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The Association of Riverdale Cooperatives and Condominiums re-elected its board members at the annual dinner, reaffirming their commitment to representing co-op shareholders. more
Tibbetts Brook, an underground creek, will resurface in Riverdale next year, enhancing green spaces and improving water quality by redirecting its natural flow away from sewers. more
Community Board 8 released an updated housing resource guide for Riverdale residents, providing essential information on affordable housing, legal assistance and homeowner programs. more
Artist Nicky Enright and his team completed a mural on Riverdale Avenue depicting 15 local birds threatened by climate change, aiming to raise environmental awareness. more
New traffic lights appeared on Riverdale Avenue, but not at the dangerous Oxford Avenue and West 235th Street intersection, where a pedestrian was killed, causing community frustration. more
Community Board 8 unanimously rejected Mayor Eric Adams' housing proposal, citing flaws and potential negative impacts on affordable housing and community stability. more
Amalgamated Housing Cooperative received $10 million in capital funding after Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz's persistent efforts, aiding crucial repairs amid rising charges. more
Riverdale Senior Services celebrated its 50th anniversary at a gala, honoring leaders Bob Rubinstein and Ruth Friendly. The center continues to expand its programs for seniors. more
NYC opens libraries, community centers and unique spots like Petco as cooling centers during heat waves, offering residents and pets a place to escape the extreme heat. more
David Merriman, a teacher at Marble Hill School, received the Bronx Council for Environmental Quality's Environmental Education Award for his hands-on projects and dedication to environmental science. more
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