The West 104th Street Block Association Newsletter is published six times a year. The newsletter serves several purposes:

  • Dues reminder
  • Neighborhood news delivery vehicle
  • Member outreach
Month Contents
May 2017
  • Bringing Oslo to Broadway: Actor Dan Jenkins on Staging, Accents and Playing a Real Person
  • Save the Date! The 28th Annual Yard Sale Is Coming
  • Dues Reminder
  • April 2017 Financial Report
  • Annual Member Meeting Features Landmark West! Presentation
  • Special Landmark West! Offer
  • Welcome New Board Member Alexandra Bell
  • Riverside Drive Improvements: Parks Department and MTA plan West 104th St. intersection tweaks.
  • Community Corner: Tree Guard Painting, New Plantings Beautify Block
  • Community Corner: Traffic Problems Flagged
  • Community Corner: Neighborhood Crime Update
  • Gwyneth Hotaling, 1942-2017: A Remembrance by Miriam Duhan
  • Neighborhood Services
January 2017
  • Nonprofit Head Focuses on Vulnerable New Yorkers: Aiding Women and Teens to Rebuild
  • Letter from the President
  • Save the Date: Member’s meeting, February 22, 7:30-9:00pm
  • December 2016 Financial Report
  • Attention Parking Garage Customers!
  • Daffodil Bulbs Planted: If Winter Comes, Can Spring Be Far Behind?
  • TriBloomingdale Activities: Three community Groups Come Together to Offer Members a Richer Activity Menu
  • Community Corner: Community Board 7 January Meeting: Midblock Traffic Light and Broadway Mall Renovation
  • Community Corner: 24th Precinct Community Council: Graffiti Incidents
  • Opinion: Preserving the Upper West Side’s Character: Landmark West! President Kate Wood on Our Neighborhood’s Historic Preservation and Development Challenges
  • Neighborhood Services

Newsletters of the West 102nd &103rd Streets Block Association and Friends of Straus Park are available on separate pages.

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Newsletters are in Adobe Acrobat (pdf) format, except where noted.


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