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Mayor Bloomberg's fee increases backfired by driving away members, the Independent Budget Office found.
A Sutton Place co-op's private garden will be turned into a public esplanade.
A 10-foot-tall flower will be on display at the plaza from October 2013 to April 2014.
Parents are trying to secure funding and attention for Astoria Heights Playground.
Parents want all-new play equipment, a zip line and a climbing wall at DeSalvio Playground.
Some neighbors oppose NYC Social Sports Club's bid to play until 10 p.m. at Peter's Field.
City agencies teamed up with Fairway Market to fight the neighborhood's rat problem.
Delays in renovations to the P.S. 166 playground may push construction further into the school year.
A nearly 50-year-old statue is being restored in Flushing Meadows-Corona Park.
The DOH and Parks Department are testing a new material in tree pits on the UWS to prevent rats nests.
With the damaged dock replaced, free kayaking is returning to the Hudson River at 72nd Street Sunday.
A man who was hit by a tree in Prospect Park says the city failed to maintain the tree.
Yingyi Li-Dikov, 30, died Sunday after a 70-year-old oak toppled onto her.
Yingyi Li, 30, was six months pregnant and expecting a girl, her distraught husband said.
The Parks Department spruced up three statues in Livingston and Tompkinsville.
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