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Community residents and cycling advocates called on Community Board 12 to advocate for increased safety uptown.

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The Department of Transportation plans to begin making changes to the highly-congested 181st Street corridor.

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Yeshiva University is reviving a plan to create a one-block public plaza beside its campus on West 185th Street.

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Despite community objections, a CB12 committee voted in support of a modified license for La Esperanza Sports Bar.

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Families would have to make less than $72,000 to qualify for apartments with cheaper rents in four proposed towers.

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With skyscrapers on drawing board, officials will discuss land use issues in Upper Manhattan.

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The city landmarks commission approved a plan to build a temporary pool pavilion at the High Bridge Recreation Center.

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Police are working with the Washington Heights BID to clean up illegal street vending on West 181st Street.

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After months of debate, Community Board 12's Traffic and Transportation committee plans to hold a bike lane forum in June.

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The developer of the proposed Washington Heights skyscrapers laid out potential plans for Gorman Park.

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A CB12 committee voted to recommend the Department of Transportation's suggested changes to intersections.

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Ouva Wine Bar and Beer Garden won approval from Community Board 12 for its liquor license application.

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The widow of Malcolm X may soon have a street corner named in honor of her work in upper Manhattan.

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A group, which announced a plan to open a Brazilian eatery last year, allegedly owes $8,000 in back rent.

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A housing forum will be held on May 5 in order to address problems with landlords in Upper Manhattan.