Bay News & Brooklyn Graphic

Tuesday, June 28, 2011

Bay News

Coney’s illegal furniture stores are packing up

Four longtime Coney Island furniture stores that are loathed by People’s Playground enthusiasts for taking up prime amusement district real estate are finally packing it in. Comment.
Bay News

Beach hooch blockers

Residents who fear that a new bistro on the eastern edge of Manhattan Beach will bring rowdiness and drunk driving to the quiet enclave are rallying to make sure the new business doesn’t get a liquor license — even before its owner applies for one. Comment.

Monday, June 27, 2011

Bay News

Double-crosswalked!

Don’t park, it’s a trap! Comment.
Bay News

Manhattan Beach security battle

Super-safe Manhattan Beach may be getting a second neighborhood patrol because two feuding civic groups can’t agree on who should be keeping an eye on ne’er-do-wells in the tony seaside neighborhood — but neighbors say such a move could make it more difficult to patrol the area. Comment.
Bay News

Shut out!

The Home Depot on Cropsey Avenue has been breaking a city-issued mandate to allow access to a waterfront esplanade next to the store, according to locals and city officials who say that the gate to the esplanade on the big-box store’s property is often locked up long after dawn and well before dusk — the times it is supposed to be open to the public. Comment.

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