The buyout program for Superstorm Sandy damaged homes was expanded.
During a roundtable on the state budget, the mayor said colocations were still the city's decision.
The mayor claimed victory after Albany passed a budget with $300 million per year in UPK funding.
The state's finalized budget allocated $1.1 billion in education aid for 2014-15.
The community presented its resiliency projects to be considered for state funding Monday night.
Tax records show wide gaps between what the state paid and what the city said homes were worth.
The state Senate offered $2.7 billion over 5 years for UPK and after-school, but won't permit a tax.
The mayor's poll numbers lagged behind Cuomo's numbers as the two face off over universal pre-K.
The mayor vowed to more than double the number of middle school after-school slots by the fall of 2014.
A new plan from Gov. Cuomo to restore SNAP benefits would help the city, advocates said.
The MTA board approved Gov. Cuomo's discount for Staten Islanders using the Verrazano Bridge.
Supporters want Interfaith to remain full-service despite the governor's plan to alter hospitals.
De Blasio has failed to shore up support among lawmakers, even in his own backyard, officials say.
The federal government approved a plan to reinvest $8 billion into New York's health care system.
State Senate co-leader Dean Skelos said Mayor Bill de Blasio's plan would not come to vote in Albany.
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