New York City is no stranger to lawsuits. But what happens when a claim involves a public space managed by a nonprofit?
City Limits’ editor Jarrett Murphy catches us up on the ongoing Manhattan District Attorney’s race. At least eight candidates are running, several of whom have announced policies that could greatly reshape the office’s role.
In this week’s podcast episode, Executive Editor Jarrett Murphy offers the rundown on the five special elections slated to take place in the coming months, where candidates are vying to fill vacant City Council seats in Queens and The Bronx.
Managing editor Jeanmarie Evelly talks with housing and development reporter Sadef Kully about the Flushing waterfront rezoning, where developers want to create a 29-acre waterfront special district with 1,725 apartments and other facilities.