Make sure you’ve got next week’s voting times and dates on your calendar as Participatory Budgeting is right around the bend. This is your chance to decide how $1.5 million will be spent in the 39th District Council and a great way to ensure a long planned, much-needed safety improvement on Hicks Street comes to fruition.
It would continue upon past efforts in which we worked with the Councilman and Department of Transportation to install painted curb extensions on Hicks as part of a traffic calming treatment. Those changes have increased safety but are not yet permanent. We hope to see that paint turn to concrete and need your vote to make it happen.
Augment an existing project to make painted curb extensions permanent with concrete, at four high-crash intersections: Kane, Sackett, Union, and Summit Streets. Improve pedestrian & traffic safety.
Location: Hicks St b/w Kane & Summit Sts (Cobble Hill & Carroll Gardens)
Expo and Vote Kick-Off
Tuesday, April 14, 6:30 – 8:30 pm339 8th Street, Brooklyn, NY
Those in attendance will be able to cast their ballot at the event.
Local Voting Location
@ Brad Lander’s District Office
456 5th Avenue, 3rd Floor, between 9th and 10th Sts
Saturday April 18
10 am – 6 pm
Carroll Gardens Library, 396 Clinton St at Union St
Sunday April 19
10 am – 6 pm
Carroll Park House, Smith St between President and Carroll Sts
Even if you are not a registered voter you can vote in the PB elections. You need either an ID, a utility bill, or some other documentation stating your address.
Councilman Brad Lander & members of the CHA stand in a painted curb extension on Hicks Street