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Published on The Huffington Post Coauthored by Corey Johnson and Helen Rosenthal At its best, New York City is a place where people from all walks of life live together and interact with each other. But a new residential tower rising on Manhattan's west side tears at that tradition: the...

A bill by Senator Lanza and Assembly Member Rozic will lower the minimum age of appointment to a New York City Community Board from eighteen-years-old to sixteen-years-old. Governor Cuomo signed the legislation into law and it is effective immediately. In response, Council Member Mark Levine said: 

TESTIMONY OF COUNCIL MEMBER MARK LEVINE REGARDING THE NYCHA DRAFT FY2015 ANNUAL AND FIVE-YEAR PLAN July 24, 2014 My name is Mark Levine and I represent the 7th City Council district, a diverse community comprised of West Harlem, Morningside Heights, Washington Heights, and part of the Upper West Side. Within...

Council Member Levine is seeking individuals or organizations in District 7 whose outstanding achievements or service to others deserve to be commended. Fill out this short form on our website to tell us more about this person and the exemplary work they’ve done to improve their neighborhood or our city....

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