City Councilman Fernando Carbrera (D-Bronx) submitted the proposal to the Council to be drafted into a bill in the hopes that it will “reduce the city’s expenditures on office space by reducing the size of the on-site workforce.”
Every day, people from all over New York travel to the ATM at the East 22nd Street branch of KeyBank in Manhattan and wait more than two hours for their chance at the machine. Why? One reason is to avoid the fees they'd get hit with by withdrawing their unemployment benefits from many other banks' ATM. Unemployment benefits are distributed via KeyBank debit cards sent to residents; unfortunately, there are only two KeyBank branches in NYC and one of them is closed due to the pandemic. There are...
New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo on Tuesday called recent looting and unrest in New York City "inexcusable," publicly blaming Mayor Bill de Blasio and the New York City Police Department and suggesting that he could override de Blasio to send the National Guard into the city.
New York building workers adjust amid the coronavirus crisis
NYC is now predicting re-opening could occur in the first or second week of June, but has not announced a specific start date as of yet.
‘Even though there’s a strong rhetoric of ‘We’re all in it together’, that’s not really the case’
Mayor Bill de Blasio said that the city would "restart smart" with significant testing and contact tracing.
The coronavirus pandemic has doubled the number of people in New York City experiencing food insecurity, Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) said Thursday."We're dealing with an unprecedented crisis," de Blasio said Thursday