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There was a lot of talk about the city’s proposed changes to the Special Natural Area District in the echo-filled auditorium of P.S. 81. But what there wasn’t was a vote. more
Delays and service interruptions have become all-too-common with all of the construction and upgrade work taking place on tracks and stations. Now the Metropolitan Transportation Authority is trying to make it easier for commuters to figure out exactly what they can expect when they arrive for the train. more
The Metropolitan Council on Jewish Poverty named U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel the winner of its Fighting Hate and Anti-Semitism Award at a legislative breakfast last week. 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
She is closing in on six months in office, and state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi already has decided to upend up her administrative team, losing both her chief of staff and his deputy within weeks of each other. more
Each time the 1 train passed overhead, Rafael Alvarez paused his speech out of fear the rumble of the El would drown out his voice. For Alvarez, his message of support for a commercial tenants rights bill needed to be heard. more
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