Councilman Mark Treyger said some principals in District 22 have tried to order devices through an approved vendor but haven't had any luck.
A bill to allow restaurants to add a 10 percent dining surcharge to help cover costs related to COVID-19.
A group of principals in the Bronx say that it’s unsafe for their schools to conduct classes outside because the neighborhoods around the buildings are riddled with drugs and violence.
Council Member Robert Cornegy Jr., who represents parts of Brooklyn, said reforming the police is a complicated balancing act.
The group set up tents late last month demanding the city defund the NYPD by $1 billion, but once the cut was made, many protesters remained in the encampment they had created.
The spending plan acknowledges protesters' demands to cut police spending but falls short of what activists sought.
City Council Speaker Corey Johnson said that the legislation will give delivery workers as many options to get around as possible now that businesses in the city are slowly reopening.
Hundreds of protesters have taken up camp outside of New York City Hall to demand that the Mayor and the City Council take a billion dollars away from the NYPD's budget.
Hundreds of protesters have taken up camp outside of New York City Hall to demand that the Mayor and the City Council to take a billion dollars away from the NYPD's budget.
The New York City Council signed a packaged of bills aimed at reforming the NYPD, while Attorney General Letitita James blasted the NYPD and Mayor De Blasio for ignoring invitations to testify about the NYPD's treatment of protesters.
The New York City Council passed into law a number of bills aimed at reforming the NYPD on Thursday.
The New York City Council has proposed $1 billion in cuts to New York City’s police spending in next year’s budget.
New York City will open some streets to pedestrians only during the pandemic.
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio said Monday that he spoke with President Donald Trump and Vice President Mike Pence about the city's urgent need for medical supplies to curb the spread of the coronavirus.
Efforts to contain the spread of the coronavirus have completely altered the usual New Yorker way of life, grinding the “city that never sleeps” to a halt in the last week after it became one of the nation's epicenters for the fast-spreading virus.
A new law that takes effect on Feb. 26, 2021, allows the city to impound your car if you incur a certain number of tickets unless you take a safe driving course overseen by the DOT.
New York Attorney General Letitia James has informed New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer that her office intends to sue the city for $810 million to help hundreds of taxi medallion owners who find themselves hundreds of thousands of dollars in the hole.
New legislation targets a small segment of city drivers, an estimated 5,000, who have racked up either five red-light camera tickets or 15 speed-camera violations in a year.
Leaders of the New York City Department of Buildings testified before the City Council’s Committee on Housing and Building on Monday in the aftermath of two recent deadly accidents where falling debris off building façades killed two pedestrians walking on the sidewalk.
Members of the New York City Department of Buildings testified before the City Council on Monday about their current inspection system, in the wake of two deaths caused by debris falling from building façades.