The Board of Standards and Appeals heard testimony from supporters and opponents of the school Tuesday.
Residents say they don't see how a $23,500-per-year school with no scholarships will benefit Red Hook.
Some occupiers have abandoned relief work to protest others who are working with cops and politicians.
As the nation mourned the Connecticut victims, New York City remembered another murdered principal.
The agency will delay evictions and housing court actions until Feb. 1.
Residents of Brooklyn's largest housing project are calling for help from NYCHA in the wake of Sandy.
Residents allege the stores reneged on pledges to hire locals.
The Center for Court Innovation is introducing Navajo-inspired Peacemaking Program in Red Hook.
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