The Tuesday meeting was set to discuss the council's second resolution on police reform, which was released on Monday. Tensions on the five-member council emerged at the end when Commissioner of Accounts John Franck said he agreed with the speakers, not city officials who have approached reform cautiously. He said the city should fully adopt all 50 recommendations from the city police reform task force when the council reconvenes for a vote on March 31 because, he said, "it's pretty clear people want this. That angered Mayor Meg Kelly who told Franck "let's try to be a team player. You are on your own team.
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Sign up for our PoliticsNY newsletter for the latest coverage and to stay informed about the elections in your district and across NYC. Roughly 55, New York City high school students enrolled in blended learning will start returning to physical classrooms beginning March 22 with schools scheduled to reopen for about 17, teachers and staffers on the 18th, the Department of Education announced Monday. COVID testing at reopening high schools will follow guidelines at middle schools, where 20 percent of all children and adults will be randomly tested for the virus every week. Although the mayor and departing Schools Chancellor Richard Carranza said they planned to bring back older students shortly after the new year, the status of middle and high schools remained unclear until last month with middle school students enrolled in blended learning got the go-ahead to return to in-person classes beginning Feb. Instead, students will have the option of returning to schools for in-person five-days a week or take their classes fully online. Officials on Monday also announced all public school athletes enrolled in blended and remote learning will be allowed to return to practices in early April. Sports competitions will resume in May and will follow an extended schedule throughout until August, to make up for lost time the spring season.
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By Snejana Farberov For Dailymail. At least 54 restaurants and bars have permanently closed their doors in Manhattan's East Village since the beginning of the coronavirus pandemic, making it the neighborhood hardest hit by the lockdown and business restrictions. According to the New York-based restaurant recommendation site The Infatuation , which has been tracking closures since March , the number of dining and drinking establishments that have been shuttered in the East Village is more than double than in the West Village, which was second hardest hit neighborhood in the city with 21 closures.