Letters from a local advocate, the local precinct, and community board led to the removal of the booth.
NYCHA has installed filters at all 109 apartments in the infected building, the agency said.
The city found Legionella bacteria in the water system of 681 Courtlandt Ave. in Melrose Houses.
The $4.3 billion 9/11 health care and compensation act is set to expire in phases starting October 2015.
The board voted against a proposed pedestrian plaza at Macombs Place and 105th Street.
Harlem Grown will take over the space and build a new garden.
Pictures of their faces taped to chairs in the front of the packed room highlighted their absence.
The city is installing water filters in every apartment of the building where bacteria was found.
The bacteria was found in a cooling tower at the Convent of the Sacred Heart, officials said.
Health is the focus at the new "House of Juice" location on Rogers Avenue, said co-owner Danii Oliver.
Inspectors from the Department of Health found flies inside the soul food restaurant.
You can enroll for ID at 446 West 33rd St. during the first two weeks of September.
The station will turn into "Grand Zentral" with six free yoga classes on Sept. 29.
Cigarettes with illegal tax stamps are sold all over the five boroughs, according to a new NYU study.
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