Community Board 7 Chair Elizabeth Caputo sent a letter to the Department of Health on Tuesday that said the scoping document submitted by Jewish Home Lifecare does not take into account important concerns raised by the community.
The rally, at Stonehenge Village on 97th Street near Amsterdam Avenue, comes as Public Advocate Letitia James said that her office will file a complaint against Stonehenge, which owns and manages 22 residential properties in the city.
The plan, which aims to drastically reduce traffic fatalities across the city, echoes various proposals put forth by city and state politicians over the past month.
Several local politicians have started answering constituents’ questions on AskThem.io, which was launched on Feb. 10 by the Participatory Politics Foundation to allow elected officials from congressmen to councilmembers to field questions from voters in their districts.
Levine needs to be unequivocal about his support for Housing First.
Amid citywide criticism of police cracking down on jaywalking on the 96th Street and Broadway intersection, 24th precinct officials said that their focus remained on enforcing vehicular violations.
A week after a city agreement to reform stop-and-frisk tactics in line with an August 2013 federal ruling, Harlem residents are divided over how the changes should be implemented.
Better signage and longer pedestrian signals have been implemented at the 97th Street and West End Avenue intersection after District 6 City Council member Helen Rosental met with Department of Transportation officials.
At District 7 City Council member Mark Levine’s inauguration Sunday, local politicians and residents spoke of his need to unite the diverse neighborhoods of his district.
Meyer negotiates the reality of dwindling finances and the desire to preserve a beautiful site.
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Hello Barnard! This year Shaft’s got you covered–we will be posting lottery analysis and housing strategy for all. While Barnard’s lottery is way simpler, easier to use, and more streamlined... Read More
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Did you miss the Barnard Student Government Association representative council meeting on Monday night? Barnard beat chief Emma Goss brings you the four things you need to know: SGA focused on campus... Read More
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