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District 34 Councilmember Jennifer Gutiérrez Wants Your Input on How To Spend $1 Million Budget

District 34 Councilmember Jennifer Gutiérrez Wants Your Input on How To Spend $1 Million Budget

Bushwick’s new city council member is asking the community to submit ideas for physical infrastructure projects in the district.

Meet Jennifer Gutiérrez, the New 34th District Representative

Meet Jennifer Gutiérrez, the New 34th District Representative

Jennifer Gutiérrez, a Queens-born activist and former chief of staff to Brooklyn Borough President-Elect Antonio Reynoso, has won the election to be the 34th District City Council representative.

Projected Winners for the 2021 City Council Primary Election in Districts 30, 34 and 37

Projected Winners for the 2021 City Council Primary Election in Districts 30, 34 and 37

Democratic primary results are in for districts encompassing Bushwick, Ridgewood and East Williamsburg as of late Tuesday night

Who’s running for city council in the 34th District?

Who’s running for city council in the 34th District?

A guide to the candidates running to represent New York’s District 34

Who’s Running for City Council In Bushwick? Meet The Candidates in Your District

Who’s Running for City Council In Bushwick? Meet The Candidates in Your District

A guide to the City Council candidates in District 34, 37 and 30 running this general election.

District Leader Samy Nemir-Olivares Helps Organize Rally Against LGBTQ+ Hate This Wednesday After Possible Hate Crime

District Leader Samy Nemir-Olivares Helps Organize Rally Against LGBTQ+ Hate This Wednesday After Possible Hate Crime

Plans for the rally were prompted by a stabbing and robbery in a Bushwick bodega early Saturday morning, which NYPD’s Hate Crimes Task Force is currently investigating.

Councilman Robert Holden Edges Progressive Newcomer Juan Ardila in 30th District, Bringing End to Tumultuous Race

Councilman Robert Holden Edges Progressive Newcomer Juan Ardila in 30th District, Bringing End to Tumultuous Race

Juan Ardila, the 27-year-old progressive, came up roughly 500 votes shy against incumbent Councilman Robert Holden, with roughly 46 percent of the vote according to early tallies. Ardila hasn’t yet conceded.

Who’s running for city council in the 30th District?

Who’s running for city council in the 30th District?

A guide to the candidates running to represent New York’s District 30

Who’s running for city council in the 37th District?

Who’s running for city council in the 37th District?

A guide to the candidates running to represent Brooklyn’s District 37

Brooklyn Supreme Court Puts Misba Abdin Back on the City Council Ballot for District 37

Brooklyn Supreme Court Puts Misba Abdin Back on the City Council Ballot for District 37

“Justice was served,” candidate Misba Abdin says of a ruling overturning a Board Of Elections decision that nixed his campaign

Paperboy Love Prince Wins Petition Challenge and Will Remain on District 7 Ballot

Paperboy Love Prince Wins Petition Challenge and Will Remain on District 7 Ballot

Love Prince who is running against Incumbent Congresswoman Nydia Velazquez in the District 7 Democratic Primary Wins Their Petitioning Case and Will be on the voting ballot this June.

A Brief Rundown of the 18th District New York State Senate Race: Dilan Vs. Salazar, Turned Strange

A Brief Rundown of the 18th District New York State Senate Race: Dilan Vs. Salazar, Turned Strange

District Attorney Candidate Recalled Tougher Times in Bushwick and Offered Advice for Its Future

District Attorney Candidate Recalled Tougher Times in Bushwick and Offered Advice for Its Future

Marc Fliedner, who ran for both Brooklyn and Manhattan DA this year, talks about Bushwick of past and present.

Incoming City Council Member Jennifer Gutiérrez Wants Your Input

Incoming City Council Member Jennifer Gutiérrez Wants Your Input

District 34’s incoming representative has published a form, which you can use to offer feedback on the most pressing issues in the community.

Prepping for City Council: A Q&A With Jennifer Gutiérrez

Prepping for City Council: A Q&A With Jennifer Gutiérrez

Motivated by personal experience, the expected City Council member plans to lead District 34 toward a more equitable future.

With Cleaner Streets in Mind, DSNY Brings on 800 New Hires

With Cleaner Streets in Mind, DSNY Brings on 800 New Hires

“Great news! Cleaner streets and sidewalks are on the way,” said Antonio Reynoso, City Council District 34 representative and candidate for Brooklyn borough president.

Rent for ‘Affordable’ Housing Units Rising With Increasing  Median Income

Rent for ‘Affordable’ Housing Units Rising With Increasing Median Income

Jennifer Gutierrez, the Democratic nominee for City Council member of District 34, says “affordability” does not line up with the income of Bushwick residents.

Lab Tests Show Dangerous Levels of Lead Falling From Bushwick Subway Stations

Lab Tests Show Dangerous Levels of Lead Falling From Bushwick Subway Stations

Streets in Bushwick may be subject to dangerous lead exposure. Because of the quiet stripping of 2018 legislation by former governor Andrew Cuomo, the extent of the problem remains largely unknown. A Bushwick Daily investigation.

What Will Change in Bushwick This Year? Local Elected Officials Outline Goals for 2022

What Will Change in Bushwick This Year? Local Elected Officials Outline Goals for 2022

Discussing housing, healthcare, employment, maternal health and more with Maritza Davila, Erik Dilan, Jennifer Gutiérrez, Sandy Nurse, Antonio Reynoso and Julia Salazar.

Famous Leonard Library Set To Reopen Jan. 10

Famous Leonard Library Set To Reopen Jan. 10

The iconic library will reopen Monday, following a temporary closure due to renovations.

A Neighbor Needs Your Help to Bring Composting to the Sidewalks of Bushwick

A Neighbor Needs Your Help to Bring Composting to the Sidewalks of Bushwick

The curbside composting service resumed in October this year, but only in some eligible neighborhoods.

NYC Election Day Guide for Bushwick Voters

NYC Election Day Guide for Bushwick Voters

What you need to know before hitting the polls on election day.

NYC General Election 2021: Guide For Bushwick Voters

NYC General Election 2021: Guide For Bushwick Voters

With the NYC General Election approaching, these are the important dates and details you need to know.

Do You Call Bushwick Home? Here Are Some Local Twitter Accounts To Follow

Do You Call Bushwick Home? Here Are Some Local Twitter Accounts To Follow

An ever-evolving list of Bushwick Twitter accounts to follow for all app users living in and around the neighborhood.

Community Gardens Are Reopening, and They Need Dedicated Volunteers

Community Gardens Are Reopening, and They Need Dedicated Volunteers

Look up and support your local community garden in providing sustenance and critical green space.

Curbside Compost Returns, but Not to Bushwick

Curbside Compost Returns, but Not to Bushwick

The relaunched organics waste collection program will continue to only serve limited neighborhoods in the city.

Antonio Reynoso Is Expected to Win Primary Race for Brooklyn Borough President

Antonio Reynoso Is Expected to Win Primary Race for Brooklyn Borough President

According to the NYC Board of Elections’ second report on ranked-choice results, Council Member Antonio Reynoso decisively leads with 54.8 percent of the vote, with Jo Anne Simon at 45.2 percent.

This Election, You’ll Rank Your Choices

This Election, You’ll Rank Your Choices

In a wide-open election, candidates in Brooklyn (and all over NYC) will be running on ranked ballots for the first time

Demolition Set for Mansion on Bushwick Ave Historic Corridor to Make Way for New Apartment Building

Demolition Set for Mansion on Bushwick Ave Historic Corridor to Make Way for New Apartment Building

While not uncommon to see new developments sprouting up on almost every block in Bushwick. Bushwick Historic Corridor has been the subject of several movements to receive historic landmark designation

Bushwick City Council Candidate Accuses Corey Johnson of Political Retribution

Bushwick City Council Candidate Accuses Corey Johnson of Political Retribution

In a statement given to Bushwick Daily , Sandy Nurse accused Corey Johnson of slashing funding to a number of districts out of “political retribution” for voting against his 2021 budget.

A $33 Million Price Tag Was Put on Proposed Bushwick Homeless Shelter

A $33 Million Price Tag Was Put on Proposed Bushwick Homeless Shelter

Local community group wants more transparency from those operating the shelter.

Bushwick Residents Call for Stop Work Order on Proposed Homeless Shelter on Wyckoff Avenue

Bushwick Residents Call for Stop Work Order on Proposed Homeless Shelter on Wyckoff Avenue

Bushwick residents have called for a five-year compromise with the city and CORE Services Group on the proposed men’s shelter at 97 Wyckoff Ave.,

The Department of Homeless Services Proposed a Men’s Shelter on Wyckoff Avenue in Bushwick

The Department of Homeless Services Proposed a Men’s Shelter on Wyckoff Avenue in Bushwick

Locals demand involving the community before the decision is final.

Here’s How the Bushwick Area Fared in 2017 Municipal Elections

Here’s How the Bushwick Area Fared in 2017 Municipal Elections

The people have spoken and the votes have been counted. How was our city’s government changed?

Here Are All the Winners from the 2017 New York Primary

Here Are All the Winners from the 2017 New York Primary

Bushwick voters turned out to vote in the primary on Tuesday. See which winners will be representing our neighborhood in the mayoral race and beyond.

What Bushwick Should Know About the Upcoming NYC Primary Elections

What Bushwick Should Know About the Upcoming NYC Primary Elections

Head out to the polls on September 12 to vote in New York’s 2017 Primary Elections.