Local Government

JHS 104 Simon Baruch Junior High School

330 E 21st St, New York, NY 10010

LEGAL NAME: JHS 104 SIMON BARUCH

BEDS CODE: 310200010104

INSTITUTION ID: 800000048398
 

 


Keith Powers - NYC Council Member District 4

City Council District 4 includes the Upper East Side, Carnegie Hill, Yorkville, Central Park South, Midtown East, Times Square, Koreatown, Peter Cooper Village and Stuyvesant Town, Waterside Plaza, Tudor City, Turtle Bay, Murray Hill, Sutton Place.

Contact information:

Email: KPowers@council.nyc.gov
Contact website: https://council.nyc.gov/district-4

District Office

211 E. 43 Street, Suite 1205
New York, NY 10017

212-818-0580

Legislative Office 

250 Broadway, Suite 1815
New York, NY 10007

212-788-7393
212-788-7366 phone

Committees: 

Committee on Health 
Committee on Economic Development 
Committee on Finance 
Subcommittee on Capital Budget 
Committee on Governmental Operations 
Committee on Oversight and Investigation 
Committee on Public Safety 
Committee on Criminal Justice (Chair) 


Know Your Evacuation Zone

The time to prepare is now. Know your zone. Know the hazards. Visit NYC.gov/knowyourzone to find your hurricane evacuation zone.  


Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) Permit Application Finder Map

The New York City Landmarks Preservation Commission (LPC) Permit Application Finder map displays permit applications and issued permits for work on Individual, Interior and Scenic Landmarks, as well as Historic District buildings in all five boroughs. It includes detailed, up-to-date information on the status of LPC permit applications filed and permits issued since January 1, 2016.

Users can search by address or docket number or simply click on designated buildings and sites to see if there are any applications for work that requires an LPC permit (this includes any restoration, alteration, reconstruction, demolition, or new construction that affects the exterior of an individual landmark or building in a historic district).

For more information on how to use the map, click on the gear icon in the map's upper right corner.

To learn more about LPC permits, please visit the LPC application information page.

Map information is subject to change. If you would like to confirm the status of a permit, please contact the LPC.


Landmarks Preservation Commission Business Express Service

LPC launched a Business Express Service that will serve as a one-stop shop for business owners in landmark buildings making it easier for them to get their permits. This initiative supports Mayor Adams's "Rebuild, Renew, Reinvent Blueprint for New York City's Economic Recovery."

The LPC Business Express Service includes a dedicated hotline and team of preservationists who will offer pre-application consultation and focused application review to support businesses located in storefronts and other street-level commercial spaces in the City's designated buildings and historic districts, including restaurants, retail stores and offices. As part of the launch for LPC Business Express Service, staff will be holding virtual Open Office Hours for business owners and their representatives every third Thursday of the month. Read the press release. Business express page nyc.gov/site/lpc/applications/lpc-business-express.page


League of Women Voters of the City of New York

Email: office@lwvnyc.org

telephone: 212-725-3541

Address: 4 West 43rd Street, Suite Suite 615, New York, NY 10036

The League of Women Voters, a nonpartisan political organization, has fought since 1920 to improve our government and impact public policy through citizen education and advocacy. The League's enduring vitality comes from its unique decentralized structure; working at the national, state, and local levels. The League neither supports nor opposes candidates or political parties at any level of government.

While the League's legislative priorities change to reflect the needs of society, our organization remains true to its basic purpose: to make democracy work for all citizens.

For more about the League’s advocacy goals, take a look at our Impact on Issues at the local, state and national levels:

New York City League of Women Voters

New York State League of Women Voters

National League of Women Voters


LinkNYC - free telephone kiosks and wi-fi

LinkNYC is a first-of-its-kind communications network that will replace over 7,500 pay phones across the five boroughs with new structures called Links. Each Link provides superfast, free public Wi-Fi, phone calls, device charging and a tablet for access to city services, maps and directions.

 

LinkNYC is completely free because it’s funded through advertising.

 

Key Features

Use your personal device to connect to LinkNYC’s super fast, free Wi-Fi

Access city services, maps and directions from the tablet

Make free phone calls to anywhere in the U.S. using the Vonage app on the tablet or the tactile keypad and microphone. Plug in your personal headphones for more privacy.

Use the dedicated red 911 button in the event of an emergency

Charge your device in a power-only USB port

Enjoy more room on the sidewalk with Link’s sleek, ADA-compliant design by Antenna

View public service announcements and more relevant advertising on two 55” HD displays

 

for information: hello@link.nyc

to advertise: engage@link.nyc

 Link Local

Link Local is a free program for small businesses and organizations to promote campaigns and events locally while connecting with their customers and communities through Link kiosks.
Designed to help business owners and community leaders connect with customers and communities, Link Local provides pre-designed advertising templates that can be featured on selected Links throughout the five boroughs of New York City.
For further information, please contact linklocal@link.nyc.
Submit Link Local Request at https://linklocal.typeform.com/to/I3lVBn


Creating work about NYC? #ArtOnLink
#ArtOnLink showcases local artists creating work that celebrates life in NYC. The scenes, people, icons, and sentiments showcased represent NYC and create an immediate connection between the art and the city for citygoers and visitors alike.

Free Advertising on LinkNYC Kiosks for Local Businesses. Intersection, the company who owns the LinkNYC kiosks, is looking to help local small businesses by offering completely free advertising space funded by corporate sponsors. Currently, they are looking for Minority/Women-owned Business Enterprises.This advertisement does not cost any money; if you are a small business owner all you need to do is fill out this form, which takes only 90 seconds to complete.linklocal.typeform.com/to/hO1Ecvai. [Posted 11/1/2020]

 


Manhattan Borough President - Gale Brewer

For General Inquiries:

Email: info@manhattanbp.nyc.gov

Website contact: http://manhattanbp.nyc.gov/html/contact/contact.shtml

Phone: 212-669-8300

Fax: 212-669-4305

Address:
1 Centre Street
19th Floor
New York, NY 10007


Map of Open Streets

Bicycle Utopia NYC has an interactive map that highlights Open Streets, Open Restaurants, bicycling information and arts and culture opportunities.

bicycleutopia.io


Mediating Establishment and Neighbor Disputes (MEND)

The Mayor announced MEND NYC, a program to provide mediation to New Yorkers and hospitality businesses across the city who are in disputes over quality-of-life issues. This is a free, innovative alternative that can bring lasting solutions to longstanding local issues, which are tracked by complaints to 311.  

MEND (Mediating Establishment and Neighbor Disputes) NYC will serve hundreds of New York residents and businesses each year, creating opportunities to resolve disputes before they escalate to the need for formal enforcement, such as issuing summonses, which can add financial hardship to small businesses operating under new rules and guidelines. Mediation is a constructive conversation between people in conflict that is facilitated by an experienced, neutral third person. Mediation provides participants an opportunity to collaboratively design creative solutions and repair tense relationships. MEND will get businesses and New Yorkers to communicate directly and establish respectful ongoing dialogue, helping them to compromise and coexist. 

The Office of Administrative Trials and Hearings (OATH) will administer the MEND NYC program in partnership with the Office of Nightlife at the Mayor’s Office of Media and Entertainment. OATH is the City’s central independent administrative law court where summonses issued by the City’s various enforcement agencies are filed.  Also housed in OATH is the City’s central mediation center, the Center for Creative Conflict Resolution, which has traditionally been responsible for mediating City government workplace conflict.  MEND NYC will represent the first time OATH’s Center for Creative Conflict Resolution makes its services and expertise widely available to the general public, with mediations taking place outside of the OATH court system hearing process.  OATH has professional mediators and conflict resolution trainers at its Center but OATH has also worked diligently to partner with conflict resolution groups and law schools across the City to build up a roster of trained mediators who can assist the MEND NYC program.  These mediators will be working pro bono and will help ensure that the MEND NYC program is available to all who want to participate in this free option. 

The Office of Nightlife, a non-enforcement liaison between the City and the nightlife industry and community, will be actively referring cases where there may be chronic or urgent quality of life complaints related to a restaurant, bar, or other nightlife venue. The Office of Nightlife will also provide education and support to businesses to assist with compliance and with maintaining good relationships with their neighbors.


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