The Department of City Planning’s proposed rezoning of East Harlem was approved by the City Council on November 30, 2017.
‘During the three months we set up shop in Harlem every Saturday, we encountered scores of people who thought that because they had a felony conviction and/or they were on parole, they could not vote.’
What impact have the mayor’s moves had on East New York, Downtown Far Rockaway, East Harlem, Jerome Avenue and Inwood?Read more >
According to a new report, many of the neighborhoods that show signs of deep vulnerability are where a rezoning has occurred or is in the offing. Is new density the cause or the cure of that pressure?Read more >
Hear the voices of those who want the city to reopen a comfort station that has been closed since the 70s in an area where cops write hundreds of tickets each year citing homeless people and others for public urination.Read more >