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Some city councilmembers spent the start of their week discussing ways to stop the spark.
The Committee on Fire and Emergency Management held a hearing on five pieces of legislation related to management and sale of lithium ion batteries for e-mobility devices on Monday.
- Armed robbers hit throughout Queens
- New high school proposed for College Point
- Hand recount puts Pheffer Amato ahead as court rules in her favor
- A second chance for fair chance bill
- Citi Bike installation on pause for input
- MS 72 PTA, admin oppose co-location
- Fire victim dies in cluttered apartment
- Traffic stop leads to rescue of 8 dogs
- CB 9 calls for QPL audit, investigation
- Council bill seeks QueensLink study