Today I was at St. Patrick’s Cathedral for the funeral for Officer Jason Rivera, killed in the line of duty last Friday together with his partner Officer Wilbert Mora. My heart breaks for their families and the uptown communities which knew and loved them so dearly.
Out of this month of tragedies has… Read more
This would leave many tenants battered by the pandemic vulnerable to losing their homes and exacerbate the current Covid case surge our city is battling. The neighborhoods hit hardest by the pandemic mirror the neighborhoods that are most vulnerable to Covid. We cannot have evicted tenants being forced onto the streets or into congregate shelters… Read more
I have been focused intensely on the fight against NYC’s ongoing omicron wave. Thankfully it appears we are now plateauing, but the enormous number of New Yorkers still getting sick—and hospitalized—is continuing to disrupt our city in profound ways. Read the full newsletter HERE.… Read more
TODAY! NYC, let's make 2023 a strong year for civic engagement.
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As a city of immigrants, NYC is proud to help meet federal obligations to asylum seekers. But NYC elected officials are clear: the federal gov't should bear the cost.
Letter w/ @nycpa, @bronxbp, @BKBPReynoso, @MBPMarkLevine & 28 members of @nyccouncil to President Biden & FEMA:
Happy Lunar New Year from the Manhattan Borough President's Office! May this year bring you and your family health, happiness and prosperity. #LunarNewYear #YearOfTheRabbit