As the flooding New York City experienced from the remnants of Hurricane Ophelia last week demonstrated, the “new normal” of intensified storms requires a whole of government focus on emergency preparedness and climate resilience.
Since January 2022, at least twenty-six people have died in custody in New York City’s jails, underscoring the persistent dysfunction and violence of the jail system and accelerating calls for more oversight of jail operations.
This report highlights how DEP’s teams of skilled engineers, scientists, and other experts are exploring techniques and technologies to better manage current and future challenges and protect and improve the health, environment, and the quality of life for all New Yorkers
Final Agency Report describing in detail the legal requirements and framework for redistricting, the process of establishing the Districting Commission, and the methods and process for drawing the new 51 NYC City Council districts.
NYC DOT update on the Staten Island Ferry fleet, regulatory changes, and the implementation of the Study’s recommendations since the Ferry Fuel and Propulsion Feasibility Study's original delivery in 2019.
Project description required to be submitted to the speaker where the project receives financial assistance but the project is not required to be submitted for consideration to a Community Board, Borough Board or the City Council.
As required by New York City Administrative Code, Title 25, Section 318, Report containing the October 2022 Staff Level Reports of the Landmarks Preservation Commission, including advisory reports and binding reports.
Over the past few months IBO participated as a non-voting observer on a task force to provide independent information and analysis. As part of that process, IBO simulated the fiscal impact of the task force’s top five recommendations. This presentation provides the results of those simulations.