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McKinsey gets an even bigger contract to quell violence at city jails.
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Revised proposal would vastly broaden definition of lobbying to include conversations between reporters and PR consultants.
The gap resulted from an incorrect assumption by the administration and the council that the shelter population would trend downward by the end of the year thanks to new subsidy and homelessness-prevention programs.
Cluster sites—privately owned apartments leased and overseen by shelter operators—are notorious for filthy and sometimes dangerous conditions.
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A change to the Women, Infants and Children nutrition program would also worsen food deserts, advocates say.
Most affordable units being built under the city's watch will transition to market-rate rentals in as soon as 30 years
Mayor Bill de Blasio's administration started the Living in Communities, or LINC, voucher program in September 2014 to move families out of shelters and into stable housing.
David Offensend and Henry Gutman, then-members of the Brooklyn Bridge Park’s board of directors, were quick to sign purchasing agreements for apartments at the Pierhouse in March 2014.