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BY ALINE REYNOLDS  |  Three-year-old Tribeca youngster Ozzie Carty was riding his scooter to Washington Market park on Friday, Sept. 30, when a cab hit him and knocked him down at the intersection of Greenwich and Duane Streets. While Ozzie was spared any noticeable injuries, Richard and Sonia Carty, the toddler’s shaken parents, continue to monitor […]

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Maybe it’s just us, but as the pages of the calendar continue to turn, bringing us one day closer to the tenth anniversary of September 11, 2001, we feel as if we are already seeing more tour buses on Lower Manhattan streets. In actuality this is probably not the case, but is perhaps a manifestation […]

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The Hands Across Lower Manhattan event, hosted by Community Board 1, is now official. Beginning this Thursday, Aug. 11, members of the public can log onto www.handinhand911.org to register for the event, which will take place on Saturday, Sept. 10. People will be able to register as individuals or as a group. “Several days before […]

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Tuesday, Aug. 2 was National Night Out, an annual event when police departments across the country introduce themselves to their communities, promoting safety and awareness. People gathered on the plaza at the Battery Park City esplanade to meet members of the N.Y.P.D. First Precinct and to enjoy food, games and live entertainment. State Senator Daniel […]

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In some small town somewhere in this country a family is planning a trip to Lower Manhattan for the week of Sept. 11. They are coming to New York City to pay their respects and to honor the victims who lost their lives and the heroes who gave theirs in the wake of the worst […]

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BY Terese Loeb Kreuzer |  Reports that the Battery Park City Authority had snuffed out a Community Board 1 proposal for sculpted lions to be placed near the B.P.C. library entrance were premature. Most of the members of C.B. 1’s Battery Park City Committee and of its Arts and Entertainment Task Force favor having the […]

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By Aline Reynolds  |  Osama bin Laden’s death and the rapidly-approaching 10th anniversary of 9/11 is causing Downtown community members to become increasingly anxious about their safety. The last thing they need to hear is that a neighborhood firehouse, situated only blocks away from Ground Zero, is slated to close. Engine Four is one of […]

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By Marissa Maier | At the ribbon cutting ceremony for New York Downtown Hospital’s new Wellness and Prevention Center on Friday, May 20, Dr. Warren Licht recounted an all too familiar story to the crowd. “All of us here today have made a visit to a doctor’s office,” said Dr. Licht, the hospital’s Senior Vice […]

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BY Aline Reynolds | Frustration and tension pervaded the room on Mon., May 16 when the Lower Manhattan Development Corporation’s President David Emil updated Community Board 1’s World Trade Center Redevelopment Committee on the status of the federal funds the agency is authorized to administer. C.B. 1 Chairperson Julie Menin stressed the importance of Emil’s […]

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