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Community Board 10 Sides With Tenants in Lenox Terrace Rezoning FIght

The board's Land Use Committee supported the tenants' opposition to the plan.

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Harlem's Community Gardens Get Strong Allies Against HPD's Plan to Develop

HPD Put three Harlem community gardens in a list of lots slated for development. 

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Residents Ask City to Get Raccoons Off Their Block Before Mating Season

A family of raccoons that invaded a block of West 119th Street in August has residents mad.

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Loss of Lenox Lounge Puts Spotlight on Historic Preservation in Harlem

The historic neighborhood does not have its share of historic designations, advocates say.

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'Ghetto' Harlem Liquor Store Gets New Look, Community Backing

The liquor store on Lenox Avenue and 119th Street removed its neon sign and bulletproof plexiglass.

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Harlem YMCA Program Adds a Literacy Zone

A $325,000 grant will allow non-English speakers from Harlem and Washington Heights seeking literacy and other skills to access services.

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Harlem Security Gate Murals Could Become Outdoor Gallery

A plan is in the works to preserve 'Franco the Great's' murals East on 125th Street by moving them.

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Community Board 10 Chairman Seeks Civil Court Judge Job

W. Franc Perry is taking a two-month sabbatical from his post.

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Developer Told to Listen to Residents Looking to Save Basketball Court

New buildings would mean the end of a basketball court on West 116th Street between Lenox and Fifth avenues.

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125th Street Murals May End Up in Harlem River Park

A plan would save the murals artist "Franco the Great" painted on security gates along Harlem's main street.

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Artist Wants to Preserve Murals Painted on Harlem Security Gates

Franco the Great says he fears zoning changes will force his painted gates to be replaced.

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Harlem Neighbors Fear They'll Lose Basketball Court Amid New Construction

A proposed apartment building could rise on the site of a basketball court on West 117th Street near Fifth Ave.

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Two New Apartment Buildings to Rise in Central Harlem

The developers of P.S. 90 and Kalahari are building 195 new residential units in Central Harlem.

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Harlem Should Lead Push to End Dirty Heating Oil, Board Says

With the country's highest child asthma rates, Harlem schools should be the first to stop using dirty oil, CB 10 said.

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Mount Morris Park Advocates Want to Expand Their Historic District

A larger historic district would offer more protection to old buildings, but some fear it would bring more headaches.