Mayor de Blasio appeared live on Inside City Hall, discussing recent events in his administration. The interview discusses the package of bills that the Mayor must decide upon, with topics ranging from the segregation of schools in NYC and paid parental leave.
The 2021 Disparity Report analyzes city-wide trends in racial disparities for youth and young adults in New York City across 28 indicators. The report finds that while disparities persist in four sectors (education, economic security, health and justice), outcomes have improved significantly.
José A. Pagán shall succeed to the powers and duties of the “Health Services Administrator” under section 7384 of the Unconsolidated Laws (Chapter 1016 of the Laws of 1969) and shall act on behalf of the City of New York...
Mayor’s Office of Sustainability with support from the Department of Education announced that to begin Climate Week in the City they'd be launching BRING IT, a multi-channel campaign focused on helping students, and by extension their family and friends, reduce waste through advocacy and action.
First Lady Chirlane McCray and Acting Health Commissioner Dr. Oxiris Barbot announced that 75,000 New Yorkers had been trained in Mental Health First Aid as part of the City’s goal to train 250,000 New Yorkers by 2021.
Mayor de Blasio and City Council Speaker Corey Johnson announced that the Waterfront Management Advisory Board held its first meeting and formally launched the start of the planning process for the next Comprehensive Waterfront Plan.
Mayor de Blasio and Schools Chancellor Carranza announced they approved a diversity plan to increase middle school diversity in Brooklyn’s District 15 and launched a $2 million school diversity grant program for other school districts and communities across the City.
Mayor de Blasio appointed Amy Peterson as the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Workforce Development. The office is responsible for equipping New Yorkers with skills and connecting them to quality jobs across the city.
Mayor de Blasio along with other admin announced they would a new goal to double the investments of the NYC Funds in climate change solutions to $4 billion or 2% of the City’s $195 billion pension portfolio.