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.
The Windsor Terrace and Carroll Gardens libraries welcomed 21 new computers this week.
From a Park Slope Ebola scare to complaints of "Internet people," check out the week's popular stories.
Councilman Brad Lander said he's "troubled" by reports police told black teens to get out of the area.
A new parole office is slated to open in January at 15 Second Ave., near Whole Foods.
Backers say there is no reason that job seekers' credit should be considered, with a few exceptions.
The city will hold a lottery for the pre-K seats, which will be open to families living in District 15.
The iconic Gowanus sign's letters will be reinstalled in a new location after removal, officials said.
A bill to replace the current runoff system with instant-runoff voting would save money, advocates say.
Local residents and an elected official voiced concern over unconfirmed plans to tear down the sign.
The proposals, first suggested last year, would share more power with the City Council membership.
Residents cast votes Sunday to determine how to spend nearly $14 million of the city’s money.
Proponents of participatory budgeting projects in District 33 convened to advocate for their proposals.
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