Residents across the Upper West Side and Morningside Heights can weigh in on how city funding is spent.
City Councilman Costa Constantinides is launching participatory budgeting in the 22nd District.
The Windsor Terrace and Carroll Gardens libraries welcomed 21 new computers this week.
Locals are invited to participate in a series of upcoming “neighborhood assemblies.”
CIty Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is launching participatory budgeting in his district next week.
The first info-session about participatory budgeting in Jamaica is scheduled for June 12.
District 34's first year with participatory budgeting brought out a variety of ideas Monday.
Six capital improvement projects will be funded after almost 3,000 residents voted in District 38.
More than 1,200 customers donated more than $1,500 in less than two weeks.
Five projects were selected to receive more than $1.5 million of the city's money in District 33.
Cash was also allocated for school improvements and swings for children with disabilities.
Residents cast votes Sunday to determine how to spend nearly $14 million of the city’s money.
If approved, the skatepark would be built at Laurelton Playground.
Thirteen projects were proposed for District 39's participatory budgeting program.
Proponents of participatory budgeting projects in District 33 convened to advocate for their proposals.
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