Such was the claim made by public advocate candidate JC Polanco at this week’s debate.
The documents, released ahead of a public meeting planned for Thursday, describe in what ways city agencies agree and disagree with community recommendations.
It is possible that as few as one in every 275 city voters tuned in to this week’s televised debates for the offices of public advocate and comptroller. Those who did turn it on saw exactly what a debate is supposed to show.
A Bronx church is both a place of worship and a community center that draws people of different religions and cultures in by providing resources that are inaccessible to them in traditional clinical facilities.
New statistics reveal the extent to which the de Blasio administration has favored for-profit developers, as well as evidence that non-profits build more deeply affordable housing.
Plus: Has de Blasio’s CCRB been too soft on bad cops?
De Blasio Surrogates Hit the Streets as Malliotakis Targets El Barrio: Official Schedules for Oct. 18
Also, the mayor appears at yet another town hall, and City Limits webcasts a key land-use meeting.