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A 13-story, 226-unit affordable housing project is proposed for 5602-5604 Broadway. Rezoning from light manufacturing to residential and commercial is required. more
The Climate-Change Superfund Act, holding oil companies accountable for greenhouse gas emissions, awaits approval from Gov. Kathy Hochul after passing the Senate and Assembly. more
Learn about the controversy surrounding the sale of Van Cortlandt Jewish Center. Members express confusion and concern over membership denials and voting procedures. Discover the community's response. more
New York's proposed bill to close the voluntary-intoxication loophole in rape cases stalls, drawing criticism. Supporters push for change amid concerns over justice and victim safety. more
NYC's Amalgamated Housing faces a 45% carrying charge hike, sparking concerns over affordability and future for low-income residents. more
Mayor Eric Adams cracks down on unlicensed smoke and cannabis shops in NYC, closing Exotic Land for illegal sales of cannabis and flavored vapes near Riverdale. Legalization status and enforcement detailed. more
Johanna Edmondson, running for 81st Assembly state committee, prioritizes community health, safety, and affordable housing. Plans include a farmers market in Kingsbridge. more
Morgan Evers, a state Democratic committee candidate, was removed from the June 25 primary ballot due to an address typo in her petition. more
Riverdale seniors protest Mayor Adams’ budget cuts, rallying to save crucial services for the aging population in New York City. more
A bill to stop accused rapists from using a victim's voluntary intoxication as a defense passed the state Senate. It now awaits Assembly support and the governor's approval. more
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