NoHo News - April 2020 
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Food & Beverage

The take out options are dwindling daily.  You can check the NoHo listings on Seamless, Uber Eats, Grub Hub and Caviar just in case your favorite is available.     

Grocery purchases are still viable, but according to our intelligence the protocol for buying groceries and purchasing at your pharmacy/all purpose store is going to change.  The number of customers in these locations at any one time may be limited, so be prepared to wait your turn. Make your delivery orders well in advance.

Astor Wines delivers, but same-day deliveries seem to be limited.  

Stay Safe NoHo
It is heartening to observe that NoHo has taken social distancing so seriously. The most recently published data show that our infection and hospitalization rates are among the lowest in New York City.  Keep it up.

The Ninth Precinct is visible at corners throughout the neighborhood - wave to them when you walk by, we are grateful.

And thanks to everyone for keeping our sidewalks so clean - even abandoned storefronts are meticulous in their loneliness.
For NoHo and the City circumstances are changing daily.  We have compiled lists of health and fitness offerings, assistance for the arts and nonprofits, small business guidance, unemployment guidance and will continue to update them as new information arrives. 

The most helpful and reliable sources are listed below:
  • By far the most updated info is found in a daily newsletter from Borough President Gale BrewerSubscribe HereSee Friday's bulletin here.
  • Best NYS weekly newsletter:  Assemblymember Deborah Glick’s Community Update.  Subscribe Here
  • Most comprehensive periodic bulletins are from Council Speaker Corey Johnsonhere’s a link to the latest, where you can sign up to receive more (bottom of the page).
Community Board 2 Manhattan
For the month of April, Manhattan Community Board 2 meetings will be held virtually via Zoom Video Conferencing  Instructions on how to access the meetings will be posted in advance.

If you wish to participate, there is no charge, but you will have to download a small program patch.  You can get instructions here.  If you want to host a video conference, click on this link for pricing.  There is a free plan.

At this time, only the Executive Committee is scheduled to meet - Tuesday, April 7th, and again on Tuesday, April 14th. These meetings will all begin at 6:30pm. Please check the CB2 website for updates regarding additional committee meetings.
Monday April 6th - CB2 Hosts Lenox Health Greenwich Village Presentation and Q&A 
Dr. Elan Levy - Associate Medical Director of the Emergency Department will give an update from Lenox Health Greenwich Village and answer questions.
When: Apr 6, 2020 06:00 PM 
Topic: CB2 Hosts Lenox Health Greenwich Village Presentation and Q&A 
Register in advance for this webinar:
After registering, you will receive a confirmation email containing information about joining the webinar.
CB2 List of Covid Related Resources

Take the CB2 Survey of District 2 Businesses
Get texts with NYC Covid-19 updates:  Text COVID to 692692
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