The City Charter requires that the Office of Management and Budget (OMB) publish documentation of forecasting methodologies used for projecting tax revenues for those taxes which account for five percent or more of total City tax revenues.
The report covers prime contracts that were registered and subcontracts approved in the first quarter of FY 2019, including procurements that were solicited before LL 1 became effective and are subject to LL 129.
Report assessment of all facilities owned by the city with a five hundred kilowatt or greater peak demand to determine whether cogeneration and natural gas-based distributed generation projects are appropriate for such facilities.
Market and assessed values continued to grow at a strong pace in FY 2008. The total
Citywide market value of fully and partially taxable property reached $795.9 billion, a
$121.8 billion, or 18.1 percent increase over FY 2007. This increase was largely driven
by Class One properties
The study highlights the prevalence and incidence of various forms of elder abuse, the number of elder abuse cases coming to the attention of all agencies and programs responsible for servicing elder abuse victims in New York State in a one-year period.
This report presents statistical information for tax year 2008 for the three New York City
business income taxes: the Banking Corporation Tax (BCT), the General Corporation Tax
(GCT), and the Unincorporated Business Tax (UBT).
Over the last decade, the number of city residents receiving food stamps has more than doubled, while
public assistance recipients have decreased and the number of blind and disabled New Yorkers receiving
Supplemental Security Income benefits has remained flat.
When Mayor Bloomberg presented his last budget plan in November, he noted that the city’s full-time and full-time
equivalent headcount had fallen by 15,368 since December 31, 2001. But staffing levels since the end of fiscal year 2002, tell a different story.
The amount the city budgets each year for snow removal is set by a formula in the City Charter. The formula is the average of spending on snow removal in the five prior years—so the budget for 2014 is based on the actual amounts spent in fiscal years 2008–2012.
In 2002, Mayor Bloomberg urged that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority (MTA) take over the 82 express and local bus routes (most based in Queens) operated by seven private companies under franchise agreements
that included city subsidies.
Preliminary data for fiscal year 2014 indicate the city received about $41 million in revenue from camera-generated redlight, bus-lane, and now speeding summonses, as well as $14 million in ticket revenue from traffic violations written up by police officers.