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NYC slated to get 3,000 new child care seats this fall, Hochul says

July 26 | Amy Zimmer, Chalkbeat

New York City is expected to see nearly 3,000 new child care slots start opening this fall in areas considered “deserts” for such programs, Gov. Kathy Hochul announced Monday. The state issued $70 million in grants to get new centers off the ground for this first round and are promising more to come, using money […]

Elizabeth Crowley attracts GOP, real estate donors in democratic primary

July 25 | George Joseph and Shantel Destra, THE CITY

This article was originally published on Jul 22 7:30pm EDT by THE CITY. Four years ago, a socialist bartender named Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez shocked the political world by unseating Congressman Joe Crowley, Queens’ longtime Democratic party boss. Now, the Crowley clan has a chance to get revenge. Former City Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley, Joe’s cousin, is running […]

Opinions & Observations: Cuomo and de Blasio are MIA concerning congestion pricing

March 3 | By Larry Penner

When it comes to the actual implementation of Congestion Pricing, there is more to the story than just the Federal Highway Administration issuing future guidance on how the MTA should proceed with the NEPA process (probably an Environmental Impact Statement) followed by issuing a finding. After Washington does its part, it will be up to […]

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