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The mayor filed suit in state court Friday after a similar lawsuit failed in federal court in August.

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Ignizio was elected to lead the City Council's three-person Republican caucus.

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Laurie Cumbo had blamed the Brooklyn "knockout" attacks on tension between blacks and Jews.

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Councilman Fernando Cabrera spearheaded legislation that mandated the map's creation back in May.

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The seven council members praised the mayor-elect even as they promised to resist him.

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Some in the council resent 1199 SEIU's vocal promotion of Melissa Mark-Viverito for speaker.

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Five members dropped their support for the Safe Job Acts, even as a new report backs supporters' push.

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The Manhattan councilwoman wouldn't speculate on reports that she's the top pick for Council speaker.

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A plan to give city council members more power has racked up 30 signatures so far, organizers said.

Bed-Stuy »

The Brownstoners of Bedford-Stuyvesant are offering house tours on Saturday.

Astoria »

The council also approved $500,000 to study possibly ferry service for the peninsula.

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The council approved a special permit for G&M Realty to construct apartment towers at 22-44 Jackson Ave.

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The 36th City Council race remained too close to call, and Foy declined to concede Wednesday morning.

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Al Vann will leave politics after almost 40 years, and residents now have to choose his successor.

Astoria »

Lynne Serpe is making a run for the Astoria seat long held by Councilman Peter Vallone.