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Mayor Eric Adams and buildings commissioner Eric Ulrich kicked off a new commission Sep. 14 that will recommend structural improvements aimed at accelerating permitting and speeding up construction in New York City. more
Martha Frazer, 79, recently underwent heart surgery. “I had an angiogram, and they said I had to have open heart surgery. Triple bypass. Almost immediately,” she said. “It was urgent.” more
Balloons and signs were strung up on around P.S. 81 Robert J. Christen last Thursday for a warm welcome as students walked through the front doors to mark the new school year. more
It has been the summer of protests and counter-protests in Throggs Neck.  Supporters of the proposed Bruckner Boulevard upzoning rallied Aug. 30 to say “yes” to four new buildings in their neighborhood. The redevelopment will add 349 apartments if it survives a city council vote early this fall. It passed unanimously in a planning commission vote Aug. 24. more
Summertime in New York is really hot. Whether it’s trips to our beaches, a movie, visiting a cooling center, or stopping by an ice cream truck, New Yorkers are creative about finding ways to beat the heat. more
Real estate regulations got a gender-neutral update last week after Gov. Kathy Hochul signed a bill striking references to “salesmen” from the text of the state’s real property law and replacing it with “salespeople.” more
The city council and Mayor Eric Adams will have to revisit the 2023 academic year budget after a New York state supreme court judge Friday returned the education portion of the city’s budget for reconsideration. To prolong matters more, the mayor is set to appeal the decision. more
The city council and Mayor Eric Adams will have to revisit the 2023 school year budget after a New York state supreme court judge Friday returned the education portion of the city’s budget for reconsideration. more
The numbers don’t lie. The strategy of Mayor Eric Adams and predecessor Bill de Blasio to help the homeless has failed miserably. Instead of finding suitable places for such people to live or find shelter, they are using the police and sanitation departments to clear out homeless encampments. more
With the first day of school only weeks away, the status of class sizes, how many teachers will be working, and which extracurricular activities will be kept are still up in the air in the city’s public schools. more
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