CB12 is mulling a plan to limit the number of uptown nightclubs serving liquor until 4 a.m.
Residents prompted the Parks Department to revise its plans for the Wright Bros. Playground.
Community Board 12 gave new Inwood nightclub Cairo preliminary approval for a full liquor license.
Uptown nightclub Cairo is trying to open its doors again after its liquor license was denied in 2010.
The Department of Sanitation will soon adopt the reduced street cleaning schedule proposed by CB12.
CB12 public safety committee chair Robert Reynolds, who sells guns, wanted to host a forum on guns.
The La Parrilla owner accused of attacking his waitress wants to hand over the reins to his brother.
The Community Board 12 committee voted yes on a wine license for G69 Bar on Amsterdam Avenue.
CB12's economic development committee approved Corcho's sidewalk cafe application.
The State Liquor Authority rejected an application for a proposed bar and grill on West 218th Street.
Mamajuana Cafe got SLA approval of its liquor license prior to CB12 approval a second time in two years.
Inwood may be the first in Manhattan to get a Neighborhood Slow Zone, which helps slow traffic.
La Marina's proposed seating capacity was cut to 500 from 1,000 by the Parks Department.
Rita McKee's "STEP.PNG OUT" will show at the Piper's Kilt in Inwood through June 15.
City Councilman Ydanis Rodriguez called on the SLA to deny Parrilla Steakhouse's license renewal.
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