Neighborhood failed to meet the criteria to reduce street-cleaning days by just 2 percentage points.
The thoroughfare in Elmhurst will get more trash pickups throughout the week.
City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer allocated $33,000 to bring the street cleaning program to 36th Avenue.
The Doe Fund workers will clean more streets after Councilman Costa Constantinides allocated $130,000.
City Councilman Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $133,000 to bring more cleaners to his district.
Nonprofit workers will clean street litter and trash cans on 31st Street, 30th Avenue and Broadway.
Jimmy Van Bramer is allocating $65,000 to bring street cleaning teams to the neighborhood.
Inwood and Washington Heights has been dirtier just as Sanitation scaled back street cleaning.
Alternate side enforcement is set to go back in effect June 24.
Cars parked north of West 181st Street won't have to be moved until further notice.
A proposal to bring alternate side parking to Hunters Point has some residents panicked.
The East 86th Street Association has rallied to clean up trash after the Doe Fund's departure.
The Department of Sanitation will soon adopt the reduced street cleaning schedule proposed by CB12.
Community Board 12 passed a resolution asking the city to reduce street cleaning by one day a week.
State Sen. Daniel Squadron called on the city to address Chinatown's "ponding" problem.
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