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It’s not a perfect system — far from it, in fact. Indeed, some Marble Hill, Kingsbridge and Riverdale residents know all too well of the city’s 311 system’s shortcomings when it comes to actually addressing their complaints. But now some local lawmakers are looking to fix it. more
Thousands of Bronx residential workers averted a strike after reaching a tentative contract agreement late Tuesday night. more
The U.S. House of Representatives passed what some are describing as a “sweeping” voting rights bill designed to change how elections are conducted nationwide. more
Charles Moerdler’s official days fighting for Bronx commuters’ transit needs have come to an end. He’s no longer on the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board. more
Community Board 8’s land use committee could finally catch up to most others throughout the rest of the city — in a fundamental way. more
If its demolition work on the Spuyten Duyvil site of Villa Rosa Bonheur is any indication, Timber Equities is a developer that likes to leap before it looks. more
Just days after protests rocked its campus, Ethical Culture Fieldston school is heading to court after a senior there filed suit, accusing the prestigious private school of racial discrimination. more
No two political activist organizations are alike. But then again, there isn’t much out there like Bronx Indivisible. more
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