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Mother Nature’s Winter Wonderland Photos by Neil S. Friedman

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Temporary Hazard Gone, But Not Forgotten

For nearly six months several enormous concrete sewer ducts were sitting on Avenue K, between East 91st and 92nd streets, obstructing available parking space and causing a prolonged dangerous situation for motorists. More...

Informed Voices Group Assesses Its Achievements

Entering its third year, the Informed Voices Civic Association recently met to review its past efforts and achievements and focus on plans for the coming year. More...

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Fidler To Query Parks Commish On Compost Heap

and Charles Rogers

City Councilman Lew Fidler has joined the controversy surrounding the compost site in the western section of Seaview Park, siding with members of the United Canarsie South Civic Association in their quest to find out if the station will continue to e More...

"Zero Tolerance" Summonses Are Unfair: Civic Leader

By Jason Medina More...

Saturday, Sunday...Snow Day

Winter weather can be harsh and uninviting, but it can also leave behind scenic panoramas, like the one above, taken in Marine Park last Sunday morning after the season's first snowfall blanketed the metropolitan area with 3-5 inches. More...

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