The City of New York can ensure that NYC remains a place that people want to build families, start businesses, and create new ideas by investing in high quality public education from pre-K to university, universal child care, robust public transit, and affordable housing
The Comptroller’s office estimates that under the Clean Slate Act, over half a million New York City residents would be eligible to have their criminal history automatically sealed, nearly 80 percent of whom are Black or Latinx.
Since the Free Academy in Manhattan received its state charter 176 years ago this month, the City University of New York (CUNY) has been a beacon of accessible higher education and an engine of economic opportunity and upward mobility for generations of working class and low-income New Yorkers.
The DOE budget provides funding for a vast array of services to children in preschool to 12th grade that include classroom instruction, special education, charter schools, bilingual instruction, as well as a multitude of education support services.
This analysis of business improvement districts (BIDs) identified four financial matters, which potentially point to increased financial risks and may decrease the availability of services to districts.
The objective of this audit was to determine whether DCAS complied with Local Law 45 reporting requirements, which required reporting on electricity and fossil fuel usage, real-time metering, and assessments of and improvements made to the envelopes of covered facilities.