A local nonprofit wants to install wireless routers in public spaces throughout the projects.
One of the projects is to reconstruct Pier 107 near the East River and 107th Street.
There are 14 projects on the ballot for District 38's participatory budgeting process.
Southeast Queens residents will soon get to vote on 23 projects in their neighborhoods.
For the first time, City Councilman Mark Levine is letting residents decide how to spend $1 million.
Residents in the 26th district will vote on how to spend $1 million during the week of April 11.
Community members pitched 17 ideas for spending city capital funds.
Residents can vote to fund the project with City Councilman Brad Lander's participatory budgeting.
Residents will be able to vote on 18 projects in the neighborhood, and the top picks will get funded.
Residents have been asked for ideas on how $1 million in budget funds should be spent in the district.
Jimmy Van Bramer is asking residents how they would like to see $1 million spent in the 26th District.
It would be made out of recycled materials and natural materials like logs.
Councilman Carlos Menchaca's participatory budgeting program for District 38 kicked off this week.
City Councilman Brad Lander is using Twitter to get ideas for participatory budgeting suggestions.
Councilman Carlos Menchaca said the money will remain allocated to a capital project in Red Hook.
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