After offering free cleaning services since 2011, the Doe Fund has left Gramercy Park.
The recreation complex is ramping up efforts against the East 91st Street sanitation project.
The video, narrated by a child, highlights risks the station poses to children, activists say.
The project is built nearly 6 feet below FEMA-recommended limits, a city report shows.
Another new study released by an anti-MTS coalition claims it encourages environmental injustice.
The city Law Department confirmed that demolition of the former MTS on the East River will start soon.
The new E. 91st Street waste processing plant will be within blocks of a NYCHA housing complex.
Residents of 145 E. 15th St. complain of SideBar patrons who urinate and leave litter in their garden.
Scores of rats are terrorizing families on Bergen Street in Crown Heights, they said.
Locals say the Clermont — at 444 E. 82nd St. — is still making a mess of the York Avenue sidewalk.
At a recent Community Board 8 committee meeting, residents feared a worsening sanitation situation.
A trash pile on Van Brunt Street has grown longer than half a block.
The East 86th Street Association has rallied to clean up trash after the Doe Fund's departure.
Children delivered letters to Gracie Mansion protesting the East 91st Street Marine Transfer Station.
The Doe Fund has stopped cleaning East 86th Street Commercial District, citing Hurricane Sandy.
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