District 35 Final Ballot for Participatory Budgeting Vote Week

Vote Week for District 35 is March 29 – April 3, 2016! Enclosed below are the projects that will be on the ballot.

Volunteers are needed! Register now.

You can cast your ballot in our district office, 1 Hanson Place Suite 201 Brooklyn, NY 11243

(entrance on Ashland Place)

Additional Locations TBA

Streets President Street Bump-Outs $300,000 On President Street, create bump-outs to extend curbs into the street. This is a high-volume subway station with inadequate space for pedestrians. Project would decrease likelihood of injury/death. President St. and Nostrand Ave. (2/5 Stop)
Streets Bus Pads on Fulton Street $220,000 Bus pads replace the surface where buses stop and replace the pavement that gets warped with a solid concrete pad. The warped streets cause danger for bikes, the old and the young who walk there. Fulton St. near to Clermont Avenue
Streets Bump out at Washington Avenue and Dean Street $300,000 Create a bump-out at the Dean Street and Washington Avenue intersection. This is in response to increased vehicular traffic on Dean Street. It will help reduce the risk of pedestrian injuries. Washington Avenue at Dean Street
Housing Basketball court renovation at Lafayette Gardens $350,000 Renovation of basketball court. Lafayette Gardens Housing development
Housing Basketball court renovation at Whitman Houses $350,000 Renovation of basketball court Whitman Housing Development
Housing Basketball court renovation at Atlantic Terminal $350,000 Basketball court renovation Atlantic Terminal Housing Development
Housing Grounds Renovation $500,000 Project will be designed to budget in collaboration with the Resident Association leadership. Priorities to be considered will include lighting, trees, bushes, irrigation system and metal benches Atlantic Terminal Housing Development
Housing Safety upgrades in Farragut Housing Development $500,000 Design it to budget. Install Cameras in staircases and elevators. Farragut Housing Development
Housing Renovation to Willoughby Senior Center Entrance $500,000 Grounds Renovation for the outside. The entry way to the Willoughby Senior Center needs new walls, new paint and new floors. Whitman Housing Development
Housing Grounds Renovation $500,000 Project will be designed to budget in collaboration with the Resident Association leadership. Priorities to be considered will include lighting, trees, bushes, irrigation system and metal benches Lafayette Gardens Housing Development garden
Housing Grounds Renovation $500,000 Project will be designed to budget in collaboration with the Resident Association leadership. Priorities to be considered will include lighting, trees, bushes, irrigation system and metal benches Ingersoll Housing Development Garden
Housing Renovation of Farragut community center Entrance $500,000 Renovate the entry way to the Farragut community Center needs new walls, new paint and new floors. Farragut Housing Development
Housing HVAC system for the Willoughby Senior Center $500,000 HVAC system for the Willoughby Senior Center Whitman Housing Development
Streets Security cameras in Precincts 88 and 77 $210,000 Install Argus security cameras at intersections where NYPD precincts have identified a need. Each Argus unit is a set of 2 cameras. Three units will be allocated to each of the 2 precincts. NYPD to choose place
Streets Security cameras in precincts 71 and 78 $210,000 Install Argus security cameras at intersections where NYPD precincts have identified a need. Each Argus unit is a set of 2 cameras. Three units will be allocated to each of the 2 precincts. NYPD to choose place
Education New Technology for High-Need Schools: PS 375 & 532 $310,000 Creating a new computer lab at PS 375 and upgrading ancient AV technology in the auditorium at PS 532 will enable students at these two Title I schools to thrive in the 21st century. 46 McKeever Pl & 1025 Eastern Pkwy, Crown Hts
Education Renovate Decrepit Bathrooms at PS 9 & PS 316 $300,000 Better hygiene for 1250 children! Update 6 badly deteriorated bathrooms, including replacing broken toilets & installing hand dryers. PS 316 has Title I status & PS 9 is over 50% low-income. 80 Underhill Pros Hts; 750 Classon Crown Hts
Education Learning Walls for PS 20 $36,500 Install pin-able writable walls in 20 classrooms for students, teachers to actively co-create learning. 5 temporary walls already increasing learning, initiation, critical thinking and cooperation. PS 20 The Clinton Hill School 225 Adelphi St.
Transit Real-Time Information Signs: B65 & B44 Passengers $120 -160,000 Install real-time bus signs on two of the busiest lines in Brooklyn:

B65: Flatbush & Dean; Flatbush & Bergen; Bergen & New York; Dean & Nostrand

B44: New York & Eastern Pkwy; Nostrand & Eastern Pkwy

B65: 4 stops listed; B44: 2 stops listed
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