Uptown residents, community leaders and groups are getting together to clean up city streets with three recently launched initiatives.
Community leaders agreed there is a problem in Washington Heights and Inwood when it comes to illegal street vending, but are somewhat divided on how to take care of it.
Community Board 12 unanimously approved a resolution calling on Congress to approve same sex marriage.
A $325,000 grant will allow non-English speakers from Harlem and Washington Heights seeking literacy and other skills to access services.
CB12 said no to the request from La Esperanza Sports Bar after the owner wouldn't scale back its license request.
After previously stating it could not present a resolution before September, CB12 will present a resolution on June 28.
Community residents and cycling advocates called on Community Board 12 to advocate for increased safety uptown.
The Department of Transportation plans to begin making changes to the highly-congested 181st Street corridor.
Yeshiva University is reviving a plan to create a one-block public plaza beside its campus on West 185th Street.
Despite community objections, a CB12 committee voted in support of a modified license for La Esperanza Sports Bar.
Families would have to make less than $72,000 to qualify for apartments with cheaper rents in four proposed towers.
With skyscrapers on drawing board, officials will discuss land use issues in Upper Manhattan.
The city landmarks commission approved a plan to build a temporary pool pavilion at the High Bridge Recreation Center.
Police are working with the Washington Heights BID to clean up illegal street vending on West 181st Street.
After months of debate, Community Board 12's Traffic and Transportation committee plans to hold a bike lane forum in June.
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