The presence of Uber and other new taxi services is taking a toll on medallion revenue.
Jerry Delakas can begin selling papers at his Astor Place newsstand after he starts paying a $9,000 fine.
The city evicted Jerry Delakas from his Astor Place newsstand in December.
Opponents of the Williamsburg charter said they plan to appeal a judge's decision to toss their suit.
Residential development, retail and a hotel are on the table for Pier 40.
The waterfront committee of Community Board 2 heard more than a dozen proposals Monday night for free performances and art exhibitions intended to ease tensions on Pier 45.
Several members of the LGBT youth organization FIERCE said they would like to participate in a joint patrol of Pier 45.
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