Residents petitioned for changes to West 79th Street and Amsterdam Avenue to make it safer.
Community Board 7 voted for an immediate ban on any newsracks in disrepair.
CB7 members say racks that dot local street corners are poorly maintained and should be removed.
Neighbors balked at a proposed 4 a.m. closing time and feared bar noise in a "sedate" area.
The store design is different from surrounding stores but meant to be more inviting, company reps said.
NYCHA's plan would construct high-rises in the public housing complex's open space.
The redevelopment of the elementary schools is controversial.
Success Academy wants to build a new neighborhood school, but parents are pushing back against the idea.
The company, which serves dinner with its movies, got approval to serve alcohol when it opens in 2014.
Bikers have clamored for an increase in bike lanes to keep pace with other areas.
An UWS Community Board approved developers' plan for affordable housing units at Riverside Center.
Elected officials made a last attempt to stop a move by the city to house 400 homeless adults uptown.
Borough President Scott Stringer plans to push the State Liquor Authority to close Papasito.
A city pilot program that adds truck parking to West End Avenue is a failure, locals say.
Good Enough to Eat restaurant is losing its lease, to the dismay of fans.
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