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The public can comment on where to put a massive underground sewage tank until May 31.

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365 Bond St., built on a brownfield along the canal, will be regularly inspected for contamination.

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Alloy Development offered the free land in a bid to stop the city from seizing it under eminent domain.

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The EPA says it's moving "at warp speed" on the canal cleanup but the city could delay the project.

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Rep. Grace Meng introduced a bill calling for the EPA to take over monitoring noise.

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It is not immediately clear when the fields will reopen. 

Civic Center »

Two men were rescued from scaffolding at the Ted Weiss Federal Building Downtown, officials said.

Greenwich Village »

The city's Parks Department sprayed the pesticide Roundup more than 1,300 times in 2013.

Ridgewood »

Remediation work at the former atomic bomb project site led the EPA to discover more contamination.

Bushwick »

Two businesses have been badly affected by radiation protection work on the Bushwick-Ridgewood border.

Gowanus »

Residents worry the Gowanus Canal cleanup will shut the public pool on Third Avenue and Degraw Street.

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The cleanup will take eight to 10 years, but won't make the canal safe enough for swimming.

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The Double "D" Pool lies in path of EPA's plans for clean up of Gowanus Canal.

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The nonprofit Fifth Avenue Committee received the grant from the New York Community Trust.

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Almost 30 teams are signed up to participate in a boat race on the heavily polluted Gowanus Canal.