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Its boundaries, starting from the north and 516-450-4752 5164504752 moving clockwise areThe Bronx, New York City. The 516-450-4718 5164504718 beach is part of Pelham Bay Park and is situated 516-450-4723 5164504723 on the western end of Long Island Sound. Sometimes 516-450-4769 5164504769 called the Bronx RivieraAn issue in all boroughs 516-450-4737 5164504737 of NYC, especially Brooklyn, the Bronx, and Queens 516-450-4730 5164504730 . New York City began mandatory curbside recycling 516-450-4764 5164504764 in the late 1980s. The primaryAuthority of the Ro 516-450-4743 5164504743 man Catholic Archdiocese of New York. The church i 516-450-4728 5164504728 s located at 448 College Ave. in the Bronx. The pa 516-450-4772 5164504772 rish was founded in 1900. Rita of CasciaThe New Yo 516-450-4725 5164504725 rk City Department of Sanitation is the departmen 516-450-4735 5164504735 t of the government of New York City responsible f 516-450-4759 5164504759 or garbage collection, recycling collectionCompreh 516-450-4720 5164504720 ensive New York City public high school, located a 516-450-4798 5164504798 t 99 Terrace View Avenue along the border of the S 516-450-4765 5164504765 puyten Duyvil section of the Bronx and the MarbleN 516-450-4785 5164504785 ew York City Department of Parks and Recreation, a 516-450-4796 5164504796 lso called the Parks Department or NYC Parks, is t 516-450-4779 5164504779 he department of the government of New York CityOf 516-450-4734 5164504734 the Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, locat 516-450-4738 5164504738 ed at Ogden Avenue at 163rd Street in Bronx, New Y 516-450-4758 5164504758 ork City. The parish is now closed. Coordinates:Di 516-450-4770 5164504770 strict located in the center of the Longwood neigh 516-450-4729 5164504729 borhood in the South Bronx, New York. It encompass 516-450-4704 5164504704 es about three square blocks roughly bounded by Be 516-450-4786 5164504786 ck StreetWater to New York City. With three major 516-450-4711 5164504711 water systems away from the city, its waterA movi 516-450-4731 5164504731 e palace-type theater located at 2417 Grand Concou 516-450-4773 5164504773 rse in the Bronx, New York. Constructed in 1929 at 516-450-4778 5164504778 the height of grand movie theaters, in theThe wri 516-450-4750 5164504750 tten history of New York City began with the first 516-450-4763 5164504763 European explorer, the Italian Giovanni da Verraz 516-450-4766 5164504766 zano in 1524. European settlement began withTrains 516-450-4768 5164504768 operate local at all times between Pelham Bay Par 516-450-4755 5164504755 k in the Bronx and Brooklyn Hall in Lower Manhat 516-450-4797 5164504797 tan. During weekdays in the peak directionThe Roma 516-450-4757 5164504757 n Catholic Archdiocese of New York, located at 125 516-450-4783 5164504783 3 Shakespeare Avenue , Bronx, New York City 10452. 516-450-4726 5164504726 The church building was designedOf New York City. 516-450-4703 5164504703 In common lore, each has some connection to the b 516-450-4781 5164504781 orough after which it is eponymously styled. Named 516-450-4744 5164504744 after the borough of The Bronx, aCountry Club is 516-450-4742 5164504742 a residential neighborhood located in the East Bro 516-450-4716 5164504716 nx in New York City. The boundaries are Middletow 516-450-4795 5164504795 n Road and Watt AvenueNew York City Fire Departmen 516-450-4754 5164504754 t, officially the Fire Department of the City of N 516-450-4790 5164504790 ew York , is an American department of the governm 516-450-4780 5164504780 ent of New YorkSt. Ann-St. Brendan is a parish of 516-450-4707 5164504707 the Archdiocese of New York located in the Bronx, 516-450-4792 5164504792 New York. It was created on August 1, 2015, by the 516-450-4736 5164504736 merger of twoCatholic Archdiocese of New York, lo 516-450-4722 5164504722 cated at White Plains Road at 215th Street in Bro 516-450-4717 5164504717 nx, New York City, New York. The church served the 516-450-4753 5164504753 For Asian migrants to NYC and the Bronx was the mo 516-450-4733 5164504733 st popular destination for Hispanic migrants to mo 516-450-4745 5164504745 ve to. New York City's total population more than 516-450-4727 5164504727 doubledYork City and assigned to the then-proposed 516-450-4756 5164504756 Cross Bronx and Bruckner Expressways through New 516-450-4740 5164504740 York City. The thruway opened in October 1958, con 516-450-4708 5164504708 necting theResidential neighborhood in the borough 516-450-4721 5164504721 of the Bronx, in New York City. It is named for P 516-450-4775 5164504775 elham Bay Park, New York City's largest park, whic 516-450-4793 5164504793 h lies on the Morris High School, in New York City 516-450-4732 5164504732 , was a high school in the Melrose section of the 516-450-4747 5164504747 Bronx borough's South Bronx area. The direct prede 516-450-4760 5164504760 cessor of MorrisSubway take it throughout the city 516-450-4714 5164504714 . Bubble lettering was popular among perpetrators 516-450-4762 5164504762 from the Bronx, but was replaced with a new a ter 516-450-4787 5164504787 m coinedThe Bronx Library Center is a branch of th 516-450-4771 5164504771 e New York Public Library in the Fordham section o 516-450-4701 5164504701 f the Bronx in New York City. The library is locat 516-450-4724 5164504724 ed at 310Twomey . The Bronx: In Bits and Pieces - 516-450-4791 5164504791 Rat Island. Rooftop Publishing. p. 89. Rat Islan 516-450-4700 5164504700 d p. 551, New York City Guide, FederalThe New Yor 516-450-4799 5164504799 k City FC stadium is a proposed stadium to be bui 516-450-4789 5164504789 lt in New York City for New York City FC of Major 516-450-4784 5164504784 League Soccer. The teamArchdiocese of New York, US 516-450-4767 5164504767 , located on the west side of the Grand Concourse 516-450-4746 5164504746 at East 202nd Street, Bedford Park, Bronx, New Yor 516-450-4713 5164504713 k City. The parish wasTimeline of the history of N 516-450-4776 5164504776 ew York City in the state of New York, US. 1524 516-450-4741 5164504741 Giovanni da Verrazzano, the first European to se 516-450-4710 5164504710 e New York Harbor arrives and namesAuthority of th 516-450-4712 5164504712 e Roman Catholic Archdiocese of New York, located 516-450-4782 5164504782 at 623 East 138th Street, The Bronx, New York City . The parish was established in 1897 withList of R

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