Postcards a 9/11 memorial, St. George Esplanade, Staten Island, includes two white marble wing sculptures which represent large postcards to loved ones; each stands 30 feet (9 m) high 9/11…

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East Shore Local Development Corporation Formed to Revitalize Area Hard Hit by Superstorm Sandy  Staten Island Assemblywoman Nicole Maliotakis stood at the podium remembering a time, pre-Hurricane Sandy, when the…

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New Yorkers can check out the DOE’s official 2018–19 NYC School Calendar NYC Public School Calendar 2018-2019 Starting today, New Yorkers can check out the DOE’s official 2018–19 NYC School Calendar and…

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MOTORISTS & PARKING Street Parking Rates Street Parking Rates PARK Smart Rates ParkNYC Metered Parking Rates Parking rates vary across the five boroughs and are reflective of neighborhood parking conditions…

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Backpack Drive at Staten Island  Borough Hall Collected school supplies to be donated to families in need through Atlas Foundation   Staten Island, NY – Borough President James Oddo is pleased…

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Looking for Work? | The New York Public Library Can Help Looking for Work? Job Search ResourcesLet the Library guide your search for employment with everything from resume help to…

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On the first three Saturdays in August between the hours of 7 am and 1 pm, nearly seven miles of New York City’s streets are open to the public to…

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This August, The MTA is launching redesigned express bus service on Staten Island. Last updated: 06/20/2018   This August, The MTA is launching redesigned express bus service on Staten Island.…

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Fourth of July 2018 Holiday Information New York City All government offices, including the Department of Motor Vehicles (DMV) and courts, are closed on Wednesday, July 4th for Independence Day.…

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