Daniel Squadron proposed a bill to prevent the NYPD from forcing NYCHA to pay for public housing patrols.
Tenants at five public housing developments say NYCHA failed to do proper environmental reviews.
NYCHA hosted a preparedness event to encourage Red Hook residents to be ready for emergencies.
A review of city data shows very few low-income residents have purchased annual Citi Bike memberships.
The Legal Aid Society has filed a lawsuit on behalf of Douglass and Baruch Houses residents.
The council also approved $500,000 to study possibly ferry service for the peninsula.
The project would bring over 2,000 apartments, a waterfront esplanade and retail to Hallets Point.
Artimus Construction wanted to bulldoze the playground for parking, but will now renovate it.
The Farragut Houses have the borough's third highest number of outstanding repair requests.
The city hasn't told Independence Towers tenants when gas will be restored.
Residents say the scaffolding has been there for years and is a potential hideout for drug dealers.
Many residents spoke out against the plan to build market-rate apartments on public housing land.
Five Democratic candidates spent Saturday night at the Lincoln Houses in East Harlem.
William Brandon, 73, was allegedly robbed twice by Ronald Rhodes in the Queensbridge Houses.
The suspect targeted a 73-year-old blind man in two robberies; one incident left the victim hospitalized.
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