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NEW YORK CITY-The City Council on Tuesday approved the rezoning of the Astoria section of Queens, a 238-block swath that hadn’t been rezoned comprehensively in nearly half a century. The downzoning was intended to put a cap on the height of residential projects in the area, which has seen its share of out-of-scale apartment buildings in recent years.

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