Park Officials are pushing for an extension for Tavern on the Green bike rentals.
Residents want more information about the Second Ave. subway construction blast that shook the UES.
Catfish, a Cajun eatery opening this fall faces backlash.
An event company leasing space in a Park Avenue church wants a license to serve wine and beer.
Upper East Side residents are planning a forum on open space for next spring.
Complaints have mounted against the traffic and congestion in front of the East 86th Street Fairway.
The Hospital for Special Surgery is proposing a 13-story building on East 73rd Street near the FDR.
An UES eatery saw its beer and wine license denied after a deliveryman was seen riding on the sidewalk.
A private tennis club's season was extended on public parkland because of an A/C unit, officials said.
A two-way bike lane will be installed along Terrace Drive, which crosses the park at 72nd Street.
A community board voted down Memorial Sloan-Kettering's outpatient center on York Avenue and 61st Street.
A plaza at 303 E. 83rd St., supposed to be open to the public, has been locked for more than a year.
The city is planning to replace the pedestrian bridge spanning the FDR to the East River at 81st Street.
Councilwoman Jessica Lappin will introduce legislation Wednesday to raise electric bike fines to $1,000.
As blasting and drilling winds down at 72nd Street, the Second Ave. subway gears up for 86th Street.
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