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Members of the Children's Magical Garden are suing to be declared owners of the green space.
The group first announced its plan to relocate to the Bronx in December.
Schumer was in the Rockaways to discuss a relief bill for flood insurance.
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A dozen ram sculptures, a smiling pig and a dog were discovered with parts crushed or missing.
Park advocates are urging de Blasio to cancel a contract to build a restaurant in Union Square.
Plans to convert an abandoned train track into a Queens version of the High Line can be viewed in March.
The proposed umbrella group, Hunters Point Parks Conservancy, would include both waterfront parks.
The Upper West Side monument hasn't had an update since 1960, according to the Parks Department.
Remains of deceased immigrants from more than 150 years ago will be reburied on Staten Island in April.
Cleanup of the secluded beach will start 16 months after the storm, officials said.
The first environmental grants funded by an oil spill settlement were announced Thursday.
A "friendship drive" aims to bring in donors by offering perks and special events.
The Inwood community garden named for a 9/11 first responder will be untouched, officials said.
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