The craft beer and sports bar is opening a new location on Amsterdam Avenue at 108th Street.
Residents pointed to a number of proposed locations that they believe will be too dangerous.
The board is worried new Citi Bike riders will get hurt without a northbound protected bike lane.
The group of students aimed to put pressure on the board through their public protest.
The 39 stations will mostly sit along roadways and not on sidewalks, DOT officials said.
Though a sub-committee of the board had previously approved the plans, the full board rejected them.
People leave the doors of the bins open, making them an easy feeding ground for rats.
A group of students pushed for a block to be renamed after the iconic American artist.
The Collegiate School is not legally obligated to provide the 55 units locals expected in the project.
The private school, which is required to build the units, wants to move them to West 108th Street.
The group protested at a Community Board 7 meeting calling for committee leaders to step down.
More than a 100 residents weighed in on where Citi Bike stations should go around the neighborhood.
Local businesses and organizations are bracing for about 2 feet of snow during the winter storm.
The forthcoming Columbus Avenue nightspot intends to cater to an over-30 crowd, the owners said.
To rename W. 67th Street after someone who's not a "household name" would be a disservice, locals said.
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