out of nowhere. Ahh… Just another day in the city by the sea…..