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Blog State Budget
February 20, 2020Under 2? It's True! (This time.)
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.
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.
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.
Blog State Budget
December 15, 2014Three questions for determining good uses of one-time revenues.
December 11, 2014CBC Breakfast with City Planning Commissioner Carl Weisbrod in December 2014.
Blog Health Care
November 03, 2014The New York State Department of Health has overseen dramatic changes in the state's healthcare system in recent years, including the passage of the federal Affordable Care Act and development of the state's own health care exchange website.
October 19, 2014While enhancing the use of technology in schools is a popular cause, the Smart Schools Bond Act is ill-conceived and deserves a "no" vote for three reasons discussed in this report.
October 15, 2014What are the challenges facing the New York State Education Department's (NYSED)?
October 01, 2014CBC Breakfast with NYC Housing Commissioner Vickie Been in October 2014.
September 28, 2014Two major challenges face the New York State Department of Transportation: undertaking a comprehensive needs assessment and identifying resources needed to implement a capital plan.
August 19, 2014The third in a series on affordable housing in New York City, this policy brief considers combined housing and transportation costs relative to income for a variety of housing types.
August 13, 2014Low transportation costs and high income make New York City relatively affordable when compared to other large cities in the United States.
August 05, 2014The policy brief, the first in a series on housing affordability, analyzes data from 22 U.S. cities to assess whether affordable housing is a nationwide problem or one particular to New York City.
June 01, 2014New U.S. Census data show New York maintained its position as the top per-pupil spender among states on public elementary-secondary education in 2012.