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Some Council members say the city needs to crack down on illegal street vending, especially at high-tourism sites like the Met Museum, where carts have proliferated recently. But some of the vendors say the effort is misguided.
As expected, the City Council unanimously passed a bill on Wednesday afternoon to license and regulate pedicabs, seven weeks after one of the vehicles collided with a yellow taxicab at the foot of the Williamsburg Bridge.
Developers and property owners may now have one more reason to curse the year 2009: the Landmarks Preservation Commission is on the verge of calendaring an expansion of the Upper East Side Historic District for several blocks across Lexington Avenue, the most critical step toward landmarking the new area.