Coronavirus Update: NYC Pools Likely Closed For Summer, Beaches Still To Be DecidedThe mayor said he wants to lower expectations, “just for everyone’s sanity.”
Coronavirus Update: Mayor Estimates NYC Will Suffer $7.4 Billion In Tax Revenue, Says Feds Should Cover LossMayor Bill de Blasio laid out a $89.3 billion budget proposal Thursday, saying it reflects four priorities: Keeping New Yorkers healthy, safe, with food on their tables and roofs over their heads.
Talking Points: After State Of The State Address, New Yorkers Brace For Possible Tax HikesAfter the governor’s State of the State address, it’s clear tax hikes could be on the way. But where should we expect them?
Take Hidden Costs Into Account When Budgeting For Your BusinessA budget is one of the most powerful financial management tools you can use to meet unplanned expenses, track revenues and monitor spending.
Mayor De Blasio Discusses Trump's Proposed Budget, Says President 'Should Remember Where He Comes From'Trump's proposal seeks to upend Washington with cuts to long-promised campaign targets like foreign aid and the Environmental Protection Agency as well as strong congressional favorites such as medical research, help for homeless veterans and community development grants.
Connecticut Gov. Malloy's Revised Budget Would Cut Over 1,000 State JobsWhile addressing a joint session of the General Assembly on the opening day of the new legislative session, the Democrat said Wednesday the jobs would be eliminated through attrition and "other means."
Critics: Mount Vernon Fire Department Understaffed, Needs More Overtime FundingCritics say Mount Vernon's approved overtime budget of $100,000 is unrealistic for any urban fire department.
Several MTA Projects At Risk In Funding DisputeA financial fight is threatening to shut down some Metropolitan Transportation Authority projects.
Best Salons In NYC For A Haircut On A BudgetHere are five salons that won't break the bank so you can feel your best without worrying about your budget.
MTA Asks NYC, State To Help Fund Trimmed-Down BudgetAmong other projects, the money would help pay for the next phase of the Second Avenue subway line.
De Blasio, Bratton Talk Police, Community Relations With Urban MinistersMayor 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.