Among other projects, the money would help pay for the next phase of the Second Avenue subway line.
Mayor Bill de Blasio and Police Commissioner Bill Bratton met with urban ministers Tuesday following New York City’s decision to hire nearly 1,300 new police officers as part of its $78.5 billion budget agreement.
General Electric says the idea that it has been planning layoffs in Connecticut and plans to use the state’s just-passed budget as “cover” is completely untrue.
Danbury Mayor Mark Boughton is watching the situation at the capital carefully. He said cuts by the state could have a dramatic impact locally.
New York City Council wants to spend more to fix roads, however the money wasn’t outlined in the mayor’s original budget proposal.
The town of North Hempstead approved pay raises for employees this past week, but some are not happy about the increases.
Gov. Chris Christie says the state’s imperiled transportation trust fund is not “a crisis at the moment” and that talks with legislative leaders to replenish it continue.
It’s been a very long winter for many parts of the country, but in addition to being a nuisance, snowstorm after snowstorm could be costing us more than we think.
City officials said the funding will allow for the fire department to staff 45 additional ambulance shifts and employ 149 additional Emergency Medical Service dispatchers.
The Legislature is expected to unanimously approve a repeal of Nassau’s controversial speed camera program Monday.
Astorino said he is open to discussion regarding the budget, but not outside of what he called the markers: a balanced budget, no increase in county taxes, and no borrowing.
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For the fifth consecutive year, NJ TRANSIT approved a budget Wednesday that did not include any fare hikes.
New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie was interrupted several times Tuesday, as he defended his veto of a series of tax hikes to fund the state employee pension system.
New York City lawmakers have agreed on a $75 billion budget for the fiscal year that begins July 1.