Mayor de Blasio, First Lady And Electeds Announce $37M Investment For Mental Illness

Mayor Bill de Blasio, First Lady Chirlane McCray and City Council Members today announced a $37 million annual investment to close critical gaps in services for New Yorkers with serious mental illness. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Puts For Hire Vehicle Cruising Cap And Extends License Cap Into Effect

Mayor Bill de Blasio yesterday took steps to quickly put into effect a historic set of Taxi and Limousine Commission regulations that will combat congestion from Harlem to Houston by requiring high-volume for-hire vehicle app companies to more efficiently manage their fleets. Continue Reading →

Mayor de Blasio Appoints Three New Members To NYCHA Board Of Directors

Mayor Bill de Blasio today announced the appointment of three new members to the Board of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA), including one current public housing resident. Continue Reading →

Rev Dr Nigel Pearce, Mark Levine, Mayor de Blasio And Others Help Hardworking Drivers

Mayor de Blasio, Rev. Dr. Nigel Pearce, Mark Levine, and others today announced a new plan by the Taxi and Limousine Commission to extend the cap on For-Hire Vehicle licenses announced last year

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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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