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Stated Meeting: Shutting Engines At Schools
  

Jan 29, 2009

Idlers be forewarned: Sputtering engines will not be tolerated near schools by the City Council. That's the message the City Council sent Wednesday when it passed two bills bolstering the city's

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A Recovery Package From Bloomberg
  

Jan 16, 2009

Trumpeting, both literally and metaphorically, New Yorkers' ability to get through tough times, Mayor Michael Bloomberg revealed a nine-part "recovery package" during his annual State of the City address Thursday,

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The Democrats Take Albany
  

Jan 12, 2009

Gotham Gazette Illustration by Ya-Hsuan Huang Gov. David Paterson started his first State of the State speech late. Another speech took precedence for a few minutes as new Senate Majority Leader

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Stated Meeting: Council Approves Firearm Reporting
  

Jan 08, 2009

If police officers pull their triggers the City Council will now be put on notice under legislation passed unanimously by the council on Wednesday. The New York City Police Department will

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The 2009 Race: How Term Limits Changed the Political Landscape
  

Jan 05, 2009

Photos by Courtney Gross Yetta Kurland navigates a recent Democratic holiday party with ease, floating from circle to circle, distributing hugs as if they were campaign literature to attendees she has

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A New Name for Our Premier Waterway
  

Jan 05, 2009

Engraving from Currier & Ives, 1892. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. With the Triborough Bridge now known as the R.F.K. Bridge, New York City is evidently in a re-naming

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Term Limits Extension Gets Final Signature
  

Nov 03, 2008

Scores of New York City residents filed into the mayor's side of City Hall -- a rare space for such a public spectacle -- for the city's final hearing on

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Forgetting – and Remembering – the Slocum
  

Oct 25, 2004

It Happened In 1904: • Looking Back at 100 • How The Subway Shaped New York • A Century Of Subway Activism • Times Square: 100 Years of Pleasure and

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A Century Of Subway Activism
  

Oct 25, 2004

It Happened In 1904: • Looking Back at 100 • How The Subway Shaped New York • A Century Of Subway Activism • Times Square: 100 Years of Pleasure and

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How The Subway Shaped New York
  

Oct 25, 2004

It Happened In 1904: • Looking Back at 100 • How The Subway Shaped New York • A Century Of Subway Activism • Times Square: 100 Years of Pleasure

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