"My house gets flooded every single year,” 16-year old Diana Ramirez told City Limits, one of many New York City youth who ...
"We know the world can only reach its greenhouse gas emission reduction goals by effectively addressing the environmental ...
"For me and for my staff at the Department of Citywide Administrative Services (DCAS), it's a time for not only great ...
From “good cause” carve outs to adjusted IAI caps, City Limits breaks down how major planks of the state budget deal will ...
"Schools can turn Open School Streets into canvases for students to reimagine what their communities can and should look like ...
Viewed in isolation, a proposal to exempt small residential portfolios from new good cause eviction protections could exclude ...
About 17 percent of migrants in the city's shelter system are from African countries, City Hall said;  around 81 percent of ...
Dozens of young New Yorkers gathered at City Hall Thursday calling for the city to expand support for journalism programs and ...
"As a voice and advocate for my community, including my neighbors, friends and residents, it is important for me to ensure ...
Introduced in September as the third column in Adams’ City of Yes Initiative—following separate proposals related to climate ...
"The 60-day shelter limit runs counter to the very purpose of shelters: to keep vulnerable homeless families and individuals ...
Legislation introduced in the City Council Thursday would stop government agencies from buying water in plastic bottles ...