Voters to decide on community board term limits

    Voters to decide on community board term limits

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    On election day, voters decide whether to impose community board term limits — as officials argue over whether expertise or diversity matters most.

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    Plans for L-train shutdown face resistance from 14th Street residents

    Plans for L-train shutdown face resistance from 14th Street residents

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    Residents of 14th Street are fighting plans to reroute traffic to their neighborhood during L-train shutdown.

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    Local officials ‘outraged’ over midtown's $5 per gallon gas

    Local officials ‘outraged’ over midtown’s $5 per gallon gas

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    Local officials are outraged by excessive gas prices at Bisma Mobil station in Midtown.

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    Electric scooters roll into Manhattan

    Electric scooters roll into Manhattan

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    Cities nationwide scramble to address the electric scooter invasion – and if two city councilmen have their way, New York will be next.

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    A clinic exclusive to Hudson Yards community draws criticism

    A clinic exclusive to Hudson Yards community draws criticism

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    New clinic in Hudson Yards restricts access to a community in desperate need of health care services.

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    There's definitely something fishy about the Hudson River

    There’s definitely something fishy about the Hudson River

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    The Hudson River gets a bad rap for being dirty. As it turns out, there’s lots of life there.

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    Getting a head start
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    The Hudson Guild, over a century old, gives pre-K students a start in Chelsea.

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    A small business hangs on, but barely

    A small business hangs on, but barely
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    A deli owner at the intersection of bike lanes and gentrification sees his business slump.

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    City Council passes bill to mandate safety training for construction workers

    City Council passes bill to mandate safety training for construction workers
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    A bill that requires a minimum of 40 hours of safety training for construction workers passed the City Council on September 28th.

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    Bryant Park West: San Francisco borrows a park plan

    Bryant Park West: San Francisco borrows a park plan
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    San Francisco reimagines Bryant Park.

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    With an eye on the future, Mood Fabrics plans to relocate

    With an eye on the future, Mood Fabrics plans to relocate
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    Project Runway’s go-to fabric merchant in the Garment District, Mood Fabrics, is moving.

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