Assemblyman Michael DenDekker requested the comptroller's office audit Vision Zero
The city launched its much-anticipated municipal ID card program Monday.
School trays, some of which are made out of styrofoam, will also be switched to compostable material.
Mayor de Blasio invited some of the protests' organizers to meet with him on Friday morning.
Chief Philip Banks III rejected the first deputy commissioner role.
City Hall announces no discipline for top aide who failed to disclose she lived with convicted killer.
The mayor's wife and son attended separate meetings at which police brass grill commanders about crime.
The president of the detectives' union reminded his members that they're not a "punching bag."
During a roundtable on the state budget, the mayor said colocations were still the city's decision.
Mark-Viverito soared to the top council seat after rival Daniel Garodnick backed down.
Marti Adams joins a press shop packed with veterans of de Blasio's Public Advocate office and campaign.
De Blasio, the 109th mayor of the city, was publicly sworn into office by Bill Clinton Wednesday.
The trailer at One Police Plaza will leave the team with little access to police headquarters.
Jennifer Jones Austin and Carl Weisbrod will co-chair de Blasio's team as he gets ready to take charge.
Bill de Blasio will be the first Democratic mayor since David Dinkins was elected in 1989.
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