The Public Design Commission meets once a month. The meeting agendas are posted online three business days in advance of each meeting and published in the City Record. Agendas are also distributed to all City Council members, Community Boards, and City agency liaisons.
This report is the product of the Taks Forrce established by Local Law 28 of 2019. The Local Law was apporved by the New York City Council in 2019 in response to a substantial increase in the number of complaints filed against illegal accessory signs in 2018, which resulted un the issuance of fines.
The attached memo describes why the Mayor's Office of Immigrant Affairs (MOIA) is not responsible for submitting a Quarterly Equal Employment Opportunity and Diversity Plan Implementation Report as per the New York City Charter Chapter 35, Section 815(i).
This guide includes mental health information and resources available
to support New Yorkers in the LGBTQI+ community, their families, and
allies. The organizations and programs included in this guide provide
culturally responsive and affirming care.
This evaluation of NYC Well, which began in 2018, aimed to assess the experience of individuals engaging with NYC Well, as well as the associated impact of engagement with NYC Well on users’ access to mental health services and outcomes.