Four buildings have been demolished to make way for a 34-story high-rise on 89th and First Avenue.
The program will bring an end to specialized patrol units, including those for parks and impact zones.
Neighbors welcomed the news of a new restaurant as long as it keeps its rear yard quiet.
A judge ordered the gym to cease operating without a permit January 16.
Cavala Cafe's owner indicated at a State Liquour Authority hearing that he would soundproof the space.
Gramercy residents are outraged by the noisy construction of Lauren and Andres Santo Domingo's well.
Cavala Cafe's liquor license was temporarily suspended after minors bought alcohol there, the SLA said.
Deputy Inspector John Hart took over command of the Midtown North precinct this month.
BluePrint Juice is keeping Long Island City residents awake with after-hours work, they said.
Critics in the community were livid at hotel reps, who they said have a "horrendous track record."
CB2 said its decision to turn down Alobar's request is in response to neighbor concerns about noise.
Residents who live near Windmuller Park in Woodside say it's frequented by rowdy, rule-breaking teens.
La Marina owners met with community residents at CB12's parks and cultural affairs meeting Tuesday.
There are more sidewalk cafes in Astoria than Williamsburg, and more are on the way.
Borough President Scott Stringer plans to push the State Liquor Authority to close Papasito.
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