Community Board 8 heard complaints of clutter and bad smells.
Other quality-of-life controls suggested at a recent meeting include a new ticketing department.
As controversy over street vendors continues, research shows how they sell their wares.
Upper East Side leaders fear they could see copy-cat businesses moving onto their streets.
Marketing trucks from a contractor academy and the ASA school threaten the neighborhood, locals say.
Park Officials are pushing for an extension for Tavern on the Green bike rentals.
The Met plans cut 280 chairs from the originally planned 400.
The Metropolitan Museum of Art has dropped the kiosks from its $60 million public plaza overhaul.
Preservationists on the Upper East Side fear that green zoning changes will bring visual blight.
The UES comunity board rejected part of the plan that would bring seats and tables to the plaza.
Residents blasted the Met's plans to add 400 chairs and 100 tables at its Fifth Avenue entrance.
Limiting the number of street vendors per block or requiring design guidelines for carts and trucks are among ideas being floated by CB 8 in tackling the growing number of street vendors.
Community Board 8's transportation committee passed a resolution Wednesday night urging city and state officials to require cyclists have some sort of licenses and registration.
Community Board 8, on the Upper East Side, opposes shared bike paths in Central Park.
Community Board 8 voted to landmark Park Avenue between East 86th and East 96th Streets last Wednesday.
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