Chancellor Carranza And Mayor de Blasio Announces New Accessibility In Admissions Policy

Schools Chancellor Richard A. Carranza and Mayor de Blasio today announced a new admissions policy to better match students with accessibility needs to accessible school buildings from Harlem to Hollis. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Appoints Senior Advisor For Citywide Lead Prevention From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor de Blasio today announced that Kathryn Garcia will be named Senior Advisor for Citywide Lead Prevention to coordinate citywide efforts to reduce childhood lead exposure to zero. Continue Reading →

Mayor De Blasio Announces Next Steps Towards Completion Of Manhattan Waterfront Greenway

In the early days, Harlem’s history of waterfront development like the Harlem Rowing clubs and more that came to an end during the early 1900’s.

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Mayor de Blasio Announces 75,000 Youth Placed In Jobs From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor de Blasio and DYCD Commissioner Bill Chong today announced that the 2018 Summer Youth Employment Program is expected to provide jobs for up to 75,000 young New Yorkers. Continue Reading →

Live Streaming: Mayor de Blasio Makes Announcement About Education (Video)

Mayor de Blasio and other electeds make announcement regarding education funding from Harlem to Hollis, Queens, NY.

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Mayor de Blasio Delivers Remarks At The National Action Network 2018 Convention (Video)

Rev. Al Sharpton, Eric Holder was in attendance as Mayor de Blasio delivers positive remarks at Harlem’s National Action Network (NAN) 2018 Convention. Continue Reading →

The Air Is Cleaner From Harlem To Hollis Than It Has Ever Been Since Monitoring Began

In recognition of Earth Day on Sunday, the Mayor announced the release of DOHMH’s latest New York City Community Air Survey (NYCCAS) results, which found continued improvements in air quality. Continue Reading →

Statement By Mayor de Blasio On The 50th Anniversary Of The Fair Housing Act From Harlem To Hollywood

Adopted 50 years ago today, the monumental Fair Housing Rights Act of 1968 sought to protect Americans from housing discrimination, whether renting, buying, or securing financing for a home. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Names Stanley Brezenhoff Interim Chair Of NYCHA From Harlem To Hollis

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced Stanley Brezenoff will serve as Interim Chair of the New York City Housing Authority, succeeding Shola Olatoye who will depart the post at the end of April 2018. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio And Gabrielle Fialkoff Announce $400M Raised To Address Inequality

Today, Mayor de Blasio and Gabrielle Fialkoff, Senior Advisor to Mayor de Blasio and Director of the Office of Strategic Partnerships, announced that over $400 million has been raised in private and philanthropic funding. Continue Reading →