The city Department of Health and Mental Hygiene gave John Jay Dining Hall and JJ’s Place an A grade in a report released Monday, but past inspections have identified more serious issues.
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Upper West Siders loudly objected to a controversial proposal to build a high rise nursing home in the neighborhood at a packed public meeting Tuesday evening.
The Department of Health has called for a study of the potential impacts of development and past contamination at Jewish Home Lifecare’s proposed relocation site.
Jewish Home Lifecare, which is looking to build a high-rise in the middle of the Park West Village housing complex, submitted the results of a preliminary environmental study to the State Department of Health on Monday.
The Hungarian Pastry Shop was shut down Wednesday after health violations, but it was reopened on Friday.
An inspection of Flor de Mayo on Tuesday found 56 violation points at the restaurant, which is located at Broadway and 101st Street.
The restaurant cleaned up its act for a second inspection on Sept. 12, but was still slapped with 48 points.
Whether Morningside Heights is really home to more dirty dining than the rest of Manhattan is up for debate.
Forty percent of K-8 students are obese or overweight, says a recently released city study, with data from the 2008-9 school year. But in Harlem zip codes, around 48 percent of children fall into that category.
The city’s Board of Health voted unanimously on March 16 to end the ban on keeping honeybee hives, but amateur student beekeepers are looking outside the gates of campus, for now.
Dec 10, 6:55pm
Barnard Student Government Association correspondent Emma Goss brings you the highlights from Monday night’s Barnard SGA representative council meeting. What They’ve Done: Dean Avis Hinkson, BC ’84 and TC ’87, spoke about increasing... Read More
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