No smoking please!

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Smoking in pub­lic spaces in the build­ing is not per­mit­ted for any­one, includ­ing share­hold­ers:  it cre­ates a health and fire haz­ard; it causes a nui­sance for peo­ple who are try­ing to climb the stairs; and it poses an extra­or­di­nary chal­lenge to our effort to keep the pub­lic areas decently clean.

If you do not per­mit peo­ple to smoke within the con­fines of your apart­ment, then please under­stand that you need to ensure that they go all the way out­side of the build­ing before they light up.  You can­not smoke in the stair­well, nor can your guests or vis­i­tors.  And you can­not leave your cig­a­rette butts on the stairs.

Please note the rel­e­vant House Rule:
“16. (d) No one may smoke in the pub­lic halls, stair­ways, ele­va­tors, laun­dry rooms or other Public Spaces of the Building”

March 3, 2014 | By More

Neighborhood Library Branch reopened

The 100 year old Washington Heights Library finally reopened on Monday, 3 March 2014 after a four years $12.4 mil­lion ren­o­va­tion and new tech­nol­ogy, includ­ing 65 com­put­ers and touch screens for pub­lic programs.

The 17,000-square-foot library now has an airier design, with new fur­ni­ture, ele­va­tors and wheel­chair lifts. The library also fea­tures 24 Apple iMacs — only the third in the sys­tem to fea­ture Apple computers.

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Washington Heights Library
1000 St. Nicholas Avenue (at W. 160th St.)
New York, NY 10032–5202
(212) 923‑6054

Library Manager: Vianela Rivas

Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday Sunday
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CLOSED

 

March 3, 2014 | By More