Author: harlemcondolife

NY Adopts Strict Standard For Likely Carcinogen In Drinking Water

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New York adopted strict new thresholds for 1,4-dioxane, PFOA and PFOS, which have been detected in drinking water nationwide.

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These NYPD Precincts Top Their Borough’s Confirmed Cop Complaints

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A new database shows 8,301 substantiated complaints of misconduct by NYPD officers — and these five precincts had the most in their borough.

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You’re invited: Let’s Talk Real Estate: Which Home Style Fits Your Lifestyle?

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Save the date for August 4th! (The views expressed in this post are the author’s own.)

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5 New Homes For Sale In The Harlem Area

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Here are the newest homes on the market in the Harlem area.

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Don’t Open Unsolicited Seeds From China, NY Officials Warn

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Residents have received packages of seeds they didn’t request; officials say they could be invasive, introduce diseases or harm animals.

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NYC Home Prices Remain High Despite Coronavirus Sales Dip: Study

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A new study found typical home sales prices topped $1 million in 37 ZIP codes during the coronavirus pandemic.

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NYC Public School Families: Check Mail For $420 Food Benefit

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Many low-income families already received the benefit, but others in NYC will receive them in August regardless of their income.

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New Yorkers Get Extra Week To Apply For Rent Assistance

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Applications for the state’s COVID Rent Relief — which provides up to four months of missed rent from April through July — is now Aug. 6.

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NYC Adds Outdoor Dining To 15 More Open Streets

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The new streets, mostly in Manhattan, will be car-free weekends starting Friday to give hungry New Yorkers space to chow down.

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