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Major crime continued to decline in the city in May, with fewer murders and shootings than last year.

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The public is more concerned about crime, affordable housing and schools, the mayor said.

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The city issued an RFP Thursday to develop Parcels F and G, which will include 750 apartments.

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Celebrity chef Rachael Ray urged New Yorkers to join her push for free lunch at city schools.

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Maria Davis, a prominent HIV/AIDS activist and hip-hop promoter, will be on the mayor's advisory board.

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A meeting is planned for June 1, according to the city's Economic Development Corporation. 

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The campaign said it would return donations from a Queens businessman and his associates.

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Deputy Chief Michael Harrington becomes the third high-ranking official to jump ship this week.

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Eight landlords own the 12 properties in the Bronx, Manhattan and Queens.

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Police will now have discretion on how they deal with issues such as public urination.

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Deputy Chief David Colon became highest ranking police official to quit since probe began.

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A new poll also found that most voters found the mayor's actions unethical — but not illegal.

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Deputy Inspector James Grant of the 19th Precinct is trying to save his pension, sources say.  

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Politicians are calling for the mayor to use the same funding stream as the BQX to complete the park.

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The Quinnipiac poll also showed several city officials are neck-and-neck with him in election matchups.