Hello fellow readers,
The newest edition of the Norwood News is out with 20 pages of Bronx community news you can use.
We begin with a familiar story: The Kingsbridge Armory. The latest in this poor, ongoing saga is the Kingsbridge National Ice Center’s attempt at wanting to purchase the enormous property from the City of New York. Read about those attempts by the developers attorneys who are using every legal maneuver in the book to grab a hold of the property.
Here in Norwood, we feature a story on the District Manager of Community Board 7, Andrew Sandler, facing the possibility of dismissal a mere nine months from the time he started. Should he go, it would be the fourth person in as much as four years leaving a position that’s by all accounts a secure job. We’ll keep you posted.
Inside the cover you’ll find a story on a Decatur Avenue resident’s perilous parking fight, a familiar Norwood eatery getting a facelift. and DeWitt Clinton High School’s attempt at reversing its troubling graduation rate. Lest we forget, we bring you our paper’s regular staples: Out & About, Neighborhood Notes and Inquiring Photographer.
As usual, we urge Letters to the Editor and feedback be sent to me, David Cruz, at firstname.lastname@example.org. Or send snail mail to Norwood News, 3400 Reservoir Oval East, Bronx, NY, 10467. Until next time!