Time is ticking.
The City Council recently received a letter from Mayor Michael Bloomberg detailing the New York Police Department's Barclays Center security plan, according to Councilwoman Letitia James, D-Brooklyn.
The letter officially starts a 60-day review process, after which lawmakers are expected to vote on the proposal.
Last week, that proposed transferring Atlantic Terminal and a portion of Barclays Center from the 88th Precinct based in Clinton Hill to the 78th Precinct covering Prospect Heights and Park Slope.
James said that she does not know when the Council will vote on the policing plan.
The arena, which will be home to the Brooklyn Nets is scheduled to open Sept. 28 with the first of .