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Greenpoint 4th-generation family biz gets green light for expansion project

December 9 | Editorial Staff

Brooklyn’s Community Board 1 on Tuesday voted to approve a plan to keep ACME Smoked Fish in the borough the manufacturer has called home for more than a century. The plan will create a new, state-of-the-art 95,299-square-foot manufacturing plant on ACME’s current site, ensuring the longtime Greenpoint manufacturer has room to modernize, grow operations and […]

New York is scouring its sewers for COVID-19. Are we learning enough from what we flush?

December 4 | Rachel Holliday Smith, THE CITY

This story was originally published on Dec. 3 by THE CITY. Sign up here to get the latest stories from THE CITY delivered to you each morning. As the COVID-19 positivity rate rises across the five boroughs, city scientists are working to get the lowdown on the virus, straight from New Yorkers’ poop. Unlike many […]

Opinions & observations: Brooklyn is where it’s at

November 12 | David and Adam Caslow, co-CEOs of Acme Smoked Fish

A few years ago, our family struggled with one of the most difficult decisions yet to confront us. As the fourth generation operators of Brooklyn-based Acme Smoked Fish, our family-run seafood smokehouse, we were faced with the need to build new, efficient facilities; recruit, train, and manage an expanded workforce; and handle the escalating costs […]

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