Updates: February 9, 2017

Hi Everyone,

I hope all weathered the storm. Luckily, the snow stopped early in the day.

  1. West 104th Street Block Association Member Meeting

    Just a reminder that we will be holding our Annual Member Meeting on Wednesday, February 22 from 7:30pm to 9pm at the Marseilles Community Room – 230 Broadway at the corner of 103rd.

    Our featured speaker will be Kate Wood from Landmark West who will discuss our neighborhood’s recent landmark designation, what it means, and other landmark issues that threaten the integrity of our neighborhood. The presentation will be informative and there will be plenty of time of question and answers.

    Please RSVP to mtkoval@aol.com. However, if you did not RSVP and find yourself available, please drop in anyway. We will have light refreshments available.

  2. West 104th Street Block Association January 2017 Newsletter

    I have attached a pdf of the January issue of the block association. Especially for our “brownstone” residents, if your neighbor is not receiving these updates and the pdf version of the newsletter, have them contact me at mtkoval@aol.com. You do not have to contribute, although it would be appreciated, to receive this information. We do not share emails.

    If you live in a brownstone and would be willing to distribute the newsletter, only 4 times per year, to your neighbors, please contact me at the above email address.

  3. Plastic Bag 5 cent Fee Legislation

    You may be aware that the plastic bag fee legislation, scheduled to go into effect February 15, has been placed on hold unless Governor Cuomo exercises his veto powers.

    You can still reduce the number of plastic bags in our environment by bringing your own reusable bag to the market. The block association has 3 bags from which to choose, large, medium, and small. You may purchase the bag of your choice by contacting any board member.

  4. Winslow, the Black and White Cat has been Returned to his Owner!

    I am pleased to report the black and white tuxedo cat, Winslow, has been returned to his owner on our block after two weeks of missing! Our neighbor wants to thank everyone who was keeping an eye for him and she is thrilled he is back.

If you have an event coming up that you would like to publish to your neighbors, please email mtkoval@aol.com.

Best regards,
Mary Koval, President, West 104th Street Block Association

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