Harlem Council member Mark Levine writes: We understand that many local residents are still reeling from the results of this week’s Presidential election. Many in our community are hurt, concerned, and looking for information on what this means for the next four years.
There will be a press conference and public hearing on Int. 214A-2014, a local law that will provide legal representation for low-income tenants who are subject to eviction, ejectment or foreclosure proceedings.
On Friday, September 2, 2016, the JCRC-NY was honored when the NYC Council observed their 40th anniversary at City Hall with Harlem elected Council member Mark Levine and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito alongside several JCRC-NY Board Members.
Council Member Mark Levine (District 7) will host the Third Annual Back-to-School Block Party at 141st Street (between Hamilton Place and Amsterdam Avenue) on Thursday, August 25th, 2016 from 5 – 8 P.M.
Harlem Council Member Mark Levine states: “As the world becomes more connected, dual language education programs can powerfully change a young person’s life.
On March 25, 2016 Harlem council member stated that “I am truly disappointed by Mayor de Blasio’s decision to file an amicus brief in support of the construction of JHL tower.
Safety and maintenance are the foundations of a truly open and thriving parks system. It’s welcome news that the Mayor has proposed an increase in vitally needed funding for additional PEP officers in his preliminary budget proposal.
By Council Member Mark Levine Too many of those who stand to benefit the most from medical marijuana will face the highest barriers to access.
Billboard reports that Harlem’s Mark Siegel, partners Steve Levine, and Rob Prinz are part of the Billboards Power 100 talk about their achievements in 2017 and projections for 2018:
Mayor Bill de Blasio today held public hearings for, and signed, twelve pieces of legislation into law.
The New York City Council today voted to pass Intro 214-B, a landmark bill sponsored by Council Members Mark Levine and Vanessa Gibson, that requires the Office of Civil Justice to establish a program for legal representation for low-income tenants facing eviction in housing court within five years.
Mayor Bill de Blasio, City Council Mark Levine and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito today announced that, for the first time, the City will fund universal access to legal services for tenants facing eviction in New York City Housing Court.
From Mark D. Levine Has our office helped you with an issue? Are there programs we host you would like to see more of?
Harlem Council members Melissa Mark-Viverito, Mark Levine, Mayor Bill de Blasio and others today held public hearings for and signed 29 pieces of legislation into law – Intros.
On Sunday, November 20, 2016, at 2:30 PM, the Hebrew Tabernacle in Washington Heights will host a community interfaith thanksgiving celebration to champion diversity and denounce the hatred America is experiencing nationwide.