NYC, rental prices, decreasing

March 7, 2018 A recent article of the Wall Street Journal announces great news, NYC rental prices are moving in the right direction as rent prices have lowered quite a bit in response to a boom of new available housing. NYC rental prices have had a market response as the increase in the supply of […]

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MTA Transit In Desperate Need of Repair and Modernization

August 03,2017 MTA transit, with the right direction and oversight, can and will improve the daily lives and commutes of New Yorkers. MTA has always been an integral part to the rapid flow of people and energy in NYC. With consistent train delays, and several track derailments within the past 5 years, the MTA has […]

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Best service we can offer immigrants is a good public school system

July 29, 2017 For generations, NYC has been the place to go to for all types of immigrants, who refuge into America from oppression and poverty abroad. New York City’s status as a sanctuary city is one that is historically valid. However for NYC to continue having that status, and if we are welcome more […]

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Homeless

July 22, 2017 The homeless population is a huge problem we see too often in NYC.  It’s a problem that has existed since the dawn of time on this planet, and yet it is spreading rampant in 2017. How do we as public servants help this group of people that have fallen behind in society? […]

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Invitation For Procreation: How the LGBT Community Can Help NYC Grow

July 16, 2017 NYC has long been a city defined by its people. What was once a gathering place for Native Americans soon became a settlement for European immigrants. This settlement of European immigrants is now a city of 8 million people and counting. To ensure that NYC continues grow, we have to ensure that […]

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