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Woodrow »

City to Spend $48M to Limit Flooding in Staten Island

The DEP will expand the Bluebelt system in Woodrow, starting in the spring.

Rossville »

City Completes $24M Staten Island Sewer Upgrade

The upgrade connected 150 homes to the city's sewer system.

Long Island City »

Plans Tweaked for Hunters Point Library After Bids Run Millions Over Budget

The branch had a number of expensive design elements, including geothermal power.

Civic Center »

Mystery Artifact Unearthed at City Hall Is 19th-Century Feminine Device

An early incarnation of the feminine hygiene device was discovered during excavations.

Rockaway Beach »

City Doesn't Know Cost for Round-the-Clock Guards for Beach Bathrooms

The Department of Design and Construction said it is still negotiating the rate for the guards.

St. George »

City Plans to Repair Sculpture and Pedestrian Bridge on Staten Island

The city will repair the Siah Armajani Lighthouse structure and bridge built in 1996.

Rockaway Beach »

Pricey Rockaway Bathrooms Get 24-Hour Security

The Parks Department said the cost of securing the uninstalled bathrooms is included in the contract.

East Village »

City Shuts Down Peter Cooper Park to Clear Out Rats Ahead of Renovation

The city is poisoning the rats in Peter Cooper Park before beginning construction on the park.

East Village »

Construction Begins on Astor Place's Pedestrian-Friendly Redesign

Astor Place and Cooper Square are getting a $16 million overhaul with two new pedestrian plazas.

New Dorp Beach »

Sewers Needed for Homes That Flood Every Time it Rains, SI Pol Says

Councilman James Oddo and Steven Matteo have called on the city to fund three storm sewers.

Fort George »

Wadsworth Terrace to Be Completely Reconstructed

The uptown street will be rebuilt with a new sidewalk, road, water mains and improved pedestrian safety.

Rockaway Beach »

City Plans to Fix Pricey Rockaway Beach Comfort Stations After Summer

The $105 million bathrooms are already rusting and being held together by duct tape.

Rockaway Beach »

New Multimillion Dollar Beach Bathrooms Already Starting to Fall Apart

The structures, built after Hurricane Sandy, are going down the toilet with rust, cracks and leaks.

Financial District »

Four-Year Broadway Reconstruction Project Begins Downtown

The $42 million project will shut down portions of Broadway between Rector and Ann streets.

Washington Heights »

West 215th Step-Street Reconstruction to Begin in September

The city awarded a $2.5 million contract to repair the crumbling steps and says work will begin soon.

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