The Safe Stop program aims to protect neighborhood children, the elderly and vulnerable.
Residents point to HAP Investment's construction record as cause for concern.
The mayor said the comptroller's report misrepresented the current status of pre-K expansion.
Residents at the NYCHA development have complained that the sidewalk sheds block security cameras.
About 25 lights in the northern section of the park went out two weeks ago.
The hazardous material is being removed from parapets on the roof.
The students would like to see more lights and police at the South Bronx's largest park.
The prison is increasing security to reduce violence against staff members.
The city plans to lower the speed limit on Gun Hill Road from 30 to 25 mph.
Transportation Alternatives is asking the CBs to back the study and safety enhancements on the road.
Schools Chancellor Carmen Farina said Thursday morning was a "beautiful day."
The 24th Precinct also went on a ticketing blitz targeting drivers who failed to yield.
Some worry the in-store blade sharpening station is dangerous, but store officials insist it's safe.
Some residents say changes to the turn at Mount Morris Park West and 120th Street have made things worse.
Community activists are inviting mayoral candidates to come to Southeast Queens.
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