I wish to publicly thank Sabina Mollot and Town & Village for the write-up this blog received in the recent Town & Village weekly. Town & Village is an indispensable newspaper for all things Stuyvesant Town/Peter Copper Village, with access to both tenants and management, though the latter tends to respond with unbelievable spin or "no comment."
Town & Village is available in stores around the neighborhood. (The popular deli Lenz's always carries a good bunch.) And, of course, the newspaper is available through a subscription. In Manhattan, $12 for 52 weeks, $17 for 104 issues. Address is:
Town & Village
20 West 22nd St., 9th fl.
New York, NY 10010
Editorial and Advertising Offices number: 212-777-6611
A neighborhood newspaper is vital for the lifeblood of a community, so please support Town & Village.
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