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APPROVING SOUNDVIEW DEVELOPMENT

City Council Subcommittee Approves Soundview Development Including Church with Modifications East aerial view of the proposed 1755 Watson Avenue development. Image credit: Azimuth Development Zoning ...
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PLASTICS FOR NORTH TONAWANDA

Governor Cuomo Announces Expansion of An-Cor Industrial Plastics in Western New York Project will Create 23 Jobs and Retain 45 at Manufacturing Facility in North Tonawanda Governor Andrew M. Cuomo ...
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BANNED THE GUY FROM THE HOME IMPROVEMENT BUSINESS

A.G. Schneiderman Announces $63K Settlement, Court Order, Effectively Banning Fraudulent Rochester Home Improvement Contractor From Operating In NYS; Encourages Other Potential Victims To File Claims ...
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BUILDING ON EDGEWATER STREET

City Council Subcommittee Considering Three Building Complex on Edgewater Street Rendering of the development designed by Caliendo Architects. Image credit: V Capital Management Zoning Subcommittee ...
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ROCHESTER'S A MODEL FOR THIS

Governor Cuomo Recognizes Rochester as Model City for Actions to Reduce Greenhouse Gas Emissions and Build Climate Resiliency Rochester Designated New York's 11th Certified Climate Smart Community ...
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LARGER LITTLE ITALY RETAIL

Council Members Critical of Proposed Amendment in Little Italy for Larger Retail Use Council Member Margaret Chin. Image credit: NYCC/William Alatriste An amendment to expand ground floor retail use ...
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HORNELL'S GOT SOME NEW SENIOR HOUSING

Governor Cuomo Announces $9.3 Million Energy-Efficient Affordable Housing Development for Seniors in Hornell Historic Former Elementary School Redeveloped into 25 Quality, Affordable Homes for Seniors ...
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CLEANING UP PUGSLEY CREEK

City Investing $95 Million to Clean Up Pugsley Creek in South Bronx New Sewer Line will Reduce Overflows into Pugsley Creek by 98 Percent Planting of More Than 300 New Trees Will Help to Improve Air ...
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TRUMP'S BUDGET HURTS NEW YORKERS

SCHUMER: PROPOSED TRUMP BUDGET CUTS ARE REAL TROUBLE FOR UPSTATE NEW YORK; SENATOR VOWS TO PROTECT FUNDING THAT UPSTATE MIDDLE CLASS, WORKING FAMILIES AND SENIORS RELY ON Proposed Budget Will Cut To ...
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CO-OP CITY WATERFRONT?

City Hall in Your Borough: Mayor de Blasio Announces New 1.4 Acre Waterfront Site for Parkland in Co-Op City New park will serve 45,000 residents in and around Co-op City Mayor Bill de Blasio joined ...
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GIVE HOMEOWNERS FLOOD INSURANCE RELIEF

SCHUMER, DONOVAN, DE BLASIO, ODDO, MATTEO: WITH PLANS FOR STATEN ISLAND SEAWALL NOW UNDERWAY, FED AGENCIES MUST BE ON THE SAME PAGE TO ENSURE PROJECT WILL MEET ALL NECESSARY REQUIREMENTS FOR FLOOD ...
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$10 MILLION TO REVITALIZE GLEN FALLS

Governor Cuomo Announces Winning Projects for Glens Falls $10 Million Downtown Revitalization Initiative New York State Agencies to Collaborate with Regional Economic Development Council Investments ...
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CLEAN-UP & REZONING FLUSHING WATERFRONT

City Planning Wrapping Up Brownfield Recommendations in Flushing Designated study area in Flushing, Queens. Image credit: DCP City Planning presented to community board draft findings and ...
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BORDER WALL BAD FOR BIODIVERSITY

Border walls may pose big challenges to biodiversity -- but smaller ones to humans Walls that impede animal movement may produce dramatic effects on populations American Institute of Biological ...
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$33 MILLION FOR NEW YORK'S RAIL SAFETY

SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $33 MILLION IN FUNDING FOR POSITIVE TRAIN CONTROL, RAIL SAFETY IMPROVEMENTS Funding Advances Infrastructure Projects from Poughkeepsie to Schenectady U.S. Senators ...
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PENN STATION'S IN CRISIS?

Governor Cuomo Announces Aggressive Plan to Combat Long-Term Crisis at Penn Station Creates Task Force to Address Short and Long Term Challenges at Penn Station Challenges MTA to Modernize the Subway ...
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EAST HARLEM'S TROJAN HORSE

NiLP Guest Commentary Trojan Horse entering East Harlem Disguised as "Rezoning" By Roger Hernandez, Jr. The NiLP Report (May 19, 2017) In the ancient tale Aeneid of Virgil from the time of ...
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BUILDING NEXT TO TRANSMITTER PARK

Subcommittee Hears Testimony on Development Adjacent to Transmitter Park Project site adjacent to WNYC Transmitter Park in Greenpoint. Image credit: GoogleMaps Zoning Subcommittee heard testimony on ...
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$30 MILLION ON EMS OPS

Mayor de Blasio and Fire Commissioner Nigro Announce $30 Million Investment in Bronx FDNY EMS Operations Investments include new EMS Station facility and continuation of rapid-response Fly Cars; ...
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INVESTING $150 MILLION IN HUNTS POINT

City Hall In Your Borough: Mayor de Blasio Kicks Off Week in Bronx With Tour of Hunts Point Terminal Produce Market City investing $150 million to expand capacity, improve resiliency and create new ...
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APPROVED A NEW VINEGAR HILL BUILDING

Planning Commission Approves Controversial Vinegar Hill Development Original proposed nine-story building rendered by project architectual firm, think! architecture & design. The City Planning ...
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MONEY FOR NEIGHBORWORKS

SCHUMER, GILLIBRAND ANNOUNCE OVER $4.5M IN NEIGHBORWORKS FUNDING TO DEVELOP AND PRESERVE AFFORDABLE HOUSING, REVITALIZE NEIGHBORHOODS, AND CREATE JOBS ACROSS NY NeighborWorks America Grants Will ...
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EAST HARLEM SKYSCRAPER

City Planning Holds Hearing on Skyscraper East Harlem Development Rendering of proposed development in East Harlem, Manhattan. Image Credit: Perkins Eastman Architects The proposed rezoning would ...
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THE ERIE CANAL IS 200!

Governor Cuomo Announces Statewide Plans to Commemorate the Erie Canal's Bicentennial Erie Canal is Officially Opened for the Season Dozens of Celebrations and Events Planned Across New York State ...
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E17TH ST. PROPERTY WAS AN ILLEGAL HOTEL

Gramercy Park SRO used as Hotel Ruled Unlawful Hotel 17 located at 225 E 17th Street, Manhattan. Image credit: CityLaw Owner of eight-story building had been used as a hotel since the 1950’s. An ...
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