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A state study of microstamping was due by December 2022, but it’s not estimated to be wrapped up until later in 2023.

Ana Almanzar previously served as an official in the Cuomo administration.

The city is attempting to moderate its ongoing migrant and homelessness crises by passing a package of bills aimed at making it easier — and cheaper — to find housing.

The withholding of more granular and precise information comes amid scrutiny over the reporting and accuracy of the city’s data on migrants.

Robert Hayes was a 26-year-old Wall Street attorney when he took on a pro bono case that would redefine the way New York City handles homelessness.

Top budget officials within the mayor’s office are sounding the alarm over the ongoing migrant crisis. They’re warning that more cuts are still coming.

Staffing shortages last summer led to cutting hours that New Yorkers could spend at some pools and beaches.

Adams and Hochul presented a united front Monday, urging the feds to expedite work approvals for asylum seekers.

The Adams administration is proposing cutting a combined $12 million from programs during the 2024 fiscal year, along with a reduction of $5.6 million in following years.