From BAM to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, eight cultural groups are getting $22 million in city funds.
The Friends of Astoria Heights Park complained of buckling asphalt and outdated equipment at the site.
Robert Linn is expected to broach healthcare cost saving efforts in Tuesday's chat with the union.
The record amount of overtime was more than double what was paid when Bloomberg took office.
The mayor promoted universal pre-K, affordable housing, and a living wage in his speech.
Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $65,000 to bring street cleaning teams to the neighborhood.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg and Council Speaker Christine Quinn announced a budget deal Sunday night.
One Percent for Culture seeks to have one percent of the city's annual budget slated for cultural groups.
The students take part in after-school programs run by the Henry Street Settlement.
Community Board 12 is asking for the public's input on the city's 2012 capital and expense budget for Inwood and Washington Heights.
Manhattan Borough President Scott Stringer says there is "no rhyme or reason" to how member item money is allocated now.
Councilwoman Gale Brewer secured almost $16 million for the area in this year's city budget, including $3 million for the American Museum of Natural History's roof repairs.
A plan to close 20 fire companies citywide includes a pair in Lower Manhattan and one in Midtown.
The mayor's office opened an online suggestion box to encourage the public to provide money-saving tips for the city.
Starting this Friday, New Yorkers will once again have to pay a sales tax on clothing items under $110.
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