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NYC DoITT seeks public input on 5G Mobile Poletop Design proposal

The New York City Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications (DoITT) is soliciting the public’s feedback regarding the attached design proposal of mobile telecommunications equipment proposed to be placed on street poles across the City. This equipment will facilitate the citywide deployment of 5G. What is 5G technology? The widespread use of mobile devices for phone calls, […]

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La Marqueta Community Partner RFP

NYCEDC on behalf of the City of New York, is seeking qualified proposals from community organizations, consultants, agencies or companies with experience in event planning and execution, marketing, branding, public relations, food and beverage sales and marketing, and/or community outreach to serve as a Community Partner for La Marqueta Public Market (“La Marqueta”). La Marqueta […]

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Mayor De Blasio Announces City Planning Commission Meetings To Resume In August

July 15, 2020 City launches new website for New Yorkers to learn about and participate in remote meetings  NEW YORK— Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced that the City Planning Commission will start holding remote meetings in August. This will allow developments that create affordable housing, jobs, health facilities, resiliency projects and more to move forward after […]

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COVID Rent Relief Program

Low-income renters who have suffered an income loss due to the pandemic may apply for a rental subsidy under the state’s new COVID Rent Relief Program. The program launches on Thursday, July 16th and applications will be available here: https://hcr.ny.gov/RRP  The application period will be open for two weeks only. To qualify, applicants must meet all of these […]

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