UPDATE: 5 Things You Should Know This Week

Project Safe Surrender, alternate side parking suspensions and the general election!

1. Alternate Side Parking (ASP) regulations are suspended citywide on Monday, November 5, to facilitate storm recovery efforts. ASP regulations also are suspended on Tuesday, November 6 for Election Day. All other parking regulations remain in effect.

2. Don’t forget: This Tuesday, November 6, is the general election for the president of the United States, for U.S. congress and the state assembly.

3. There is a Project Safe Surrender, Friday and Saturday, November 9 and 10, from 9:00am – 3:00pm at The Mount Zion Baptist Church, located at 365 Ralph Ave., Brooklyn. Project Safe Surrender gives residents with outstanding C Warrants and minor offenses an opportunity to have them thrown out.

4. Brooklyn Tap House has been accepted to participate in this year’s Toys for Tots campaign as an official collection point for this charitable United States
Marine Corps program. Now, you can drop off a new, unwrapped toy at this local beer garden, beginning Monday, November 5, 2012 through Thursday,
December 13, 2012.

5. Inaugural Brooklyn Nets ticket holders can now make table reservations at Also, Brooklyn Tap House for its “Welcome to Brooklyn” Group Discount. The “Welcome to Brooklyn” group discount starts November 1,
2012 and is available for all Brooklyn Nets home games. Call 917-202 - 1801 or email info@brooklyntaphouse.com to make your advanced table reservations. Once your “Welcome to Brooklyn” group reservation is
confirmed for you and your three guests, simply present your Brooklyn Nets ticket stubs from that date’s home game at Brooklyn Tap House and receive 10% off of your bill.

*UPDATE 11/5/2012 2:40 p.m.: Due to Hurricane Sandy, Project Safe Surrender, scheduled for Friday November 9 and Saturday November 10 at Mt. Sion Baptist Church, located at 365 Ralph Avenue, is postponed until Friday December 14 and Saturday December 15, 2012


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