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This Week in New York City Government

This Week in New York City Government

Mayor: Mayor Bill de Blasio Signs into Law Bills to Dramatically Reduce New York City’s Cooperation with U.S. Immigration and Customs Enforcement Deportations Mayor […] more→

Current RFPs: Week of November 14th, 2014

Current RFPs: Week of November 14th, 2014

The following Request for Proposals have been recently issued by City government: If you are interested in pursuing business opportunities pertaining to procurement, please […] more→

This Week in New York State Government

This Week in New York State Government

Governor: Governor Cuomo Announces Citibank, JPMorgan Chase, M&T Bank and Valley National Bank to use DFS Database to Help Protect Consumers from Illegal, Online […] more→

City Council Public Hearing Schedule: Nov 10th-21st

City Council Public Hearing Schedule: Nov 10th-21st

Committee on Transportation Thursday, November 20, 1:00 PM City Hall, Council Chambers Agenda: Oversight -Leading the Way for Bicycling in America: Where is New […] more→

Special Feature: What You Should Know About the Carriage Horses in NYC

Special Feature: What You Should Know About the Carriage Horses in NYC

The following piece is by Doctor Janine Jacques, Founder of the Equine Rescue Network. As the founder of the Equine Rescue Network, people often […] more→

Special Feature: The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership: Report Released Declares Cultural District-An Engine for Significant Growth

Special Feature: The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership: Report Released Declares Cultural District-An Engine for Significant Growth

The following piece is from the Downtown Brooklyn Partnership.  The Downtown Brooklyn Partnership is a not-for-profit local development corporation that serves as the primary […] more→

Food for Thought: The Worst Voter Turnout in 72 Years

Food for Thought: The Worst Voter Turnout in 72 Years

 This week’s Food for Thought piece was authored by the New York Times Editorial Board. The abysmally low turnout in last week’s midterm elections — the lowest in […] more→

Food for Thought: Small Business Success

Food for Thought: Small Business Success

This week’s Food for Thought piece was authored by Mark Foggin, Nadia Zonis,  Jonathan Bowles, Adam Forman, David Giles and Eva Bein; and edited by Jonathan Bowles from […] more→

Special Feature: Post-election 2014

Special Feature: Post-election 2014

The following piece is by Brendan Cheney of The Capital. Senate Control: SPLIT Republicans: 32 Democrats: 22 IDC: 5 Undecided: 0 Uncommitted: 4 District […] more→

City Council Public Hearing Schedule: Nov 10th-14th

City Council Public Hearing Schedule: Nov 10th-14th

City Council Stated Meeting Thursday, November 13, 1:30 PM City Hall, Council Chambers Committee on Finance Thursday, November 13, 10:00 AM City Hall, Committee […] more→