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The group will launch an ad campaign putting pressure on de Blasio to pay for emergency repairs.

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The additional services will include help for children who have witnessed domestic violence. 

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The participatory budgeting process runs through April 2 in District 33.

St. George »

NYC cultural institutions signed up thousands for free memberships. Now they're seeking compensation.

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The politicians want the funds in addition to the $800,000 Gov. Cuomo's proposed budget allocates.

Corona »

The mayor said the funding cuts would devastate the city.

West Harlem »

The governor proposed shifting hundreds of millions of dollars in spending to the city.

Upper East Side »

The city councilman is kicking off another round of participatory budget meetings this fall.

Astoria »

City Councilman Costa Constantinides is bringing participatory budgeting back to his Queens district.

Long Island City »

The councilman is allocating $106,500 of his discretionary dollars for art, music, and film programming.

Civic Center »

The mayor and City Council are apparently working to hire more officers after months of refusals.

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The governor's blueprint to end AIDS requires the city match the state's funding for it, activists said.

Prospect Heights »

From BAM to the Brooklyn Botanic Garden, eight cultural groups are getting $22 million in city funds.

Astoria »

The Friends of Astoria Heights Park complained of buckling asphalt and outdated equipment at the site.

Civic Center »

Robert Linn is expected to broach healthcare cost saving efforts in Tuesday's chat with the union.