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City Council announces two Brooklyn community center renovations – nypost.com

The city will finally breathe life into a pair of long-neglected community centers that are supposed to serve the residents of two struggling Brooklyn public-housing complexes, officials announced Thursday.

The Gowanus Houses Community Center, which has been shuttered for 14 years, will undergo a $4.5 million renovation thanks to $947,000 in funding secured by the City Council and another $3.5 million funding committed through the New York City Housing Authority.

The council has also dedicated $50,000 this year to provide programming at Gowanus’ community center in the interim while the renovations take place.

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