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Mayor de Blasio Launches NYC Ferry Service Connecting Astoria, Roosevelt Island, LIC and Manhattan
AUG 29, 2017-Inaugural trip departs from Astoria at 6:30 a.m.; NYC Ferry has served over 1.5 million riders since boats first launched May 1 READ MORE
Mayor de Blasio Signs Sweeping Legislation to Curb Smoking, Tobacco Usage
AUG 28, 2017-Mayor Bill de Blasio today signed a series of bills to help reduce the number of smokers in New York City by 160,000 by 2020. READ MORE
Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña Announce Continuing Gains for NYC Students on State Exams
AUG 22, 2017-Mayor de Blasio and Chancellor Fariña Announce Continuing Gains for NYC Students on State Exams READ MORE
De Blasio Administration Announces Increased Security Measures for Upcoming J’Ouvert Celebration
AUG 21, 2017-Participants, Spectators Screened Prior to Entry – Additional Officers, Lighting and Cameras Provided READ MORE
Signs Legislation to Provide Low-Income New Yorkers with Access to Counsel for Wrongful Evictions
AUG 11, 2017-Mayor de Blasio Signs Legislation to Provide Low-Income New Yorkers with Access to Counsel for Wrongful Evictions READ MORE
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