Unofficial numbers released Sunday by the New York City Board of Elections (BOE) show just 44,611 people participated in early voting, held across nine days in every borough but Staten Island. The polls close at 9 p.m. Tuesday.
Adi Talwar and Jeanmarie Evelly |
City Limits takes a multimedia look at how food waste is repurposed at the Department of Sanitation’s 33-acre composting facility in the Fresh Kills section of Staten Island. The site is part of New York City’s effort to operate “the nation’s largest composting program” and limit the climate impact of its waste sector, which accounts for 4 percent of citywide emissions.
In New York City, 446,432 Democrats and 50,337 Republican cast ballots for governor on Tuesday—a sleepy election day during a redistricting year that’ll ask voters to return to the polls in August for a second primary.
New York City will choose its next mayor on Tuesday. Check here throughout the day for developments in the 2021 election.
Adi Talwar, Ese Olumhense and Daniel Parra |
Según el grupo comercial sin fines de lucro United Auto Merchants Association (Asociación de Comerciantes de Automóviles Unidos o UAMA por sus siglas en inglés), entre 35 y 40 negocios de automóviles y relacionados con automóviles en la Avenida Jerome han sido desplazados desde la rezonificación de la ciudad en 2018 del corredor, y alrededor de 150 todavía operan.
Adi Talwar, Daniel Parra and Ese Olumhense |
According to the United Auto Merchants Association (UAMA), a nonprofit trade group, between 35 and 40 auto and auto-related businesses on Jerome Avenue have been displaced since the city’s 2018 rezoning of the corridor, and around 150 still operate.
If passed, the rezoning will reshape a neighborhood that is home to active heavy industry, a vibrant arts scene, major public-housing complexes and a massive Superfund clean-up.
Technically, the proposed rezoning of this northern Manhattan neighborhood is about redrawing lines on a map. Here’s what that map looks like, today, on the ground.