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Rossville »

Representatives from Queens and Staten Island say they would oppose any efforts to place jails there.

New Dorp Beach »

The BP plans to work with Minority Leader Matteo to encourage buyers to adhere to new design guidelines.

Tottenville »

Councilman Matteo and BP Oddo announced the tentative list of roads scheduled to be repaved this year.

Travis »

Councilman Matteo and the Department of Sanitation started a crackdown of illegal dumping last month.

Huguenot »

Council members Borelli and Matteo proposed a plan to charge $400 a year for non-city residents.

South Beach »

This would be the first collection of the birds on the ground of Staten Island University Hospital.

New Dorp »

Councilman Steven Matteo announced that seven spots got fixes recently.

St. George »

City Council members asked to increase the office's budget by $3 million.

Elm Park »

A study for the system would cost between $5 to $7 million to complete.

New Dorp »

An MTA-hosted workshop will be on Feb. 9 at Staten Island Technical High School.

Castleton Corners »

The boxes, made at Staten Island's Pratt Industries, promote recycling in the borough.

Travis »

Council Minority Leader Steven Matteo announced the city will study streets to increase resiliency.

St. George »

The Staten Island borough board voted to reject the plans Thursday night.

Livingston »

The workshops will be held on Dec. 15 in the North Shore and Dec. 17 in the South Shore.