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De Blasio's Hundred Days, Then and Now
  

Apr 09, 2014

Bill de Blasio during his 2010 public advocate inaugural address (Hiroko Masuike/Getty Images) "The next phase of New York City's growth and its greatness will be meeting the rising tide of

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City Council Member Item Process Continues
  

Apr 09, 2014

New York City Council members (William Alatriste) Reform or no reform, this year's discretionary funding process continues to move along in the New York City Council. Discretionary funding forms are due back

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100 Days of De Blasio (Public Statements)
  

Apr 08, 2014

A visual representation of the 50 words appearing most often in a large sampling of statements, speeches, and press releases from Mayor Bill de Blasio during his first 100 days

New York Launches I-STOP To Curb Overdose Deaths
  

Apr 08, 2014

Avi and Julie Israel, front, lost their son and became parent advocates for I-STOP (nysenate.gov) Avi Israel remembers everything about the day his 20-year-old son, Michael, killed himself three years ago;

Charter Oversight Hearing Postponed
  

Apr 04, 2014

Council Member Danny Dromm (center) (William Alatriste) The City Council education committee oversight hearing scheduled to look into Success Academy C.E.O. Eva Moskowitz twice closing her schools for political rallies has

From Pre-K Tunnel Vision to Vision Zero
  

Apr 02, 2014

Mayor de Blasio announces his Vision Zero plan (nyc.gov) Leading up to the state budget agreement reached in Albany on March 31, Mayor Bill de Blasio had only one legislative goal: