2008_07_smallworld.jpgYesterday, Mayor Bloomberg signed Executive Order 120, which requires all city services to offer their services in Spanish, Chinese, Russian, Korean, Italian and French Creole--the top languages spoke in the city aside from English. The agencies and services must hire coordinators to developer a "Language Access policy" and provide interpretation services and translations of essential public documents. Mayor Bloomberg told reporters yesterday, noting 25% of residents do not speak English as their primary language, "No other place on earth can claim such incredible diversity. It is New York City's greatest historic strength. "