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Hamilton Heights »

Community Board 9 voted against two proposed changes to the city's zoning text.

Inwood »

More than 200 residents turned up to urge local electeds and CB12 to shoot down the proposed changes.

East New York »

Brooklyn Community Board 5 voted against neighborhood rezoning plans.

Lower East Side »

CB3's land use committee said they were skeptical the changes would create more affordable units.

Cobble Hill »

Lander's zoning opinion is key because the City Council typically defers to the local councilman.

Upper West Side »

The Department of Education has no timetable for a new zoning plan following controversy.

Upper West Side »

Leaders voted for P.S. 191 to switch locations with the forthcoming P.S. 342, set to open in 2018.  

Jackson Heights »

Twelve of the borough's 14 boards voted Monday to strike down de Blasio's proposed changes.

East Harlem »

The community board will vote on the proposed zoning text amendment on November 17.

Upper West Side »

Community Education Council 3 now expects the plan to be in place by Dec. 2.

Upper West Side »

Under a new proposed zoning plan, P.S. 191 would serve pre-K-2 and P.S. 342 would serve grades 3-8.

Upper West Side »

A delay in students evacuating the building show the real problems with overcrowding, they said. 

Upper West Side »

Community Education Council members want more time to mull zoning scenarios and options, they said.

East New York »

The rezoning plan drew sharp criticism from longtime residents who worry about jobs and affordability.

Crown Heights »

Pearl Miles is "gravely out of touch" with the community, the board's leadership said in a letter.