Downtown Post NYC

September 2014

Sept. 1, 2014: Tugboats celebrate Labor Day weekend on the North River; New York State tenant laws

Sept. 3, 2014: Public plaza and Greenmarket unveiled on Greenwich Street; What it's like to own (a tugboat called) The Bronx

Sept. 5, 2014: Three members of New Amsterdam Market board of directors resign; Catching up with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer (part 1)

Sept. 8, 2014: The fight for 9/11 health care and compensation continues; Catching up with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer: Part 2 - her trip to Israel;    Police Memorial's electrical system still not repaired

Sept. 11,2014:  9/11 street closures; Sept. 11 midnight tradition at the Battery Park City Police Memorial continues; Some of Battery Park City's new oak trees didn't make it 

Sept.12, 2014:Sept. 11, 2014: The view from the plaza; Letters to the editor: Support for Downtown Post NYC; Police Memorial electricity

Sept. 16, 2014: Walking tour: Three centuries of history on Nassau Street; Lower Manhattan gets more high-tech trash bins;Downtown farmers' markets: Week of Sept. 15 (new one on Coenties Slip!)


August 2014

Aug. 1, 2014: Possible future for New Amsterdam Market; Bettye LaVette at River & Blues concert

Aug. 4, 2014: New Amsterdam Market searches for new president; Downtown Little League softball Juniors finally strike out

Aug. 6, 2014: In search of the immigrant Lower West Side; Block printing workshop at Bowne Printers

Aug. 8, 2014: Howard Hughes' 2nd quarter SEC filing says tower is still in plans; Pols fire a new salvo in Downtown helicopter wars

Aug. 11, 2014: Gov. Cuomo signs bill to address school overcrowding; Downtown pols going to Israel this week to show support

Aug. 13, 2014: Hotel construction starts atop Battery Maritime Building; Yacht races in New York harbor

Aug. 15, 2014: Inside Pier A; Sewage overflow at Pier 25 forces temporary closures; Doswell-Preece wedding

Aug. 18, 2014: Battery Park City Authority resumes charitable funding; Downtown Dance Festival lights up Wagner Park

Aug. 20, 2014: Open House New York opens the city's closed doors; Letter: Appeal to de Blasio to save the South Street Seaport

Aug. 22, 2014: Angst and optimism at the Downtown Dance Festival; George B. Post's lost Produce Exchange and its Seaport survivor

Aug. 25, 2014: More people are growing old in Lower Manhattan; Humpback whale near Breezy Point

Aug. 27, 2014: Howard Hughes proceeds with Seaport construction plans; Dramatic hibiscus blooms in Battery Park City

Aug. 29, 2014: Future of New  Amsterdam Market continues to evolve; Fire Safety Forum scheduled

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