Mark Levine

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Mott Haven »

One park in each borough will receive $30 million for improvements such as new hiking trails.

West Harlem »

A group of senior residents says a new polling site is difficult to get to.

Morningside Heights »

Councilman Mark Levine will apply for landmark status to protect the mural for "generations to come."

Central Harlem »

Some are worried Harlem will not get the same attention under Adriano Espaillat.

West Harlem »

At the final meeting before the vote, residents asked for a rent rollback.

West Harlem »

A "Courtroom on Wheels" will be rolling into Harlem offering pro bono legal help. 

Washington Heights »

Matthew Spady and Vivian Ducat said a 158th Street block is ripe for development unless it's landmarked.

Washington Heights »

Community Board 12 refused to break its rule saying an honoree must be deceased for at least two years.

Williamsburg »

The BQ Green would extend over several blocks of the Brooklyn Queens Expressway ditch.

Washington Heights »

The event is organized by the FDNY, American Red Cross and several elected officials.

Civic Center »

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

Washington Heights »

Reps from the Parks Department, Manhattan DA and FDNY plan to attend the meeting.

Hamilton Heights »

The Nasry Michelen Day Care Center served 86 students last year, compared to the 28 it counts now.

Upper West Side »

Columbia Secondary School and Booker T. Washington school won City Council funding.