The mayor and residents engaged on a variety of topics, including NYCHA, youth issues and affordability.
The de Blasio administration is supposed to be more transparent than any of its predecessors. On a practical level, that only matters if they get around to showing you the stuff you need to see.
And what ever happened to the mayor’s push to change state law on the release of police disciplinary files?
Approximately 7:40 AM — Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito appears Live on MSNBC’s Morning Joe to Discuss Puerto Rico Hurricane Maria Aftermath. 9:45 AM – First Lady Chirlane McCray participates in a press conference on the steps of Brooklyn Borough Hall hosted by CAMBA, to help promote parental and familial acceptance of LGBTQ youth. The First Lady will be joined by the Vice President of CAMBA, Angeles Delgado. Brooklyn Borough Hall, 209 Joralemon Street, Brooklyn. Approximately 10:30 AM— Mark-ViveritoAppears Live on WNYC’s The Brian Lehrer Show (93.9FM, www.wnyc.org)
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The minister said the city’s budget was extremely vulnerable to an economic downturn, blamed big government for racial disparities and says he’d still vote for Donald Trump.