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 de Blasio joined 20 other cities in submitting an amicus brief to help defeat a Trump Administration lawsuit seeking to invalidate three California state laws, where the Trump Administration hoped to gain sensitive information from cities regarding immigrant communities.
Mayor de Blasio and arks Commissioner Mitchell Silver announced the official opening of Coney Island's Boardwalk to the public for its summer season and celebrated the designation of the Coney Island Boardwalk as a scenic landmark by the Landmarks Preservation Commission.
Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Dr. Herminia Palacio launched the Youth Homelessness TaskForce, aimed at coordinating a six-month community process resulting in a strategic plan that will inform the City’s next steps for preventing and ending youth homelessness.
Mayor de Blasio announced six finalists for the NYCx Climate Action Challenge, which called on the tech industry to develop solutions for scaling electric vehicle (EV) charging infrastructure and accelerating the use of EVs citywide.
Mayor de Blasio appeared live at City Hall to discuss a multitude of issues, some of them being the legalization of marijuana, his new implementations on safe injection sites, and the new executive budget put out by the Mayor.
Deputy Mayor for Housing and Economic Development Alicia Glen along with other admin on 399 Sands Street, the latest addition of manufacturing and creative office space at the 300-acre Brooklyn Navy Yard and a component of Steiner's Admirals Row project.
Mayor de Blasio held a press conference to discuss how his administration helped NYCHA grow (despite the many issues along the road) and his administration's continued efforts to better fund and improve NYCHA housing for it's residents.
Mayor de Blasio along with other admin announced the opening of the public health system’s new ExpressCare clinic, one of the new health clinics aimed at providing faster access to medical care for patients who face non-life-threatening conditions.
Mayor de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray announced new initiatives to increase access to birth control in all city hospitals, increasing the stock of birth control at all 11 of the city’s hospitals and its six ambulatory care centers.
Mayor de Blasio announced his office reached an agreement with the UFT (United Federation of Teachers), praising the DOE and teachers for the highest graduation rates the City had ever seen and lowest dropout rates.