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Flood of Voters Weigh in on $2M Slated for Sunset Park and Red Hook

There are 14 projects on the ballot for District 38's participatory budgeting process.

Bed-Stuy »

City Launches Student Voter Registration Day to Target Low Turnout Rates

Facilitators led civic engagement workshops and collected voter registration forms from eligible teens.

Crown Heights »

Crown Heights' CB9 Votes in New Chairman

Rabbi Jacob Goldstein was replaced by Dwayne Nicholson as the chairman of CB9 in a vote Tuesday.

Upper East Side »

WATCH: Spitzer Cracks Jokes, de Blasio Shakes Hands and Quinn Talks Issues

Watch as the candidates for the city's top offices make last-minute pushes for votes.

Civic Center »

City Council Overrides Bloomberg's Veto of Paid Sick Leave Bill

The City Council voted Thursday to override the mayor's veto of a bill that would ensure paid sick leave.

New York City »

Bloomberg's Plan to Hide Cigarettes Introduced in City Council

Legislation that would force stores to keep cigarettes out of sight was formally introduced Wednesday.

Cobble Hill »

SUNY Orders LICH Closure Again in Court-Ordered Public Meeting

SUNY's Board of Trustees met in Purchase, N.Y., 30 miles north of Long Island College Hospital.

Midtown »

Madison Square Garden's Permanent Renewal Opposed by Community Board

Members of CB5 opposed permanent renewal for Madison Square Garden, offering a 10-year renewal instead.

Cobble Hill »

Emotions High as SUNY Trustees Meet for Final Decision on LICH

Supporters at a public hearing, Thursday, urged SUNY board members to keep LICH off the chopping block.

New York City »

Bloomberg Shrugs Off Delay on Hurricane Sandy Aid Vote

Bloomberg did not join other area elected officials angered by delays in sending Sandy cash.

Greenwich Village »

Four Out of Five Machines Broken at Greenwich Village Polling Site

Hundreds of voters lined up as early as 5:30 a.m. at polling sites in the Village.

Williamsburg »

Redistricting, Not Sandy, Sparks Brooklyn Voter Confusion

Confused voters who went to the wrong polling site were able to use affidavit ballots.

Concourse »

The Bronx Turns Out to Vote Despite Long Lines and Some Confusion

Lines stretched out the entrance at one polling site, while voters complained about a chaotic process.

Williamsburg »

Heated Race for Williamsburg District Leader 'Too Close to Call'

Chris Olechowski reportedly beat incumbent Lincoln Restler by 200 votes Thursday.

Greenwich Village »

NYU Expansion Critics Tossed Out of City Council Chambers Before 'Yes' Vote

The City Council approved a controversial NYU expansion plan after throwing 100 critics out.