It’s no secret that New York’s librarians are underpaid. But when four libraries shut down on the same Saturday, Bronx kids learned why low salaries hurt more than just librarians.
Lillian Wald project residents the City Housing Authority won’t respond to their job applications.
Staffing is so short that four Bronx branches of the public library system stayed shuttered one recent Saturday. Librarians blame rock-bottom salaries.
The city has released its latest list of dilapidated tax-delinquent buildings slated for the third-party transfer program.
An alliance of community groups kicks off a new tax-break accountability campaign with a protest in front of the New York Stock Exchange, which won a $1 billion subsidy to stay in NYC.
A website forum provides policy-hungry voters a chance to ask the Senate candidates all the questions they can think up–and they might even get answers!
Getting some useful information from the web’s confusing pile of government data gets a little easier with the launch of a new site.