Melissa Mark-Viverito

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Hunts Point »

The winner of the District 17 election will make more than eight times what their constituents do.

Civic Center »

Good government groups said the legislation is a step forward in spite of the salary increases.

Mott Haven »

The Council speaker also called for reforms to the criminal justice system, including Rikers Island.

Inwood »

The City Council turned down a request to co-name West 214th Street and Broadway "Renee Mancino Way."

Clinton Hill »

The 43-year-old attorney was shot and killed on Labor Day in Crown Heights last year.

Midtown »

The raise is higher than that recommended by a commission which studied the issue.

Civic Center »

Good government groups say more public input should have been sought on the increased raises.

East Harlem »

Proposal includes rezoning First through Madison avenues to allow more density and affordable housing.

Civic Center »

City Council will consider a package of legislation next week to reduce penalties for minor offenses.

Bedford Park »

Darcel Clark was inaugurated as the borough’s district attorney on Saturday at Lehman College.

Hudson Square »

There have not been any confirmed immigration raids in New York State.

East Harlem »

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

Civic Center »

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.