DSNY's Identifying Information Law Report, in accordance with Local Laws 245 and 247 of 2017, details what information DSNY keeps about the general public and about internal personnel, and how that information is used.
Executive Budget for the Department of Housing Preservation and Development (HPD) for a proposed budget for Fiscal 2021 of $89.3 billion. Topics covered include changes to the Expense and Capital Budget, as well as the programmatic impacts of COVID-19.
Local Law 4/2012 requires HPD to maintain on its website a monthly report of a list of properties with 20 or more units for which a notice of foreclosure has been submitted to HPD They are identified by block and lot number with identity of mortgagee plaintiffs and includes all pending foreclosures.
New York City Labor Force Data, Seasonally Adjusted March 2020 Monthly employment data for New York City based on payroll surveys conducted by the U.S. Bureau of Labor Statistics in collaboration with the New York State Department of Labor. The data is seasonally adjusted by the OMB.
Per Local Law 33 of 2016, the Department is required to submit 20 days after the end of each month a report on security indicators for the prior month. Security indicators consist of the number of fight infractions, assaults on staff, assaults on inmates, and uses of force.
Housing NYC: Rents, Markets and Trends 2016 includes all six NYC Rent Guidelines Board studies produced in the past year; 2016-2017 apartment, loft and hotel guidelines adopted by the Board; data from the 2014 NYC Housing and Vacancy Survey; and a glossary of rent regulation terms.
The $aveNYC Account program offers New Yorkers with lower incomes a
50 percent match if they direct deposit part of their tax refund into a branded "$aveNYC
Account" and maintain the initial deposit for at least one year.
Public Advocate James called for a thorough review of the City's Tenant Interim Lease Apartment Purchase Program (TIL). After hearing complaints from a number of constituents and holding a town hall meeting, Public Advocate James' office investigated the program and found that TIL is not fulfilling its purpose of providing New Yorkers with self-sufficient low-income cooperatives.