Monday, March 26, 2012


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VOTE this Saturday
for money for projects
that will benefit your neighborhood.

VOTE this Saturday, March 31st, from 10:00 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. at the Windsor Terrace Library, 160 E. 5th Street, corner of Fort Hamilton Parkway.

VOTE for as many as five projects. Don't VOTE for more than five; if you do, your ballot won't be counted.

VOTE for a project only once.

Local projects:

  • B: International Mother Language Monument (in Borough Park by its border with Kensington)
  • C: Kensington Library Resources and Community Space (in Kensington)
  • I:  Technology: A Better Future for PS 154/PS 130 Students (in Windsor Terrace)
  • P: Pedestrian Hazards at the Prospect Expressway (in Kensington)
  • T: Flowers: First Fix for Flooding at Ft Hamilton F/G (in Windsor Terrace; also used by residents of Kensington)

To be eligible to VOTE, you have to be 18 years old or older and you have to live in District 39. When you go to the library to VOTE, bring one or more documents with you that prove where you currently live and what your age is. For instance, bring a
  • state driver's license,
  • non-driver ID,
  • passport,
  • EBT card,
  • voter registration card,
  • utility bill with your name and your current address,
  • current lease,
  • Permanent Resident Card (Green Card) or other immigration documentation,
  • residency letter or identification issued by a homeless shelter, halfway house, etc.,
  • Social Security Card or benefit statement or check,
  • Medicare or other insurance document with your address,
  • birth certificate,
  • marriage certificate,
  • or other documents listed listed here.

If you don't have any of those documents, contact our New York City Councilmember Brad Lander at (718) 499-1090 to find a way for you to VOTE.