City Limits on Thursday hosted a panel conversation about the plans being pitched to drum up funding for the city’s public housing system. What is RAD/PACT and the new Preservation Trust, how do they differ from traditional Section 9, and what does each option mean for tenants?
Dirty bath water and a slew of apartment rejections test the faith of three single moms trying to get out of the city’s homeless shelter system. After 14 months, Johanna Garcia finally found an apartment for her and her children—but the journey wasn’t easy, and the average length of stay in shelter for families like hers is only getting longer, new data shows.
In New York City, 446,432 Democrats and 50,337 Republican cast ballots for governor on Tuesday—a sleepy election day during a redistricting year that’ll ask voters to return to the polls in August for a second primary.
Hear directly from the Democratic candidates running for two Assembly seats representing Throggs Neck, City Island and Pelham Bay (District 82) and Riverdale, Kingsbridge and Norwood (District 81), who sparred off in debates hosted by BronxTalk and co-sponsored by City Limits.
As Vanessa Gibson prepares to take office as the borough’s leader next month, three Bronx “beeps”—Robert Abrams, Adolfo Carrión Jr. and current Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr.— sat down to discuss the role of the office, their most memorable moments and advice for their successor.
Homelessness survivors played a lead role in creating a video voters’ guide on family homelessness starring Eric Adams, Shaun Donovan, Kathryn Garcia, Ray McGuire, Dianne Morales and Scott Stringer.
City Limits hosted a mayoral forum on aging, quizzing the candidates on how they would serve their older constituents when it comes to affordable housing, discrimination in the workplace, social services, internet access and street safety.
Tune in to City Limits’ mayoral forum on aging policy on Wednesday, April 14, 2021 with candidates Eric Adams, Shaun Donovan, Kathryn Garcia and Ray McGuire.
From subways and buses to bikes and ferries, the people who win this year’s elections for mayor and other city offices will not only shape how New Yorkers get around, but also how public space and taxpayer money gets used.