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Consumer Affairs Commissioner Explains City’s New Approach To Small Businesses

Department of Consumer Affairs Commissioner Julie Menin spoke to a packed gymnasium at Brighton Beach's Shorefront Y on Wednesday evening, where she outlined the...

Sheepshead Bay’s NYCHA Tenants Say They’re Begging For Heat

Tenants of the Sheepshead Bay's Nostrand Houses (2955 Avenue W) say their landlord, the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), has failed to deliver...

Bucking Citywide Trend, Sheepshead Bay-Area Traffic Tickets Stay Steady

The New York Police Department has been busy this year. In February, the number of tickets issued across the city for traffic violations have...

New Interactive Map Shows Area Grocery Store Violations

The New York World recently used data collected from the New York State Department of Agriculture and Markets‘ survey of every grocery store in the state...

Legislative Package Reforming Restaurant Inspection System Passes City Council

City Councilman Vincent Gentile has announced that the City Council has given its seal of approval to a legislative package reforming the city's restaurant...

City Agency Confirms Small Business Fines A Revenue Ploy

The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) has admitted to hiring extra staff to dole out more fines on small businesses to make up for...

City Agency Confirms Small Business Fines A Revenue Ploy

The Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) has admitted to hiring extra staff to dole out more fines on small businesses to make up for...

Gentile Targets Department Of Consumer Affairs Secret Quota System

Councilman Vincent Gentile is setting his sights on the Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA), looking to protect small businesses from the alleged secret quota...

Bullet Points: CB15 Denies Plan To Expand Marine Park Shul Shunned...

Shul Shunned: A local synagogue located on a residential block was denied the support of Community Board 15 last night, as neighbors lined up during...

Report: City Has Secret Quota System For Small Business Fines

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs has secretly ordered agents to dole out a minimum number of fines to small businesses, while...

Report: City Has Secret Quota System For Small Business Fines

The New York City Department of Consumer Affairs has secretly ordered agents to dole out a minimum number of fines to small businesses, while...

Now You See It…Now You Don’t. Kahawa Cafe Closed Again

Things are looking a bit shaky at Kahawa Cafe (5th Avenue and 15th Street). The coffee shop, which quietly reopened on April 4 (just...

UPDATE: Recycling Pickup Resumes Sunday

Get those bottles out on the curb, because recycling pickup resumes on Sunday. From the Department of Sanitation: The New York City Department of Sanitation...

“Heat Season” Know-How For Tenants And Landlords

October marks the beginning of "heat season," wherein landlords are legally mandated to turn the heat on for renters. As stipulated by the Department of...

Councilman Greenfield Squashes Rumors Of Camera Enforcement Of Bus Stop Parking...

The following is a press release from the offices of City Councilman David Greenfield: In response to rumors circulating the community, Councilman David G. Greenfield...