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Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Bronx News Roundup Sept. 11

At least one of the three bullets that injured an undercover police officer on a Bronx subway platform, Friday, was fired by a colleague, police have confirmed.

On Wednesday and Thursday parts of the Bronx and Staten Island will be sprayed with pesticide to kill mosquitoes and ward off the West Nile virus.

Bronx Congressman Eliot Engel is one of many Democrats taking issue with what they see as the misguided optimism of General David Petraeus, America's top military man in Iraq. Petraeus, who's currently testifying on Capitol Hill, says the surge strategy is working.

The Bronx Cultural Trolley, a free monthly trolley run by the Bronx Council on the Arts, has been named the best in the city. The trolley, a replica of an early 20th Century model, ferries culture fans from one South Bronx art spot to another. It usually runs on the first Wednesday of every month. For more information, see here and here.

With community boards back in session after their summer hiatus, here's a look at when and where the Bronx's 12 boards are next meeting.


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