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Make Girls & Boys High School a Community School

Oct 24, 2014

Bernard Gassaway, left, talks about his resignation with Errol Louis (photo: @InsideCityHall) The latest indictment of the Department of Education's management of failing schools was personified last week by Bernard Gassaway,

 

Board of Correction Urgently Needs Reform

Oct 23, 2014

Public Advocate James listens to testimony from DOC Commissioner Ponte (photo: William Alatriste) New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer issued the latest in a series of reports on mismanagement at Rikers

 

Small Business Service Needs: Filling the Gaps

Oct 16, 2014

The New York Fed's Small Business Credit Survey (image via @NYFed_News) Small businesses are critical to the jobs recovery. They employ half of private sector workers and have generated roughly two-thirds

 

City Must Act to Close MTA Funding Gap

Oct 15, 2014

(photo: @MTA) Last month, the MTA submitted its five year capital budget. The $32 billion plan would provide critical funding for the replacement of subway cars and buses, the modernization of

 

Staten Island WBE Grows Despite Geographic Challenges

Oct 10, 2014

Ford Wadsworth, Staten Island (photo: National Park Service) The following entry is part of The Small Business Corner, a collaboration between Gotham Gazette and GoBizNYC: GoBizNYC recently spoke with Ryan Walsh, President of Walsh

 

Bill Bratton, Robert Peel, and Today's Police

Sep 25, 2014

NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton speaking at a Manhattan Institute event  New York City Police Commissioner William Bratton often refers in public to his hero, Sir Robert Peel, a 19th century Englishman

 

Jury Still Out On De Blasio Era Protest

Sep 24, 2014

Protestors and NYPD during 'Flood Wall Street' (photo: Azi Paybarah) The de Blasio administration's handling of the People's Climate March and Flood Wall Street protests has been widely praised by many