Participants said they were symbolically dying on 91st Street and York because they believe the marine transfer station under construction there could kill them.
“This incident should never have happened,” the Department of Sanitation and Department of Design and Construction said in a joint statement.
The incident occurred around 9:20 a.m. Wednesday at Asphalt Green on York Avenue at 91st Street.
Is a 7-year-old girl a pawn in the fight over a waste transfer station on the Upper East Side?
Angry demonstrators took to the streets Wednesday demanding a halt to the city’s plans to remove a row of 30-year-old pear trees to build a controversial garbage dump.
Spinning classes continue to be one of the hottest fitness trends in the country, with new studios and gyms opening all the time. For the uninitiated, spinning classes are group workouts on stationary exercise bikes in which participants go through a series of phases, from warm-ups to more intense levels and back to cool-downs, all set to energetic music and typically led by a dynamic, motivational instructor. These classes are now available all over the city but these are New York’s best.
They have fought back with lawsuits, and City Council Speaker Christine Quinn recently received an earful from local residents during a heated confrontation.