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Vote Results - District 32

2013-2014

Amount Allocated: $2,026,000

Total Voters: 899

Community Board 14 Results

Winning projects

2014 Vote Results - District 44

2013-14

Total Ballots Cast: 1,222
Amount Allocated: $1,120,000
Sample Ballot 
Winning Projects:

2014 Vote Results - District 5

2013-14

Number of Voters: 567
Amount Allocated: $800,000 to winning projects and $1,025,000 to additional projects on the ballot
Sample Ballot
Winning Projects: 

  • District-wide Priorities: Senior Centers ($250,000)
    CM Kallos has also added $725,000 to this Senior Center project, for a total of $975,000. This includes a new security system for senior public housing home Robbins Plaza, a new accessible door for Robbins Plaza and a large grant to Stanley Isaacs Neighborhood Center, which serves seniors in need throughout the district. 
  • Bus Time: West Bound Crosstown Bus Stops ($300,000)
    Fifteen electronic signs will be installed along the M96, M86, M79 and M66 crosstown routes to tell riders when the next bus will arrive in real-time.
  • District-wide Priorities: Public Schools ($250,000)

Additional Funded Projects ($1.025M total):

  • Bus Time: M31 Downtown & Crosstown Timers ($340,000): Downtown buses will also receive bus clocks.
  • Cleaner Parks: Maintenance Machine ($65,000): Our district will receive a “tool cat” multi-purpose vehicle to help keep parks clean through tough weather conditions.
  • A Safer Library: Replace 67th Street Library Branch Security System ($40,000): The old CCTV security system will be updated with a full turn-key security system.
  • A Greener Stanley Isaacs & Holmes Towers: New Gardens ($150,000): Old planting throughout the residence will be replaced with fresh, vibrant gardens.
  • Lexington Houses: New Fridges & Stoves ($430,000): Out of date fridges and stoves for Lexington Houses residents will be replaced (4 buildings with 448 apartments).

Council Member Kallos has also allocated an additional $825,000 dollars towards Public Schools improvements, for a total of $1,075,000 dollars to fund science, technology, engineering and math (STEM) education in schools. The funding includes:

  • MS 114, East Side Middle School ($105,540): Purchase 128 laptops and 8 laptop carts.
  • PS 151, Yorkville Community School ($52,400): Classroom Laptops and Carts- 30 Laptops and a cart per class
  • PS 158, Bayard Taylor School ($117,627): Replace 144 ibooks in 4 carts of 36 each that are now past useful life and cannot run current software. Purchase 144 Lenovo X131E laptops (longer useful life of 6-10 years), divided into 9 carts of 16 laptops each. 
  • PS 217, The Roosevelt Island School ($225,000): Technology update to further support the STEM programs that will be incorporated into the curriculum. Need of updated Active Boards, computers, laptops, smart devices including tablets, iPads, chrome books, and document cameras.
  • PS 290, The Manhattan New School ($40,000): One laptop cart
  • PS 183, Robert Louis Stevenson School ($104,305): 4 Mobile Laptop Computer Storage Carts and Mac Server
  • PS 183, Robert Louis Stevenson School ($115,349): 4 mobile carts for K-2 classrooms, 1 Macbook Pro per classroom (13 total), 1 server.
  • MS 167, Robert Wagner School ($150,000): Science lab upgrade for 8th grade classroom
  • Manhattan International High School ($164,632): 30 laptop computers and cart for each of 4 teams of teachers (120 laptops and 4 carts).

2014 Vote Results - District 31

2013-14

Sample Ballot
Amount Allocated: 1,257,000
Winning Projects:

2014 Vote Results - District 38

2013-2014

Amount Allocated: $2,170,000
Winning Projects:

  • NYPD Surveillance Cameras in Sunset Park - $600,000 (1,890 votes)
  • Street Improvements and Resurfacing of Roads in CB7 - $350,000 (1,070 votes)
  • A Community Room at Sunset Park Library - $60,000 (951 votes)
  • Access to the Future: Technology for Local Schools (PS 15, PS 24, PS 503, and MS 821) - $675,000 (812 votes)
  • Air Conditioning Wiring for PS 10 and PS 15 - $400,000 (526 votes)
  • Red Hook Library Community Garden - $85,000 (486 votes)

2014 Vote Results - District 23

2013-14

Total Ballots Cast: 1,888
Amount Allocated: $1,105,785
Winning Projects:

District 33 Vote Results 2014

Total Voters: 1981
Total Valid Balliots: 1925**
Total Funds Allocated: approximately $1.6 million for the top 5 projects

Winning Projects

1.      NYCHA Playground Repairs $400,000 - 1008 votes

2.      Gowanus Community Center Re-Opening $325,000 – 706 votes

3.      McGolrick Park Playground Reconstruction $450,000 – 649 votes

4.      BOOKlyn Shuttle $198,000 – 636 votes

5.      PS261 Bathroom Renovations $175,000 – 625 votes

Projects that did not win funding

6.      Opportunities for a Better Tomorrow Computer Lab $80,249 – 599 votes

7.      PS110 Smartboards $160,000 – 561 votes

8.      Greenway Sidewalk Reconstruction $259,000 – 540 votes

9.      PS31 Computer Upgrades $160,000 – 500 votes

10.  Independent Plaza Re-Opening $150,000 – 479 votes

11.  Thomas Greene Playground Fence $50,000 – 405 votes

12.  PS38 Playground Fence $115,000 – 403 votes

13.  PS16 Smartboards $70,000 – 384 votes

14.  Give Our Parks a Drink I Cadman Plaza $500,000 – 360 votes

15.  Give Our Parks a Drink II Roberto Clemente $500,000 – 312 votes


Projects that have won funding in previous years:  list view  //  map view

**Invalid ballots were marked with more than the maximum number of votes. The PBNYC Rulebook, established by the citywide Steering Committee, requires that each voter vote for no more than 5 projects on the ballot.

2014 Vote Results - District 8

2013-14

Amount Allocated: $1,985,000
Winning Projects:

  • School Building Upgrades in East Harlem - $285,000
  • Union Settlement Playground Renovations - $600,000
  • Upgrades for Jefferson Senior Center - $450,000
  • Playground Upgrade at Jefferson Houses - $250,000
  • Handicap-Accessible Bathrooms for Covello Senior Center - $400,000
Projects that have won funding in previous years:  list view  //  map view 

2014 Vote Results - District 39

2013-14

Number of Voters: Over 2,200
Amount Allocated: $1,500,000
Winning Projects: 

  • Street safety improvements on 4th Ave - $300,000 (1,202 votes)
  • Laptops at PS 130, 230, and 321 for student and adult learners - $195,000 (1,150 votes)
  • Pedestrian safety on McDonald Ave at Ft Hamilton - $300,000 (984 votes)
  • Repair and improve three pathways in Prospect Park - $215,000 (968 votes)
  • Green roof at Windsor Terrace Library - $250,000 (931 votes)
  • Industrial shredder for Community Compost Project  - $105,000 (836 votes)
  • Outdoor plaza at John Jay Educational Campus - $150,000 (714 votes)

Projects that have won funding in previous years:  list view  //  map view

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