New Yorkers Demand Restitution For Property Damaged During Statewide FaceliftFrom updated roads to new bridges, New York is in the middle of a $100-billion facelift.
NYC Plans To Use Pension Fund Money To Support Affordable HousingThe city comptroller made a special note, saying part of the money is being set aside to help returning veterans get mortgages to buy affordable housing.
Stringer: Subway Delays Could Cost City's Economy Up To $389 Million A YearA report released Sunday by New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer said subway delays could be costing the city’s economy up to almost $400 million a year.
De Blasio, Stringer Announce Mutual Endorsements In 2017 ElectionUntil recently, Mayor Bill de Blasio and Comptroller Scott Stringer were political rivals.
New York City Divests Pension Funds From Private PrisonsNew York City has become the first government in the country to divest its pension funds from private prisons.
NYC Comptroller Releases Audit On Internet Speeds In City SchoolsAs 1010 WINS' Roger Stern reports, the city drafted a plan for upgrading classroom broadband ten years ago -- but Scott Stringer said on Sunday that bandwidth which made sense in 2007 is no longer enough.
Audit: MTA Fails To Keep Up With Scheduled Maintenance Of Subway Elevators, EscalatorsA new audit finds the Metropolitan Transportation Authority hasn't been conducting all the scheduled maintenance on its escalators and elevators.
Best Of Mike Francesa: Reaction To Hesitancy To Cancel Marathon After Superstorm SandyAs Bloomberg continued to defend his decision, WFAN's Mike Francesa took issue with the mayor when he opened his show on that Friday, Nov. 2, 2012.
Stringer: Trump Tax Plan Would Benefit Wealthiest New Yorkers, Hurt PoorA new analysis by city Comptroller Scott Stringer shows the impact of President Donald Trump’s proposed tax plan on New York City.
City Needs Plan To Deal With Explosion In Senior Population, Stringer SaysWith New York City’s population aging, Comptroller Scott Stringer said the city needs a path forward to help seniors age in their homes.
Comptroller: 10 Children Died In Months Leading Up To Zymere Perkins' DeathAnother scathing report involving the Administration for Children's Services has been revealed, this one uncovering more problems that may have allowed children to slip through the cracks with deadly results.
Report: NYC Booked $629 A Night Hotel Rooms To House HomelessThe report, issued Wednesday by Comptroller Scott Stringer, says the city booked 30 rooms at that rate on Sept. 19 and Sept. 20.

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