Dear East Harlem, I wanted to personally communicate that we will be returning to in-person meetings going forward.
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A community board representing East Harlem is closing its district office and will conduct its business remotely as safety measures amid the coronavirus outbreak in New York City, the board announced this week.
Community Board 11 condemns the Trump administration’s use of U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement (ICE) raids to terrorize immigrant communities, predominately of color, throughout the United States.
Join the Harlem Community Board 11 Community Forum 2018 on the Trump administrations proposed Public Charge Rule at the East Harlem Health Center at 158 East 115th Street, New York, NY.
Community Board 11 of Manhattan will hold a public hearing on the Mayor’s Preliminary Budget for Fiscal Year 2019.
Our friends at Community Board 11 in East Harlem want you to #GetInvolved in October 2017 for meetings and more!
Today, the New York State Cannabis Control Board (CCB) voted to adopt cannabinoid hemp products regulations, establish fees for licensed cannabis laboratories across New York.
By HWM Staff Reports As the need continues to increase meals from Harlem to Hollis continues to welcome migrants the need has become greater, than one would say…ever before.
A dedicated community advocate, long-serving New York City employee, and proud Harlem resident received a special honor on Monday when a street in Hamilton Heights was officially co-named in her memory.
The Street Harassment Prevention Advisory Board (SHPAB), launched a citywide outreach effort to conduct a survey on the nature, prevalence, and impact of street harassment on New Yorkers.
MMPCIA was contacted by the Deputy Counsel and Director of Community and Intergovernmental Relations of the Landmark Preservation Committee (LPC) on August 26th, 2023.
Clyde Frazier Sr., the Venerable Harlem luminary reflects on 911, the passing of his beloved son Clyde Frazier, Jr., and more.