Author: harlemcondolife

More Than 100 Harlem Apartments Offered Through Lotteries

Apartments at two new Harlem developments are being offered at below-market rates for low- and middle-income residents.

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More Than 190K New Yorkers File For Unemployment

More than 41 million people nationwide have filed for unemployment, U.S. Department of Labor data show.

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Stop-And-Frisk Lawyers Cry Foul On Social Distancing Policing

“The NYPD’s approach to social-distancing enforcement is stop and frisk 2.0,” said an attorney in a landmark stop-and-frisk case.

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NYC Needs ‘Office Of Sports’ To Help Keep NYers Healthy, Pol Says

CM Ydanis Rodriguez says bringing sports to low-income NYers could help prevent health problems that put them more at risk for coronavirus.

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Chris Rock, Rosie Perez Spread Word On Coronavirus Tests, Masks

The two Brooklynites joined Gov. Andrew Cuomo on a campaign encouraging people to get coronavirus tests and wear face coverings.

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No Coronavirus Mask, No Service, Governor Cuomo Says

Gov. Andrew Cuomo will sign an executive order allowing business owners to deny service to customers without facial coverings.

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NYC Is ‘$9 Billion In The Hole,’ Mayor De Blasio Says

New York City faces a $9 billion budget just weeks before it must pass its budget, Mayor Bill de Blasio said Wednesday.

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Restore Parolees’ Voting Rights After Coronavirus Risk: Lawmakers

It’s only fair that parolees get a chance to vote after facing increased coronavirus risk behind bars, two lawmakers argued in an op-ed.

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Allergy Sufferers Hit By High Pollen Count In NYC

Perhaps staying at home has an upside as NYC’s pollen count rises.

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