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The Marine Park Community Association would like to provide some helpful updates and information to our community during the COVID-19 State Of Emergency.
We both encourage and hope everyone is practicing safe social distancing, appropriate hygiene, and following all the CDC, and Government rules regarding COVID-19.
Below is a list of resources, and local information:
- KEY FOOD, 2245 Gerritsen Avenue, 718-648-4565. Senior Shopping hours 7am-8am Mon-Sunday. Online Ordering and Delivery is Available.
- Met Food, 3404 Quentin Rd, Brooklyn, (718) 645-1476, New Hours are 8am - 7pm, Food deliver policy is as follows - you must come into the store and shop for your items for home drop off. No senior shopping hours.
- Food Universe - Flatbush Avenue, Store hours 7am - 8pm, Food delivery policy is as follows you must shop in store and spend $50 for home delivery. No Senior shopping hours.
- BUCKLEY’S Restaurant ANNOUNCEMENT
To our valued customers…
The Buckley family is taking the current pandemic very seriously. Our main concern is the safety and health of you, our customers, our employees, and our family.
In response, takeout and delivery is available from 3 to 8 PM until further notice.
We are also offering our 4 for $40 which includes four orders of one single entree, mashed potatoes, and a vegetable. This offer is for pickup only and choices includes Roast Beef, Meatloaf, or Fresh Ham only.
Thank you for support and understanding in these uncertain times. We’re all this together and we’ll get through it together.
- Brenans Meat Market - Closed to the public, you can call for orders at 718-758-1289, for order pick up/curbside delivery. Hours for ordering are 8am - 6pm, after 2pm orders will most likely be processed for the following day.
- Michael’s Restaurant Brooklyn- Closed Monday’s, no dinning in, closing now at 8pm, limited delivery, they are doing take out orders for curbside pick up.
- Marine Park hardware - New Hours - 9am - 4:30pm M-Sat, 9:30am - 1:30pm Sunday, Public access is limited to only half of the store to practice sage social distancing. You can call for crib side orders. They have no masks or hand sanitizers, but they have plenty of rubber gloves, house hold cleaners and house hold items.
- Franks Pizza Flatbush - Depending on business they may stay open either till 8 or 9pm, hours may change daily, delivery only.
- Moretti Bakery, 3 people are allowed in the store at a time, Open Hours 7am - 2pm.
- Palermo Bakery Shop, Open Tuesday - Sat 8:30am -6:30pm, Sun 9am - 5pm.
- Aliotta Pastry Shop, 8am to 7pm, 2 people at a time in store. Check their Instagram and Facebook for updates.
- Super Dream Laundromat, 3126 Avenue U, Brooklyn, NY 11229, 9-5pm Mon-Sun, no drop off service.
- Bubbles Laundromat, 7:30 -7:30pm Mon-Sun, still offering drop off service. 5803 Avenue T, Brooklyn, NY 11234
- Catholic Church Update - Good Shepherd Church is offering a daily 10am FB Live Mass, however Saint Columbia has nothing schedule at this time and is directing people to Good Shepherds FB and the Catholic Channel.
- Lenny and John’s and Kings Plaza are closed.
- JoMart Chocolates, M-Sat 10-5pm is advising people to call ahead for orders. They have EASTER CHOCOLATES.
- Senator Andrew Gounardes office information/updates. Testing is now by appointment only please call #1844NYC4NYC. The Senator’s office is open for phone calls only, no walk ins. Please call 718-238-6044, The Senator is looking for volunteers to help with aiding in delivers to the elderly. He is conducting daily staff meeting to bring new updates to the community via his Facebook page.
- Carmine Carro Community Center is closed.
- The MPCA will continue to update you as new information becomes available, please check with all these business directly for any daily changes.
The Marine Park Community Association would like to address the recent discussion regarding Marine Park funding.
The Marine Park Community Association wants to inform the community that the views, thoughts, and opinions expressed belong solely to that person and or persons, and not necessarily the opinions, views, and thoughts of our organization.
The Marine Park Community Association has been in existence for ninety-four years. We have a history of working with all members of the community – Politicians, Police, Fire, Health Agencies, Parks, Sanitation, Transportation, National Grid, Con Edison, etc. for the betterment of the Quality of Life for the residents of Marine Park and surrounding communities.
The Marine Park Community Association would like to see our local politicians and City agencies pursue recouping this money. There are other community groups in Marine Park – the Salt Marsh Alliance, the Marine Park Alliance, the Madison/Marine/Homecrest Civic Association - and the MPCA works closely with them to address the issues in Marine Park – potholes, playgrounds deteriorating, bathrooms not working properly, water ponding, lack of staffing, etc.. We had a community meeting last April with the Parks Department and we are still waiting for some of these issues to be resolved. Lack of funds is critical to making these improvements and we need to find the money to accomplish this.
Having stated all the above, we have to move forward to work together to accomplish the goal of restoring Marine Park.
Start of Pickle Ball for “Active Adults & Seniors at the MPAA on Friday’s throughout summer, 9am for Beginner instruction & 10am to 12 noon, open play. Free to all MPAA members, come out & try it or watch this National game take off in Marine Park, Brooklyn NY.
Former City Councilman
1956 - 2019
It is with heartfelt sadness that we have learned of the passing of our former City Councilman Lew Fidler. Lew was more than a City Councilman – he was a neighbor who cared about his community and all those who needed his assistance. He was passionate about many problems in our City, as we can attest to when he attended our Marine Park Community Association monthly meetings. Through the years he was an advocate for our community and supported many projects in Marine Park and the Hendrick I. Lott House. His presence will be greatly missed.
Our sympathy goes out to his wife Robin, their two sons, family and friends. May the love that surrounds you be a source of comfort during this difficult time.
The Funeral for Lew Fidler will be held tomorrow, Tuesday, May 7th, 2019 at 11:00am, at IJ Morris Funeral Home, located at 1700 Coney Island Avenue. (Between Avenue M and Avenue N).
Shiva details will be shared as they become available.
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Attention MPCA members we will be broadcasting each general MPCA meeting on Facebook live on our new Facebook page - https://www.facebook.com/pg/marineparkcommunityassociation
MPCA President Robert Tracey would like to thank our members and community for your thoughtful and generous donations and membership renewals. We look forward to a great year together!
Steven Pollard, 1988-2019
The Marine Park Community Association wishes to extend their sincere condolences to the family of New York City firefighter Steven Pollard, a resident of our Marine Park Community. In an attempt to help victims of a car accident he lost his life trying to assist others, a reminder of the risks our first responders face every day. Our condolences also to the Fire Department family and members of Ladder Co. 170 on the tragic loss of their fellow firefighter. We join the city in mourning the loss of such a young person performing his job with a bright future ahead of him. May he rest in peace.
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33rd Annual Halloween/Fall Festival
October 20, 2018
The Marine Park Community Association would like to thank Geoffrey Martin, Park & Recreation Manager and his Parks staff for their assistance in preparing the Fall Festival event site for our 33rd Annual Fall Festival. Upon our request, his staff mowed the lawn area; set up additional garbage pails and installed snow fencing for the pumpkin patch and cemetery area as well as revising both areas when it was decided the areas would be too small to accommodate 2,500 lbs.of pumpkins.
There were many smiling faces as the children picked out their pumpkins; took pictures in the pumpkin patch and then decorated them; ate their free popcorn while watching the Puppet show and participated in many craft activities. Attendance at this event was estimated to be approximately 3,000.
We could not continue this annual event without the support of the Parks Department and our local elected politicians. Thank you to Sen. Marty Golden for his partnership with the MPCA as well as NYC Councilman Alan Maisel who has provided the opportunity for the MPCA to apply for grants to help fund events like this for the community. Additional thanks to the 30 student volunteers from James Madison H.S. and community volunteers; Partnership for Parks for their Puppet Show; the Fire Department; the Police Department and Auxiliary; the Kids Mobile (Library); N.Y. Road Runners and Aviator Sports.