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February 21, 2020City taxpayers pay 71% on MTA non-toll, non-federal revenues.
Blog State Budget
February 20, 2020Under 2? It's True! (This time.)
Blog Public Workforce
February 18, 2020The agreements should include greater savings, including workrule changes, to offset the impact of these increased costs.
Podcast episode City Budget
February 14, 20202020. Welcome to the new decade! It’s Andrew Cuomo’s 10th year as Governor, Bill de Blasio’s 7th year as Mayor, and it promises to be a busy year in New York politics.
Alyssa Katz of The City and Laura Nahmias of the Daily News Editorial Board discuss policy priorities as the State and City legislative sessions begin.
February 10, 2020The Executive Budget increases aid more than is needed to fund an SBE at a time when the State is proposing to close significant gaps.
Podcast episode Housing
January 30, 20206 months is the time the New York City Housing Authority has to develop a reorganization plan. In this episode NYCHA Chair & CEO Greg Russ discusses working with the federal monitor to facilitate change, working with residents to instill confidence, and what needs to happen at NYCHA to make it a high-performing agency that can ably serve its 380,000 residents.
Special Feature Housing
January 28, 2020This infographic presents a snapshot of NYCHA's Operating Budget, Capital Budget, and capital needs.
January 28, 2020NYCHA Chair & CEO Gregory Russ joined CBC to discuss public housing in a fireside chat with CBC President Andrew Rein.
Blog City Budget
January 28, 2020Spending is up by almost $20 billion. Here's where it went.
Statement State Budget
January 22, 2020As details of the Governor’s plan are examined over the coming weeks and months, CBC will release additional analysis and commentary.
Podcast episode State Budget
January 22, 20207 days since the start of budget season, which commenced this year with the New York City Preliminary Budget released on January 16th. The State Budget, released just yesterday, may have a significant impact on the City’s finances this year: with the State facing a large budget gap, the Executive Budget proposes reorganizing school aid formulas and restructuring the local obligation with respect to Medicaid funding. CBC President Andrew Rein joins the pod.
Statement City Budget
January 16, 2020The budget presented today holds the line on new spending programs. However, it misses the opportunity to further improve the City’s preparedness for looming risk.
January 13, 2020While housing is the largest share of spending for most households, a more robust picture of affordability also should include transportation costs.
Blog State Budget
January 09, 2020As New York State aims to remedy the current year deficit and close next year’s budget gap, State leaders should be striving to prepare the State for the future.
December 18, 2019The City should work with the MTA to assure that Access-A-Ride will achieve firm financial footing while providing a cost-effective and efficient service.
Letter Economic Development
December 18, 2019CBC urges Governor Cuomo to sign A7476/S5445, which will authorize the Office of the State Comptroller to audit local development corporations.
Report Economic Development
December 17, 2019This report assesses REDC design and implementation based on best practices identified through case studies of successful local revitalization efforts in the U.S.
Report Health Care
December 16, 2019This report analyzes the system’s finances, compares H+H to other providers in the City, and outlines options to right-size the City subsidy and improve H+H's fiscal future.
Press Release Health Care
December 16, 2019Majority of H+H Deficit was due to low revenue for care to Medicaid patients, not uncompensated care for the uninsured.
December 12, 2019We ask that the MTA Board work with MTA staff to revise the regulations to not mandate automatic debarment.