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Case Study: The Historic Site Of 345 Edgecombe Avenue, Manhattan

History The Nicholas & Agnes Benziger house was designated as a historic landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission on December 15th, 1998. There were none as opposed to the designation, as the site is rich with history and lore. The current structure has been in planning since March 5th, 1890. This is when Nicholas Benziger … Continue reading

New York Police Department Budget: How It Affects Your Business

The Budget Mayor De Blasio and the City Council recently approved the proposed budget by a vote of 32-17. The $88.1 billion budget includes a cut to the New York Police Department’s funding of an estimated $1 billion. Some believe the cuts are poorly timed, while others believe the cuts are appropriate.  Problematic Timing The … Continue reading

How A Security Company Secures Their Business

Surveillance System The first step in the process is securing the brick and mortar location. The two boxes we look to check are monitoring the perimeter & interior and storing the information relayed to us by the cameras. We use 8 MP, also known as 4K, cameras covering every entrance and exit of the building. … Continue reading

How EBT Cameras Can Benefits Restaurants Re-Opening After COVID-19

Dine-In Is Dead The coronavirus has wiped out dine in for the present and at least the near future. This spells doom for anyone who owns a food-based business with a brick and mortar location, relying on in-store sales to drive revenue.  Want To Get It Back? The good news is, reviving your dine-in capabilities … Continue reading