The additional funds from this year's budget bring the total budget for the project to $33 million.
The councilman is allocating $106,500 of his discretionary dollars for art, music, and film programming.
New rules at the Court Square garage force drivers to wait for hours for monthly parking permits.
The new 14,000-square-foot facility at 21-41 45th Rd. is expected to open to patients in mid-June.
The bill requires Percent for Art pieces be presented at a public meeting so residents can weigh in.
A plan to improve the road's biking network won the most participatory budgeting votes.
Parents still worry that a lack of school space will continue to be a problem in the neighborhood.
The DOT added a light and pedestrian signals at 51st Street and Skillman Avenue last week.
Parents say the old playground was prone to puddles and didn't have enough swings for older kids.
Jimmy Van Bramer introduced a bill Tuesday that would require more public input for publicly-funded art.
Residents in the 26th district will vote on how to spend $1 million during the week of April 11.
Riders complained Wednesday of delays, service suspensions and packed trains on the line.
Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is organizing a rally to protest poor service on the 7 line on Wednesday.
The kids' reading room boasts new carpeting, furniture, computers and other upgrades.
The funds will be used to help industrial and manufacturing companies in the area, officials said.
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