Census 2020 Positions

May 21st, 2019

Census 2020 Positions

Eligibility: Must Reside in one of the following counties: Bronx, New York, Queens, or Richmond

Administrative Specialist
Application Deadline: 11:59p.m. Friday, June 28th

 
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May 10, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

May 10th, 2019

Developer’s proposed ferry link between Astoria and Upper East Side gains tentative support - Curbed
Ferry Extension to Upper East Side Being Discussed - Main Street Wire
NYS pols are targeting the favorite loophole of supertall developers - The Real Deal
Join a Smart Cities Tour and Workshop on the Footprint of Architect Joseph Lluís Sert - Untapped Cities
OPINION: James O’Neill: Crime reforms would make NYC more dangerous - New York Post
Harlem Church Plans 33-Story Tower, Files For Rezoning: Report - Patch
MTA SPINNING WHEELS ON BUS SCHEDULE CALCULATIONS, AUDIT FINDS - The City
City quietly pauses plans for private development at Brooklyn NYCHA site - Politico
Payphone-Replacing LinkNYC Kiosks Not Generating Projected Revenue - Gotham Gazette
Park Avenue: Flowers and Financiers, in the Thick of It All - The New York Times
Rent Guidelines Board votes in favor of increases on apartments, freeze on hotels - The Real Deal
Interactive Map Tracks NYC Evictions & The Landlords Who File For Them - Gothamist
De Blasio Administration Bans Alcohol Advertisements on City Property - CityLand
OP-ED: A watershed moment for Queens - Crain's New York Business
Louise Carroll Appointed Commissioner of HPD - CityLand
City Council approves package of 17 bills to strengthen tenant protections - The Real Deal
Development Brings 28 Below-Market Units, Preschool To UES - Patch
Naftali, Rockefeller are bringing a luxury condo tower to the UES - The Real Deal
Report: More NYC Landlords Are Charging Preferential Rents, A Potential Tool To Uproot Tenants - Gothamist

 

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May 3, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

May 3rd, 2019

Why Nearly 600 City Owned Apartments Sit Empty Amid a Housing Crisis - NY1
After Backlash, Personal Voter Information Is Removed by New York City - The New York Times
The Distressing Math of NYC’s Future Senior-Housing Need - City Limits
To Save Public Housing, New York Warily Considers a New Approach: Tear Some Down - The New York Times
Neighbors sue to block Extell’s UWS tower after city OKs amended plans - The Real Deal
Lenox Hill Hospital’s edible garden benefits patients as well as employees - PIX11
Inside the math shaping NYC’s rent regulation fight - The Real Deal
Legal Aid Sues NYPD For Fining E-Bike Delivery Workers Instead Of Their Bosses - Gothamist
POL PRODS DOT FOR SEPARATE WALK/BIKE LANES ON QUEENSBORO BRIDGE - The City
Jane’s Walk Weekend offers nearly 300 free walking tours around NYC - 6SqFt
Upper East Side Needs More Playgrounds, Comptroller Says - Patch
DEVELOPER FLOATS FERRY LINK BETWEEN UPPER EAST SIDE AND ASTORIA - The City
Nordstrom to Add Two Mini Stores in Its New York Expansion - The New York Times
Permits Filed For 109 East 79th Street On The Upper East Side, Manhattan - YIMBY
Charter Revision Commission Releases Preliminary Staff Report - CityLand

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April 26, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

May 3rd, 2019

De Blasio announced plan to upgrade 24 streets across NYC to speed up bus service - Daily News
After Previous Collapse, Where Does Push to Legalize E-Bikes and E-Scooters Stand in Albany? - NY1
NEW SNAG IN CITY’S PLAN FOR PRIVATE TOWERS IN PUBLIC HOUSING COMPLEX - The City
OPINION: For Resilient, Reliable Transport Across the City, Look No Further Than Ferries - City Limits
How Luxury Developers Use a Loophole to Build Soaring Towers for the Ultrarich in N.Y. - The New York Times
GOING UP: LONG FIGHT OVER SUBWAY ELEVATORS DOUBLES PRICE TAG - The City
Photos: Someone Smashed The Hell Out Of Dozens Of LinkNYC Kiosks - Gothamist
Yes, LinkNYC Kiosks Are Giant Data-Harvesting Surveillance Cameras, Obviously - Gothamist
Hospital for Special Surgery to revive FDR Drive project - Crain's New York Business
City considers demolishing and rebuilding 2 NYCHA sites - Politico
WHAT’S THE 311? STRANDED IN NEW YORK’S SERVICE HOTLINE DESERTS - The City
A Behind-the-Scenes Look at the Research Center Where Scientists Save Lives by Studying Blood - NY1
UES Councilman Proposes Pesticide Ban In City Parks - Patch
Your Guide To Which Universal Rent Control Measures Will Survive Albany - Gothamist
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April 19, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

April 23rd, 2019

Gale Brewer sues De Blasio, NYCHA to block UES high-rise - NY Post

PUBLIC FUNDING OF PRIVATE-SCHOOL SECURITY GROWS BY MILLIONS - The City
FAR-REACHING RENT REFORMS RESIST ALBANY CONSENSUS - The City
Dangerous Overcrowding Prompts NYPD To Halt Subways To Roosevelt Island And Its Cherry Blossom Festival - Gothamist
Why investors should scramble to buy parking garages north of 60th Street - The Real Deal
CIM Group acquires resi portion of UES luxury rental for $200M - The Real Deal
CB8 wrestles with existential land use identity question - Riverdale Press
NYC Greek Independence Day Parade 2019: Street Closures, Route - Patch
State legislators pass bill to increase tenant protections against unscrupulous landlords - Curbed
In de Blasio's City Hall, pro-development deputy mayor stood apart - Politico
MAYOR DE BLASIO VIOLATED ETHICS RULES IN SEEKING DONATIONS DESPITE WARNINGS, PROBE FINDS - The City
New York City Demystifies Social Service Benefits Screening - Government Technology
Upper East Side carriage house once owned by John D. Rockefeller Jr. seeks $19M - 6SqFt
UES Neighbors Fear Planned Residential Tower Will Enshroud Guggenheim In Shadows - Gothamist
Marymount School of New York lists UES townhouse for $32M - The Real Deal
As New York City makes limited changes to gifted programs, the regular admissions process yields predictable results - Chalkbeat
UES tennis bubble deal set - Our Town
A Ferry Subsidy of $24.75 a Ride? New York City’s Costs Are Ballooning - The New York Times
After Previous Collapse, Where Does Push to Legalize E-Bikes and E-Scooters Stand in Albany? - NY1
Amendment to close zoning loophole ‘misses the point wildly,’ says city council committee - Curbed NY
Highrise hoodwinkery has city zoning members seeing red - Real Estate Weekly
Op-Ed: Bill to close mechanical-void loophole would open can of worms - Craines
Lenox Hill hospital rebuild plan aims high - The Villager
LONG-DELAYED DEVELOPMENT AT HELL’S KITCHEN NYCHA SITE PULLED AFTER 14 YEARS - The City
Little-Used Community Land Trust Model for Affordable Housing May See Big Boost - Gotham Gazette

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April 12, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

April 12th, 2019

'IMMINENT' DOMAIN: UNCERTAIN SECOND AVE. SUBWAY PLANS PUT LOCALS ON EDGE - The City
‘Twitter cop’ connects with the community - The Villager
Chase to Open Branch at Ceruzzi Project on East 86th Street - Commercial Observer
Minor Identified As UES Vandal Who Painted Swastikas In Gym - Patch
Finance Meets Design at Cornell Tech's Collision Lab by WRNS Studio - Interior Design
Landlords are exploiting a key loophole to raise rents on thousands of apartments - Crain's New York Business
Midwood, EJS ink $95M construction loan for UES condo project - The Real Deal
Prospect of Tougher Rent Regulation Hits Rental Building Sales - The Wall Street Journal
Gary Barnett’s Extell gets $268M to refinance two dev sites - The Real Deal
A New Generation of Medical Office Space Arrives on the Upper East Side - Commercial Observer
Ikea’s first small-format store is opening in New York.

April 5, 2019 – Weekly News Roundup

April 7th, 2019

Glenwood Management refinances UES tower with $127M loan - The Real Deal
Will Congestion Pricing Create Parking Problems at the Periphery? - City Limits
Sutton Place Preservationists Sue To Block Esplanade Expansion - Patch
OLD CZECH NEW YORK – A GUIDED TOUR - Radio Praha
Short Film Shows NYC War On E-Bikes Through The Eyes Of Chinese Deliverymen - Gothamist
Nonprofit Gallery Featuring Immigrant Artists Opens On UES - Patch
Second Avenue subway extension could alter plans for Harlem development sites - New York Post
CITY HALL’S $369 MILLION RIVERBOAT GAMBLE ON FERRIES - The City
Politicians put off setting congestion pricing fee until after 2020 election - New York Post
Neighbors question Lenox Hill Plans - Our Town
COLUMN: Henry Stern and the four-legged liberal - Our Town
Elegy for an emerald emperor - Our Town
Meet The Fish Of The East River - Gothamist
Brewer may sue over U.E.S. public-private housing - The Villager
Roosevelt Island Operating Corporation could be pushed toward more transparency - amNewYork
City Officials Late in Naming Members to New Civic Engagement Commission - Gotham Gazette
Cuomo, lawmakers reach $175.5 billion budget deal - City & State
Democrats Quietly Dropped E-Scooter Legalization From The Budget - Gothamist
Street vendors argue against permits cap, cite research on 'synergistic' bond with storefronts - AM New York
MTA demands staffers start taking mass transit, stop parking illegally - New York Post
Hidden New York: Ice Cream and Cocktails on the UES - PIX 11
IKEA’s Upper East Side location opens on April 15 - 6sqft
Mayor taps Vicki Been as new housing czar - The Real Deal
Finding an affordable NYC apartment just got a bit easier - Curbed

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