In case you missed our January 28th meeting with our 19th Precinct's Neighborhood Coordination Officers (NCOs), read the attached article summarizing the issues and concerns raised by your E72NA neighbors and the 19th Precinct's plan to address them.Read More
2018 has been a busy year for e72na. We ended the year with 22 member buildings, representing over 5,000 residents, spanning a wide area from 3rd Avenue to the East River, and 69th Street to 74th Street.Read More
In our continuing effort to improve pedestrian safety in the East 72nd Street Neighborhood, our volunteers recently undertook our third survey of commercial bicycle delivery practices to document compliance with the Department of Transportation (DOT) rules and regulations for restaurant deliveries.Read More
Join us for the next E72NA Community-wide meeting on Tuesday, April 17th at 6:30pm.
Guests: NYPD 19 Pct.'s Det. Lombardi & Deputy Inspector Kathleen Walsh, and elected officials Ben Kallos & Keith Powers
Agenda: UES Safety & Crime, Zoning Regulations, Cross-town Buses, SBS stop on 72nd Street & Bike Delivery Safety.
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We were mentioned in an Our Town article by Michael Garofalo where Ben Kallos commended our efforts on the Bike Safety Report. "Kallos applauded the work of the East 72nd Neighborhood Association, which has released reports grading local restaurants on their bike safety practices, including whether riders wore vests, displayed identification tags or rode e-bikes". Full article.Read More
Our Second Avenue M15 local bus stop is back at its regular location, between 71st & 72nd Streets.Read More
The MTA Bus has proposed reducing the service frequency of our crosstown buses --- the M72, M66 & M31 in September. It is the MTA's position that these bus routes have low demand, and that a portion of the buses serving these routes should be re-allocated to areas of the city with high ridership demand.
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