This report analyzes motor vehicle crash-related personal injury claims against the City, filed and settled between FY 2012 and FY 2021, with the goal of identifying interventions to reduce financial liability to the City and reducing preventable harms to New Yorkers.
Report on Retaliatory Adverse Personnel Complaints/Annual
In Fiscal Year 2020, DOI received 30 complaints from individuals who alleged job-related retaliation or sought protection for reporting misconduct in City government – two fewer than in the prior fiscal year.
Value Ambassador Program focus on the Bureau of Legal Affairs. Journalists from the Resilience Journalism Fellowship at the CUNY School of Journalism toured the Paerdegat Basin Natural Area in Bergen Beach, Brooklyn.
The New York City Department of Environmental Protection (DEP) has released its 2017 Drinking Water Supply and Quality report. Several noteworthy achievements have been made this year, including the securing of a new, 10-year Filtration Avoidance Determination (FAD)
Proposed eliminations of outdated text in the watershed regulations, developed in support of the Filtration Avoidance Determination (FAD) for the Catskill/Delaware portion of the New York City water supply.
Department of Consumer Affairs and Council Member Rafael Espinal, Jr. held a public hearing in October 2016 to explore predatory lending in the used car industry. This report provides an overview of the public hearing that includes findings and recommendations.
Pursuant to Admin Code Sect. 14-158(b), this quarterly report contains 1) use of force incidents, disaggregated by category of force, precinct/unit, and on/off duty status 2) injuries to officers/civilians, disaggregated by injury type, precinct/unit, on/off duty status, and officer/civilian injury
Reports on the development, progress and achievements of the New York City Department of Environmental Protection's source water protection programs established to maintain the Filtration Avoidance Determination (FAD) for the Catskill/Delaware portion of the New York City water supply.
The report describes the implementation of Local Law 101 of 2015, requires enforcement action against owners who fail to repair hazardous and inoperable elevators to be made by the Department of Buildings (DOB) to the Department of Housing Preservation & Development (HPD).
On Local Law 89 of 2019 amended Section 9-148 of the Administrative Code of
the City of New York to eliminate the uniform administrative fee for payments of bail unless the
chief administrator of the courts requires a party making a payment of bail to pay a reasonable
Loft buildings in New York City that meet the criteria set forth in the Loft Law (Multiple Dwelling Law Article 7-C) are covered by the law as Interim Multiple Dwellings (IMDs) and are under the Loft Board's jurisdiction.
Mayor de Blasio signed Intro. 2397-A, sponsored by Council Member Francisco Moya, into law. This legislation requires severance pay for hotel service employees if a hotel with over 100 rooms that laid off over 75% of its employees.
Mayor Bill de Blasio today held a public hearing for and signed Intro. 1288, which makes all elections between now and the 2021 primary, including the upcoming special election, eligible for stronger campaign finance laws and helps the average New Yorker have more of a say in individual campaigns.
Mayor Bill de Blasio holds Media availability. "I cannot describe to you how hopeful I am for the whole state and certainly for the people of New York City. It feels like things are going to be very different in terms of the possibilities for real change and rapid change.".
TRANSCRIPT: MAYOR DE BLASIO DELIVERS REMARKS AT THE LABOR LUNCHEON, "We believe that it should be a city of, and by, and for working people. And so, we announced just last month that we are guaranteeing health care for every single New Yorker."