budget cuts

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East Harlem »

State lawmakers demanded that the MTA refund a $1 billion cut to the Second Avenue expansion. 

East Harlem »

The MTA cut $1 billion from phase two of the Second Avenue subway line to bring the train north of 96th.

Bed-Stuy »

The free afterschool and summer services are set to end after the center was denied a new contract.

Bed-Stuy »

Mandatory Saturday tutoring and additional after school sessions at Bedford Academy ended in February.

Upper East Side »

P.S. 290 will have larger class sizes after the second grade was reduced from four to three classes.

Richmond Hill »

The library's budget for new books was slashed from $25,000 to $7,000.

Richmond Hill »

More than 1,200 customers donated more than $1,500 in less than two weeks.

Boerum Hill »

The Math & Science Exploratory School's dance classes were cut from the school budget.

East Village »

The Neighborhood School has to raise $40,000 to keep its library open.

East Harlem »

All city pools may also close two weeks early this summer unless $1.5 million is restored to the budget.

Clifton »

The proposed budget would cut $130 million from afterschool programs across the city.

Astoria »

The Astoria councilman is calling to restore The Vallone Scholarship, which was given to CUNY students.

Chelsea »

The USPS will hold a meeting on the sale in April, near the end of a public comment period.

Long Island City »

Food pantries in are stuggling to meet demand, according to City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer.

New York City »

New Yorkers will be forced to pay more for parking and school lunches under the latest budget plan.