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Sanitation garage

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East Harlem »

Residents fumed over a proposal to relocate a sanitation garage from E. 99th Street to E. 127th Street.

East Harlem »

City wants to move a sanitation garage from 99th Street to 127th Street.

New Brighton »

The Department of Sanitation said it will relocate the garage to Freshkills.

Tompkinsville »

The city released a request seeking developers for the Sanitation garage on Jersey Street.

Kips Bay »

Waterside Plaza residents sent 1,031 letters to the city to oppose the 25th Street sanitation garage.

Kips Bay »

Residents continue to oppose the plan to build a sanitation garage on First Avenue near 25th Street.

Kips Bay »

The sanitation garage is part of a larger plan for a new cancer care center on the Upper East Side.

Roosevelt Island »

East Harlem residents are angry over city plans to relocate Goldwater Hospital patients.

Upper East Side & Roosevelt Island »

DSNY will sell its site at E. 73rd St. to a hospital in exchange for another spot to build a garage.

Washington Heights & Inwood »

Facility in Upper Manhattan is set to get green energy technology under new city plan.

Manhattan »

A handful of trees surrounding the construction site of a $500 million sanitation garage were removed.

Manhattan »

The city has proposed delaying construction on two controversial trash sites and the Gansevoort recycling center.

Manhattan »

Five trees on Washington Street would come down under the city's plan to build a $500 million sanitation garage.