By Matt Chaban
The press release came in even before The Observer had seen the initial report that prompted it.
“We have not had any talks wit...
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NEW YORK -- New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg's administration has announced an agreement with a group of developers that includes the owners of t...
Three top city officials, each rumored to have their eye on a mayoral run in 2013, directly challenged Mayor Bloomberg on Monday over a living wage bill in the City Council.
A Community Benefits Agreement between a developer and the community covers a wide range of community needs. The CBA process, if you can call it a process, is broken in New York City.
Mayor Bloomberg's comments on a new bill being considered by the City Council are not just disingenuous, they're also flat out wrong.
Daniel Sambucci opened up shop in Willets Point fifty-nine years ago. Now when Sambucci, 79, looks across 36th Avenue, he finds himself under the ominous shadow of a $900 million baseball stadium.
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