Prospect Park Zoo

450 Flatbush Avenue, Brooklyn, NY 11225

Brooklyn Museum

200 Eastern Pkwy, New York, NY 11238

Medgar Evers College

1650 Bedford Ave, New York

Kings County Hospital Center

451 Clarkson Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11203

Jewish Children's Museum

792 Eastern Pkwy, Brooklyn, NY 11213

Brooklyn Botanic Garden

990 Washington Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11225

Note from CB9 Land Use Chairman – Michael Liburd

See the attached article on the City Planning Commission’s approval of the ZQA/MIH proposals. It’s the City Council’s turn next. Their vote makes it law. From this article, sounds like City Planning is putting the burden on the City Council to make the final decision on modifications to the plan, whether they pass it or not.

 

Community Board 9 voted “no” on both proposals. The City Council’s public hearings start next week on Tuesday, February 9th and Wednesday, February 10th at 9:30 am – Council Chambers – City Hall . It will be one of the few remaining chances for the public to formally voice their point of view directly to the decision makers. I hope you make the time to attend.

 

De Blasio’s Controversial Rezoning Plan Approved by Planning Commission – Civic Center – DNAinfo.com New York

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Welcome to the online presence of Community Board 9 in Brooklyn. Board 9 serves the neighborhoods of South Crown Heights, Prospect Lefferts Gardens, Wingate and portions of North Flatbush.

Zoning Study Documents

Documents pertaining to Community Board 9’s request for a Zoning Study of the district are posted on this website under the Downloads tab. Please use the button below to download a copy of the documents.

 

Click Here to access the NYC Department of City Planning’s decision on the ZQA + MIH – February 3, 2016.

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