Nothing is more important to Congresswoman Carolyn Maloney than the quality of life in her district. She is proud of the work she has done to improve infrastructure, preserve historic neighborhoods, fight for better zoning and create schools in her district. Whether working to create an academically rigorous public high school on the Upper East Side, seeking to restore the crumbling Queens seawall or fighting for a full build Second Avenue Subway, her first priority has always been to make her district a better place to live.
- 10021 Zip Code Split
- 2nd Avenue Subway
- 50th Street Facility
- 63rd St Tunnel Connector
- Bushwick Inlet Park
- Cell Phone Towers
- Con Edison Steampipe Explosion
- Development in Western Queens
- East Side Access
- Fashion Report
- Hurricane Sandy
- Islamic Community Center in Lower Manhattan
- Long Island City Links
- Manhattan VA Hospital
- Marine Transfer Station
- Newtown Creek
- Queens Blackout
- Queens Flooding
- Queens Plaza Roadway
- Queens Seawall
- Robert Moses Park
- Roosevelt Island
- Sale of Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village
- Shop Second Avenue
- The Inauguration of President Obama
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NEW YORK, NY – Today, Congresswoman Carolyn B. Maloney (NY-12) joined elected officials, community leaders, and representatives from local community gardens to call for passage of H.R.4197 - the Revitalizing Cities Through Parks Enhancement (RECIPE) Act. This landmark legislation would establish a $10 million grant program to help non-profit groups create small community gardens and parks.
From tackling local issues to fighting for all Americans at the federal level, I am committed to working #ForThePeople and this week I had the opportunity to meet and work with many of you in our fight to make our city and our country safer, cleaner, and more equitable for all.
Advocating to #EndGunViolence
The new supportive housing facility on East 91st Street will house 17 families. (Courtesy City Councilmember Ben Kallos)
UPPER EAST SIDE, NY —A supportive housing facility that will house 17 formerly homeless families on the Upper East Side opened Tuesday and residents are expected to move in during the fall.
Rep. Carolyn Maloney said she has received many calls about the sanitation trucks parked on East 10th Street between First and Second avenues. Photo Credit: Charles Eckert