Officials are asking what locals want to see at Ennis Playground at 11th Street and Second Avenue.
Opponents dropped their lawsuit in exchange for a reduction in the number of parolees at the facility.
Officials unveiled plans for 20 mph zones, shorter pedestrian crossings and other safety upgrades.
The Park Slope hospital agreed to shave a floor off its new building in a settlement with opponents.
The announcement follows the death of a 14-year-old boy at Caton Avenue and East Seventh Street.
P.S. 133 sets aside seats for low-income and immigrant students to preserve the school's diversity.
Residents said they fear the city won't follow local recommendations on how Gowanus should develop.
Mohammad Uddin was a 2014 grad of M.S. 51, where two other students have died after being hit by cars.
City Councilman Brad Lander's Bridging Gowanus framework also calls for protecting manufacturing uses.
Sixth-graders are hosting a read-a-thon for the Malala Fund, which supports girls' education.
Officials slammed Gov. Cuomo and the Dept. of Health for their silence on Prospect Park Residence.
A dozen politicians urged the Economic Development Corporation to add two more ferry stops.
City Councilman Brad Lander is using Twitter to get ideas for participatory budgeting suggestions.
The legislation calls for the DOE to make diversity a priority in its decision-making.
The rezoning would affect P.S. 154, P.S. 130, P.S. 131 and P.S. 230.
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