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City Councilman Brad Lander will re-launch his Bridging Gowanus initiative to engage locals in planning.

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The swimming area for pooches will close next week and reopen in the spring.

Carroll Gardens »

A new petition launched Wednesday pushes back against the proposed express service on the F line. 

Kensington »

The new signal at East Eighth Street and Caton Avenue is one of several local safety upgrades.

Civic Center »

A bill that mandates store owners charge for plastic bags passed in City Council with a vote of 28-20.

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A bill that mandates store owners charge for plastic bags looks headed for passage, despite criticism.

Park Slope »

Support a soup kitchen and other neighborhood charities by going out and having fun.

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The $140,000 waterborne weed-eater is on the list for possible funding through participatory budgeting.

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City Councilman Brad Lander and other officials say losing the supermarket would have a "dire impact."

Civic Center »

The proposed bill would allow the city agency to fine businesses that fail to pay freelancers. 

Carroll Gardens »

Carlos Menchaca, Brad Lander and others now make far more than the median income of their districts.

Park Slope »

More than 400 locals grilled the developer on Tuesday over the size of the proposed project.

Civic Center »

The City Council is pushing for deeper affordability in the mayor's Mandatory Inclusionary Housing plan.

Park Slope »

Avery Hall Investments will present its plans and ask for reactions at a public meeting Feb. 9.

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Good government groups say more public input should have been sought on the increased raises.