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Extra Pre-Passover Trash Pick-Ups Scheduled For CB 12 & CB 14

Councilman David G. Greenfield, Community Boards 12 and 14, and the Sanitation Department have collaborated to create a more robust garbage collection schedule in...

Drop-Off Event This Sunday & Other Great Spring Cleaning Options

Spring is here! That means Spring Cleaning, which entails all of us trying to dispose of a wide assortment of items that should not...

The Questions We Didn’t Get To Ask At The Mayor’s Bay...

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Wh5Xw4xttZM When we heard Mayor Bill de Blasio was headed to Bay Ridge for a town hall Tuesday evening, his first appearance in southern Brooklyn since taking office in...

As Debate Rages Over Snowed In Curbs, We Ponder Solutions

In the wake of Saturday's historic blizzard, pedestrians in the greater Flatbush area are suffering through what critics say is a real gap in...

Job Alert: Snow Shovelers Wanted By DSNY – $13.50/Hour

Calling all able-bodied men and women: As the cleanup from this weekend’s blizzard continues, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Sanitation Commissioner Kathryn Garcia put out a call today...

Department Of Sanitation Tests Clothing Recycling Program In District 11

Here's the deal with that packet of pink bags from the Department of Sanitation. Each year, New Yorkers throw away more than 200,000 tons of clothing...

How To Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Now that we're back to the daily grind following the holidays, it's also time to consider how to grind up that Christmas tree. The...

How To Recycle Your Christmas Tree

Now that we're back to the daily grind following the holidays, it's also time to consider how to grind up that Christmas tree. The...

Ban On Trashing TVs, Computers & More Starts In 2015

Beginning in 2015, New York will ban curbside disposal of certain electronic equipment, including computers, televisions, video game consoles, iPods, and more. Part of the New...

Ban On Trashing TVs, Computers & More Starts In 2015

Beginning in 2015, New York will ban curbside disposal of certain electronic equipment, including computers, televisions, video game consoles, iPods, and more. Part of the New...