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Downtown residents spoke both for and against Occupy Wall Street at a Community Board 1 meeting.
Residents now have a 24-hour number they can call with complaints about the protest.
CB1's Youth and Education Committee opposes the plan to cut P.S. 234's zone in half.
Brookfield Properties owns Zuccotti Park, where Occupy Wall Street protesters have been camped out since Sept. 17, 2011.
Mayor Michael Bloomberg questioned the logic of the continuing protests at Wall Street Friday, and left open the possibility that the city will shut them down.
Susan Henshaw Jones said she plans to bring new revenue to the Seaport Museum New York.
The late-night protests in Zuccotti Park are drawing complaints from residents.
Community Board 1 Chairwoman Julie Menin resolved the debate over a controversial sukkah in TriBeCa.
Some Community Board 1 members raised concerns about placing a religious object in a public park.
The post office will lease the former Andrews Coffee Shop space at 116 John St.
A 'Survivor Tree' was planted in Battery Park Monday to represent the rebirth of lower Manhattan on the 10th anniversary of the September 11th attacks.
An event commemorating 9/11 will invite people to grasp hands along Manhattan's west side waterfront to observe a moment of silence.
The nonprofit group Tribute in Light will have no funding left after this September.
A map installed in August will help people find courthouses and navigate the Civic Center.
Residents say it is "dangerous" for adults to play on the new field in West Thames Park near children.
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