According to a new report published Wednesday by the Independent Budget Office, more than a quarter of positions at the Civilian Complaint Review Board remain unfilled, and the vacancies are contributing to delays in investigating complaints of police misconduct.
The trend marks a reversal of four decades of growing or flat income inequality in the city.
Roughly 29% of all rent-stabilized units received preferential rent in 2017 compared to 23% in 2010.
To paraphrase a sodden Homer Simpson, NYC could do a lot of things if it had some money.
From 2002 to 2011, the shelter system saw a 204% increase in applicants who needed housing because they feared for their safety.
"It's becoming increasingly difficult to have a city salary and afford to be in the five boroughs."
Nearly 42% of high-income households who left the city in 2012 moved somewhere else in New York.
It's just a list of things that could happen if New York City was run by people who wanted what was best for the people of the city.
Last year NYC residents received $3.4 billion in food stamp benefits as well as $2.9 billion in supplemental security income and $1.4 billion in public assistance.
1%, 10%, 99%—what's what?!?
If you make close to $500,000, you're a 1% in NYC.
The city's Independent Budget Office says that Wall Street pay has
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