State and local officials sent letters to Department of Education Chancellor Carmen Fariña this week.
Inspectors found a dangerous situation at 590 Fort Washington Ave.'s fire escapes, officials said.
The 30 mph limit had been in place since 1964.
The DOT recently installed LED fixtures and says more improvements are on the way.
SUNY claimed Success Academy's written online approval for Districts 1 or 6 on a data-entry glitch.
Success Academy got permission to open a school in Districts 1 or 6 without community outreach.
Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez will offer participatory budgeting for the first time this year.
The national chains are joining smaller local businesses at the revamped site.
Several City Council members urged the NYPD to hold the driver accountable in a letter sent Wednesday.
Drivers who leave the scene of an accident where there is a death can face up to $10,000 in fines.
Fefita La Grande, who was banned from entering the U.S. for 13 years, also got help from Rep. Rangel.
The DOT plans to add new lighting and install signage to ward off rogue cyclists in the passageway.
The bins are a growing problem for the city, said Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez.
Columbia University promised $300,000 for community uses, but it still hasn't been doled out.
The TLC's expanded green cab fleet will include more than 2,500 wheelchair-accessible vehicles.
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