NYC Files Amicus Brief To Defend Labor Unions Right To Collect Fees From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Corporation Counsel Zachary W. Carter today announced that the City of New York has filed an amicus brief with the U.S. Supreme Court in Janus v. American Federation of State, County, and Municipal Employees, Council 31, et al., to defend a legal right that labor unions view as crucial to their success and survival. Continue Reading →

Neighborhood Grant Deadline Approaching From Citizens Committee For New York City

Did you know that the Citizens Committee for New York City awards Neighborhood Grants of up to $3,000 to resident-led groups to work on community and school projects throughout the city? Continue Reading →

Health Department Launches Help Me Quit App To Help New Yorkers Quit Smoking

The Health Department today launched the NYC HelpMeQuit app, a free tool to help New Yorkers quit smoking from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Mayor Bill de Blasio Signs Legislation To Help Limit Construction Noise From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio today signed legislation into law, authored by Council Member Ben Kallos in collaboration with DEP, aimed at reducing overnight and weekend construction noise and making New York City more livable from Harlem To Hollis. Continue Reading →

Chancellor Fariña Announces 33 New Pre-K Dual Language Programs From Harlem To Hollis

Schools Chancellor Carmen Fariña today announced the launch of 33 new pre-K Dual Language programs across the City this fall, more than doubling the number of existing programs from 30 to 63.

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NYC Financed Record Number Of Affordable Homes In 2017, And A Pot Tax Could Fund The Future

As we look at the future of affordable housing from Harlem to Hollis, we may consider the Forbes projected $240 million and $1.4 billion of medical marijuana tax dollars per year to pay some of the cost of the housing (these numbers do not include legalized recreational marijuana taxes). Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Others Announce First In The Nation Divest From Fossil Fuel

Mayor Bill de Blasio, Comptroller Scott M. Stringer and other trustees of the City’s $189 Billion pension funds today announced a goal to divest City funds from fossil fuel reserve owners within five years, which would make New York City the first major US pension plan to do so. Continue Reading →

The Data Shows That School Segregation From Harlem To Hollis Still Exist

While explicitly racist segregation of American schools has been outlawed, education across the country is still largely divided along racial lines. Continue Reading →

Department Of Buildings Tips For Property Owners During Ice Conditions From Harlem To Hollis

During melting snow and ice conditions, the Department is reminding all builders, contractors, and property owners to secure their properties from hazardous conditions. Continue Reading →

Arctic Chill From Harlem To Hollis Prompts Nearly 6,000 Heat Complaints

NY Curbed reports that the city has been hammered heat complaints from tenants across from Harlem to Hollis the as the arctic chill continues to bring freezing temperatures across the Northeast. Continue Reading →

Brewer Invites New Yorkers From Harlem To Hollis To Join Sustainability Board

The Manhattan Borough President’s office is accepting applications from Harlem to Hollis for membership on the Manhattan Solid Waste Advisory Board (SWAB) until 5:00 pm on Friday, Feb. 9, 2018. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Announces New Tech Competition To Accelerate Local Climate Action From Harlem To Hollis

Today Mayor Bill de Blasio, Miguel Gamiño, Jr., New York City Chief Technology Officer, Mark Chambers, Director of the New York City Mayor’s Office of Sustainability and Polly Trottenberg, Commissioner of the Department of Transportation announced a new NYCx moonshot challenge. Continue Reading →

Upper West Side Strategies Selected New Operator Of LifeSci NYC Internship Program

New York City Economic Development Corporation (NYCEDC) today announced the selection of Upper West Strategies (UWS), a NYC-based consulting firm that focuses on government and mission-driven clients, to develop and manage the LifeSci NYC internship program. Continue Reading →

Student Loan Outcomes Vary From Harlem To Hollis Yet Higher Among Older Borrowers And Low Incomes Areas

The NYC Department of Consumer Affairs (DCA) Office of Financial Empowerment (OFE) and the Federal Reserve Bank of New York today announced the findings of Student Loan Borrowing Across NYC Neighborhoods (the Report), the first neighborhood-level examination of student loan outcomes. Continue Reading →

“Art In The Parks Active Open Space” Program Creates Eight New Public Art From Harlem To Hollis

The Health Department, in partnership with NYC Parks, today announced the installation of eight new public artworks in parks in the South Bronx, East Harlem and Central Brooklyn. Continue Reading →