OATH staff were at the library to assist and educate people about what to do should they have received a summons and to check to determine if someone has an outstanding summons. Materials about remote hearings and other free resources were provided to the public as well.
Intimate partner elder abuse affects the health and safety of many New Yorkers and their families.
Public awareness of the issue and a coordinated multidisciplinary response are required as the
New York City elder population continues to increase.
On June 17, 2019, the Office of Chief Medical Examiner (OCME) Quality Assurance Director was informed of an event which occurred in the Department of Forensic Biology. The event involves a potential contamination which led to a DNA HIT notification and arrest.
The Department of Correction (DOC) is on the Comptroller’s Agency Watch List for the second consecutive
year. First announced in 2018, the Agency Watch List spotlights city agencies that raise the most budgetary
concerns due to rapidly increased spending and meager measurable results.
This report, by New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer, provides a detailed examination of teacher retention in New York City and reveals how it impacts differing boroughs and school districts, including those most impacted by poverty.
Report analyzes NYC Department of Social Services’ data from July 2013 through June 2018 and assesses existing policies and services to better understand the dynamics within the shelter system, the scope of domestic violence as a driver of housing instability, and identify potential gaps in fundi
Addressing climate change and building a more resilient city is not just a moral imperative, it is an economic necessity. This report by New York City Comptroller Scott M. Stringer highlights the urgent need to prepare our shorefront communities against the oncoming threat of rising seas.
Report draws from a wide range of data to offer a comprehensive review of the money that the criminal justice system takes from people accused or convicted of crimes. Analysis of this data reveals the harsh collateral consequences of failing to pay at each stage of criminal justice involvement.
Using administrative data from New York City property tax filings, this report provides a comprehensive measure of the vacant retail square footage, and the retail vacancy rate, for every neighborhood in New York City from 2007 to 2017 as well as average retail rent per occupied retail square foot.
This analysis uses data derived from the Census Bureau to pinpoint the communities where disparities in internet access may reduce self-response rates to the Census and potentially result in an undercount.
The Comptroller’s investigation, examining the City’s response to lead in the period between January 1, 2013 and October 10, 2018, includes a number of findings that demonstrate the need for increased coordination in the City’s fight against lead exposure.
The New York City Comptroller’s Office conducted of the Office of School Health’s (OSH) Management of Contract Nursing Assignments, including recommendations to identify all instances of past overbilling and overpayment and recoup any overpayments.
The objective of the audit was to determine whether JCDecaux accurately reported its advertising revenue to the City and remitted timely payments, both monetary and in non-monetary “alternative compensation,” due to the City as stipulated in the agreement.
This report surveys community wealth building strategies that 15 cities and regions in the U.S. and around the world are undertaking to strengthen the economic and financial health of their communities—and how powerful those approaches can be.
This research brief examines the financial vulnerability of New Yorkers prior to the COVID-19 crisis to understand who is least able to cope with its economic effects. The research brief looks at three key indicators of financial health—banking access, emergency savings, and credit access.
A Strategic Blueprint for Construction Excellence is DDC’s comprehensive plan to improve capital project delivery. The plan will decrease construction costs and project timelines to deliver projects faster and within budget, making more efficient use of City resources.
This Ready New York map shows the hurricane evacuation zones (1-6) for all five boroughs of New York City. It also lists evacuation centers, though they are subject to change. For updated reports on building status and accessibility features, call 311 or visit NYC.gov/knowyourzone.
The analysis in this brief utilized New York City Police Department data from calendar years 2017 to 2019 for domestic violence offenses: homicide, felony rape, felony assault, sex offenses, strangulation and stalking. For each offense, the NYPD provided sex and race/ethnic for each offense.
This Finance Memorandum generally explains the impact of these federal changes, as well as related changes enacted in the 2018-19 New York State budget, on taxpayers that are subject to the Business Corporation Tax.
This Finance Memorandum contains instructions for reporting GILTI, FDII, and IRC § 965 amounts on New York City General Corporation Tax (“GCT”), Unincorporated Business Tax (“UBT”), and Banking Corporation Tax (“BTX”) 1 returns and attachments.
This memorandum provides modifications to the required methodology for the attribution of interest deductions for taxpayers subject to the Business Corporation Tax (BCT), General Corporation Tax (GCT), Banking Corporation Tax (BTX) or the Unincorporated Business Tax (UBT)
This report lists all of the emergency feeding programs in NYC and all of the quantities of applications distributed reflect a quantity of “0“ reflecting HRA's focus of submitting SNAP applications electronically.
This quarterly report lists all of the emergency feeding programs in NYC and all of the quantities of applications distributed reflect a quantity of “0“ reflecting HRA's focus of submitting SNAP applications electronically.
This report includes descriptive statistics by field operations location, on: the size and demographics of the client population; levels at which financial assistance and social services are requested and granted; time frames for the provision of services; and data on case closings and re-openings.
Report on 10/14/19 hearing on regarding topics related to public burials in NYC, including but not limited to: burial assistance program; the feasibility of implementation of a cremation assistance program & public burial in new locations; and the plan for the future operation of Hart Island.
Flyer detailing rights of immigrant workers, such as paid safe and sick leave, right to organizer, minimum wage, safe and healthy workplace, discrimination free workplace, overtime, and pay for work as independent contractor, rights with ICE, and resources for legal services and discrimination prote
IBO’s Jonathan Rosenberg presents testimony to the City Council on the difficulty in tracking the reasons for delays and cost overruns on parks department capital projects—a problem that extends to projects at other agencies as well.
Section 23-1202 of the New York City Ad Code requires the Chief Privacy Officer to submit a quarterly report containing an anonymized summary of certain disclosures of identifying information made by City agencies under exigent circumstances or in violation of Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2018.
The report examines certain aspects of The NYC Human Resources Administration (HRA) Special One-Time Assistance (SOTA) program, a rental assistance program that is designed to provide permanent, stable housing to qualified Department of Homeless Services (DHS) clients.
Designation report for National Society of Colonial Dames in the State of New York Headquarters a four-story Georgian Revival-style clubhouse and museum designed in 1929 by Richard Henry Dana, Jr. and opened in 1930.
Designation report for First Hungarian Reformed Church of New York City built in 1915-16. It served as an important community and political center in the "Little Hungary" neighborhood of Yorkville. The design by prominent architect Emery Roth combines Secessionist and Craftsman details.
Designation report for the Roosevelt Building, 841 Broadway, a transitional Romanesque Revival/Renaissance Revival-style building built in 1893-94 and designed by Stephen Decatur Hatch. It is a significant example of the high-rise commercial development along Broadway in the late 19th century.
Designation report for 840 Broadway Building, a 12-story Renaissance Revival-style building designed by Robert Maynicke. It is a significant example of the commercial development of Broadway at the end of the 19th century.
Designation report for 836 Broadway a six-story cast-iron-fronted store-and-loft building in the neo-Grec style designed in 1876 by Stephen Decatur Hatch. It is an early example of the commercial development along Broadway at the end of the 19th century.
Designation report for 817 Broadway a 14-story store-and-loft building designed in the Renaissance Revival style by George B. Post and constructed in 1895-96. It represents the high-rise commercial development along Broadway in the late 19th century.
Designation report for 826 Broadway (now the Strand Building) an 11-story Renaissance Revival-style store-and-loft building designed by William H. Birkmire in 1902. It represents the commercial development of Broadway at the start of the 20th century.