The city's Department of Environmental Protection is funding several green roof projects.
The city had ordered work to stop after asbestos reports were found to be false.
Water streamed through the streets after the rupture near Bleecker and Sullivan streets, officials said.
The project adds storm sewers to the neighborhood.
Paul and Gaspare Santoro were arrested for falsifying reports.
A sanitation truck was stuck in the large hole on Monday morning, officials and witnesses said.
Village residents have been complaining for months about a noisy air conditioner Starbucks installed.
The playground, at J.H.S. 157 Stephen A. Halsey, was designed with the help of students.
Neighbors of the 7-Eleven at 170 Ave. A said the unit creates constant noise and vibrations.
Crews demolishing Mount Manresa falsely claimed there was no asbestos in the building, the city said.
The gaping pothole on the corner of W. 52nd Street and Seventh Avenue was patched up Friday.
Local officials worry dust containing lead has accumulated at unsafe levels at Greenpoint Playground.
The Department of Environmental Protection named 14 possible locations for two underground sewage tanks.
The Goldhirsch family donated 2.5 acres of land that will help protect the Mill Creek Bluebelt.
A sinkhole opened up at the intersection of Amsterdam Avenue and West 70th Street.
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