Mayor's Office Facing NYC Drug Crisis Spilling Out Into Streets, ParksFrom a crackdown on K2 overdoses on Brooklyn sidewalks, to syringes littering a Bronx park, New York City’s drug crisis has been on full view this week.
Mayor De Blasio Defends Plan To Raise Parking Meter RatesThe mayor said that while he cares about the working man, he's more concerned about congestion.
De Blasio Announces Review Of NYPD's Marijuana Enforcement After Analysis Reveals Racial DisparitiesThe NYPD's current marijuana enforcement policy is going up in smoke. 
NYCHA Tenants Call On Mayor De Blasio For More Funding To Fix Unsafe, Unsanitary ConditionsNYCHA tenants have launched a campaign to get Mayor Bill de Blasio to agree to a City Council demand to add more funding to the city budget for public housing.
De Blasio Backs Plan To Open Supervised Injection SitesDozens of supervised injection sites have opened in Canada, Europe and elsewhere in the past decade, but there are currently none in the U.S.
Mayor De Blasio Weighs In On Desegregating NYC Public SchoolsThe Department of Education is considering a pilot program to reserve 25 percent of the seats in top middle schools on the Upper West Side for low-performing students.
De Blasio Yet To Comply With Court Order On Releasing EmailsMayor de Blasio says he's still not ready to comply with a court order to release his email exchanges with a political consulting firm, insisting he has the right to keep those conversations private.
Mayor De Blasio Must Disclose Secret Emails He Exchanged With Political Consultant, Appeals Court RulesThe appeals court said under the Freedom of Information Act, the mayor will have to make public email exchanges with political operative Jonathan Rosen, of public relations powerhouse BerlinRosen.
Mayor Proposes Budget, But Empowered Council Promises FightAs the mayor proposes a hefty new budget, a tug of war is expected with a city council determined to fight for homeowners and subway riders.
Mayor: Central Park To Go Car-FreeMayor Bill de Blasio announced a new plan Friday to ban vehicles south of 72nd Street beginning June 27.
'Fair Fare' Proposal Pushes For Half-Priced MetroCards For Low-Income New YorkersA coalition of community leaders and lawmakers called for half-priced MetroCards for low income New Yorkers in the upcoming budget.
De Blasio: NYCHA Head Olatoye To Leave Post At End Of MonthShola Olatoye made the official announcement Tuesday at the Ocean Bay Apartments in Far Rockaway, Queens.

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