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

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Future budgets will start with an automatic $43 million for the city's library systems, officials said.

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The 132nd Street pier draws visitors looking to paint and fish despite its extremely damaged condition.

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The bill will mandate certain city buildings have comfortable, private rooms for moms to express milk.

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There's disagreement on whether neighborhood policing improves relationships between police, community.

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The building is located at 349 E. 140th St. and owned by NYC Health + Hospitals.

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The Dept. of Transportation unveiled a new left-turn signal at Kenmare and Lafayette streets Wednesday.

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Opponents say legislation, not just changes to the patrol guide, is needed to end discriminatory stops.

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The speaker regained control of the account about 20 minutes after the first explicit photo was posted.

West Harlem »

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

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The city has set aside $3 million to buy and renovate the site at 39th Avenue and 50th Street.

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The mayor and supporters said the legislation will make the criminal justice system more fair.

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The 'handshake' budget deal was the earliest reached since the Giuliani era, Mayor Bill de Blasio said.

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

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A vote coming Wednesday on the Criminal Justice Reform Act of 2016 will also affect littering and noise.