Keyword: Charles Moerdler
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Barring a speedy resolution to an increasingly harrowing deadlock as Congress and President Donald Trump negotiate over government funding, the already imperiled Metropolitan Transportation Authority could face what the U.S. Senate minority leader described as some very tough choices. more
It’s become so familiar to some residents by now, it almost feels like a twisted Kantian cliché of sorts — the hassle of getting around the city on its sputtering public transit system — crawling subways, bunched buses, no end in sight. more
If the city’s subway service weren’t already abysmal enough for residents looking to ride into Manhattan, it’s actually about to get even more complicated. more
Community Board 8 can take a deep breath of relief — at least for now — because it won’t lose some of its coveted meeting spots. more
A seemingly nonconformist developer has its eye on a small piece of North Riverdale, but Andrew Cohen is having none of it. more
With some of Fieldston’s and Riverdale’s greener parts possibly in jeopardy, Charles Moerdler wants to split the SNAD. more
The topic has simmered for some time, kicked around from one committee to another, popping up at one meeting, resurfacing sometime later elsewhere. more
Community Board 8 has shrunk a little, at least as far as committees are concerned. more
More than 100 people showed up to Community Board 8’s land use committee meeting last week to protest the proposed demolition and apartment building construction where the nearly century-old Villa Rosa Bonheur sits in pieces. more
Shortly after Community Board 8 joined the borough presidents of the Bronx, Manhattan, Queens and Staten Island in condemning the proposal of Mayor de Blasio’s handpicked Charter Revision Commission to undermine all community boards by weakening their support from the borough presidents and removing experienced board members, the mayor’s corporation counsel’s office and his community liaison threatened all community boards that their public opposition to the mayor’s proposal would be viewed as illegal. more
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