City Council

Recent Headlines
Upper West Side »

The parents are suing the city for $40 million, claiming the new system caused a delay.

Midtown »

Christine Quinn called for a "new Manhattan home" for The World's Most Famous Arena.

Chelsea »

The ad focuses on Kurland's work as a civil rights lawyer.

Chinatown »

Elizabeth Street between Canal and Bayard streets is one step closer to becoming "Danny Chen Way."

Midland Beach »

The City Council will introduce 10 bills aimed at fixing problems the city faced after Hurricane Sandy.

Ditmas Park »

Councilman Mathieu Eugene was reportedly hit with at least three lawsuits over his Brooklyn apartment.

Bed-Stuy »

Conrad Tillard was a member of Harlem's Mosque No. 7, a Christian preacher and now a council candidate.

Longwood »

Julio Pabon, 61, said he reluctantly entered the race because no one else would challenge the incumbent.

Bed-Stuy »

The latest campaign filings in the race to replace City Councilman Albert Vann were recently released.

Ditmars »

Meloni said he's dropping out so he can focus his time and efforts on other community work.

Upper East Side »

The Lenox Hill Democratic Club was expected to support Quinn, but backed down because of her MTS support.

Hell's Kitchen & Clinton »

City Council Speaker Christine Quinn appealed to the public to catch the alleged attackers.

New York City »

The bill passed after Council Speaker Christine Quinn negotiated concessions protecting small businesses.

Carroll Gardens »

Low-income, minorities and women were more engaged in participatory budgeting, a new study shows.

New York City »

The extended days are a pilot program, the Department of Education said.