District 33

Stephen T. Levin

Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Brooklyn Navy Yard, Downtown Brooklyn, Dumbo, Fulton Ferry, Greenpoint, Vinegar Hill, Williamsburg.

Winning Projects:

EducationFunded
Bathroom Renovation at George Westinghouse H.S.

Renovate three restrooms-1 gender-neutral- at GWHS, which provides career and technical education to over 600 students.

$300,000

George Westinghouse H.S., 105 Tech Place

Votes: 1,403

EducationFunded
Provide 6 Laptop Carts to P.S./I.S. 157

Update technology in P.S./I.S. 157 by adding 3 laptop carts to grades 1-5 and 3 to middle school grades 6-8.

$250,000

850 Kent Avenue

Votes: 1,352

EducationFunded
8 New Water Fountains

Replace four water fountains at both PS 318 and PS 157 with fountain and bottle filling stations for reusable containers.

$80,000

101 Walton Street and 850 Kent Avenue

Votes: 1,516

Parks & RecreationFunded
Plant Trees in Bed-Stuy

With up to 60 trees and tree guards bring air and life to the area with the lowest density of trees in the neighborhood.

$210,000

Community Board 2 and 3 within District 33

Votes: 1,741

StreetsFunded
Pedestrian Safety Improvements

Improvements on a dangerous, 3-way intersection, next to a playground and residential apartments.

$300,000

Intersection of Clay, Franklin, Commercial

Votes: 1,698

StreetsFunded
Pedestrian and Bicycle Connector

The project will permanently build out the temporary separated bike path to be safer for both pedestrians and vehicles.

$300,000

Atlantic Avenue from Brooklyn Bridge Park to Columbia Street

Votes: 1,450


The following projects were not funded:

Education
Dock Street School Computers

Middle School needs 5 new laptop carts to support STEAM technology.

$300,000

19 Dock Street

Votes: 1,237

Education
Gym Upgrades for Urban Assembly Campus, K483

A new scoreboard, blinds and shades, a sound system and the logo on the floor for a gym used by four schools.

$200,000

283 Adams Street

Votes: 887

Public Safety
4 Security Cameras

Two security cameras in the 94th Precinct and two cameras in the 84th Precinct, to be determined with community input.

$142,000

84th and 94th Precincts

Votes: 1,064