City Councilman Brad Lander and Public Advocate Letitia James say the state failed to protect seniors.
The New York Civil Liberties Union filed the appeal on Tuesday.
Locals say that open air drug sales occur regularly outside a methadone clinic in Clinton Hill.
The Uptown politican sued the city claiming he was beaten by police in the clearing of Zuccotti Park.
The Public Advocate visited some of the worst landlords in East Harlem and the South Bronx on Wednesday.
Judge William Garnett denied motions to release testimony from the Eric Garner grand jury proceedings.
Students, teachers and parents formed a "human chain" around the P.S. 20 building Thursday morning.
Highpoints Associates VII LLC owes the city almost $100,000 in fines for DOB violations.
Judge William Garnett heard oral arguments for the release of the testimony, after several delays.
A hearing about whether to release grand jury testimony has been moved to Feb. 5, the DA's office said.
The Assembly will hold an election Feb. 10 to replace Silver, who was arrested on corruption charges.
A marathon hearing focused on illegal short-term rentals.
Faith leaders and elected officials gathered in Bed-Stuy to mourn victims of gun violence in 2014.
Tenants are tired of years of delays and say the "deplorable conditions" must be repaired immediately.
Judge William Garnett will hear arguments for the release on Jan. 29.
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