Riposo 72, which locals blasted for hosting online daters, had its sidewalk liquor license approved.
UWS residents said Riposo 72's bid to serve booze outdoors would expose kids to "Internet people."
Trinity House tenants protest the Trinity School's expansion plans.
The PDC said the Parks Department only has to modify three benches before it gives final approval.
The team from Blue Ribbon and P.J. Clarke's wants to add large French doors and gas lamps to the facade.
The plan is part of an effort to redesign West End Avenue in light of two recent fatalities there.
Locals have battled over a redesign of the "dangerous" playground for more than a year.
The data showed that failure to yield was the second leading cause of crashes.
The courts near Booker T. Washington M.S. have given way to homelessness and drug dealing, locals said.
Columbia Grammar is using "no standing" spaces that were once open to the public, locals said.
The block between West 77th and 78th streets also lost a bus shelter and is set for a newsstand.
Locals have spent "hundreds, if not thousands, of hours thinking about" the P.S. 166 playground.
Helen Rosenthal wants to extend "Cooper's Law" to cover all New York drivers.
The restaurant's owner told Community Board 7 he took expensive steps to remediate its noise problem.
The crafts fair was given approval by a CB7 committee to stay for four weekends a year.
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