Council Bill To Remove Roadblocks For Restaurant Outdoor Cafes From Harlem To Hollis

New Yorkers may see more outdoor cafes open in their neighborhoods when restrictions on in-person dining at city restaurants are lifted as the city rebounds from its coronavirus outbreak. Continue Reading →

Land Use Committee Approves Harlem Church Redevelopment With Modifications

Council makes modifications to include only MIH Option One and a partnership with JOENYC to fund repairs and renovations for existing affordable units in La Hermosa’s district. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Signs Landmark Legislation To Reform Commercial Waste And Collection Industry

Mayor Bill de Blasio today signed legislation that will radically overhaul the City’s commercial waste program, bringing much-needed reform to an industry known for dangerous, unhealthy and unsustainable conditions. Continue Reading →

With Plastic Bags Banned, NYC Eyes Charge For Paper Ones From Harlem To Hollis

Instead of paper or plastic, New Yorkers from Harlem to Hollis could soon face a different choice at the checkout line: Pay or bring your own reports Patch.

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Harlem Electeds Mark-Viverito, Rodriguez And Other Council Members Hail Growth Of Latino Population

On Thursday, June 22nd, 2017, the Census estimated that the share of Latinos from Harlem to Hollis living in New York City had grown to comprise 29% of all inhabitants. Continue Reading →

Uptowns Ydanis Rodriguez And Others Unite To Support Bill Increasing Safety Of Bicycling

Councilmember-Ydanis-Rodriguez1Today, despite the rain, Council Members Carlos Menchaca, Uptowns Ydanis Rodriguez, and Antonio Reynoso, advocates and community members came together at the steps of City Hall for a press conference in support of Intro. Continue Reading →