SUNY claimed Success Academy's written online approval for Districts 1 or 6 on a data-entry glitch.
Success Academy got permission to open a school in Districts 1 or 6 without community outreach.
The "audible alarms bill" is sponsored by central Brooklyn Councilman Robert Cornegy.
A new bill that would alarm elementary school exits is crucial with universal pre-K, its sponsor says.
Transportation Alternatives is asking the CBs to back the study and safety enhancements on the road.
The ID, part of a State of the City promise by Mayor de Blasio, works like a driver's license.
The mayor marched in the Sunnyside event, but plans to skip the Manhattan parade later this month.
The Three Children Too Many group hopes to educate and protect residents on busy streets.
The meetings will let residents discuss their thoughts — and vision — for neighborhood parks.
Councilman Daniel Dromm is asking that the holiday, celebrated by thousands, be recognized by the city.
City Councilman Daniel Dromm and the DOT will contribute a combined $2.5 million to improve the plaza.
Councilmembers, including Christine Quinn, are promising the votes to override his veto.
A corner in Jackson Heights will be renamed to honor a former activist who died in 1996.
The annual Colombian Independence Day Parade marched through Jackson Heights on Sunday.
The book features rare photos of the neighborhood.
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