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Will Electric Cars Give New York a Charge?

Apr 05, 2010

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Council Increases Penalty for Dumping

Mar 04, 2010

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City Turns Deaf Ear to Noisy Neighbors

Feb 23, 2010

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Pioneering E-Waste Bill Remains Stuck in Legal Limbo

Feb 08, 2010

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Talking Trash

Feb 03, 2010

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Stated Meeting: Green Building Bills Approved by the Council

Dec 10, 2009

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Moving the City Along the Road to Sustainability

Oct 29, 2009

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