P.S. 110 Celebrates 110th Anniversary Tomorrow

Community Board Panel Wants City to Make Pedestrian Safety Improvements Around P.S. 110

Calling All P.S. 110 Graduates…

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PS 110’s Spring Fair – Family Fun For the Neighborhood

Our friends at P.S. 110 are hosting a Spring Fair this weekend and they want you to know, “You’re Invited.”  They write: The fair is open to all of Lower East Side community and beyond. It will take place in the school yard as well as Lewis street between Broom and Delancey. There will be rides, games, music, raffle auction, and food (which will consist of our gourmet food truck – Kimchi Taco and few other trucks/vendors and local restaurants).

FREE // 11a-4p // Saturday, May 14th, 2011 // Lewis Street, between Broome and Delancey.

PS 110 Hosts All Star Comedy Fundraiser at Laugh Lounge Tonight

Our friends at P.S. 110 are hosting a comedy show at Laugh Lounge (151 Essex) to benefit the school tonight.  They write: Tickets are still available for Friday, April 16th at 6:30.  Fundraiser to benefit PS110–$20 plus two drink min. All star comedy with comics Corey Kahaney of “Last Comic Standing,” Nancy Witter of “Funniest Mom in America” and Bill McCarty of “Conan O’Brein.”  Tickets may be purchased at the door!

CB3 Committee Supports Stop Signs Near P.S. 110

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Members of Community Board 3 lent their support last night to a campaign by parents of P.S. 110 for stop signs outside the school. The parents appeared before CB3's transportation committee, telling members about safety concerns along Delancey near Lewis Street. They said cars speed through the intersection, not realizing that small children are crossing.

The committee passed a resolution called on the Department of Transportation to conduct a "stop sign traffic study." A DOT representative at the meeting said the study would take about six weeks to complete. Committee member Morris Faitelewicz wanted to add language to the resolution calling on teachers to stop parking their cars on the sidewalks. Faitelewicz, a board member of the nearby Hillman Housing Co-op, said the cars pose a danger to seniors, who are forced to walk in the streets.

Committee Chairman David Crane said it would be inappropriate to "hold hostage" the request for stop signs. Crane said the issue of the parked cars would be dealt with separately.


Request for Stop Signs Near P.S. 110

State Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver has asked New York City's Department of Transportation to install stop signs on Delancey and Lewis Streets, near P.S. 110 – The Florence Nightingale Elementary School. In a letter to DOT Commissioner Janette Sadik-Khan Silver said, in the absense of traffic signs along Delancey, "drivers frequently speed down these streets without any regard for the safety of school children, parents and other pedestrians."  The issue was on the agenda at last week's Community Board 3 transportation sub-committee meeting, but no parents showed up to speak on behalf of the proposal. The committee will take up the issue again at next month's meeting.

Stop The intersection of Delancey and Lewis Streets, near P.S. 110