City Officials Discuss Managing the Frontline Workforce During Covid and Bringing Nearly Everyone Back to the Office Now
Currently, aside from workers with “reasonable accommodation” exceptions, all city employees are reporting to the office some of the time, and as of July 6, Mayor Bill de Blasio announced that vaccinated city employees could work in the office without masks or social distancing. And by September, de...
Top Democratic Mayoral Campaigns Spent $69 Million on the Primary, Outside Groups Another $31 Million
Spending on this year’s mayoral election has already surpassed the $100 million mark, according to the latest campaign finance reports that were filed on Friday.
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The New York City Department of City Planning on Tuesday unveiled a new website that details its ten-year strategy for building and enhancing city infrastructure, including everything from housing and schools to transit systems, roads and bridges, parks, and water and sewage piping.
This year state officials will begin the once-a-decade process of redrawing congressional and state legislative district lines under a new system approved by voters back in 2014.
The Center for an Urban Future published a report, “Blueprint for New York City’s Economic Recovery,” outlining some 250 proposals for the future of the city.
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A civil rights attorney turned federal prosecutor and a Harlem native, Bragg would be the first ever Black district attorney elected in Manhattan.
A historic expected majority of women likely to fill City Council seats in January gathered at a press conference, pledging to bring a culture of mutual support and a commitment to underrepresented constituents to the legislative body.