Housing advocates say Moshe Piller is known for keeping his buildings in poor condition.
Councilman Rafael Salamanca discussed his proposals on Friday outside the building where two girls died.
Richard Flateau will take over as chairman of Brooklyn's Community Board 3.
Democrat Kamillah Hanks created an election committee for a potential City Council run next year.
In a last-minute move, the agency that handles all of the city's contracts put a hold on relocation.
More than 7,200 New Yorkers say they'll march through Midtown on Jan. 21.
Nonprofit Bushwick Economic Development Corp. was accused of extortion and bribing city workers.
Dayton Beach Park Co-Op said the board members paid back the cost of the items through maintenance fees.
Two members of the electoral college say they won't be casting their for President-elect Donald Trump.
The mayor dismissed the radiator malfunction that killed two young girls as a "freak accident."
City Hall announced it will no longer keep cardholder's documents.
The Mayor's Office of Contract Services is planning to take up 35,000 square feet inside 28 Liberty.
The city asked for $35 million to pay back Trump's security costs. Congress offered $7 million.
The Council approved the legislation, which is now awaiting the mayor's signature.
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