The de Blasio administration today announced that the City is raising the value of City rental assistance programs (CityFHEPS) to federal Section 8 Fair Market Rent levels.
The New York City Council today confirmed Georgia M. Pestana as New York City’s 80th Corporation Counsel. Pestana is a historic choice.
You may think that selling your house is an easy process. You put it on the market, get a few offers, sell it for a good price and then move Continue Reading →
The 110th Street station was a station located on the Metro-North Railroad’s Park Avenue Viaduct in East Harlem, New York.
Dear City Council Member, I am reaching out on behalf of the New York City Hispanic Chamber and encouraging the NY City Council to please table bill Int 2311-2021 and Continue Reading →
The earliest means of transportation around New York City Harbor, from Harlem to Brooklyn and Staten Island and to trading was moored offshore was rowboats from 96th Street to 155th Continue Reading →
The COVID-19 Recovery Government Program Center contains critical information on available opportunities to assist New Yorkers in need.
Today, the Biden-Harris Administration provided $1,584,928 to support rural health clinics in New York with vaccination efforts, particularly as many communities face increased challenges caused by the Delta variant.
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