City Council passes bills concerning autism and disability classification reporting. Contact us if you have any questions concerning these bills.
Cahill Strategies extends our deepest condolences to the family, friends, and colleagues of Assemblyman Michael Simanowitz.
Introduction 1688-A, which is sponsored by Espinal would establish a Nightlife Advisory Board and an Office of Nightlife.
New York City Small Business Services Begins New York City Construction Mentorship and Bond Readiness.
De Blasio is on the path to taxing the wealthy in New York City to get the transit done as quickly as possible.
The initiative on affordable housing is finally making progress. As part of the Mayor’s agenda, affordable housing has been recorded to be part of one fifth of de Blasio’s construction budget.
421-a is seeing a big change in its revived state.
As an elected official and Chair of the NYC Council Committee on Health, Johnson has fought for affordable health care in his community and doesn’t plan to stop fighting.
A new online service will comb government records for New York City 1.1 million rental properties, assigning ratings and reporting everything from safety violations to legal disputes.
There has been much anticipation for Penn Station’s “Summer of Hell” schedule, and today it has finally started its eight-week journey.