Bill de Blasio
Mayor Bill de Blasio donned a hard hat and helped lay asphalt on a stretch of Tysens Lane in New Dorp.
Bill de Blasio Talks Income Inequality, $15 Minimum Wage, And Progressive Politics On ‘CBS This Morning’
De Blasio’s appearance on the show comes a week after the mayor was in Washington D.C. to push a progressive agenda.
NYCHA has an operating deficit of nearly $100 million and some of its buildings are falling apart.
It would provide 11 percent in raises over about seven years. The agreement will save $3.4 billion in health care spending through 2018 and $1.3 billion in recurring savings every year after that.
De Blasio will be speaking at the National Press Club Tuesday morning, followed by an afternoon speech on “the Progressive Agenda to Combat Income Inequality.”
Despite the Central Park muggings and a dozen shootings over the weekend, Mayor Bill de Blasio was headed out-of-town for a controversial four-day trip to promote his progressive agenda.
Mayor Bill de Blasio’s political vision — and his political travels — have increasingly reached far beyond the borders of New York City.
De Blasio: ‘A Lot Of People Outside NYC’ Understand My First Year As Mayor ‘Better Than People In NYC’
The mayor was reflecting on his record of creating the municipal ID program, the launch of universal pre-K, and other accomplishments.
That will mean $125 million a year for five years. There will also be an additional $32 million city match to a federal grant.
Attendees will get a chance to meet their local firefighters, see the tools and equipment they use and more.
Some activists and elected officials are criticizing the NYPD’s handling of protests over the death of a Baltimore man critically injured in police custody.
Coalition members from The Restaurant Action Alliance NYC said Thursday their lawsuit filed in Manhattan state supreme court seeks to block the ban that’s set to go into effect July 1.
De Blasio was taken aback by how well Brewers fans treated their city’s mayor at the ballpark. He’s not used to that in the Big Apple.
NYPD Commissioner Bill Bratton says there’s “much less tension” between the police union and city officials now than there was in the aftermath of the chokehold death of a Staten Island man last year.
When it comes to minor offenses such as drinking in public and turnstile jumping, a City Council plan would result in tickets, not arrests.