Marc LaVorgna

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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.

Yorkville »

Opponents Call for Additional Action To Stop Marine Transfer Station

Opponents want more action to stop the Upper East Side's marine transfer station from being built.

Long Island City »

Budget Cuts Threaten to Close 18 Libraries in Queens, Officials Say

Thirty other libraries face scaled-back hours under steep budget cuts proposed by Mayor Bloomberg.

New York City »

City's Mismanagement of New 911 Call System Borders on Fraud, John Liu Says

In a report issued on Wednesday, Liu said city taxpayers should be repaid $163 million for the system.

Yorkville »

91st Street Garbage Facility Could Cost City More Than $400M, Opponents Say

A controversial East 91st Street waste facility could cost the city more than $400 million, foes say.

Manhattan »

All Couples Who Entered Win City's Gay Marriage Lottery

Every couple that registered in the city's lottery for the chance to get married Sunday, the first day gay marriage is legal in New York, will now be allowed to marry that day.

Manhattan »

City's Election Board Says It Can't Afford 2010 Elections

The board says it doesn't have the cash to run both the primaries and general.

Downtown »

Wall St. Earnings Fall More Than 20 Percent in 2009, Study Says

A 21.5 percent drop in Wall Street wages could have a devastating affect on the local economy, according to a new report.