Comptroller Stringer Releases Alarming Analysis Showing How Reckless Drivers Are Allowed To Rack Up Fines While Remaining On The Road

MARCH 20, 2018 Data Shows that 1,100+ times per day in New York City, a Vehicle With Multiple Violations Is Brazenly Blowing Through Yet Another Red Light or Speeding Through a School Zone 121,000+ NYC Cars Have Received More Than Five Tickets For Speeding Near Schools and Running Red Lights, with 24 Having 50+ Infractions, […]

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NYCHA and City Officials Launch New Tools to Improve Customer Service and Transparency

March 16, 2018 Residents now have access to same information on heat and hot water service as NYCHA management New Capital Projects maps increase accountability, clearly show location and progress of construction projects planned or underway across the entire city NEW YORK – Today, the New York City Housing Authority, Borough President Eric Adams and […]

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STRIVE Unveils New State-of-the-Art Career Training Center in East Harlem

New Facility will Serve as STRIVE’s National Headquarters and Accommodate Its Rapid Employment Program Growth in NYC NEW YORK, NY, March 8, 2018 – STRIVE International, a leading national workforce development agency, unveiled its new state-of-the-art career training facility and headquarters in East Harlem, New York. Located in the same neighborhood in which STRIVE was […]

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NYC Emergency Management Issues Hazardous Travel Advisory for Wednesday, March 7

NYC EMERGENCY MANAGEMENT ISSUES HAZARDOUS TRAVEL ADVISORY FOR WEDNESDAY, MARCH 7   Winter Storm Warning in effect from Tuesday night through early Thursday morning   Alternate Side Parking Regulations are suspended Wednesday, March 7 and Thursday, March 8; parking meters remain in effect   March 6, 2018 – The New York City Emergency Management Department today issued a hazardous […]

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