Vendedores ambulantes del sur del Bronx fueron los más inspeccionados por el DCWP en los últimos meses

En el primer trimestre de este año, el Departamento de Protección al Consumidor y al Trabajador (DCWP por sus siglas en inglés) de la ciudad emitió 414 multas a vendedores ambulantes en la ciudad. La agencia ya no lidera la inspección de vendedores desde el 1 de abril, fecha en que el Departamento de Sanidad (DSNY por sus siglas en inglés) empezó a hacerse cargo de estas funciones.

Opinion: With Community Land Trusts Back in the Spotlight, Lessons from 1970s NYC

“Now, longtime neighborhood residents across the city, people who put up with dangerous housing conditions for decades because they had no choice, but who fought to improve their neighborhoods, finally have the best chance in decades to get public support.” Adi Talwar Three buildings in the East Village are a part of the Cooper Square Community Land Trust. CityViews are readers’ opinions, not those of City Limits. Add your voice today! The Lower East Side, 1970s.It was a short five blocks from my apartment on East 4th Street, between Avenues C and D, to my job at a local community organization in the abandoned P.S. 64 on East 9th Street, later re-named El Bohio.

SEE IT: How NYC Turns Food & Yard Waste Into ‘Big Apple Compost’

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.