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Hospitals Face Pressure, Six in Brooklyn Could Close
Illegal Hotels Survive Crackdown, Some Say
For Some Landlords, It's Not Easy Going Green
Can Private Advice Save A Threatened Public Realm?
Cuts Cripple Housing Assistance Network in Inwood, Washington Heights
Foreclosure Crisis Fades to Black and Brown
Obama Anti-Poverty Programs Begin to Take Shape
Defeated In Court, Waste Station's Foes Take To The Streets
In Debate Over New Jail, City Says An Aim Is To Prevent Violence
Shopping For Change In Crown Heights
Bike Lane Battle: Role Of Senator's Wife, Ex-DOT Boss, Unclear
Japan Tsunami, Katrina Memories Wash Into Waterfront Debate
Census: Whites Decline In Bronx, Asians Soar In Brooklyn
Critics Of Homeless Program Fight To Save It
Lunch At Junior's: Reputation & Reality In Today’s Brooklyn
Living On The Edge: East New York & Bay Ridge Go Off Script
Finding The Borough Behind The Brand: Brooklyn Today
The Destination: The New History Of Brooklyn
City Housing Commissioner To Depart
Fact Checking The State Of The City
New York is a city stratified by the diversity of its many different neighborhoods, and our community coverage of different issues particular to neighborhoods throughout the five boroughs is a key part of City Limits’ mission. But while our coverage may focus on issues that seem endemic to one neighborhood in particular--like policing practices in Bedford-Stuyvesant or living wage battles in the Bronx--they also highlight community-oriented policies shaping the city at-large.
A coalition of economic advocacy groups wants a federal bank regulator to give JP Morgan Chase a poor grade for its compliance with an anti-redlining law.
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Zoning laws, building codes and other regulations can seem like bureaucratic obscurities. But, says this author, they have a powerful—and often negative—impact on urban areas.
The city allows private companies to collect on overdue water and property tax charges. It's a sensible way to maximize public revenue, says this author, but it comes with dangers for vulnerable homeowners.
Some have criticized the words that teens use to discuss sex in a new series of public service announcements. This author argues the only way to reach at-risk youth is to speak their language.
Race, Opportunity and Sequestration: This report examines ten marquee programs for Americans struggling to make it into the middle-class.
Neighborhood Demographics and Public High School Students’ Readiness for College in New York City
An Investigation of Private Consultants in the Bloomberg Administration