The unidentified woman was found on the shoreline near the marina Tuesday night, police said.
La Marina, which has been shuttered since Jan. 3, is scheduled to open April, the waterfront bar said.
La Marina owners met with community residents at CB12's parks and cultural affairs meeting Tuesday.
A floating dock is planned for Dyckman Marina after elected officials put $700,000 toward its creation.
La Marina's proposed seating capacity was cut to 500 from 1,000 by the Parks Department.
The 34th Police Precinct Council plans to vote on a resolution calling for more cops on "Alcohol Alley."
The economic development committee voted to recommend the full board OK the liquor license application.
A plan for a new eco dock in Inwood would increase waterfront access for boaters.
The Dyckman Marina Pier will soon be repaired after being shuttered nearly a year ago due to railing deterioration.
The Parks Department will be closing the Dyckman Fields section of Inwood Hill Park at 10 p.m. instead of 1 a.m. as a security precaution, after receiving a request from the 34th Precinct.
Police flooded the northern portion of Washington Heights and Inwood over the weekend in a crackdown on quality of life crimes.
Women are on high alert after a a string of sexual assaults in Inwood, Washington Heights and the Upper West Side.
The Parks Department unveiled its master plan for Northern Manhattan Parks at a CB12 meeting this week.
Members of the Inwood Canoe Club will continue their summer tradition of taking water lovers out for rows on the Hudson.
Hudson River Community Sailing uses sailing as vehicle for personal and academic success.
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