Mayor de Blasio Delivers Remarks at Battery Park Police Memorial Wall Ceremony. Battery Park 385 South End Ave Manhattan October 13, 2017
Mayor de Blasio Discusses Plans for Manhattan Waterfront Greenway Expansion East 51st Street and Beekman Place Manhattan September 29, 2017 Official NYC video
Mayor de Blasio Makes An Announcement Regarding the City Parks System Joseph Sauer Park 532 East 12th Street
New York, NY 10009. NYC Mayor’s Office official video
Mayor de Blasio Holds Cabinet Meeting Photo Spray . The American Negro Theater at the Schomburg Center for Research in Black Culture 515 Malcolm X Boulevard Harlem. NYC Mayor’s Office official video
NYC Mayor’s Office – The City vows its unwavering support for the Paris Climate Accord • The First Lady launches the NYC Unity Project, providing agency services to LGBTQ youth • A new law will better serve the City’s billion-dollar nightlife industry and build stronger relations between hospitality businesses and communities. Official City Hall video
Mayor Bill de Blasio and First Lady McCray holds a media availability with DREAMers and community leaders regarding the Trump administration’s decision to rescind the DACA program.
City Hall – Rotunda Manhattan September 5, 2017
Mayor de Blasio Signs Tobacco Bills and Holds Media Availability NYC Health + Hospitals/Kings County T-Building, 2nd Floor Auditorium 451 Clarkson Avenue Brooklyn . NYC Mayor’s Office official video
MAYOR DE BLASIO SIGNS LEGISLATION TO BETTER PROMOTE HEALTH, TENANT PROTECTIONS AND FAIRNESS FOR ALL NEW YORKERS
Signs legislation to increases protections for tenants, improve the health of all New Yorkers, cracks down on those who violate construction codes, and help keep seniors in their homes
Mayor Bill de Blasio today held public hearings for, and signed, two pieces of legislation into law. Intro. 1676 raises the maximum qualifying income for real estate tax exemptions for low-income senior citizen and disabled homeowners; Intro. 1676 raises the maximum qualifying income for real estate tax exemptions for low-income senior citizen and disabled homeowners; Intro. 1677 continues a surcharge on wireless communications service in order to fund for emergency 911 services. The Mayor also held public hearings for 25 other bills, including a package of bills aimed at decreasing smoking, Intro.1131-B, 1471-A, 1532-A, 1544-B, 1547-A, 1585-A, 484-A, a package of bills cracking down on tenant harassment, Intro. 347-B 1530-A,1548-A, 1549-A, 1556-A, Intro. 1133 and a package of bills championed by the Stand for Tenant Safety coalition, Intro. 918-A, 924-A, 926-A, 930-A, 931-B, 936-A, 938-A, 939-A, 940-A, 944-A, 1523-A.
Gracie Mansion 88th Street and East End Avenue. NYC Official video