1. City Council Member Stephen talks about Participatory Budgeting

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  2. Community green space is neglected there are exposed pipes jutting into what should be a play area! There is enormous need for landscaping, trees and plants, which can improve these green spaces.

    Taylor-Wythe/Independence/Berry (South Williamsburg)

    $300,000

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  3. Sidewalk repairs btwn. Kent and Flushing Aves. Improve conditions and create access for wheelchair users and others to the former Naval Hospital Cemetery - soon to become a public recreational space!

    Williamsburg Street West (South Williamsburg)

    $500,000

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  4. What good is our new technology if we don’t have the power to turn it on? Please vote to bring more power to our school!

    362 Schermerhorn St. (Boerum Hill)

    $150,000

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  5. Increase safety and quality of life for residents as well as neighbors of Williams Plaza by improving development lighting and remedying needed entrance accessibility problems.

    325 Roebling St. (South Williamsburg)

    $400,000

    # vimeo.com/124282092 Uploaded 33 Plays 0 Comments

District 33 PBNYC Videos 2015

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Participatory Budgeting project videos from District 33, City Council Member Stephen Levin.

Produced by Arts & Democracy Project and Line Break Video with support from BRIC.

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Participatory Budgeting project videos from District 33, City Council Member Stephen Levin.

Produced by Arts & Democracy Project and Line Break Video with support from BRIC.

Arts & Democracy's work is made possible in part by public funds from the Greater New York Arts Development Fund of the New York City Department of Cultural Affairs, and from the Decentralization Program of the New York State Council on the Arts, both administered in Kings County by Brooklyn Arts Council (BAC).

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