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As the one year anniversary of Hurricane Sandy approaches next week, a panel of top city officials reaffirmed Tuesday what many already know: The city still has its work cut out for it.
“This isn’t quite a white flag of surrender, but it’s pretty close,” Council Speaker Christine Quinn told the Times.
"There's just an uncertainty to it all, a lack of leadership and coordination with some of these other organizations."
The masses left unsatisfied after the Bloomberg Administration's Free Vibrator Cockblocking of 2012 are still not satisfied—but Trojan says they're trying to get their giveaway buzzing again. And City Hall gives us hope it'll happen.
Yesterday, a judge halted the Bloomberg administration's proposal to permit livery cabs to pick up street hails in the outer boroughs and in upper Manhattan.
The city's attempt to consolidate its emergency communications system was supposed to be done in 2008 at a cost of $1.3 billion. Now it scheduled to end in 2015 at a cost of $2.3 billion.
The Independent Budget Office issued a report noting that the number of
If you think 911 is a joke, things may improve by 2009
Last night's Department of Transportation presentation to Park Slope's Community Board
This morning, the NY Times takes a look at the Mayor's
Elana Levin, 25, has a passion for organizing -- organizing people to
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