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City Councilwoman Melissa Mark-Viverito

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SPORTIME wants to add nine additional courts at a cost of $7 million.

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Harlem Residents can vote for up to five projects to receive the city's $1 million discretionary funds.

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CB 11 approves a protected bike lane plan after withdrawing its support.

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Police performed tens of thousands of stop and frisks in Harlem, Inwood and Midtown in 2011.

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Police Commissioner Ray Kelly said critics of 'stop and frisk' haven't suggested alternatives.

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After earlier opposition, CB 11's transportation committee voted to support installation of the lanes.

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The deal will bring more than 960 jobs to the Bronx, the city says, but some residents objected the plan.

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South Bronx residents and a politician asked city to postpone a vote on a $84 million subsidy package.

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The Caribbean Cultural Center is leaving its Hell's Kitchen brownstone for a firehouse built in 1888.

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Critics say the John McEnroe Tennis Academy and surrounding facilities are too expensive for East Harlem.

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The Johnson Houses Community and Children's Center  will feature a host of programs and services.

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The Economic Development Corporation announced that three groups will reactivate underutilized theater space at the Julia de Burgos Cultural Center.

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The Horse and Carriage Association of New York City claims the ASPCA and NYCLASS have "defrauded" the public about the carriage horse industry in New York. 

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Mark-Viverito was arrested along with Brooklyn Councilman Jumaane Williams and 98 others for blocking the entrance to the Brooklyn Bridge in Lower Manhattan.

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Community Board 11 reversed its stance after voting overwhelmingly in September to support the Department of Transportion plan to install protected bike lanes on First and Second avenues.