Sunday, February 14, 2010

Valentine's Day reading - Cobble Hill Couple

Here's a short but sweet excerpt & photo from the local Metro newspaper featuring Cobble Hill Association President Roy Sloane with wife and fellow activist Judi Francis.

Protests sometimes provide the most romantic backdrops. Just ask Judi Francis and Roy Sloane, who have been fighting plans to include six high-rises in Brooklyn Bridge Park, an 85-acre green space to stretch along the East River from under the Manhattan Bridge to Atlantic Avenue.  

check out the full article here.

Thursday, February 11, 2010

Meeting About the Columbia Street Salt Pile

Tonight at 7:30 is the next Cobble Hill Association roundtable, this time with Daniel Squadron as our guest. All are welcomed to attend, but if you can't... there's another important community meeting going on...


Community Meeting with American Stevedoring Inc. (ASI) & Columbia Waterfront Neighborhood Association (CoWNA) to discuss community concerns regarding the Salt Pile on the Columbia Street Pier (Brooklyn) will take place Thursday, February 11th, 2010 at 6:00 pm

Postgraduate Center for Mental Health, Community Room
177 Columbia Street (at Degraw Street), 5th Floor

Sponsored by: Councilmember Brad Lander, State Senator Daniel Squadron, Assemblywoman Joan L. Millman, Councilmember Stephen Levin

For more information, please contact Michael Curtin in Councilmember Lander’s office, (718) 499-1090 or
photo : Christian Hansen for The New York Times

Thursday, February 4, 2010

Community Roundtable with State Senator Daniel Squadron

The Cobble Hill Association continues its Community Roundtable Series, this time with State Senator Daniel Squadron as our guest.

7:30 PM on THURSDAY, February 11th
@ Christ Church, (corner of Clinton and Kane Streets)

Hosted by the Cobble Hill Association, the community roundtable series provides an opportunity for you to meet directly with your elected officials. We are honored to have Senator Squadron as our guest and invite you all to attend this informal meeting, where you can discuss any issue or concern directly with Senator Squadron.

This event is free of charge and is open to the public.

Monday, February 1, 2010


Missed the kick-off? Don't worry cause the Cobble Hill Association Happy Hour is back again -  this Wednesday, February 3rd.

Pull up a chair at the specially reserved tables to share great drink deals and delicious food with fellow Cobble Hillbillies at at Watty & Meg, corner of Kane and Court Street.  See event flyer for full details.