A new "town square" in Washington Heights will not feature a local artist.
Testing of a contaminated site on Broadway and Nagle Avenue will be conducted by an environmental team this month.
Residents of 552-556 Academy St. had to leave their homes Friday afternoon due to reported unsafe conditions.
CB12's Land Use committee plans to meet with Quadriad to discuss its plan to build skyscrapers in Washington Heights.
The TLC will reach out to Upper Manhattan riders about a new proposed fleet of cabs that can pick up street hails.
State Sen. Adriano Espaillat plans to discuss various issues that effect those who live in the 31st State Senate District.
A CB12 committee voted in favor of a allowing the Hebrew language school a charter to teach in Upper Manhattan.
Quadriad Realty Partners could significantly change the skyline with four skyscrapers in Washington Heights.
CB12 recommended against Monkey Room Bar's liquor license renewal, despite a committee vote in favor.
Community Board 12 will hold a public workshop in the spring to discuss the addition of bike lanes in Upper Manhattan.
CB12 struck a compromise to install limited benches and game tables in the redesigned Orville & Wilbur Playground.
Community Board 12 voted on six liquor licenses Tuesday night.
A 'miscommunication' derailed a public discussion about new bike lanes in Inwood and Washington Heights.
Councilman Robert Jackson is meeting with restaurant owners on Dyckman Street to reduce quality of life complaints.
After a more than one year wait for a liquor license, Cairo owners received a positive recommendation from CB12.
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