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The City Council took the biggest leap yet in ensuring the Bronx’s long-vacant Kingsbridge Armory development into an ice-skating rink complex, approving the project and closing out the largest hurdle
Lobbyists who have not registered with the city since December 2006 will have a year-long amnesty from financial penalties under a Council law passed on Tuesday.
The goal of the amnesty
The City Council has approved a law, named in memory of a 4-year-old girl struck and killed by an SUV fleeing from police, that will require more detailed reporting of
Imagine for a moment that you’ve got a minute of Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio's time. What should be his top priorities as the next mayor?
Hizzoner will face a raft of
City comptroller John Liu sees major upside to legalizing, regulating and taxing marijuana in New York City--an upside to the tune of $400 million annually which he says could be
It has been a roller coaster ride for a number of good government groups that support public financing of campaigns since The Moreland Commisison To Investigate Public Corruption released its
NEW YORK — Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio, who charged to a win at the polls largely with his promise to reform stop-and-frisk, welcomed back the man often considered the architect
Members of the Moreland Commission To Investigate Public Corruption have made conflicting statements this week about whether the panel seriously investigated anyone other than the Legislature — like, you know,
Mayor-elect Bill de Blasio has tapped a veteran of the Koch administration to serve as his second-in-command, charged with overseeing the “day-to-day operations of government.”
At a packed news conference near
Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s Moreland Commission on Public Corruption wants New York State to join the city in having public campaign financing—or at least most of the Moreland commissioners do.