Mark Levine

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Washington Heights »

Residents can vote for their top 5 projects until April 2. 

Upper West Side »

The event addressing the citywide hate crime spike invites residents to share their concerns. 

Morningside Heights »

The Cathedral of St. John The Divine joins more than 100 buildings in the newly designated district.

Civic Center »

Tenants will receive free legal lawyers or counseling under the $93 million initiative.

Bed-Stuy »

No Brooklyn council member has been speaker. That could change this year.

Upper West Side »

The Mayor's staff initially said there wasn't enough room inside, but changed their stance.

Financial District »

Activists were blocking traffic to call for a higher minimum wage for fast food workers, police said.

Marble Hill »

The legislation aims to cut down on explosions like the one at John F. Kennedy High School.

Upper West Side »

Councilman Mark Levine said Blink Fitness just needs City Planning Commission approval to open.

Washington Heights »

A vow to assign 13 Parks enforcement officers in the wake of multiple incidents has yet to happen.

Upper West Side »

The Landmarks Preservation Commission will hold a hearing on whether to designate the neighborhood. 

Upper West Side »

The Bloomingdale Playground will get a complete overhaul to encourage play from kids of all abilities.

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."