Flatbush residents are determined to derail a project that the developer says is a school but which they believe will be a medical facility located smack in the middle of a residential area.

Haunted by a lot that has been strewn with medical waste over the past several years, and where workers have parked vehicles used in the construction of the nearby Ditmas Park Rehabilitation and Care Center, the residents made their distress clear on Monday, Aug. 10, during a Zoom hearing held by the city’s Board of Standards and Appeals.

Residents believe that a medical facility would be built at the three-parcel site, comprising 570 East 21st St. (pictured) and two lots on Ocean Avenue. Photos: Helen Klein/Brooklyn Eagle Flatbush residents are determined to derail a project that the developer says is a school but which they believe will […]

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