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Tuesday, December 8, 2009

Bronx News Roundup, Dec. 8

The Mount Hope Community Center's opening is delayed due to a problem the size of three-eighths of an inch. The city claims that the building extends less than an inch on their property and thus refuses to issue the center its permanent certificate of occupancy. Read about some previous delays in opening that we published in the Mount Hope Monitor.

The Daily news highlights some of northern Riverdale's best finds.

A Daily News columnist, provides a glimpse into the crusade of a Bronx woman's tireless anti-gun crusade.

Another Daily News columnist hints that many Bronx politicians have hopes of assuming leadership positions on City Council.

The Department of City Planning has proposed the rezoning of an L-shaped area in the Tremont and Bathgate neighborhoods running along Third Ave. to spur growth in the area.

A developer has big plans for an area in East Tremont, including the construction of an 18-story building and a possible bowling alley.

A Bronx homeowner continues to be slapped with littering tickets for unsightly messes in her front yard that she blames on trash being blown from a nearby bus stop.

The Daily New's latest coverage of the Armory's living wage stand-off reports that the mayor's office offered a compromise. Stay tuned for our posting on the developing story later today.

Two Bronx schools have been added to the Department of Education's closure list.

Police have survellience video of the gunman in an attempted robbery shooting on Grant Avenue in Concourse Village.

Police continue to investiage the shooting a of a Bronx mother who was killed yesterday outside her home in front of her two daughters.


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