NEXT MEETING: WEDNESDAY, JUNE 21, 7:30 P.M., P.S. 195
MEET AND GREET THE NEW COMMANDING OFFICER AT THE 61ST PRECINCT:
CAPTAIN JAMES WILL DISCUSS HIS THOUGHTS ON POLICING IN MANHATTAN BEACH AND GIVE A RUN-DOWN ON HOW TO KEEP THE PARK AND THE COMMUNITY SAFE THIS SUMMER
A NEW YORK CITY FERRY STOP AT KINGSBOROUGH???
IS THIS FOR KCC STUDENTS ONLY? WILL EVERYONE BE ABLE TO USE IT? WHAT STOPS WILL THE FERRY MAKE? WHAT IS THE DESTINATION? WHAT WILL THE FARES BE? WHAT ARE THE HOURS OF OPERATION? IF NON-KCC PASSENGER, WHERE WOULD THAT PERSON PARK IN ORDER TO GET ON THE FERRY? WILL IT AFFECT MANHATTAN BEACH RESIDENTS?
GUEST SPEAKER: DR. ANTHONY ANDREWS, KINGSBOROUGH COMMUNITY COLLEGE, DIRECTOR OF COMMUNITY AFFAIRS WILL DISCUSS THIS TOPIC….
WE ENCOURAGE EVERYONE TO ATTEND THIS MEETING….LET YOUR VOICE AND YOUR THOUGHTS BE PART OF THE CONVERSATION…..
LIGHT REFRESHMENTS WILL BE SERVED…BRING A NEIGHBOR, BRING A FRIEND…
If you missed the last meeting of the Manhattan Beach Community Group where a Department of Sanitation Speaker outlined the City’s Composting initiative, you probably still have questions about “why”- “when”–“how to”–“do I have to participate” and the reasons for the plan.
The web page, “How New York Is Turning Food Waste Into Compost and Gas” we are forwarding to you is from the New York Times. You will find a complete explanation of the Composting initiative begun by NY City. It informs you about “why”, “when”, “how to” and the City’s reasons for asking people to compost their garbage.
Locally: Composting for Manhattan Beach (Community Board 15) begins Monday, June 5th. For those who have asked us if it is mandatory, the answer is not yet! You will find everything you need to know in the article, your children might find the science discussion interesting, we encourage you to read it and make your own decision.
MANHATTAN BEACH COMMUNITY GROUP
“The Civic Association Advancing Community Interests” – Founded 1941
A Special Award To Our President
The Community District Education Council of District 22 held its Legislative Dinner Awards Night on May 25th. Among those people honored, Manhattan Beach Community Group President Judy Baron was recognized by the Principal, Bernadette Toomey and the Parents Association of P.S. 195 as a Community Leader who significantly contributed to the Manhattan Beach school.
When questioned about the award, Judy said she never works alone. The award should be shared by all members of our civic association past and present who participate and give of their time in making not only P.S. 195 a better school for our children, but in making our community a better place in which to live.