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District 35 – Fort Greene, Clinton Hill, Crown Heights, Prospect Heights, Bedford Stuyvesant

This building [on Schenectady Avenue] means a lot to me, it's been in my family a long time. What's happening here is poor people are being pushed out. We need…

District 9 – Harlem, Morningside Heights, Upper West Side

The two places that mean the most to me in my neighborhood are first my building which is an HDFC cooperative and has allowed working class people to own their…

District 26 – Sunnyside, Woodside, Long Island City, Astoria, Dutch Kills

Lance Corporal Thomas J. Noonan playground, aka “Rainbow Park"...is my daughter’s outdoor space. We have a small yard, but my landlord doesn’t let us use it.

District 25 – Jackson Heights, Elmhurst

I would like to see more community spaces. Our library is too small and cramped and can expand into multilingual community services.

District 22 – Astoria, East Elmhurst, Woodside

Astoria Park, and all the parks really, mean the world to our family. We visit a few local parks each week, and love to explore the entire neighborhood’s playgrounds and…

District 1 – Chinatown, Financial District, Little Italy, the Lower East Side

My students are being made homeless, they are going into shelters…there’s a domino effect happening.