East Harlem news

News – November 2017

East Harlem News

Harlem City Council Election Results: Levine, Ayala, Perkins Win – Harlem Patch, November 8, 2017 East Harlem’s First Skate Park Opens In Thomas Jefferson Park – Harlem Patch, November 8, 2017 East Harlem Man, 40, Reported Missing, Police Say – Harlem Patch, November 7, 2017 Evidence in emotionally disturbed Harlem man’s shooting death by cops…

News – October 2017

East Harlem News

Harlem Community Board Abused Government Resources, Borough President Says – DNAinfo, October 31, 2017 On the Mainland, a Duty to Help Puerto Rico – New York Times, October 29, 2017 Former Priest Says Revered Colleague Was a Predator – New York Times, October 29, 2017 One-third of all New York schools have no Latino or…

News – September 2017

East Harlem News

New York’s Response to Puerto Rico Devastation: ‘It’s Personal for Us – New York Times, September 29, 2017 Puerto Rico supply failure stops food and water reaching desperate residents – The Guardian, September 29, 2017 Is ‘Housing Not Warehousing’ Next? – City Limits, September 29, 2017 NYC To Pay Year Of Rent For Some Homeless Families…

News – August 2017

East Harlem News

NYC Planning Commission: 100 percent real-estate industry – Liberation News, August 31, 2017 8th District City Council seat – News 12, August 31, 2017 East Harlem residents say, ‘Remove the racist Sims’ statue!’ – Workers World, August 31, 2017 Union Settlement Announces Launch Of East Harlem 360° – Harlem World, August 31, 2017 Man Passes…

News – July 2017

East Harlem News

2nd Ave. Subway Lures Foreign Investors, Especially Chinese, to Yorkville – DNAinfo, July 31, 2017 The 8th Council District: A River Runs Through It – City Limits, July 31, 2017 Harlem Man Identified as Victim in Charter Bus Crash – DNAinfo, July 31, 2017 The taking of Gotham 123: The subways have been hijacked by…

East Harlem Community Members Emphatically Reject Rezoning Plan

East Harlem community members emphatically reject rezoning plan

By Karla Reyes Jun 21, 2017 East Harlem community members and activists stormed the stage four hours into Manhattan Community Board 11’s meeting last night discussing a major rezoning proposal. Instead of a straight “no” vote, the board voted against rezoning on the condition that certain stipulations be met such as increasing the “affordable” housing…