NYC Mayor Eric Adams and New York City Police Department (NYPD) Commissioner Edward A. Caban today issued an open call to members of the NYC Council to ride with NYPD officers.
NYC Mayor Eric Adams today vetoed Intro. 549-A, a NYC Council bill that would have jeopardized the safety of both those in the city’s custody and correctional staff.
Following vocal opposition from faith leaders, community advocates, business organizations, district attorneys, law enforcement professionals, and everyday New Yorkers.
Yesterday, the New York City Council released its response to Mayor Adams’ preliminary budget for fiscal year 2024.
The New York City Districting Commission today has published a version of the revised plan of 51 City Council maps on its website nyc.gov/districting.
The New York City Districting Commission is sifting through more than 8,300 submissions it received from diverse populations from Harlem to Hollis.
A ribbon-cutting ceremony featuring local dignitaries and a live jazz performance to celebrate the reopening of uptown’s premier jazz club, Smoke in Harlem.
Today, the NYC Districting Commission released its preliminary plan on the new City Council district maps.
The New York City Districting Commission today voted on a preliminary plan for new City Council districts.
John Raymond Jones, November 19, 1899 – June 9, 1991, was the last Grand Sachem of Tammany Hall, a New York City Councilman for Harlem.
On Thursday, March 24th, 2022, Castle III passed the City Council vote at the stated meeting.
Today, New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson failed to bring Intro 2047 to a vote, despite a majority of council members supporting the bill and support from Mayor de Blasio.
Today, Schools Chancellor Meisha Porter and City Council announced the launch of “Language Access for All,” from Harlem to Hollis.
Today the City Council overwhelmingly passed legislation introduced by Council Member Helen Rosenthal to increase critical maternal health services for people incarcerated on Rikers Island.
The New York City Council today confirmed Georgia M. Pestana as New York City’s 80th Corporation Counsel. Pestana is a historic choice.