Report including 1. A list and description of the services provided by the department; 2. The total number of employees, a list of functional titles, the number of employees in each functional title and a summary of the general responsibilities for each title; 3. The total number of engagements, per month, disaggregated by the types of services provided, whether the service was provided at the department's office, a resource center or in the field, and borough; 4. The types of services veterans have inquired about, including through 311 calls, per month, disaggregated by type of service, and borough where applicable; 5. The methods by which the department provides information to veterans and their families, caretakers and active service members and the methods by which veterans and their families learned about the department; 6. A list of the field services provided by the department in each borough, per month; and 7. The methods utilized by the department in calculating its report on the performance indicators herein.
Report on data for the previous month, including the number of complaints of illegal parking of vehicles operated on behalf of the city in locations including 1. parking in "no standing" area; 2. parking in "no stopping" area; 3. parking on sidewalk; 4. parking in crosswalk; 5. parking in front of fire hydrant; 6. parking at bus stop; 7. parking in bus lane; 8. parking in bicycle lane; 9. parking as to obstruct a driveway; and 10. double parking.
Report setting forth the amount and nature of all obligations authorized on account of each pending capital project and the liabilities incurred for each such project outstanding on the first day of July
A report for the previous school year including the following for each school: 1. The district borough number; and 2. The number of employees, disaggregated by: (a) Teaching staff; (b) Leadership staff; and (c) Other professional and paraprofessional staff disaggregated by various factors
For each public high school, the total number of students enrolled in grades nine through twelve in the preceding school year and the number and percentage of such students who: 1. Receive special education services; 2. Are English language learners; 3. Are eligible for the federal free or reduced price meals program; 4. Reside in temporary housing; and 5. Are enrolled over the counter, disaggregated by various factors