Activist Alicia Boyd shouted down members of Brooklyn Community Board 9's land use committee on Monday.
Dwayne Nicholson resigned as a member and as the chairman of Brooklyn CB9, the board office said Monday.
Bed-Stuy residents gave a letter of approval to Fancy Nancy but shot down bids for three other bars.
Alicia Boyd of Movement to Protect the People was given a summons for disorderly conduct, police said.
With no record of the June election, board members are questioning the legitimacy of the vote.
The Washington Avenue grilled cheese spot hopes to add alcohol to its menu after opening this fall.
Applications for community boards in Manhattan are due Jan. 30.
Anatoly Dubinsky, of Crown Heights' Franklin Park beer garden, plans to open a new venue in Bed-Stuy.
The group Movement to Protect the People rallied outside CB9's headquarters Wednesday.
The new bike corrals will replace four vehicle parking spaces on Vanderbilt and Washington avenues.
The Friday evening forum excludes Jews observing Shabbat and weekend travelers, residents say.
Rabbi Jacob Goldstein was replaced by Dwayne Nicholson as the chairman of CB9 in a vote Tuesday.
Borough President James Oddo told all board members to attend a seminar on city government.
A committee resolution to let 16- and 17-year-olds serve will now go before the full City Council.
A former co-op board president and Cabrini Movement member are now on CB12.
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