East 91st Street marine transfer station

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A 10-pound jackhammer bit crashed through a window at Asphalt Green, next to the 91st St. station.

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Kallos discussed his top priorites for the district with DNAinfo New York.

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The Upper East Side station would help lessen Brooklyn's pollution, residents say. 

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Benjamin Kallos says he's not bringing politics as usual to the UES's District 5 City Council race.

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Upper East Siders plan on filing another lawsuit against the city's 91st Street garbage facility.

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The city won a federal permit to build its controversial East 91st Street marine transfer station.

Yorkville »

A controversial East 91st Street waste facility could cost the city more than $400 million, foes say.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

The UES and Williamsburg, both in Rep. Carolyn Maloney's new district, are at odds over trash plans.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

DSNY will sell its site at E. 73rd St. to a hospital in exchange for another spot to build a garage.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Nearly 300 residents voiced concerns to city officials Monday about the E. 91st Street trash station.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

"Shame on you," residents yelled Thursday at prospective bidders on the E. 91st Street garbage facility.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

East Side elected officials and civc leaders will raise their voices on Saturday at 10:30 on 92nd Street and York Avenue against the proposed 91st Street trash facility.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Opponents of the garbage facility near Asphalt Green rec center are hoping the Army Corps of Engineers study on how the project affects marine life could help kill the project.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Tenants from Stanley Isaacs Houses, a public housing complex less than 280 feet away, will speak out on Tuesday.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

Hundreds of families rallied at Asphalt Green on Wednesday to voice outrage over plans for the East 91st Street site.