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Building One Livable City

A NYC park ribbon-cutting (@MarkLevineNYC) New York is embarking on a building boom, and upzoning neighborhoods around the boroughs, with the laudable goal of making the city more affordable. But will


 

 

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  • Today’s Lead: Albany Legislative Session Enters Final Hours
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    Today is the last scheduled day of session this year for the New York State Legislature and the big news has more to do with what won’t pass than what will. A blame game continues over who or what killed negotiations over sweeping public campaign finance reform. A last-ditch meeting on the issue scheduled for Monday was abruptly cancelled. Both houses of the Legislature seem to be playing a ga



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