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TriBeCa Residents Sue Over City's Plan to Move Summons Court to Thomas St.

The lawsuit claims the city should have done an environmental review before planning to move the court.

Coney Island »

Plan to Shield NYC From Future Storms Rests on Next Mayor, City Says

Funding for Bloomberg's proposal to protect Coney Island will depend on the election results.

NoHo »

$1.3B in Federal Funds for Sandy Rebuilding Coming to NYC

More than $1 billion in new aid will help property owners still trying to rebuild, officals say.

Financial District »

Probation Office's Planned Move to John Street Infuriates Residents

Residents are protesting the city's plan to move a probation office to 66 John St.

Civic Center »

Flood Insurance Premiums Set to Spike Due to New Flood Map, Mayor Warns

New findings by a city-commissioned report says thousands of homeowners could see rates skyrocket.

TriBeCa »

Residents Bash Plan for Summons Court in TriBeCa, as City Defends Move

More than 1,300 people have signed a petition asking to stop the move of the criminal summons court.

Civic Center »

Mayor and Deputy Used Private Email Addresses for City Business

Good government groups say the use of private email raises concerns of trying to avoid oversight.

Chelsea »

NYC Air Is Cleanest it's Been in Half-Century, Bloomberg Says

The mayor said his PlaNYC program has gotten thousands of buildings to burn cleaner heating oil.

Kips Bay »

Firefighters' Union to Ask Judge to Halt City's Use of 'Deadly' 911 System

The union says it will ask a judge to stop the city's problem-plagued new 911 system immediately.

New York City »

Expanded Flood Evacuation Zones Now Cover 600K More New Yorkers

The new flood evacuation zones now cover 37 percent of New Yorkers.

Port Richmond »

City to Install Solar Panels on 4 Rooftops in Staten Island and the Bronx

The Staten Island rooftop alone will get enough solar panels to cover one-and-a-half football fields.

New York City »

Bloomberg Announces Plans for First $1 Billion of Sandy Recovery Cash

City officials hope to begin handing out checks to devastated homeowners by late spring.

Yorkville »

City Clears Major Hurdle for E. 91st Street Waste Station

The city won a federal permit to build its controversial East 91st Street marine transfer station.

Manhattan »

Recycling Plummets Under 'Green' Mayor's Watch

While the city is widely considered an environmental leader, its recycling efforts lag behind.

Manhattan »

City Moves Forward with Efforts to Turn Garbage into Energy

The city is looking for operators to create a controversial waste-to-energy plant.

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