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Some City Council members raised concerns about segregated housing.

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The bill would tell voters which elections they were registered for and if they voted in them.

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NYCHA met with tenants 14 times, but still hasn't shared details of the plan, residents say.

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Councilman James Vacca said he decided to publicly come out after speaking with his friends and family.

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The Belmont BID originally said they would not be able to light the tree due to a homelessness problem.

Mott Haven »

Bronx City Councilman Ritchie Torres said he will pay for the canceled tree-lighting with public funds.

East Harlem »

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

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NYCHA is currently streamlining its eviction process for residents who commit crimes.

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The City Council said it has the right to legislate changes that affect police department policy.

East Harlem »

NextGeneration NYCHA plan proposes drastic changes to bring the agency out of deficit.

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Groups that helped elect de Blasio say his comments on police and minority relations lag behind policy.

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Police officers have been given the option to ticket low-level marijuana offenders.

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The law would require officers to identify themselves and explain why an individual was being stopped.

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The legislation calls for the DOE to make diversity a priority in its decision-making.

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The proposed legislation would open the NYPD's gun offender registry to the public.