Have You Seen Me?
Two of our neighborhood trash cans have been stolen! Late last Friday night (February 23), two of our Victory Stanley trash receptacles were loaded into a white box truck by unknown individuals on Amsterdam Avenue between West 67th and West 68th Streets. We have since learned that our cans are not the only ones that have disappeared, indicating this may be a pattern across the City.  We are working with the NYPD on this matter, but if you have any information that you think may be helpful, we would like to hear from you. Thanks to our property owners for their help on this!

Reach out to us at (212) 581-3774 or info@lincolnsquarebid.org . Click here to see video footage of the theft. 


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NYC Open Data Week
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Explore Open Data at:  www.nyc.gov/opendata. NYC Open Data Week is a collaboration between  NYC Open DataBetaNYC and the dynamic NYC civic tech and data communities.