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CoRMA

The Cortelyou Road Merchants Association is established to actively engage merchants, neighbors and business professionals of Cortelyou Road in an effort to create a vibrant commercial corridor and expand the economic growth of the Flatbush community.

BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Kathie Lee Co-President    Susan Siegel Co-President

Adam Robertson, Treasurer

Michelle Inciarrano, Secretary

CORMA ARCHIVE:  http://cormamerchants.blogspot.com

Are you a business on Cortelyou Road and wish to become a member? Want to learn more about what neighbors can do to make Cortelyou Cleaner and Better? We want to hear from you!
Email us: helloCORMA@gmail.com

Flatbush Family Network
Flatbush Family Network-a support network of parents in the Victorian
Flatbush Community who plan activities throughout the year. To
join, click here.

Friends of Cortelyou
Friends of Cortelyou (FOC)
is a group of residents and business owners who meet regularly to
plan and implement strategies that support Cortelyou Road’s appearance and vitality. FOC hosts welcome
receptions for new neighbors, art exhibits, wine & food tastings,
and cooking demonstrations in local businesses. Contact Jan Rosenberg for more information: janrosenb@aol.com

Cortelyou Farmers Market
The Cortelyou Farmers Market, open Sundays year round, on Cortelyou Road between Rugby and Argyle roads (outside the PS 139 schoolyard on Cortelyou), is a wonderful place to meet and greet neighbors, shop for fresh food, drop off clothing for donation and food scraps for composting. Emily Winkler-Morey, the
market manager, is employed by GrowNYC which oversees the management of the
Greenmarkets throughout the city. For more information visit: http://www.grownyc.org/greenmarket/brooklyn/cortelyou

Brooklyn Center for Performing Arts
Year-round performances for the entire family at Brooklyn College.
For further information visit: https://www.brooklyncollegepresents.org

Schools
Flatbush has a number of high-quality educational institutions, from our elementary
schools that have received city-wide recognition for their programs to Brooklyn
College, which received national recognition as one of the best small colleges
in America. For information about our neighborhood schools visit the NYC Departement
of Education website at: www.nycenet.edu

Imagine Flatbush 2030
With the support of the Rockefeller Foundation and in partnership with the Flatbush Development Corporation, MAS created a demonstration project: Imagine Flatbush 2030 to bridge the gap between PlaNYC’s sustainability goals and consensus-driven community-based planning. Over the past year, the MAS Planning Center has worked with residents, business owners, youth, community leaders, social service providers, and clergy in Flatbush, Brooklyn to assist them in creating a neighborhood sustainability and livability agenda, and tools to measure progress toward consensus-based goals.

Neighborhood Associations
Albermarle-Kenmare Terrace
Beverely Square East
Beverley Square West
Caton Park
Ditmas Park
Ditmas Park Corner
Ditmas Park West
Fiske Terrace- mail@fisketerrace.com
Midwood
Newkirk Avenue
Prospect Park South
South Midwood
West Midwood