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Melinda Katz recommended against the plan, which would bring some 1,700 apartments to the waterfront.
The primary is Sept. 9 for seats that have been open almost all year.
Lyft said it would abide by TLC regulations and state laws.
The new protocol is one of many changes, according to an internal memo obtained by DNAinfo.
The new "audible alarms bill" requires the city to examine schools to see where alarms are necessary.
Queens Borough President said the trustees “fail to perform their duties."
SAGE's centers offer social services, classes and meals for LGBT seniors.
Sean Henry, who is 36, said his experiences as a homeless teen put him in a unique position to serve.
The move came as activists put an ad in an Italian newspaper chiding Mayor de Blasio.
Residents at the NYCHA development have complained that the sidewalk sheds block security cameras.
Preservationists want the city to stop tipping off owners when their buildings may be landmarked.
Politico reported the Republican was struggling to find people willing to "live on the edge."
Dozens of Brooklyn prosecutors are evaluating pending charges on a "case-by-case" basis, the DA said.
Rolf Carle has a "fanatical" devotion to making sure the film industry follows the rules in Greenpoint.
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