Mt. Sinai Jewish Center
Aviva and Jeremy Stern, Guests of Honor
Aliza and Yitzi Greenbaum, Pillars of the Community
Yehudis Isenberg, Herbert Harwitt Community Builder Award
Danny Bellin, Rabbi Yehuda Hilewitz a''h Memorial Award
Mt. Sinai Jewish Center’s
For Modern Orthodox, Young Professional, ‘20’s and ‘30’s Singles
Sunday Evening, June 16th, 6:00 PM
Click Here to register
Sponsor the Annual Graduates Kiddush
Parshat Sh'lach June 1, 2013
Important Notification from the Department of Sanitation
Department of Sanitation Notification to Washington Heights-Inwood Residents
Effective Monday, April 29, 2013 - Until Further Notice!
Street Cleaning/Alternate Side Parking Regulations (ASP) will be temporarily suspended in parts of the Washington Heights and Inwoodcommunities of Manhattan Community Board 12. ASP Regulations will be suspended, until further notice, in the area indicated below while the Department of Transportation posts new signs reducing the frequency and duration of street cleaning restriction in these areas. Once the sign changes are completed throughout the area, advance public notice will be given before the newly posted regulations go into effect and enforcement resumes. Please contact 311 or Community Board 12 at (212) 568-8500 for more information.
The Street Cleaning Regulations will be suspended within the following borders:
North: The Harlem River from the Henry Hudson Parkway to the Broadway Bridge
East: The Harlem River from the Broadway Bridge to 181st Street
South: 181st Street (not included) from the Harlem River to the Hudson River
West: The Hudson River from 181st Street to the Harlem River
Only signs with a broom indicating street cleaning regulations will be suspended.
The changes do not affect the 8 a.m. to 6:00 p.m. rules, parking meters, or any rules which are not Street Cleaning Regulations. Remember: if you need further information, please call 311 or visit the Department of Sanitation’s web site at www.nyc.gov/sanitation or the Community Board 12 web site at www.nyc.gov/mcb12
We’re pleased to report that the renovation project is running on time and on budget. Thanks to a generous bequest and conservative management of our financial position, the board of trustees has decided we have the capacity to expand the renovation to include the entire lower level.
Enhancements include a redesigned Beit Midrash with the capacity to seat 120 people and reutilizing our existing space for a multi-purpose room, Rabbi’s study, Holocaust library and a potential new children’s room. These improvements will allow the shul greater flexibility for minyanim, programming, and additional rental space for parties, weddings, and other smachot.
Additionally, we are in discussions with Shalom Yeladim nursery school, a successful chain in New Jersey, to rent some of the renovated lower level, including the potential new children’s room. We feel this is a long overdue service to the community. As we get more information we will share it with you.
An update on the construction so far: the sinkholes have been filled, the old rusted and leaking pipes have been replaced, and the foundation has been stabilized. Soon, we will be pouring concrete for our new floor!
As always, if you have any questions or concerns please feel free to contact renovation@
mtsinaishul.com. We look forward to building a truly special mikdash me’at together with you.
4th Annual Trivia Panoply