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Car-sharing may be coming to the northwest Bronx at locations near you in the spring. more
Excavators swarmed over piles of brown earth at 3745 Riverdale Ave., on April 11 as Thaïs Rutledge approached on the east side of the avenue. It would’ve been impossible for the workers to hear over the drilling when she tripped on the uneven ground and landed hard on the sidewalk just outside the construction fence. more
Court Square Real Estate Partners filed for permits Thursday to build a six-story men’s shelter at 6661 Broadway in North Riverdale, anticipating a green light from city homeless services on a $211 million contract with African American Planning Commission Inc., the proposed shelter operator. more
Anyone watching the Oct. 13 Community Board 8 meeting might have thought they mistakenly tuned into a public access television sitcom. more
An ongoing dispute between two Community Board 8 members has evolved into a larger debate over whether one of its bylaws could lead to discriminatory practices. more
Deb Travis was appointed to be new chair of the Parks and Recreation committee for Community Board 8. more
To the editor: For some of you who take pleasure in the derailment of Community Board 8 meetings, take time to reconsider your commitment. Maybe you are busy and can’t prepare for a monthly meeting — that is, “I am just reading this now.” Or maybe, you think disrupting a meeting with confusing opposing remarks is normal, as one who first objected to tabling, and then complained about inadequate notice despite the bylaws. more
Residents won’t need to play pickleball on a tennis court for much longer in Seton Park, as their voices were heard loud and clear by the city parks department. more
The city buildings department issued a partial stop work order at 3745 Riverdale Ave. Monday, the development site Mark Stagg purchased last February for $6 million. more
Community Board 8 members have known since last October the School Construction Authority wanted to build a school on a shady block across from Van Cortlandt Park where the former Church of the Visitation sits consumed by weeds. But, now they want to know the details — and they are prepared to leverage their influence. more
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