Ponding in Lincoln Square
During particularly wet, snowy, and slushy times of year, our Clean Team is out on the streets pushing water out of crosswalks to help pedestrians cross Lincoln Square's streets more safely. Over the past few years, the Department of Transportation has helped alleviate some ponding issues at a handful of locations around the area, but there's still much more work to be done! We do out best to report these conditions to the City with the hope that they will be corrected. Please let us know if there are any ponding locations throughout the neighborhood that you believe need to be addressed. Email us at info@lincolnsquarebid.org or call us at (212) 581-3774. 

Also, you can always contact 311 to let the City know about certain street and sidewalk conditions as you come across them. Our Public Safety Officers and staff both report conditions to 311 daily. 

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Save the Date for Our 21st Annual Meeting
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UPCOMING EVENTS






GOVERNMENT  ALERTS

Council Member Helen Rosenthal's Town Hall
Join Council Member Helen Rosenthal at her annual Town Hall,  on Thursday, April 26 from 6:00pm - 9:00pm at The JCC Manhattan, 334 Amsterdam Avenue . At Town Hall meetings, individuals can ask questions to representatives from over a dozen City agencies, including the Department of Transportation, the Department of Education, and the Department of Sanitation. You can RSVP and submit your questions for City agencies here. Questions submitted by 5:00pm on Monday, March 19 will be reviewed by agencies ahead of the Town Hall to provide responses at the event.
Info Session with the MTA on UWS B/C Station Closings
Upper West Side B/C Station closures will begin Monday, April 9, and continue through spring and summer this year. Concerned or interested locals can learn  more about the closures, station improvements, and the MTA's transit alternatives for the B/C 72nd, 86th, and 110th Street stations at an upcoming Community Board 7 Information Session on Monday, March 26 at 6:30pm at the American Museum of Natural History (Linder Theatre). For more information on this session, email mail@cb7.org and click here to see the MTA's slideshow of proposed station improvements. 
WE NYC Crowdfunding Initiatives
WE NYC is an initiative based out of the New York City Department of Small Business Services dedicated to helping women start and grow their business. 
Recently, WE NYC has launched WE Fund Crowd, an initiative to support the growth of women entrepreneurs in NYC.  Crowdfunding is a great option for women-owned businesses. Click here to learn more.

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