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Spectrum News NY1 Feb 7
But concerns persist that charging drivers to come into during business hours will most adversely affect those who live in the other boroughs.
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 14
This all comes after de Blasio injected himself into the national political conversation over the past week with some progressive policy proposals.
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Spectrum News NY1 Feb 7
For the first time as mayor, Bill de Blasio on Thursday called for New York City agencies to cut their budgets. He says he's looking for $750 million in savings by April.
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 31
The city, HUD, and federal prosecutors have an agreement on plans to fix chronic problems at , but some are wondering what makes it different from a deal a judge rejected in November. Here's what had to say on on Thursday.
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 10
Replying to @NYCMayor
The says “we will guarantee health care for every New Yorker.” “If you’re eligible, we’ll get you enrolled in the city’s public option, MetroPlus, and get you to a doctor at one of our 70 public health centers.”
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 15
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New York state lawmakers approved some election reforms Monday, but Gov. Cuomo says the state should also make Election Day a holiday and have polls open at 6 a.m. across the state, not just in .
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 8
Rafael Espinal is running for public advocate, in part, to push for more housing. So he says it's crucial that the city allow homeowners to legally rent out so-called cellar apartments for extra income.
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UglyGie Feb 6
. did a great job moderating tonight's debate. The highlight for me was the rivalry between and .
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Malik Wright 7h
Buffalo Billions? In the NYC Public Advocate purview? 🤔
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Spectrum News NY1 Feb 5
Since 2017, the state has said it would give NYCHA $450 million to try to fix some of its crumbling buildings. But the money was caught up in the constant squabble between the Cuomo and the de Blasio administrations.
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 15
"In outlining his agenda for 2019, says New York needs to have even tougher gun control by banning bump stocks. "
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Dennis Stephan Feb 7
If all those multimillion $$ condos in Manhattan didn’t sit empty year round & had tenants who paid local income tax & spent money at local businesses, this revenue shortfall wouldnt be so dramatic. Hope enjoyed that developer special interest $
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PolSciEconSalsa Jan 15
a bit verbose today
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Malik Wright Feb 6
Is Espinal still at the debate?
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Malik Wright Feb 6
Rikers 👏🏾 Island 👏🏾 Isn't 👏🏾 A👏🏾 Prison 👏🏾
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 31
The monitor will potentially set many benchmarks for NYCHA, including, for example, inspecting all apartments for potential lead paint hazards within the next 30 days.
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Malik Wright 7h
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Spectrum News NY1 Feb 16
There is growing concern that some of the suburban state senators who supported the deal will now be careful about votes because of their more conservative-leaning districts.
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Spectrum News NY1 Jan 15
The governor is backing charging people who drive into below 60th Street, but it's not clear how much drivers would be charged and during what times of day.
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Spectrum News NY1 Feb 1
Bill de Blasio had campaigned to end the so-called "Tale of Two Cities." A little more than five years later, he's handing over critical oversight of to the federal government.
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