Six Achievable Goals For NYC In 2007
January 9th, 2007

An editorial in the New York Times lays out what it calls achievable goals for the city officials this year:
1. Improving the local campaign finance law, especially the loophole that allows candidates without real competition to collect public funds for campaigns
2. Reducing traffic congestion, including by giving serious thought to congestion pricing.
3. Making the police more responsive to civilian concerns
4. Applying the surplus toward future obligations (not reducing property taxes and unnecessary spending)
5. Winning Albanys approval of a city law that forces developers to build more affordable housing.
6. Providing food stamps to more of those who are eligible.

By on January 9, 2007, 7:49 am
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