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Lincoln Square: Dine & Shop for the Holidays
It can be hard to figure out fun gifts for the holidays, but there are a number of spots to shop at here in Lincoln Square that sell unique goods perfect for...
NYC Emergency Management has issued a travel advisory for Thursday, December 13. There will be a wintry mix of snow and rain, which could impact the morning and evening commutes. Visit www.nyc.gov/severeweather for more information.
New Grading Rules & Workshops for Mobile Food Vendors
Beginning this winter, the NYC Department of Health and Mental Hygiene (DOHMH) will launch a letter grading program for mobile food carts and trucks. All mobile food vendors will be affected. This new grading program will closely resemble restaurant grading and must be posted on the permit decal on each cart and truck. The grading program will be rolled out over a two-year period, as permits are renewed and units get inspected. To help vendors learn about the new letter grading rules, workshops will be held starting in December and will continue throughout the two year roll-out period. Click here to view a flyer for workshop dates, time and location.
donateNYC Holiday Gift Guide
This holiday season,
donateNYC has created a handy gift guide to highlight examples of unique finds offered by donateNYC Partner stores. You'll find information on where to buy gifts like designer clothing, upcycled jewelry, vintage housewares, refurbished electronics, and more. By shopping at a donateNYC Partner thrift store or reuse center, you will save money, reduce waste, and support critical social service providers with your purchase.
Smell Gas? Act Fast.
Smell rotten eggs? You could have a gas leak. Gas leaks are dangerous and can result in fires and explosions. Click here to view a video about how to identify a gas leak and how to generally handle the situation. If you suspect a leak, leave the area immediately, and take others with you. Always call 911 or 1-800-75-CONED (1-800-752-6633). National Grid customers should call 1-718-643-4050. Don't assume someone else will report the smell. You can report leaks anonymously. Visit conEd.com/gassafety.
Package Theft Prevention Tips
During the holiday season, many New Yorkers order or receive packages at a higher frequency. To avoid package theft, the
NYPD recommends New Yorkers
check shipping carrier options to help safeguard deliveries. Most carriers allow options to leave your delivery with a neighbor, designated areas, or even lockers at retail stores.