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Welcome To Strycker's Bay Neighborhood Council's Web Page

Founded in 1959, SBNC Is A Community Based Non-Profit Organization Dedicated To Assisting Residents In matters Related To:

Tenants' Rights

Eviction Prevention

Affordable Housing

Entitlements Counseling

Youth Services

The Resources on our web site offer A Variety of Valuable Resources for Tenants, Parents, Seniors, Children and Human and Social Service Practitioners

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Wednesday, August 20, 2003
Housing Court Calendar Now Online

You can now access the Housing Court Calendar Online.

Other Helpful Housing Court Web Links:

LawHelp.org -- NYC -- HOUSING

NYC Rent Guidelines Board

New York City Marshal -- Evictions and Legal Possessions

If you are facing eviction and think you need help contact Strycker's Bay Neighborhood Council -- 212-874-7272.

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The Grow Parent Website

The Grow Parent Website provides parents and guardians in NYC with information about the recent standardized tests public school students took in June 2003.

If you want to better understand theEnglish Language Arts and Math test results go to Grow Parent NYC.

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Under the direction of NYC's One-Stop Community Employment Program, AOL Time Warner Center (at Columbus Circle) has launched www.columbuscentrejobs.com to recruit and screen job applicants for new jobs at the new Columbus Circle complex.

The Mandarin Oriental Hotel is the first tenant to enter the employment program. Recruitment of candidates for positions at this large, luxury hotel will begin immeidiately.

Visit www.columbuscentrejobs.com to learn more about employment opportunites and how to apply for them .

For additional info, please contact Council Member Gale Brewer's office (212-873-0282 or gale.brewer@coucnil.nyc.ny.us).

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K. Williams

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The New York Unemployment Project

The New York Unemployment Project works to ensure that unemployed and low-wafe workers know their rights, and to promote policies that support the creation of living wage job and a strong safety net for workers and the unemployed.

Learn more about your rights and resource The NY Unemployment Project's Web Site

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