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Updating the Landmarks Law
  

Aug 01, 2005

The four Democratic candidates for mayor discussed issues of historic preservation at a series of forums sponsored by coalition of groups, including Landmark West, the Historic Districts Council, the Municipal

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Old New York as a Gateway to the New New York
  

Aug 01, 2005

The four Democratic candidates for mayor discussed issues of historic preservation at a series of forums sponsored by coalition of groups, including Landmark West, the Historic Districts Council, the Municipal

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Non-Citizen Voting
  

Apr 23, 2004

 When the idea of extending voting rights to non-citizens resurfaced earlier this month, it was met with equal parts enthusiasm and skepticism. The idea itself is nothing new;

2003 General Election Results
  

Nov 04, 2003

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Housing in the Heights
  

Jul 28, 2003

Though for decades Washington Heights has been a haven for new immigrants particularly from the Dominican Republic, many of the most recent arrivals to the area are already New Yorkers

Where Taxes Matter
  

Jul 28, 2003

Last winter, when Democrat Vincent Gentile campaigned in a special election for City Council district 43, he characterized himself as a "tax cutter." It was not a particularly surprising statement. Voters

The Incumbent is the Campaign Issue
  

Jul 28, 2003

A nondescript three-story brick building at the corner of Clarendon Street and Nostrand Avenue in East Flatbush could determine City Councilmember Kendall Stewart's political future. Stewart, who is facing four challengers,

Handling the City's Trash
  

Jul 28, 2003

The Queens neighborhoods of St. Albans, Hollis, and Cambria Heights have a distinctly suburban appearance with single-family homes, lawns, and quiet, well-kept streets. However, these seemingly pleasant, middle-class African-American neighborhoods

Campaigning in Co-op City
  

Jul 28, 2003

Co-op City in the Bronx is the largest housing complex in the state. Built in the late 1960's as part of the Mitchell-Lama program, it is a self-contained city with