Bill De Blasio
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This long-shot quest for the Democratic presidential nomination is over.
Mayor Bill de Blasio recently signaled support for a measure that would require more approvals for building a hotel in New York City—but the timing has raised questions.
As New York City’s mayor seeks a promotion to the highest office in the land, it’s worth exploring his approach to how we get around
"NYC HATES HIM!"
Housing issues have dogged New York City’s mayor since day one of his administration
A probe by the city’s Department of Investigation found fundraising activity that violated conflict of interest rules
Vicki Been previously worked as the commissioner of the Department of Housing Preservation and Development
A group of 16 NYC experts will look at all of the options to repair the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway
The administration will hire private contractors to examine 150,000 NYCHA apartments across the city.
Transit advocates are urging commuters to call the mayor’s office and demand support for Fair Fares.
Mayor de Blasio abruptly pulled funding for a 163-unit affordable building at Halletts Point.
The mayor reiterated his goal of making New York "the fairest big city in America" in his 2018 State of the City address.
It’s the latest round in the seemingly futile battle between Governor Andrew Cuomo and Mayor Bill de Blasio.
The reactions have been pouring in since the Fix NYC panel’s proposal came out this morning.
The need for affordable housing connects to De Blasio’s larger goal of making New York "the fairest big city in America"
The Public Advocate and Comptroller will also be sworn in today, and Bernie Sanders will do the honors for the mayor.
De Blasio will be sworn in for his second term by Bernie Sanders
These are just some ways city worked to address the housing crisis in 2017, and with any luck, these measures will move the needle in 2018.
And why he’s a "good progressive"
A new plan will involve purchasing cluster housing and converting them into affordable homes.
The city wants a consultant to examine if the prisons in Manhattan and Brooklyn can be expanded, among other things.
More than 40,000 daily riders across several different neighborhoods will benefit from the new service.
These investments include the creation of new parks and raising the shoreline.
The funding boost is part of Mayor de Blasio’s larger affordable housing initiative.
Of the council’s 51 members, 27 have expressed their support for the proposal in a letter to the MTA.
The administration will achieve its current 200K unit goal two years early, in 2022, and hope to create 300K affordable units by 2026.
This includes restricting curbside access and greater NYPD enforcement, among other measures.
The additional funding will ensure that low-income tenants facing eviction know that they can get free legal representation.
The mayor calls the plan a "mistake" and fears it puts New Yorkers in unnecessary danger.
A new report argues that the mayor’s Housing New York Plan isn’t serving extremely low-income New Yorkers.
Ahead of the mayoral election, in which De Blasio is being considered a shoo-in, the mayor talks candidly about his years in office and what he still hopes to achieve.
Mayor Bill de Blasio has plans to propose a "millionaires tax" that would generate funds from wealthy New Yorkers to help foot the bill for much-needed repairs to the city’s subway system.
The mayor’s office called for more accountability and transparency in the MTA’s subway overhaul plans, due to be released later this week.