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East Harlem's Rezoning Committee unveiled their plans to preserve affordable housing Tuesday night.

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The Quadrennial Advisory Commission said mayor and other elected officials deserve a 15 percent raise.

Port Morris »

Disappointed activists had hoped to remove the facilities from their borough but are not giving up yet.

East Harlem »

After the NYPD crackdown on 125th St., the area's homeless population moved down the block, locals say.

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The "E125" development will have 1,000 apartments, a Proton therapy center, and more commercial space.

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Mayor says the response is good when he speaks to individuals about the plan.

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The woman was kicked out of a public rally against Trump's intolerant speeches.

Central Harlem »

The two feuding politicians spoke separately at the Apollo Theater in Harlem.  

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In 7 out of 15 NYCHA developments involved in the crime-reduction plan, crime has increased.

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But residents and city officials want to know where the nonprofit's money is going. 

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The group received a $625,000 grant to launch a new initiative called The Roster.

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Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. said that the proposals "must be reconsidered."

East Harlem »

The speaker criticized the nonprofit development company for selling the Pathmark building.

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The Department of Veterans Services will be a freestanding city agency under a Council bill.

Greenpoint »

The new plan will provide grants and loans for industrial businesses.