Mayor de Blasio Orders 30 Day Review Of Intensive Of Mental Health Intervention Programs

Mayor de Blasio announced today that the City will be conducting a 30-day review of how the City uses Kendra’s Law and other intensive mental health interventions. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Uptowns Levine Cracks Down On E-Cigarette Sales To Minors

Mayor de Blasio and Acting Corporation Counsel Georgia M. Pestana today announced that New York City has filed a federal lawsuit against 22 national online e-cigarette vendors.

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Mayor de Blasio Appoints Food Rescue Advo Kate MacKenzie Director Of Food Policy

Mayor de Blasio today announced the appointment of Kate MacKenzie as the Director of the Mayor’s Office of Food Policy. Continue Reading →

One Year Later, Mayor de Blasio See 61% Decline In Misdemeanor Arrests Of In 16 Year Olds

Today, Mayor de Blasio and The Mayor’s Office of Criminal Justice (MOCJ) announced the one year anniversary of the City’s implementation of historic “Raise the Age” legislation. Continue Reading →

Community Voices Heard, Speaker Corey Johnson, Tenants Rally For NYCHA Funding

Community Voices Heard, Speaker Corey Johnson, NYCHA residents, community-based organizations, labor, and faith leaders rallied to call for the immediate release of state funds for urgent capital repairs at NYCHA developments. Continue Reading →

De Blasio Administration Announces City Facilities To Undergo Deep Energy Retrofits

The de Blasio Administration today announced that it will undertake deep energy retrofits in nine City facilities and identify another 28 facilities for future retrofits. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Expands Benefit Of Rent Freeze Programs From Harlem To Hollis

The de Blasio Administration today released updated guidance allowing New Yorkers who pay preferential rents for their rent-stabilized apartments to benefit from the City’s rent freeze programs. Continue Reading →

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