2006 Issues

Month Contents
December
2006

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  • Fight to save local gem: West 104th
    St.’s automat future to be weighed again by Landmarks Preservation
    Commission
  • Join your neighbors for neighborhood
    caroling
  • Our block guard
  • Do you need a special holiday gift?
    (West 104th St. T- shirt!)
  • Letter to the editor
  • November 2006 financial report
  • Yard Sale 2006 financial report
  • Block residents plant for spring
  • Block bulletin board
  • In the spotlight: Michael Graves
  • Pharmacy expands to improve service
  • New York as a battleground
  • Selected calendar of events
  • Neighborhood houses of worship: New
    York Buddhist Church;
    Congregation Ansche Chesed
  • Metal plate finally removed
  • Neighborhood services needed or for
    hire
October
2006

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  • A perfect day: Yard Sale hits a home
    run
  • Beautification beat
  • Yard Sale report
  • More great feedback on the Yard Sale
  • Letter to the editor
  • September 2006 financial report
  • Block bulletin board
  • History in jeopardy: automat
  • Neighborhood houses of worship: St.
    Michael’s Episcopal Church
  • A beautiful day in the neighborhood:
    the 17th annual Yard Sale (photos)
  • Selected calendar of events
  • Neighborhood services for hire
  • View Yard
    Sale 2006  photos
     
September
2006

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  • Yard Sale: Great finds, cool buys,
    W. 104th St. 17th annual Yard Sale
  • Schedule for the Yard Sale, Sept. 16
  • You can still help before the Yard
    Sale: be a volunteer, donate to the Silent Auction and bid on
    other items; donate your books
  • At the Yard Sale: new this year
    (raffle); buy a royal blue West 104th St. T-shirt
  • Greenmarkets
  • Free booklet on crime prevention for
    senior citizens
  • Business clothes needed
  • August 2006 financial report
  • Block bulletin board
  • Meet your "gardener"
    neighbors
  • Neighborhood houses of worship: The
    historic Roman Catholic Church of the Ascension and Temple Ramath
    Orah
  • Do you know this face?
  • In the spotlight: Missy Cohen
  • Selected calendar of events
  • Neighborhood services for hire
June
2006

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Special issue: Neighborhood rezoning project by Gil
Tauber
 
June
2006

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  • Yard Sale, September 16
    • Hold everything: 17th annual
      Yard Sale is coming
    • Be a vendor
    • Be a volunteer
    • Donate to the Silent Auction
    • Donate your books
  • Curbside Cafe time
  • Neighbors plant and make block
    beautiful
  • Board member for 15 years resigns
  • Daffodils and tulips get second life
  • In memoriam
  • May financial report
  • Block bulletin board
  • Neighborhood houses of worship:
    Congregation of St. Saviour at the Cathedral of St. John the
    Divine; Preserving a beautiful church
  • Do you know this face?
  • Neighborhood tour
  • To the editor: American idle
  • Summer calendar of events
  • Local scholars present their schools
  • Neighborhood services needed or for
    hire
April
2006

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  • Let there be new streetlights!
  • Neighbors comment on new
    streetlights
  • It’s springtime
  • New traffic light, pedestrian
    signals installed
  • Neighborhood residents ask for
    rezoning, survey results, p. 5
  • Meet new block association board
    member Barbara Rothenberg
  • WANTED!
  • West 102-103 Street news
  • Walking tour, April 30
  • Letter to the editor: T-shirts
    travel
  • Financial report March 2006
  • Local scholars present their schools
  • Selected calendar of spring events
  • A landmark on Broadway (Horn &
    Hardart building)
  • Neighborhood services needed or for
    hire
February
2006
  • Neighborhood zoning issues studied:
    survey seeks block feedback
  • Block fundraising drive kicks off
  • Neighborhood incidents lead to more
    patrols
  • Two new trees on block
  • 2005 general ledger
  • January 2006 financial report
  • Block resident’s passion for history
  • Random recollections of 104th Street
  • Selected calendar of events
  • Recognizing a stroke
  • New fish market on W. 104th St.
  • Neighborhood services needed or for
    hire

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