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Upper East Side »

Second Ave. subway construction has wreaked havoc on garbage pickup, attracting rats and annoying locals.

Bushwick »

A Covert Street school is not cooperating with the Department of Sanitation, a rep said.

Gramercy »

After offering free cleaning services since 2011, the Doe Fund has left Gramercy Park.

Upper East Side »

The recreation complex is ramping up efforts against the East 91st Street sanitation project.

Yorkville »

The video, narrated by a child, highlights risks the station poses to children, activists say.

Yorkville »

The project is built nearly 6 feet below FEMA-recommended limits, a city report shows.

Yorkville »

Another new study released by an anti-MTS coalition claims it encourages environmental injustice.

Yorkville »

The city Law Department confirmed that demolition of the former MTS on the East River will start soon.

Yorkville »

The new E. 91st Street waste processing plant will be within blocks of a NYCHA housing complex.

Union Square »

Residents of 145 E. 15th St. complain of SideBar patrons who urinate and leave litter in their garden.

Crown Heights »

Scores of rats are terrorizing families on Bergen Street in Crown Heights, they said.

Yorkville »

Locals say the Clermont — at 444 E. 82nd St. — is still making a mess of the York Avenue sidewalk.

Upper East Side »

At a recent Community Board 8 committee meeting, residents feared a worsening sanitation situation.

Red Hook »

A trash pile on Van Brunt Street has grown longer than half a block.

Upper East Side »

The East 86th Street Association has rallied to clean up trash after the Doe Fund's departure.