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NYC Will Be First City to Mandate that Existing Buildings Dramatically Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions

NYC Will Be First City to Mandate that Existing Buildings Dramatically Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions

SEP 14, 2017-Mayor de Blasio: NYC Will Be First City to Mandate that Existing Buildings Dramatically Cut Greenhouse Gas Emissions READ MORE

Mayor de Blasio Launches NYC Ferry Service Connecting Astoria, Roosevelt Island, LIC and Manhattan

Mayor de Blasio Launches NYC Ferry Service Connecting Astoria, Roosevelt Island, LIC and Manhattan

AUG 29, 2017-Inaugural trip departs from Astoria at 6:30 a.m.; NYC Ferry has served over 1.5 million riders since boats first launched May 1 READ MORE

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