The projects were the participatory budgeting winners in City Councilman Costa Constantinides' district.
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.
Residents have revived a defunded plan to create a park on 21st Street.
The DOE dropped its initial proposal to co-locate the STEM program at P.S. 76 after parents objected.
Current gifted students will be granted spots at a new program that will launch next year at I.S. 126.
P.S. 85's STEM Academy is currently K-5 and the only citywide gifted program without a middle school.
Parents in District 30 have demanded more seats for gifted and talented children.
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