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Marc Fader/City Limits
Borough's Community Boards Push for Greater Impact
Lessons of Willets Point: Will A New Mayor Do Development Differently?
Plan to Build on Vacant Lots Stirs Displacement Fears
Pols Aggressively Shaping Bronx Community Boards
How the M-train is Gentrifying Bushwick
Bike Lane Battle: Role Of Senator's Wife, Ex-DOT Boss, Unclear
No Vacancy: Why Empty Condos Aren't Becoming Affordable Housing
Waking the Dead
Five Boroughs. One City. No Plan.
Whose Dreams Will Decide?
Can a Year-Round Coney Island Succeed?
Bodega Barometer: In East Harlem, The Recession Isn’t Over
Espada & Rivera Square Off In Tuesday's Primary
Bloomberg Deputy's Legacy, From Yankee Stadium To Hudson Yards
Neighborhood Advocates See Push For Power Blocked
Term Limits, Fair Share To Be On November Ballot
MTA's Bus Cuts: The Hardest Hit
City Agencies Uneven On Voter Registration Push
Charter Panel Wrestles With Agenda
As local representative bodies, community boards decide on issues mostly focused on land zoning and land use. Each community board meets at least once each month. The borough president and city hall appoint members. There are over 59 community boards in New York City alone.
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