Councilman Carlos Menchaca said the money will remain allocated to a capital project in Red Hook.
The Economic Development Corporation is awaiting approval from the state agencies to open the park.
The Parks Department presented a new design for the comfort station at Valentino Park Thursday night.
A proposed $2.4 million "comfort station" would take away too much greenery from the park, locals said.
El Grito De Sunset Park is organizing a march to the 72nd Precinct in Sunset Park on Saturday.
The park's scheduled $118K improvement project will be halted until a community meeting takes place.
More than 100 residents are expected to attend a clean up day for the neighborhood park, officials said.
Tenants spoke out against poor living conditions and long wait-times for maintenance repairs.
Six capital improvement projects will be funded after almost 3,000 residents voted in District 38.
Nineteen proposals were pitched at District 38's first participatory budgeting expo on Saturday.
Jin Feng Lin hopes to bring family members from China and Canada for his wife's funeral.
The School Settlement Association is raising money for a new community center.
Menchaca defeated incumbent Sara Gonzalez for the City Council seat in Red Hook and Sunset Park.
Carlos Menchaca will run for City Council in Brooklyn's 38th District.
Menchaca, a former organizer for Christine Quinn, has been heavily involved in Sandy relief work.
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