Press releases are designed to inform the public of an upcoming/ongoing emergency or special event. Some emergencies include coastal storms, nor'easters, and extreme heat. Releases also highlight special events including Ready New York presentations and other community preparedness initiatives.
This is the NYC Campaign Finance Board EEO 2nd Quarterly Report FY2018 the Campaign Finance Board (CFB) is proud of the diversity in its workplace and strives to continuously improve its employment and equal opportunity practices and procedures.
The Always Creating Excellence (ACE) program recognizes New York City Department of Environmental Protection staff members that have exhibited outstanding effort, and have gone above and beyond the call of duty to serve the people of New York City.
The Public Design Commission meets once a month. The meeting agendas are posted online three business days in advance of each meeting and published in the City Record. Agendas are also distributed to all City Council members, Community Boards, and City agency liaisons.
On October 2, 2017, the Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) Quality Assurance Director was informed of an event which occurred in the OCME Operations Center. The event involves a cremation request that was approved in error.
The CCRB Executive Director's Monthly Report provides the public with all relevant statistics on CCRB complaints, including board dispositions, substantiation rates, truncations, and statistics from both the Mediation Unit and Administrative Prosecution Unit.
Mayor Bill de Blasio announced two laws that shine a spotlight on both public and private vacant land to further accelerate the production of affordable housing. This legislation is the latest effort to help the City reach its goal of building 300,000 affordable homes over the next decade.
According to Local Law 97, DFTA must survey caregivers again in two years and every five years thereafter. As such, the ideas in this document are intended to be practical enough to be implemented, but fluid enough to meet the evolving needs and demographics of unpaid caregivers in New York City.