Locals have battled over a redesign of the "dangerous" playground for more than a year.
The West 71st Street park is not well known, but is well loved by neighbors who tend to it.
The 20th Precinct has trained two more officers to use radar guns.
Parents say the DOE isn't taking into account the enormous residential growth in the neighborhood.
Residents said building penthouses equated to "adding gravy to a parfait" in testimony to the LPC.
Parents say a new UWS school is behind schedule, but the city counters it's waiting for community input.
The new concept's high prices and lack of public seating have disappointed members of CB7.
The Legal Aid Society has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Douglass and Baruch Houses residents.
The program got off to a slow start because it was announced late, education leaders said.
Delays in renovations to the P.S. 166 playground may push construction further into the school year.
Transportation Alternatives is proposing adding a bike lane to Amsterdam Avenue.
The redesign of the playground sparked a heated debate between Upper West Side parents.
Eight of 12 boards passed resolutions opposing the city's proposal to allow new, larger skyscrapers.
Local wine stores say Whole Foods' new liquor license will put them out of business.
Parents, frustrated with overcrowding and a lack of options, want Beacon to become a D3 middle school.
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