Lyft said it would abide by TLC regulations and state laws.
The ride-sharing operator has been in discussions to make its service legal in the city.
The deal with the Attorney General's office settles a $1.75M lawsuit over James' club mismanagement.
Circle NYC must pay the state and also fork over additional restitution to the victims.
Ex-president O. Aldon James has to be out of his National Arts Club apartment by July 31.
Stuy Town residents can avoid a pay increase if leasing agents misled them.
Eric Schneiderman is looking into how the parade's board used MillerCoors funds meant for scholarships.
Rev. Tom Pike, former rector of the Calvary-St. George's Church, is the National Arts Club's president.
A private company, MZA Events, brings in hundreds of thousands of dollars in fees and bonuses.
But James still faces a $2 million suit from the Attorney General's office.
State Sen. Shirley Huntley turned herself in at a Long Island courthouse Monday morning.
The troubled West Harlem Local Development Corporation said it will fund 500 jobs.
With an appeal pending, an appellate court issued a stay on a ruling that overturned Aldon James' ouster.
National Arts Club president Dianne Bernhard said an investigation is close to ending.
Alleged Inwood drug kingpin Anthony Lugo was arrested for heading up an interstate drug ring.
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