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This Tesla is one of a number of electric cars coming on the market.
Imagine it is 2013 in New York City. Many things in your life haven't changed since 2010
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Dumping in any New York City waterway is about to cost more than environmental quality.
It's going to cost money.
The City Council unanimously approved legislation Wednesday that creates
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Teens living above an East Village woman laughed at her when she asked them to stop running and jumping all night while her family tried to sleep. An
Boats on Lake Ohrbach
On a freezing Saturday in January, six troops of Boy Scouts camped out in cabins next to a silvery lake forming a skin of ice, surrounded
In 2008, New York City enacted a pioneering electronics waste law, becoming the first city in the nation to do so. But the law never went into effect
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This story was done through a partnership between The Huffington Post's Eyes and Ears citizen journalism program and Gotham Gazette. Gotham Gazette reporter Courtney Gross wrote the piece
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In the short term, New York City’s budget prospects for fiscal year 2011 are much brighter than they seemed last summer. A review of recent reports from
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The City Council took aim at the city's largest polluter Wednesday by requiring property owners
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The City Council took aim at the city's largest polluter Wednesday by requiring property owners audit energy usage and make maintenance overhauls to cut back on carbon
This is one in a series, to run between now and Election Day, examining Mayor Michael Bloomberg's record in key areas. For more on the mayor's eight years see: