Ranking the city’s community districts according to how many obstacles their children face reveals that many neighborhoods face multiple threats while others show a combination of progress and new perils.
You might still be reeling from the 2016 national elections, but it’s time to look ahead to the local races for mayor, citywide and borough-level offices and City Council on tap for next year.
The Department of City Planning hosts a two-part public hearing on the draft scope of work for the environmental impact study for the proposed rezoning of East Harlem. Thursday December 15, at 2 p.m. and at 6 p.m. Here’s where we’ll webcast the latter session and display a live feed of #ZoneInNYC tweets.
City Limits will LiveStream the second session below. Also see below a live feed of tweets using the hashtag #ZoneInNYC.
The city is coming out with a study of the neighborhood that will recommend steps meant to improve the waterfront and more—which it hopes will shape applications for zoning changes on individual parcels.