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we are your neighborhood newspaper
WE ARE YOUR NEIGHBORHOOD NEWSPAPER
• Canarsie • Marine Park • Mill Basin • Georgetown • Gerritsen Beach • Bergen Beach •
• Kings Plaza • Sheepshead Bay • Flatlands • Flatbush • East New York • Spring Creek •
Vol. 94 No. 34
Thursday, August 21, 2014
40 Pages
50¢
Story on page 12
1142 East 92nd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11236 • Tel: 1-718-257-0600 • Fax: 1-718-272-0870 • Email: [email protected]
Photos by Dara Mormile and Christopher Brown
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IN THIS ISSUE
It’s Quite A Sight At Breukelen
Houses Garden
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This Broker Will Ensure Your
Future With Some TLC
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Youths Get Treated To An
Awesome Day On Avenue L
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August 21, 2014
Everyone Wants To Clown Around At The Canarsie Library
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The library’s a great place to borrow a book…research that big project…or party with a clown! If you
happened to be at Canarsie Library
Monday afternoon, you were lucky
enough to be part of a special performance by Bubbles The Clown,
who visits the local branch a few
times a year. Bubbles got the crowd
dancing, playing ball and doing tons
of other cool things that you’d never
get away with in the library on an
ordinary day!
While she sported flip-flops
instead of traditional clown shoes,
Bubbles led children of all ages
around the library, at 1580
Rockaway Parkway, in a conga line.
Kids from all over, including a local
day camp, enjoyed the loud and
boisterous show. To find out about
the other fun activities happening at
the Canarsie Library, call (718) 2576547.
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Action Classified.................35
Business Card Corner.........25
Business Directory...............33
Community Guide...............32
Medical Update................26
Religious News...................30
FEATURES
What’s Your Opinion............28
COLUMNS
Telling It Like It Is..................6
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Founded April 22, 1921 by Walter S. Patrick
Serving Canarsie, Marine Park, Mill Basin,
Georgetown, Bergen Beach, East New York,
Flatlands, Flatbush, Gerritsen Beach,
Sheepshead Bay & Spring Creek
1142 East 92nd Street, Brooklyn, NY 11236
Tel: 1-718-257-0600 • Fax: 1-718-272-0870
e-mail: [email protected]
www.canarsiecourier.com
Donna Marra
Publisher
Catherine Rosa
Business Manager
Dara Mormile
Associate Editor
Linda Steinmuller
Staff Reporter
Lennox Clarke
Shawn Thomas Dunleavy
Alessandro Marra Jr.
Production Department
Lynn Gerbino
Eileen Melecio
Classifieds
William O’Neill
Telemarketing
Sam Akhtar, Jason Linetsky,
Linda Steinmuller, Jerry Del Priore,
Loretta Chin, Keciah Bailey
& Ann Marie Turton
Writers
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Do you want to see a cleaner Canarsie? A nice place to do your local shopping?
Do you want to see Avenue L vibrant and thriving again? What improvements
would you make to revive the deteriorating conditions on our community’s
shopping strip? You can help by sending us your suggestions today!
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Sonny Maxon, R. Rivera & Oronde I. Bell
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August 21, 2014
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Officials are looking for a man
– possibly in his late teens to early
20s – who’s responsible for a robbery at a laundromat near East
46th Street and Avenue L.
Tuesday at around 8:45 a.m.,
police from the 63rd Precinct
responded to a call that a laundromat employee was robbed. The
suspect brandished a black handgun and said to the worker, “Give
me your f*****g money,” and
then took $4 in cash from the victim’s right rear pocket.
The suspect was described as a
black man with dark skin, about
6’2,” weighing 170 pounds. He
was wearing a gray hoodie and
dark sweatpants at the time of the
robbery. He reportedly got away
in a gray sedan but officials did
not find out which direction he
fled. There were no reported
injuries.
Anyone with information about
the robbery is asked to call the
NYPD’s Crime Stoppers Hotline
at 800-577-TIPS. The public can
also submit their tips by logging
onto the Crime Stoppers Website
at www.nypdcrimestoppers.com
or
texting
their
tips
to
274637(CRIMES) then enter
TIP577.
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Brookdale Hospital Fined For Hazardous Work Conditions
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Usually the hospital is an institution that provides
care for the injured. Recently, Brookdale Hospital
made headlines for injuries and assaults inflicted on
their employees while caring for their patients on the
premises.
Last week, the hospital was hit with a $78,000
fine by the Occupational Safety and Health
Administration (OSHA) for several cases of worker
assault and hazardous work conditions.
OSHA launched an investigation into the hospital’s workplace conditions back in February, following an incident where a staff nurse was severely
beaten by a patient resulting in life-threatening brain
injuries.
According to a report by OSHA, the findings of
the investigation revealed more than 40 reported
cases of worker assaults and workplace accident
injuries between February and April of this year.
The facility was issued a “willful violation” citation for failure to provide a safe work environment,
according to the OSHA report.
“Brookdale management was aware of these incidents and did not take effective measures to prevent
assaults against its employees,” said Kay Gee,
OSHA’s area director for Brooklyn, Manhattan and
Queens.
Khari Edwards, Brookdale’s vice president of
external affairs, provided a statement from the hospital saying, “While we have fully cooperated with
OSHA during its investigation and on our own
have strengthened our already robust security procedures, we absolutely disagree with OSHA’s finding
that the hospital willfully violated any regulatory
requirement.”
The majority of incidents reported include
employees who suffered injuries resulting from
falling boxes and equipment, slip and falls or tripping over hospital equipment.
The most serious incident happened on February
7th, when 70-year-old nurse Evelyn Lynch was
viciously beaten and repeatedly stomped in the head
by 40-year-old patient Kwincii Jones. Lynch suffered brain hemorrhaging as well as multiple fractures to the head and face. Jones was charged with
attempted second-degree murder and assault in the
first degree.
Other cases of employee assaults include one
employee who was struck by a patient resulting in a
chin contusion and another worker suffered back
injuries after being punched by a patient.
“We will partner with OSHA to continue improving on our safety and security programs to ensure
we provide a safe workplace for our staff and a safe
environment for the delivery of the world class
health care that our patients deserve,” the statement
said.
Pets Make Sad Discovery In Avenue L Home
Photos and text by Jason Linetsky
Homeowners near Avenue L and East 99th
Street knew Felix Pandolfino as a gentleman, who
treated his neighbors like family. Last Wednesday,
after a night of hearing Pandolfino’s Bull Mastiff
dogs howling and crying, a neighbor from East
98th Street contacted authorities to check on him.
Police responded and found Pandolfino lying on
the floor in his living room with two dogs crying
near him. One had to be tranquilized and removed
in a carrier while the other was coaxed into another room. Paramedics then arrived and pronounced
Pandolfino dead at the scene.
“There was something not right at his house,”
stated the neighbor who called, but wanted to
remain anonymous. “His dogs were howling all
night and I saw his mail still on his porch. He came
out of the house every day to get it.”
She remembered him being in his 70s and fighting late-stage lung cancer. An autopsy is pending
and the medical examiner at the scene would not
comment.
Others recollected good times shared with the
man, including his next-door neighbor, who moved
into his house in 1999 and said, “Felix came over
and handed me a beer; then we chilled on his
porch. He immediately had the dogs come over and
sniff my hand so they would always know I’m
okay. He was like that the whole time I knew him.
I always felt protected living next to him and his
dogs.”
“Felix was a cool man,” stated another man who
simply knew Pandolfino as ‘Nick’. “He never
bothered anyone. He was a good guy. He always
had dogs and almost always Mastiffs but they were
friendly. He didn’t train them to be vicious. I’ve
lived here since 1996 and I’ve seen him every day.
He used to have a friend from the Sanitation
Department check on him but he moved to Long
Island.”
Following the EMT’s report, Lieutenant Mike
Looney of the 69th Precinct called Animal Care &
Control to remove the three dogs, one which was
lying in the backyard.
Community Affairs Officer with the 69th
Precinct Eton White was unable to comment further on the status of the dogs or give details on the
cause of death but said it was “of natural causes.”
Officers had to tranquilize a dog and leave
him in a carrier to begin investigation. One
of the dogs (inset) in owners’ backyard.
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August 21, 2014
Summer Learning Is Delicious At Breukelen Sight Garden!
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Picking out fruit and vegetables isn’t exactly a
fun experience for most kids. Thanks to
Breukelen Houses resident Anne Marie Rameau,
a few privileged children in the community
enjoyed the fruits of their labor and had an awesome time learning the importance of growing
their own produce.
This summer, 9-year-old Karissa Pinto, 8-yearold Analiese Pou and 4-year-old Amir Trawford
joined Rameau every day in her elaborate garden
– called “Breukelen Sight” – at Williams Avenue
between Flatlands Avenue and Glenwood Road.
“They came over to me one day and wanted to
help plant seeds for the garden,” the green-
thumbed resident told the  
Rameau taught the eager children how deep to
bury the seeds and how to maintain the garden’s
various plants.
“The garden is really beautiful and it’s a good
experience even though you have to get dirty,”
said Pinto. “It’s hard work, but it’s fun!”
Okra, cucumber and baby tomatoes are among
the fresh fruit and veggies growing at the children’s garden, which Rameau established last
month. The kids also love the huge sunflowers
growing in the garden, which Rameau established
in 1977.
The longtime resident honed her gardening
skills decades ago at New York City Housing
Authority’s (NYCHA) gardening workshops.
NYCHA gave Rameau the green light to maintain
the garden outside of her apartment – where a
plethora of different flower beds grow.
In 2012, Rameau added a fish pond to
“Breukelen Sight,” adding an aquarium-like feel
to the scene. Children love feeding the fish and
learned how to clean the pond water.
Earlier this year, the Breukelen resident also
won the 2014 Daffodil Awards and was invited to
the New York for Parks 2014 Daffodil Breakfast.
The organization recognized her dedication to
gardening and honored her for assisting with the
community garden at the Seth Low Houses in
Brownsville.
Anne Marie Rameau with Analiese Pou, left, and Karissa Pinto.
Analiese and Karissa proudly stand near Children’s Garden.
Kids have fun feeding fish in the pond at Breukelen Sight!
Amir Trawford shows off cherry tomatoes he helped plant.
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our readers, advertisers and
community a happy and safe
holiday weekend!
August 21, 2014
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Photos and text by Dara Mormile
A quiet Sunday came to a screeching halt when two drivers smashed into each other at East 104th Street and Avenue J just after 3 p.m. The
driver of an SUV wound up on the sidewalk after colliding with a sedan that was traveling on Avenue J near East 104th Street, sources at the
scene said. Both drivers were injured and, fortunately, there were no pedestrians near the sidewalk at the time of the accident. Some witnesses
said both drivers were trying to cut each other off at the corner, which sent the SUV flying into a gate at the southeast corner of the street.
Jewelry Thieves Still
Possibly On The Run
By Keciah Bailey
Over the past two months, a rash of
robberies took place in the 63rd Precinct
and police are asking for the public’s
help in tracking the suspects down.
The details of the incidents, which
occurred in the Marine Park area, are
as follows:
On Thursday, July 10th, in front of
1943 Schenectady Avenue at approximately 3:15 p.m., the jewelry thieves
snatched a chain worth $500 from a
60-year-old man.
Between Sunday, July 20th at approximately 6 a.m. and Tuesday July
22nd at around 3 a.m., thieves broke
into a private home through the back
door, taking electronics and jewelry.
On Wednesday, July 23rd, at the intersection of Utica Avenue and Avenue
M at approximately 6:10 p.m., the crooks
stole two chains worth $200 from a
53-year-old man.
On Tuesday, August 5th, in front of
1474 East 45th Street at approximately 12:45 p.m., the thieves robbed a 40year-old male of a chain and a bracelet
worth $3,500.
On Wednesday, August 6th, in front
of 1548 East 49th Street, the robbers
stole three bracelets and two necklaces
from a 62-year-old male and a 57-yearold female.
Police said in each incident two suspects approached the victims, brandished a gun and then fled on foot.
Two suspects are described as black
males in their 30’s. One is 5’9 and about
190 lbs. and was wearing a green knitted hat, dark colored t-shirt and dark
colored pants. The second suspect is
5’9 and about 185 lbs. and was wearing
a brown t-shirt and a blue and white
hat.
The suspects involved in the July 20th
break-in are described as two black teenaged males, one approximately 5’10 and
150 lbs. who was wearing a grey t-shirt
and sweatpants, white t-shirt and a white
hat. The other suspect is 5’8 and about
160 lbs. and was wearing a black t-shirt,
black shorts with a red stripe, black
sneakers and a black backpack with a
shark head design.
Anyone with information is asked
to call Crime Stoppers at 800-577-TIPS
(8477). The public can also submit their
tips by logging onto the Crime Stoppers
website at www.nypdcrimestoppers.com
or by texting their tips to CRIMES
274637, then enter TIP577.
Photos courtesy of NYPD
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The New York Caribbean Cup
Soccer established its Community
Outreach Program (COP) in 2013.
As part of the program, and in an
effort to give back to their community, school supplies were given to kids
attending the quarterfinal game prior
to the start of the Team Guyana and
Team Barbados game on Sunday,
August 17th. Caribbean Cup will be
giving away more backpacks prior to
the start of this Sunday’s semi-final
game between Team Jamaica and
Team Guyana and will continue to
do so as long as the backpacks last.
In photo, Caribbean Cup director
John Melbourne poses for a photo op
with some of the proud backpack
recipients.
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August 21, 2014
What Will The NYPD Do When They’re On Not-So-Candid Camera?
Telling It
Like It Is
By Dara Mormile
dmit it – you’d love to be famous! That’s
why you’re thinking that all those special
moments in your life belong on Facebook,
YouTube, Instagram and whatever the hell else
exposes your sparkling personality.
You obviously DON’T like it when you’re the
center of negative attention – like so many people
often are when they’re caught on camera committing
a crime or injustice. Thanks to today’s technology,
EVERYTHING is caught and videotaped on cellphones/iPads etc., and if you’ve committed a real
A
crime – SMILE, you’re on candid camera and the
cops will plaster social media and the news with
your image until you’re caught.
We love seeing good things on camera too –
someone saving someone’s life and an act of heroism
- which proves that social media can help spread
awareness for something positive!
The NYPD sends out mass e-mails with criminal
acts recorded on cameras every day. One of the most
shocking videos I’ve seen was footage of a man getting shot in broad daylight in East New York – the
gunman’s face, and hand with the weapon, in clear
sight. Did this really help them solve a crime? In
many cases, I can confidently say that video surveillance has helped solve crimes and made the course
of events leading up to the incident hard to fake. You
just can’t argue with what the hidden video camera
reveals.
You can lie…reinterpret the course of events or
you can defend what “looked like” something legitimate – but if the wrong person catches you in the act,
WATCH OUT!
Sure, I’ve touched on the subject of police abusing their powers, such as in the Eric Garner case, but
now that Public Advocate Letitia James regurgitated
the idea of slapping body cameras on cops, I realized
that there’s a whole lot of doublespeak going on that
I truly don’t understand. In 2013, the 
reported that “the NYPD wouldn’t implement a
judge’s order to outfit cops with surveillance cameras until it has a gun to its head.”
A couple of reports delivered by the Public
Advocate made it sound nice… saying, “Body cameras would thwart complaints against officers.” This
is one way to make it appealing to cops to have to
strap a small camera on their lapel to capture every
move they make! What about protecting the 
by capturing acts practiced by the NYPD?
Let’s get real! If cops knew that every move they
made was being recorded by a little device attached
to their uniform, wouldn’t they think twice about
using “unreasonable” force and violent tactics to
subdue potential criminals? Civilians are the ones
who seem to need protection – the cameras would do
more good for defending the general public than the
police!
What I don’t understand is why this has to be
negotiated with the NYPD’s union. Equipping cops
with cameras certainly isn’t a breach of their privacy
– cops are PUBLIC SERVANTS and everything they
do, while on duty, should be  information.
They’re patrolling our streets – patrolling events that
take place in PUBLIC. If police make an arrest, they
have to read the person their Miranda Rights – a
legally mandated procedure. There are plenty of procedural practices police are supposed to abide by
(some don’t – which is caught on civilian cameras!).
I don’t buy the excuse that officers have enough
equipment on them and that a tiny camera would
“weigh” them down. The August 14, 2013 
 article entitled “   ”
made a claim that “additional equipment becomes an
encumbrance and a safety issue for those carrying
it.” Really? If NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton is
on board with officers having body cameras, then
why make excuses? The LAPD already has these
cameras in use – so what’s our city’s problem? If
they make these body cameras small enough and
capable of withstanding all types of conditions,
what’s the problem?
James says she first wants to put cameras on
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officials, along with volunteers,
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on Tuesday, August 19th and Wednesday, August 20th. Neighborhoods
that were sprayed included the area bordered by Paerdegat Basin,
Ralph Avenue, Flatbush Avenue, Avenue D and Ditmas Avenue to the
north. The Department also sprayed East 17th Street, Avenue U and
Nostrand Avenue to the west, Avenue W and Gerritsen Avenue to the
south and Belt Parkway to the east.
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Marine Park Filmmaker Keeps Its Local
LOBSTER
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Independent film director and author Peter Iengo is at it again. He’s
producing another movie and doing
most of the filming in familiar territory
– the streets of Brooklyn, which he calls
home. In true Brooklyn spirit, he’s
teamed up with fellow Brooklynite
Tony Lindsay to produce “ 
 ,” a drama thriller which is
due for its final cut in time for the 2014
holiday season.
The film delves into the modern day
enigma of “good men” and aims to
dispel the false notions about men that
Hollywood has adopted and exacerbated.
Tony Lindsay is the executive producer, director and writer of “ 
 ” and the main character, Brave Williams, is loosely based
on his life.
The powerful drama explores the
unfavorable results of childhood trauma, abandonment, violence, mental
illness and abuse - shedding light on
real issues that often lead to the total
breakdown of relationships and the
family unit.
Filming started on July 21st and
should wrap up in September, with
shoots in Canarsie, including Canarsie
Pier, and East New York, Lindsay’s
home.
Iengo believes that there are several
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crew and a special camera.
With Hollywood actors like guest
star Clifton Powell ( 
 ), Malik Yoba
(      movies
and  and Taral Hicks
 , “  
” has a mix of top talent blended
with local actors - Erin Sanderson and
Alexander Mulzac - both New Yorkers
performing in leading roles.
Iengo, who still lives in Marine Park,
says he is grateful to be part of his latest project. “I love the story; I think
it’s going to be a home run. We have a
strong team of people working on this
movie. This production crew – young
and upcoming college grads - are some
of the best people I have ever worked
with,” the 27-year-old filmmaker said.
Star power and a top-notch production crew can go a long way but what
Iengo is most excited about is the new
camera his crew is using this year Panasonic’s newest HDSLR camera,
the Lumix GH4.
Although the camera is an industry
standard, Iengo says “  
” will be the first feature film shot
solely on the GH4. “We’re using the
GH4 for filming from start to finish,”
Iengo said. “The GH4 is a 4K high
definition camera that is very versatile,
shoots high quality images and is easily accessible.”
Iengo discovered his love for film
while attending Edward R. Murrow
High School and credits one of his
teachers, Yoevan Hanratty, who inspired him by bringing her broadcasting
experience into the classroom. Iengo,
a budding filmmaker at the time, created a short satirical film in his junior
year called “ ,” which
earned him an Emmy Award for technical achievement.
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Elias J. Weir
Candidate For
19th Senatorial District
    
   
       
     
     
     


   
   
     

   
    
      
 

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The present 19th District State
Senator, John Sampson,  
     
 Sampson was arrested
on May 6, 2013, and charged with
two counts of embezzlement, five
counts of obstruction of justice and
two counts of making false statements. The charges stem from an
investigation over the sale of foreclosed homes, where Sampson is alleged to
have stolen over $400,000 while acting as a
court-appointed referee.” He has also been
charged with misappropriation of funds and
giving $40,000 to a business entity outside of
his district. Once again he is romancing
African-American voters to give them more
of the same…Nothing. Because he is a man
of color most are eager to forget that this
individual      
      
  His absence in the AfricanAmerican communities  
  It is quite disturbing when an elected
official uses the term: “Putting People
First”, “Leadership that is Proven” and
“Experience Counts” and does not live up to
his principles. Who and what does he put
first? The record shows greed, embezzling,
lying, stealing and corruption which seems to
be the experience that counts. He has done
little to help improve the quality of life
throughout the 19th Senatorial District,

Here is some insight on my adversaries…
Dell Smitherman is also running. He
should be ashamed of himself by stealing a
page out of President Obama’s health plan.
 He has inundated the
constituents with his flyers  
    Thanks to President
Obama’s “Obamacare”, many can look forward to     
 He speaks of job creation. 
     
     . In
2012, my initial quest for the 19th District
Senator seat included job creation for our
communities as one of my primary goals,
prior to President Obama’s job creation
plan which I strongly support. As far as it
goes for passing a Living Wage Law, that
is a City Council Member’s jurisdiction.
A senator does not have that authority.
Unless you have experienced the damaging effects of Hurricane Sandy (like
myself, a Canarsie resident and a community activist), my constituents add insult to
injury. Mr. Smitherman and Mr. Sean
Henry, speak on Sandy’s devastation, but
their presence during this time was never
acknowledged or known. Where were
they?
Mr. Henry has overcome trials and
tribulations in his personal life and I commend his accomplishments but I honestly
do not believe he has the experience or
exposure to meet the demands of the
Senate Office.
State Senator John Sampson lacks leadership and ethics. Dell Smitherman and
Sean Henry lack the experience and business acumen to make the necessary
changes to move the district forward. I
have been fighting for Brooklyn and helping
the youth since 1987 and during this time I
have teamed up with numerous associations
and we have won countless battles. One of
the hardest fought battles was in 2006 to
2008 when a private company tried to establish a medical waste facility in Canarsie. This
hard fought battle was a monumental victory
for all of Brooklyn residences since we persuaded the Assembly, State Senate and the
Governor of New York to bring about a new
law that would not allow any such establishment to be placed within a quarter mile of
any residential area.
Vote Elias J. Weir
On September 9th
www.eliasweir4statesenate.com
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It Came This Close On Conklin Avenue!
Parking under the tree on the
northeast side of Conklin Avenue
and East 92nd Street can be dangerous. Just ask Christopher Brown,
whose home is only feet away from a
dangerous tree with limbs that break
off onto the street and sidewalk.
The large tree was pruned several
times by the city, but Brown said that
the inside of the tree is dead and has
been falling apart for years. He also
said critters have chewed away at the
inside of the tree, leaving it hollow.
A couple of weekends ago, torrential
rains and winds caused a heavy limb
to crash down on the metal fence by
his yard.
“If someone were walking under
that tree, they wouldn’t have survived,” he said. “That’s why I never
park my car here.”
Even though a police line kept the
area clear for a couple of days after
the branch barreled down on the
property, Brown wants the entire tree
cut down to the stump instead of
dealing with falling branches that
pose a danger. We’re hoping the city
goes out on a limb and barks up the
right tree!
Photos by Dara Mormile
and Christopher Brown
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For Kings Plaza, Giving Back Is Elementary
By Linda Steinmuller
School is just around the corner and parents
are busy shopping to get their kids ready for
the upcoming school year. Studies show that
families are expected to spend over $600 on
apparel and supplies, which many families simply cannot afford. Kings Plaza Shopping
Center did its part by helping local children in
need on Tuesday. In partnership with local
elected officials and community leaders, the
folks at Kings Plaza distributed over 1,500
backpacks filled with school supplies at a backpack giveaway. Kids are now packed and
ready to head back to class!
Photos courtesy of Macerich
Telling It Like It Is...
Continued from page 6
police officers working in the most dangerous
communities in the city – including East New
York’s 75th Precinct. The cost would be about $5
million and I agree with her – the cost can be compared to how much the city has to pay in lawsuits
as a result of complaint settlements. Just last week
the city settled a wrongful death lawsuit with the
family of Tamon Robinson – who was killed by a
cop car in 2012 at Bayview houses – for $2 million. The city’s going to be paying up the youknow-what for numerous acts of illegitimate violence practiced by the NYPD – 
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Everyone’s safety is at risk – and not being
transparent about what’s going on to keep people
safe is one of NYPD’s biggest faults, if you ask
me. But don’t ask me – ask the millions of civilians who  have cameras on hand to capture
cops at their worst moments. A picture – and video
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Caribbean Cup Tournament
Marched To The Beat Of
Its Own Drums

Caribbean Cup Classic Quarterfinals round came
to a close today as the final four teams in the round
faced off to set the stage for next week’s semifinals
action. Grenada and Haiti squared off a brutal first
match resulting in 1 to nil win for Grenada, which
staved off strong offensive efforts from Haiti to close
out the match. Grenada’s lone goal was scored by
Shane Rennie in the first half of the match. Rennie
and Gre-nada also had help from its outstanding
goalie who thwarted charge after charge from a hungry Haitian team looking to squeak its way back into
the match.
“Out of ten I give them a nine,” said coach Alvin
Felix of his squad. “I give the man of the match award
to our goalie, but overall Haiti performed well. Haiti
is a champion and to be a champion you have to beat
champions and that’s what we did today, concluded
Felix.”
Both teams matched up well on the field in terms
of their agility and technicality. From the whistle they
got after the ball and each other, forcing their opponent to work hard to generate offense. Grenada moved
well in the first half, quickly moving the ball up field
on its Haitian defenders by using long balls and shifty
movements. But the game got nasty pretty quickly as
players on both sides received multiple yellow cards
for overly aggressive play. These fouls hurt both
teams particularly Grenada which was forced to play
the match with only ten men as a result of consecutive
penalties. Though Haiti stayed with and challenged
Grenada often and controlled much of the tempo in
the second half, it could not mount a strong attack on
Grenada’s stout defense. Its shots on goal were either
too wide, too high or bounced off of the crossbar.
Haiti’s frustrations boiled over in the second half as
its players began to fuss with one another and its
goalie even wrestled a Grenadian player to the ground
which nearly resulted in a brawl on the field. Haiti did
not give up even as the match neared its end, but
Grenada was the better team on the day, securing the
quarterfinal win over its French speaking counterpart.
Haitian player collects the ball from the net after
Grenada scored.
Barbadian goalie secures ball after Guyanese
shot on goal.
The Guyanese contingent in attendance along with
the drummers in the audience erupted not only laughter
but applause as well. Barbados which was playing without its star player Correy Barrow retreated into defensive mode while Guyana ran the show on the offensive
side of the ball during the first half. Barbados, regardless
of how hard it attacked or pressed its Guyanese counterparts, it could not establish a rhythm.
As the match progressed Guyana spread the field in
the hopes of not only playing a more tactical match but
also slowing down the game’s tempo. Guyana’s final
two goals were scored off of easy runs resulting in
another clearance error on the part of the Bajan goalie
and an easy goal tucked into the right side of the net by
one of the Guyanese players.
Down the stretch, Barbados made crucial errors on
offense and defense costing them the match, but it still
had much to be proud of as its run in the long standing
tournament came to a heartbreaking end.
This action concludes the quarterfinals round, but the
semifinals round will showcase the talents of the final
four teams left in the Cup. Jamaica will face Guy-ana in
one semifinal match, while St. Vincent and the
Grenadines will face Grenada in the second semifinal battle. The winner gets another shot at the highly
coveted Caribbean Cup and island bragging rights for an
entire year.
Semifinals action will begin on August 24th at
Thomas Jefferson Athletic Field in East New York.
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Grenada celebrates after scoring on Haiti during
the first half.
Guyanese player is surrounded by Barbadian
defenders.
Injuries pile up as the match progressed.
The day’s second and final match featured Guyana
and Barbados in what was a showdown for the last semifinal spot. Guyana would ultimately go on to de-feat
Barbados with a final score of three to nil. Guyana’s three
goals were scored by Anthony Abrams, Marlon
Benjamin, and Bevon Moseley.
“It’s a good win. We’re moving on to the semifinals”
said head coach Howard Beaton of his team. “It was a
tough game. They (Jamaica) beat us three out of the last
four years we played them. I’m hoping we try to take
revenge and redeem ourselves against Jamaica next
week, concluded Beaton.”
The match, which was far less aggressive than the
one featuring Haiti and Grenada, got off to a fast start as
Guyana drew first blood in the first five minutes scoring
off a lucky bounce pass into the net by one of its players.
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He’s Got A Knack For Snapping Away!
Photographer Keith Dawson (left) and Councilmember Jumaane
Williams (D-Brooklyn) photographed with the local publications which
Dawson takes photographs for, including – but not limited to: Roll Out
Magazine, The Beacon New York, CaribNews, Caribbean Life, Canarsie
Courier, Star, The Observer, Amsterdam News, Caribbean People, The
Brooklyn Eagle, Our Time Press and HNG News.
Courtesy of Keith Dawson
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THEN
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finally had a place to ‘hang out’ thanks to the
city’s Open Door and Street Outreach
Program. The Canarsie Recreation Center,
located at 949 Remsen Avenue, had their official ribbon-cutting ceremony on August 16,
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August 21, 2014
Broker’s Insurance Business Is All About The Human Touch
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These days everyone’s looking to save
a buck or two. With the cost of living
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of your hard-earned dollars and cents
to insure your most prized possessions.
That’s where Accurate Brokers Limited
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Stewart Gross knows insurance. He’s
been in the business for 31 years - with
the same phone number – even though
he just moved three months ago to his
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“It’s all about savings, savings, savings,” Gross told the 
The knowledgeable broker has a reputation for securing the best prices around.
“I have connections and I won’t mislead
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That’s why celebrities like Jay-Z and
 reporter Denis Hamill rely
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Gross came through on his promise and,
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For Gross, it’s all about the human
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them of upcoming expiration dates. He
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Gross was appalled with the way insurance companies handled Hurricane
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“I protected all of my customers and
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The fast-talking, results-driven broker says he gets most of his clients by
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It’s “Bin” An Eyesore For Way Too Long
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Illegal clothing bins have become a problem in
many communities across the country – especially
in New York City where they’re continuing to pop
up at an alarming rate. Canarsie is one of the neighborhoods where bins are quickly becoming a nagging pain for residents.
Many say the bins themselves are not the problem
– it’s the out-of-control mess that poses a problem.
The bins, usually placed overnight on sidewalks by
private companies, are not properly maintained. On
many street corners, clothing bins can be seen with
items spilling out or clothing around them scattered
on the ground. It’s an eyesore that many people want
to do away with.
“They’ve got to go,” said Emily James, President
of the Canarsie Merchants Association. On private
companies operating the bins, James said, “If they
have to conduct that type of business, they should
have commercial, private lots.”
According to a recent    article
entitled      
 which focused on the
overwhelming clothing bin situation, statistics show
a dramatic increase in the number of bins in the city
from 2010 to 2014.
“In the fiscal year 2010, the city tagged 91 bins
and confiscated 10. In the fiscal year 2014, which
ended June 30th, more than 2,006 bins were tagged
and 132 were confiscated,” the article stated – and
those are only counting the bins that have been spotted and reported by local residents to the
Department of Sanitation. There are hundreds – if
not thousands – of bins which are unaccounted for
across the city, possibly because they’re operated by
legitimate clothing companies. However, most bins
in the city are not legitimately owned and are owned
by for-profit companies who have no interest in the
quality of life in the communities where containers
are placed.
A majority of the receptacles are also located on
public sidewalks. “It’s a problem for people with
disabilities and those who are pushing strollers,”
said James. “It takes up over 50 percent of the side-
The residents of East 91st
Street Between Avenues K
and L, would like to
acknowledge with thanks the
Management and Staff of
Ideal Magic Discount
Store at 9418 Avenue L for
their generous gifts and support to our Annual Block Party
held on Saturday, August 2,
2014. Ideal Magic has consistently supported us throughout
the past 6 years. We appreciate
their loyalty, genorosity and
unswerving support.
We would like to acknowledge
with thanks the Manager & Staff
of Kilsaris Deli & Grocery at
the corner of Avenue L & East
91st Street for their generous
donation to our Block Party. We
look forward to many more years
of support from Kilsaris in the
future.
Hazel P. King on behalf of the residents of
East 91st Street (K&L)
walk.”
According to the city’s 311 help line, residents
can request the removal of a collection bin and the
Sanitation Department will respond to the request.
The bins will then be tagged for removal and the
owner will be given 30 days’ notice to remove it, but
it may take up to 45 days to be taken off of the property.
“It is illegal to put a bin, whether it is a legitimate
company, on New York City-owned property,” stated a 311 representative.
James believes that, unfortunately, companies put
the bins in “areas where there’s no community voice
and where no one will complain. That’s how you
know your area is run down,” she continued.
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August 21, 2014
Canarsie Kids Have A Grand Time At Local Block Party
Photos by Ann Marie Turton and Valerie Woodford
Avenue L and East 94th Street was the place to be last Saturday as the community took to the streets to celebrate International Community Fest and
5th Annual Block Party. The Block Party was hosted in conjunction with the Canarsie Merchants Association, East 94th Street Block Association and
1 Youth At A Time Inc. Spearheading this fun-filled day of games, giveaways, including backpacks and school supplies, food, and special performances was Canarsie Merchants Association President Emily James. State Senator John Sampson and Borough President Eric Adams attended the
day’s celebrations to connect with local constituents. Also in attendance were members from the Beraca Baptist Church youth ministry, who said volunteering at the block party “gave them an opportunity to bring the gospel to every corner of Canarsie.” Millennium Development’s Young Male
Initiative was also on hand to give back and partake in the peaceful and action-packed festivities. You may see and purchase more photos from
the event by visiting www.canarsiecourier.com. Just click on the blue button.
Senator Sampson Takes Time Out For A Meet-And-Greet
It’s coming closer to the primaries and candidates don’t have much time to hit the pavement, introduce themselves and speak to constituents about
pressing issues. Residents who happened to be strolling on Avenue L Saturday got a chance to formally meet State Senator John Sampson, who’s
campaigning to keep his seat in the 19th senatorial district, which includes Canarsie. Sampson’s supporters, and the committee to re-elect Senator
Sampson, also came out to his campaign headquarters at East 96th Street and Avenue L.
Photos courtesy of State Senator John Sampson’s Campaign Office
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Another Successful Bash Takes Over One Of Canarsie’s Blocks
Residents on East 88th Street can’t wait for the summer! They have a blast every year at their block party, where there’s games, food, clowns, and a
DJ keeps everyone dancing! A couple of weekends ago, the East 88th Street Block Association kept their tradition going and hosted a fun day on the
busy block. Various dignitaries visited the festivities and supported the Block Association for their efforts at keeping East 88th Street safe and active.
Folks can’t wait until next year’s shindig for more fun times! Committee members from East 88th Street Block Association who helped put the event
together include Freda, Eddie, Ruth, Joe, Celia, Massiah, Prescott and Casey.
Photos courtesy of the East 88th Street Block Association
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August 21, 2014
What Does The Individual Education Plan (IEP) Do For Parents?
This portion of the New York City Department of
Education (NYCDOE) has an array of laws that help
parents of children with special needs that will not be
addressed in the general education population: e.g.
test phobia, dyslexia, or any need that can impair a
child while learning, such as being wheelchair bound
or having problems with limbs, eyes or their speech.
Accommodation is made through zone or choice.
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BY HILARY BUCKNAL
Parents with any special needs child have
resources at their district office through their
Community Education Council (CEC). District 75 is
the place that can give the ABC’s for children with
special needs. United Federation of Teachers (UFT)
provides updated information explaining any recent
changes within the NYCDOE through www.uft.org.
The UFT also has parent outreach meetings at
335 Adams Street in Downtown Brooklyn every
month on the 25th floor. Call 718-722-6937 for more
information. Each meeting helps parents better
understand what and how the law applies. In October
of every year, there is a parent conference where
school and parent experts make themselves available
to answer questions for parents with children in
school. There are workshops that parents can attend
by registering through their PA/PTA or parent coordinator of a specific school (and their district offices).
These workshops are “parents-to-parents” by parents and include department workers who are fluent
in each subject, i.e. Title 1 Programs, Special
Education, No Child Left Behind (NCLB) and the
Common Core – to name a few. Special needs programs change from year to year for the benefit of the
child (parents need to know what those changes are).
Check the UFT website’s most recent changes.
Contact Maggie Moroff coordinator of the ARISE
coalition [email protected] at the
NYCDOE [email protected] and local
CEC18 IEP member Veronica Campbell.
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The discipline code and children work when parents have accurate information. Children need structure and parents need to be educated about the structure their children are growing in (our children do not
come with an instruction manual; we have to learn
while we teach them). Each infraction in the discipline codebook has an explanation of the said behavior and its repercussion.
There are also intervention procedures to help
stop unwanted behavior. These codes go from 1-5, 1
being the least and 5 the most severe. Children need
parents’ experience to guide them to become adults.
Suspension from their class or school does not help
the process of growth in their education.
Consequences for BAD behavior has to be taught, but
not during class time or the school year (that’s not
what our teachers are being paid for).
Parents: Let’s get involved in the discipline of our
children. Let’s learn how to help them function in
their school of choice!
The laws that govern the discipline code are reevaluated each year and sent to parents (it is called
the Blue Book). When these meetings are taking
place, parents’ input is requested (not enough parents attend and we get what we get). Still, we can
learn how to make it work for our children. When
the Blue Book is given to parents, they need to
PLEASE READ IT. If your child does not bring one
home, ask the school’s Parent Coordinator for one.
PA/PTA meetings are the best place to share with
other parents.
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Local Mas Camp Prepares For Upcoming Carnival Season
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“Sixteen years and I’m enjoying it just as much as
I did when I first started,” said associate band leader
Wendell Jack.
Jack and his band, which is named Controversial
Festival, are located in Canarsie at Farragut Road. The
band hopes to raise awareness there – and the fact that
they even exist in this relatively quiet neighborhood.
“We want to bring attention to the neighborhood.
There’s nothing going in this area,” said the Trinidadian native.
Controversial Festival’s band is divided into two
sections: one for adults and one for children. They
will once again be playing Mas in the West Indian
Band leader poses with costumes
Costumes on display
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American Day Carnival, starting with the Kiddies
Parade on August 30th and ending with the grand
finale, the Labor Day Parade on September 1st. Both
children’s and adult’s bands will feature between 150
to 200 masqueraders – or parade goers dressed up in
costume celebrating either on a float or dancing
alongside the float as it makes its way through the festival.
But Jack’s band is nothing like its “Controversial”
name. Jack and his band leaders boast a proud resume
of rich tradition, culture and accomplishment in the
lively parade.
“We were the winners of the 2013 J’ouvert, (the
pre-dawn festivities kicking off the actual Labor Day
Parade) and the winners of the children’s King and
Queens Small Bands battle,” Jack continued.
As the competition gets stiffer, the innovative band
leader and his team are always finding ways to bring
something different to the table.
“It’s about being unique, different and being able to
stand out,” said Raquel, one of the lead designers’
daughter.
Last year’s winning theme was “Africa Comes
Alive” and, according to the organizers, “It was spectacular.” Controversial’s team loves to push the envelope so much so that it recently included children in
the wild, early morning J’ouvert festivities.
“A lot of people are not familiar with children and
J’ouvert,” band members said. “We like to incorporate
the children into the J’ouvert festival. We’re just about
bringing the culture to life.”
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Canarsie residents have gotten
together with James to stop the placement of another bin outside of a grocery store across the street from
James’ business. “They tried to put
one on the corner of East 94th Street
and Avenue L. The residents and
myself were opposed to it,” she continued.
She was later given a flier for a
bin, owned by USAgain, located
directly on Avenue L. James said,
“They gave me a number to call, but
I’m not getting through. I did speak
to them to ask if they could remove
it.”
James went on to say that the representative she spoke to stated they
would get back to her, but they never
did. When contacted recently, a representative from USAgain stated “he
had no known complaints about that
particular bin from local residents,
but if the bin begins to overflow,
which sometimes happens, the problem would be addressed in exactly 24
hours. The bin which James says was
placed there at the beginning of the
year, received authorization for
placement from a local adult day
care,” continued the representative.
But, unlike other bins in the community, the drop box was relatively
clean and seemed to be run by a legit-
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imate company.
This situation was unique, as several bins within blocks from James’
salon were located either in rundown
lots or on public sidewalks and were
overflowing with garbage, which
James says is a magnet for rodents.
“Sometimes, based on where it’s
located, bins may also attract crime,”
she said. “People can hide behind
them at night and just jump out.”
She also said people in the community or passersby use the drop
boxes as places to post club posters,
spray graffiti, and advertise upcoming parties. Regardless of what’s put
on them – or in them – James and her
fellow residents just want the boxes
moved to better locations or banned
for good.
August 21, 2014
“Maddened Man” Arrested
For Train Assault
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An “L” train passenger allegedly didn’t like the way a man was disciplining his child, so she spoke up – and
got attacked. The NYPD released
footage of the man, which helped
lead to his arrest last week.
While the assault happened at the
Lorimer Street stop in the Williamsburg area on the “L” line on July
26th, commuters were asked to look
out for 24-year-old Jasner Jimenez,
who got into a fight with a 54-yearold woman at about 3:30 in the afternoon while they were on a Manhattanbound train. She reportedly made a
comment about him hitting his 5year-old child. Jimenez cursed at her
and when the train pulled into the
Lorimer Street Station, Jimenez followed her to another train car, where
he hit her head against a metal pole
and threw her to the floor. He then ran
off the train in an unknown direction.
The woman suffered a bruise to
her arm and swelling to her head. The
suspect’s image was captured before
he left the station. Jimenez was charged
with assault, harassment, menacing in
the third degree and criminal possession
of a weapon. He’s due back in court
in October.
Residents Enjoy Summer Beats
– And Cool Breezes – At Pier
Remember the old days when
there were weekly concerts at
Canarsie Pier? Although the concerts have dwindled over the
years, residents enjoyed a blast
from the past on Saturday, August
9th. A variety of bands entertained pier-goers, who listened to
the sounds of reggae and rhythm
and blues - with Jamaica Bay as a
backdrop. Residents flock to the
pier on summer weekends to
enjoy fishing and picnicking - and
the concert was an extra-added
bonus.
Photos courtesy of Boris Gorin
8/31/2014
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August 21, 2014
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Notice is hereby given that an
Order entered by the Civil
Court, Kings County, on
08/08/2014, bearing Index
Number NC-000870-14/KI, a
copy of which may be examined at the Office of the
Clerk, located at 141
Livingston Street, Brooklyn,
NY 11201, grants me (us) the
right to: Assume the name of
Amichai Grady. My present
name is Grady Amichai FKA
AKA
Gradiy
Amichai
Amichai Grady. My present
address is 1229 East 22nd
Street, Brooklyn, NY 11210.
My place of birth is Israel.
My date of birth is July 23,
1981. August 21, 2014.
Legal Notice
Notice is hereby given that an
Order entered by the Civil
Court, Kings County on
08/13/2014, bearing Index
Number NC-000888-14/K1, a
copy of which may be examined at the Office of the Clerk,
located at 141 Livingston
Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201,
grants me (us) the right to:
Assume the name of Luke
Hiram River. My present
name is Jose Hiram Rivera
AKA Jose H Rivera. My present address is 115 Lenox
Road, Brooklyn, NY 11226.
My place of birth is
Hollywood, FL. My date of
birth is February 19, 1993.
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Legal Notice
Notice of Formation of
Limited Liability Company D
Onderwood, LLC. Articles of
Organization were filed with
Secretary of State of New
York (SSNY) on 06/11/2014.
Office
location:
Kings
County. SSNY designated as
Legal Notice
agent of LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail a
copy of process to D
Onderwood
LLC,
200
Broadway #36, Brooklyn,
NY 11211. July 31, 2014;
August 7, 14, 21, 28, 2014;
September 4, 2014.
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to The LLC, 306
Gold St., #34F, Brooklyn, NY
11201. General Purposes.
July 31, 2014; August 7, 14,
21, 28, 2014; September 4,
2014.
Legal Notice
Norfolk Development Group
LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with
SSNY on 03/07/13. Off. Loc.:
Kings Co. SSNY desig. as
agt. upon whom process may
be served. SSNY shall mail
process to: The LLC, 74
Amherst St., Brooklyn, NY
11235. General Purposes.
July 24, 31, 2014; August 7,
14, 21, 28, 2014
Legal Notice
Notice of Formation of 2068
Ocean Avenue, LLC. Arts. of
Org. filed with Secy. of State
of New York (SSNY) on
07/25/2014. Office Location:
Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon
whom process against it may
be served. SSNY shall mail a
copy of process to C/O
Kopelevich & Feldsherova,
P.C., 882 Third Avenue, 3rd
FL., STE, BROOKLYN, NY
11232. August 21, 28, 2014;
September 4, 11, 18, 25, 2014.
OSRN, LLC, a domestic
LLC, filed with the SSNY on
7/11/14. Office location:
Kings County. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom
process against the LLC may
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Legal Notice
Notice of Formation of
RICHNESS LLC, Art. of Org.
filed Sec’y of State (SSNY)
on 3/27/14. Office location:
Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon
whom process against it may
be served. SSNY shall mail
copy
of
process
to
Corporation
Service
Company, 80 State St.,
Albany, NY 12207. July 31,
2014; August 7, 14, 21, 28,
2014; September 4, 2014.
Legal Notice
Notice of Qualification of
FPG
COBBLE
HILL
ACQUISITIONS,
LLC.
Authority filed with Secy. of
State of NY (SSNY) on
06/24/14. Office location:
Kings County. LLC formed in
Delaware (DE) on 06/23/14.
Princ. office of LLC: c/o
Fortis Property Group, LLC,
Attn: Jonathan J. Landau, 45
Main St., Ste. 800, Brooklyn,
NY 11201. SSNY designated
as agent of LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail
process to the LLC at the
addr. of its princ. office.
Purpose: Any lawful activity.
July 17, 24, 31, 2014; August
7, 14, 21, 2014
Legal Notice
Notice of Formation of Spiral
Realty LLC Articles of
Organization filed with
Secretary of State of NY
(SSNY) on 07/09/2014.
Office
location:
Kings
County. SSNY designated as
agent of LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mall
process to: C/O The LLC,
1037 64th Street Brooklyn
NY 11219 which is also the
principal business location.
Purpose: any lawful activity.
July 31, 2014; August 7, 14,
21, 28, 2014; September 4,
2014.
Legal Notice
Notice of Formation of THE
W
MANAGEMENT
GROUP, LLC Arts. of Org.
filed with Secy. of State of
NY (SSNY) on 07/23/14.
Office
location:
Kings
County. SSNY designated as
agent of LLC upon whom
process against it may be
served. SSNY shall mail
process to the LLC, 1269 56th
St., Brooklyn, NY 11219.
Purpose: Any lawful activity.
July 31, 2014; August 7, 14,
21, 28, 2014; September 4,
2014.
Legal Notice
Oriental Development LLC.
Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY
on 12/06/12. Off. Loc.: Kings
Co. SSNY desig. as agt. upon
whom process may be served.
SSNY shall mail process to:
The LLC, 74 Amherst St.,
Brooklyn, NY 11235. General
Purposes. July 24, 31, 2014;
August 7, 14, 21, 28, 2014.
Legal Notice
Notice is hereby given that an
Order entered by the Civil
Court, Kings County on
08/12/2014, bearing Index
Number NC-000878-14/K1, a
copy of which may be examined at the Office of the Clerk,
located at 141 Livingston
Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201,
grants me (us) the right to:
Assume the name of Leticha
Anthony. My present name is
Loetitia Anthony Guerra
AKA L. Anthony-Guerra
AKA Loetitia Anthony AKA
Loetitia Anthony-Guerra. My
present address is 423
Fenimore Street, Brooklyn,
NY 11225. My place of birth
is St. Lucia. My date of birth
is September 07, 1971.
August 21, 2014.
Legal Notice
Notice is hereby given that an
Order entered by the Civil
Court, Kings County, on
08/12/2014, bearing Index
Number NC-000882-14/KI, a
copy of which may be examined at the Office of the Clerk,
located at 141 Livingston
Street, Brooklyn, NY 11201,
grants me the right to assume
the name of Tevin Ivan
Clarke. My present name is
Tevin Ivan Arthur-Clarke
AKA Tevin I. Clarke. My
present address is 1332
Brooklyn Avenue, Brooklyn,
NY 11203. My place of birth
is Brooklyn, New York. My
date of birth is March 02,
1996. August 21, 2014.
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Legal Notice
Notice of Formation of
Balloonitude, LLC. Articles
of Organization were filed
with Secretary of State of
New York (SSNY) on
08/14/2014. Office Location:
Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon
whom process against it may
be served. SSNY shall mail a
copy
of
process
to
Balloonitude LLC, 1196
Gravesend Neck, BROOKLYN, NY 11229. August 21,
28, 2014; September 4, 11,
18, 25, 2014.
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     
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       
       
    
    
    
  
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   
 
   
       
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   
     
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 
     
         
       
  
    
  
  
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   
      
      
     
         
   
  
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     
August 21, 2014
Canarsie Courier
MEDICAL UPDATE
New Ad Campaign Highlighting
Benefits of HPV Vaccine
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





   
 
  

  
  
  



 

 

  
  






    
     

     
   

     





  




  

  

  
  

  
  
  




  




 
      


     

Biting Problems






  
    
 


     

    



 


        

       





      


      
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        
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“Education is so vitally important for the children so in that sense I’m looking forward to back-to-school
time. But personally, I dread it because there is a lot more
traffic during school time, school buses and parents driving kids to and from school.”
Pearlina R.,
Canarsie
“I don’t look forward to back-to-school time, since
former Mayor Bloomberg took over the city school system. We need more involvement from the parents - and
more home-based school services for our children.”
Juno Brown,
Flatbush
“Yes, I’m very much looking forward to back-toschool time, because it keeps the youths off the streets.
And I’m looking forward to pursuing my own academic and career plans.”
Nayquan Tomlin,
Canarsie
“Certainly, I am looking forward to it. My daughter
is in graduate school - and her daughter is in kindergarten. This is the most important time for them, as
they shape their future plans.”
John Scott,
Greenpoint
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after high school and he produced,
directed and wrote “ ” in
2007, a story based on his family’s
Italian roots and his grandfather’s time
as a captain with the Bonanno crime
family. He won “Best Director of a
Short Film and “Best Short Film”
awards at the New York International
Film and Video Festival.
Iengo, who has his Bachelors of Fine
Arts in Filmmaking, moved from short
films to feature length films. Drawing
on his family’s connection to law enforcement, Iengo directed, wrote and
produced “,” which won “Best
Crime Drama for a Feature Film” at the
2009 Staten Island Film Festival.
Iengo didn’t stop there and self-published a book in 2012 called “
 ,” which
took him two years to write.
Not forgetting his passion for the
big screen, Iengo responded to an ad
that Lindsay placed on the internet
for a producer for “
.” He fell in love with the story
and the two Brooklyn boys formed an
alliance. “We’re both on the same page,
we’re both Brooklynites and we share
the same love and respect for Brooklyn,” Iengo said.
Both producers have their own production companies (Iengo’s Indelible
Films and Lindsay’s Kingsmen Films
LLC), which are based in Brooklyn.
They show their support for Brooklyn
by filming in their borough and help-
ing local businesses. “Eighty percent
of our budget is in complete support
of Brooklyn,” Iengo said.
Lindsay is just as thrilled about
    as Iengo.
“Clifton Powell flew in from L.A. to
guest star in our movie. He said he
couldn’t put the script down! The famous actor believes in the film’s message and told me that he was so excited to play in this role,” Lindsay said.
Lindsay told the 
he is not satisfied with the depiction
of black men in today’s society. He
seeks to change that in his directorial
debut film, reflecting on his own experiences as a single father. He says,
“    shows the
realities of life out there with dramatic
twists.”
Lindsay, who grew up in East New
York, is concerned about the high crime
rate in his neighborhood and the breakdown of the family unit. He is determined to create opportunities for black
youth and employs local kids to work
on his film. “Society has given up on
some of these kids but they really want
to work hard. I show them how they
can be productive and valuable. Many
of them are my best workers – they
just need guidance. Some of them have
done time in prison and have learned
lessons. I believe that prison doesn’t
rehabilitate – it teaches. Some of these
kids work with great passion,” Lindsay
said.
“I plan to do for Brooklyn what Spike
Lee did but I cater to a more universal
diverse audience,” Lindsay said.
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Spiffying things up on Avenue L takes a lot of
TLC - something Canarsie Merchants Association
President Emily James has been trying to do for the
past few months. A few days before she helped host
the street fair at East 94th Street and Avenue L, she
managed to make a few more changes along the
shopping strip.
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The fire hydrants were repainted silver and black
and benches along Avenue L from Rockaway Parkway to Remsen Avenue were also painted and every
tree was spruced up and surrounded with woodchips.
The signs on the trees read: This tree is not a garbage
pail or a pet bathroom. Merchants are hoping residents will help take better care of Avenue L and that
even more can be done to bring the strip back to life.
Newly painted benches and woodchips around trees.
Shiny new hydrant.
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Two men robbed a
61-year-old man of his
jewelry at gunpoint on
Church Avenue and
East 53rd Street and
police are still on the
hunt for the potentially
dangerous duo.
According
to
reports, on Saturday,
August 2nd at about
11:30 in the morning,
the two thugs apparently approached the victim, whose identity was
not released, threatened
the victim with a gun
and then proceeded to
rip off his necklace,
rings and a watch.
After the robbery, the
men were seen running
eastbound on Snyder
Avenue. The victim
wasn’t injured but
police released surveillance of the suspects
this week and are asking for the public’s help
in tracking down the
armed punks.
One is described as a
black man, 5’7” to 5’8”
and about 155 to 165
lbs. The other suspect
is also described as a
black man with a slender build, 5’8” to 5’9”.
He was wearing a gray
sweatshirt, jeans and
brandished the weapon
before the robbery.
Anyone who may
have witnessed the robbery and has information on the suspects is
asked to call the
NYPD’s
Crime
Stoppers Hotline at
800-577-TIPS.
The
public can also submit
their tips by logging
onto
the
Crime
Stoppers Website at
www.nypdcrimestoppers.com
or texting their tips to
274637(CRIMES) then
enter TIP577.
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      


       
       
        



      
     
       
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
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     
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August 21, 2014
Canarsie Courier
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

   

 
 
  
 
  

  

   

   

   

  

  

 

   
 
  

   

 
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 
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Governance and Civic
Engagement Forum
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CEC 18 Meeting
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United Canarsie South
Civic Association
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     
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Schedule Those Flu
Shots Now
    
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Grandparents Day
    
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     
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    
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T.E.A.L. Walk/Run For
Ovarian Cancer
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   
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Annual 9/11 Memorial
in Marine Park
    
    
     
 
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For children looking to join these festivities,
they can still do so. Raquel, who works primarily with the children’s bands, stated Controversial is an “open camp and is still accepting
participants.”
“It’s all ages from newborn to 18,” she continued. Although its award winning children’s
section Belmont Kids is “kind of full,” children can still be a part of the remaining portion
of the band.
Lystra James, who has been working with
Jack for the past four years, spoke openly about
her love for working with the children’s band
and her hope for fair judging in the festival.
“All kids’ bands are winners,” said James.
“We just want fair judging, especially when
judges send the scores out. And once it’s carried out, it should stay. “
“The excitement is always there,” said
Jack. “Sometimes it’s like waking up from a
dream in the middle of the night,” Jack said
about the creative process. “We – Lystra and I
– both plan together.”
Extensive planning, which begins every May,
is all about art, says the band leader.
It is this art that is represented in all six of
the sections of his entire band. From the San
Gennaro Festival, which surprisingly has a
strong Mexican theme - to its Lantern Festival
and Hawaiian Day at the Beach – Jack, James
and her daughter Raquel are all about culture.
“Our culture is all about creating from
scratch,” said James who says she does her
own designing and building of her extensive
costumes.
Lastly, a party on the road isn’t complete
without a stellar band to really get the crowd
jumping up and down. With help from its musical ensemble, which includes Boston Metro
Steel Orchestra and its dynamic rhythm section – which it will be using for the first time
this year - Rhythm Massive, it is able to do just
that.
Along with the art and theatricality of the
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band’s impressive performances comes a strong
message of resiliency and tradition.
“Everything is a festival. Everything is not
politics,” Jack initially stated. “This is what I
imagine in the clothing. Hence the term controversial.’”
His three remaining themes, an Apache Pow
Wow Festival, a Sailor’s Fantasy, and an African Festival sum up the creativity not only in
Jack’s camp, but convey a strong desire to reinforce the images of the beauty in Caribbean
culture.
“It brings out the culture of creativity. Creativity is the best part of it,” James strongly
affirmed.
Rest assured you will see the work from
these creative minds lighting up Eastern Parkway throughout Labor Day weekend.
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PETS
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
    
     
  

   
     

    
  




  

FOR SALE
    


 

 

 
   
  
     
 

 
 
 
 
 
  

THIS WEEK’S CONTEST WINNERS ARE...
Brooklyn Cyclones
HOWARD FORTE
Adventurers
E DIE M ITGANG
J ENNIFER TERSTENYAK
Donkey Punch
JOLENE JACKSON
MITRA SINGH
GARAGE/YARD SALE
      
      
    
  
OFFICE FOR RENT



The Fatal Weakness
SUSAN VISCARDI
 
 
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August 21, 2014
Canarsie Courier
ACTION CLASSIFIED
THIS WEEKEND’S
OPEN HOUSES



 





    
   

      






 
   

      
   







REAL ESTATE


    
   









 
   


   

   




 
   
   
    
   

   






    
   
    





    



    











    

    
     








      








HOUSES FOR SALE
CO-OP FOR SALE
CONDO FOR SALE




    
   
   


    


    
    

    



   










   
    

 








     
   






     

   
    
   
    
  







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Open HOuse
Canarsie: K & L Gardens Complex!
Impeccable shoplace. Semi-attachedmodel unit. 1 bedroom condo!. New
modern EIK + bath + LR + laundry +
much more including wood floors!
Common charges only $101.63.
Cheaper than renting! Move right in!
Owner very motivated! Must sell! Short
Sale! Asking $99,000.
Immaculate brick 2 family, 2 BR +
1 BR, finished basement w/separate enterance. Newly renovated
2 BR apt. HWFs, new 2014 roof,
heating system w/national grid
ins. Pvt backyard, pvt driveway &
garage. Close to school, shopping and transportation. Full
vacancies. ID# 24-073.
Open HOuse
Open HOuse
Canarsie: Huge brick split level. 3
bedrooms over 2 bedrooms over 3
bedroom hospitality suite plus finished
basement
w/separate
entrance. New roof, 2 new boilers
and hot water tank, new granite front
steps. One care garage and pvt
drive, large backyard. Near transportation, shopping and school.
Don’t miss out! ID #24-049
Open HOuse
sunday 12-2 pm
972 e 88 street (003)
(btwn Flatlands & Avenue J)
Canarsie: Immaculate 1st floor level reverse
duplex, 2 bedrooms w/huge master bedroom
suite with 2 jacuzzis & walk-in closet! New
modern kitchen w/SS appliances &
washer/dryer area. Granite countertop, wood
floors & lots of windows. 2 seperate entrances.
Top quality upgrade & top of the line hardware!
A must see! Owner is motivated!
Open HOuse
sunday 12-2 pm
1643 e 92 street
Open HOuse
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Open HOuse
saturday 3-5 pm
337 Lenox Road
(btwn nostrand & new york Ave)
prospect Lefferts garden: High
exposure! Newly built medical office
(condominium) street level 1368 sq
ft. Fully finished as medical office
with phone line, computer & cameras all set up completed. Turn key
opportunity! For sale or for rent with
option to buy! Owner will hold note!
Parking available! Can be day care,
school, adult community center or
more. 1 block away from Downstate
Hospital & other medical.
*Subject to program qualification, restriction, guidelines & available funds. Qualification condition to 3rd party approval.
ROOMS FOR RENT
saturday 1-3 pm
108-27 seaview Avenue (36D)
(btwn Flatlands 9 & e 108)
Seaview Estates - gated community, 2 BR loft w/new EIK, HWF, bath
and more! Central heating & AC!
Pvt balcony! Gym, pool, tennis court,
laundry, sauna & more! Parking!
Owner motivated! Will not last! Preforclosure sale asking $100’s (below
market price). VA no money down!
Monthly payment 30 years fixed
$902.31 principle & interest!
Canarsie: Brick newly renovated 2
family spilt level 5 over 7 over 4 +
full finished basement! 3 baths,
new modern EIK, roof, bathroom,
boiler and much more. Parking for
2 cars & full vacancies. Nothing to
do but move in! Huge price break!
ID# 24-014
(btwn Avenue n & seaview)
S/D 1 family mint condition 3 bedrooms plus living room, formal dining, new modern EIK, 2 full baths
with finished basement! Wood
floors, Driveway & private backyard! Lots of details! Close to
Seaview park, transportation &
more! ID #24-066
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Open HOuse
saturday 2-4 pm
576 e. 87 street
(btwn Farragut & Foster)
CAN YOU USE $45,000* IN GRANTS FOR YOUR NEXT HOME PURCHASE? WE ARE PROUD TO ANNOUNCE THAT WE ARE THE
EXCLUSIVE REAL ESTATE COMPANY NOW TAKING APPLICATIONS FOR THE $30,000* GRANT FOR HOMEOWNERSHIP, WHICH
CAN BE COMBINED WITH THE HOME FIRST GRANT FOR $15,000!* FIND OUT IF YOU QUALIFY TODAY BEFORE $$$ RUNS
OUT! IMAGINE FINDING OUT LATER AFTER PURCHASING THAT YOU MISSED OUT! STOP BY AT ANY OF OUR BROOKLYN REAL
PROPERTY OFFICES, OR CALL TODAY. DON’T MISS OUT!
ROOMS FOR RENT
Canarsie: Seaview Village! Most
desirable, newly renovated, high hamsphire semi-attached duplex 3 bedrooms with huge LR & FDR. 1/1/2 bath
plus huge open modern EIK! Finished
basement with seperate entrance &
family room + 1 car garage & private
driveway! Central air, new boiler, floors
& much more! ID #24-074
Open HOuse
saturday & sunday 2:30-4 pm
1231 e 100 street
(btwn Avenue L & M)
Canarsie:
Detached 1 family
Waxman 4 BRs split level. Fully finished basement, LR, DR, den, master
bedroom w/ jacuzzi bath. New
kitchen, new roof, new electrical wiring,
security cameras, skylight, beautiful
wood flooring, upgraded boiler.
Private parking 3-4 cars. ID# 23-096
sunday 12:30-2 pm
1425 e 95 street
(btwn Avenue n & seaview)
sunday 1-3 pm
1458 e 104 street
(btwn Avenue n & seaview)
saturday 3-5 pm
1368 e 92 street unit #300
saturday & sunday 12:30-2 pm
1056 e 99 street
(btwn Avenue J & K)
Detached one family, excellent
condition. 3 bedrooms with a lot of
closet space, finished basement
with bath, carport private driveway
for 4 cars and much more. Close
to school, shopping , and transportation. 6 rooms, lot size 30x100.
Building SF 1,200. Covered Deck
in backyard. ID# 24-071.
Open HOuse
Open HOuse
Open HOuse
saturday 2:30-4 pm
997 e 94 street
(btwn Foster & Faragut)
Our
saturday 12:30-2 pm
1691 Rockaway parkway
(btwn Avenue L & K)
Canarsie: Semi-detached 2
family brick. 2 bedrooms over
2 bedrooms, new roof, boiler,
bath and tile floor. Conveniently
located to train, bus, school,
and shopping. Owner wants to
hear all offers. ID #24-001
40+ SALESPEOPLE
speak Creole, French,
Chinese, spanish
& more!!!
FREE
nO ObLigAtiOn
HOnest & FAiR
MARKet AnALysis!
ROOMS FOR RENT
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August 21, 2014
Canarsie Courier
ACTION CLASSIFIED
HOUSES FOR SALE
“Experience The Difference”
8604 Flatlands Avenue
• Office: 718-272-6500 • Cell: 917-952-7771
• Fax: 718-257-3539
Canarsie: Beautiful 3
story semi-detached 2
fam brick. 3 bedroom duplex + 2 bedroom, semifinished basement. Newly
renovated kitchens with
granite countertops, renovated baths, parquet flrs,
new roof & boiler. Built-in
garage, pvt driveway &
much more! Ref #340
FOR SALE
Canarsie: Nice 2
bedrooms 2 bath
condo. Located
on first floor. Private backyard and
porch. Low maintenance, great location. Near all!
Ref #351
APARTMENT TO SHARE
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APARTMENT WANTED
East New York:
Nice 1 family 3
bedroom duplex
over semi finished
basement. Private
driveway, laundry
area and much
more. Ref #356
UNFURNISHED APT.
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     
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UNFURNISHED APT.
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    
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Canarsie: Nice 2
family brick. 2 bedrooms over 2 bedrooms over finished
basement. Private
driveway and backyard. New roof, new
boiler, new cement
work. Nice and quiet
block. Ref #352
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    
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   
  
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     
    
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    
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    
    
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     
    
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    
    
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       
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      
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     
   
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    
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   
    
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   
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   
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UNFURNISHED APT.
BO’S PRIME REALTY
UNFURNISHED APT.
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August 21, 2014
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Canarsie Courier
ACTION CLASSIFIED
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 1-3 pm
1607 E 96 Street
(btwn Avenue N & Seaview)
C a n a r s i e :
Excellent condition, 1 family semiattached, 3 bedroom duplex, finished basement,
shared drive.
(718) 922-2200
Fin #408033
HOUSE FOR SALE
Canarsie: This semiattached
move-in
ready 2 family has 4
bedrooms over 3 bedrooms plus a huge finished basement with
2 rooms.
It also
comes with a garage
and a nice sized backyard. Fin #408035
(718) 922-2200
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday 12-2 pm
109 Conklin Ave
(btwn E 94 & E 95)
Canarsie:
Totally
renovated, ceramic
tile floors, granite
counter, SS appliances, finished basement, washer & dryer
hookup. Fin #408028 (718) 922-2200
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday 1-3 pm
972 E 45 Street
(btwn Foster & Farragut)
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 12-2 pm
1336 E 89 Street
(btwn Avenue M & N)
Canarsie: 2 family
semi-attached brick,
3 bedrooms over 3
bedrooms plus finished
basement,
driveway,
large
rooms,
hardwood
floors. Fin #408009 (718) 922-2200
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 1-3 pm
1230 E 99 Street
(btwn Avenue L & M)
Canarsie:
Semiattached 1 family split
level prime Canarsie
location. Use as 3 or 4
bedrooms.
Large
yard, private driveway,
3 car parking 32x100
lot. Fin #408051
(718) 922-2200
HOUSE FOR SALE
Canarsie: This semidetached 3 bedroom
duplex comes with 2
baths, HWFs, FDR,
den and a full basement. Property has a
garage and parking for
5 cars. House is located one block from L
train. Fin #408007
(718) 922-2200
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 12-2 pm
1610 Canarsie Rd
(btwn Avenue N & Seaview)
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 1-2 pm
1255 E 80 Street
(btwn Avenue L & M)
Canarsie: Condo,
2 bedrooms. 1 full
bath & 1 partial
bath. Fin #402006 (718) 272-6666
HOUSE FOR SALE
East New York: 2
family attached brick
duplex, 3 BRs, 2
baths, 1 partial bath
full finished basement,
backyard,
guarantee
full
vacancy, new roof
and some new windows. Fin #402017 (718) 272-6666
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday 2-4 pm
2527 Ocean Crest Blvd
(btwn Hartman & B 25 St)
Bayswater, Queens:
Huge 2 family, being
used one family. 7 BRs,
2 garage, additional
parking, full finished
basement w/separate
entrance, back & front
porch & yard, ceramic tile
kitchen. Fin #402010
(718) 272-6666
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 12-2 pm
2140 Knapp Street
(btwn Avenue U & V)
Canarsie: 2 family
detached brick double
duplex with three full
baths, newly renovated bathroom and full
finished
basement
with a partial bath.
(718) 922-2200
Fin #408019
Sheepshead Bay: Coop 2 BRs, walk to shops,
transportation & schools.
All redone, HWFs, laundry area, security gaurd
8pm-4am. Fin #402025
Canarsie: Nicely
renovated,
detached home.
Large Yard, large
rooms. New boiler
& hot water heater.
4 bedrooms, 3 full
baths.
Fin #408059
(718) 922-2200
This 2 bedroom
condo is located
on
a
quiet
block. It comes
with 1 1/2 bath,
hardwood floors
and 2 balconies.
Fin #408030
(718) 922-2200
Saturday 2-4 pm
9217 Foster Avenue
CONDO FOR SALE
Saturday & Sunday 2-4pm
2265 Gerritsen Avenue
(btwn Avenue U & V)
Gerritsen
Beach:
Beautiful 1 BR Co-op,
2nd floor, building
newly decorated + new
kitchen & bath, outside
pool, Exc location convenient to everything,
only look for reasonable offer. Fin #402023
(718) 272-6666
HOUSE FOR SALE
East
Flatbush:
Beautiful 1 family
semi-detached
duplex home. 3 bedrooms, full LR & DR,
finished basement,
detached garage.
Back & front yards &
private
driveway.
(718) 272-6666
Fin #402015
OPEN HOUSE
Sunday 2-4 pm
126 E 88 Street
(btwn Avenue A & B)
Canarsie: Excellent
2 family attached
brick, 2 bedroom
duplex over 1 bedroom walk-in, community drive ith
detached garage.
(718) 922-2200
Fin #408057
HOUSE FOR SALE
OPEN HOUSE
(718) 272-6666
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 2-4 pm
68 Herzl Street
(btwn Pitkin & Sutter)
(718) 272-6666
OPEN HOUSE
(btwn E 92 & E 93)
Canarsie:
2
family
attached, 3 BRs over 2
BRs, full finished basement, huge living rooms
in both apts, redone from
top to bottom. Granite
countertops,
gourmet
kitchen, skylight, SS
appliances. Fin #402014 (718)
Canarsie:
1 family
duplex, 4 1/2 extra large
room apt, full finished
basement w/ separate
entrance, new roof,
garage & Driveway.
Rear porch, rear steel
deck leading to large
backyard Fin #402021
Brownsville: 1 family
brick duplex 3 BRs, 1
bath, full finished basement, in good condition,
nice block & parking.
Will be delivered vacant!
Fin #402019
OPEN HOUSE
Saturday 1-3 pm
1364 E 101 Street
(btwn Avenue M & N)
272-6666
(718) 272-6666
Canarsie: 2 family
attached brick, 6
bedrooms, 2 full
baths, full finishd
basement.
Near
shopping and transportation.
(718) 272-6666
Fin #402020
40
August 21, 2014
Canarsie Courier
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