Dana Rubinstein

M.T.A. puts out a capital plan with a big hole :

Plan offers no new ideas for filling $15.2 billion gap

Bio: Dana Rubinstein is a reporter for Capital. She has written for Bloomberg Businessweek, the Wall Street Journal, the New York Times, the New York Observer, and the Brooklyn Paper.

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M.T.A. puts out a capital plan with a big hole

Plan offers no new ideas for filling $15.2 billion gap

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De Blasio promises to ‘take a look’ at pied-à-terre tax

On Tuesday morning, Mayor Bill de Blasio promised to take a look at a proposal for a pied-à-terre tax

12:45 p.m.

 
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Genting consultant offers $75 for local supporters

A Genting consultant has offered to pay recruiters $75 to recruiters for each local they can turn out to tomorrow's Gaming Facility Location Board's public hearing in Poughkeepsie

Sep. 22, 2014

 
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Trottenberg: Central Park needs more bike enforcement

Comments follow death of pedestrian struck by cyclist

Sep. 22, 2014

 
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Could de Blasio do a pied-à-terre tax?

Fiscal Policy Institute will issue report urging mayor to tax wealthy nonresidents

Sep. 22, 2014

 
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Why the M.T.A. runs anti-Muslim ads

Precedent set by New York magazine and Rudy Giuliani constrains action on 'high throw-up content'

Sep. 19, 2014

 
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After city cuts rates, rec center membership jumps

More New Yorkers are using New York City's recreation centers now that the city has lowered rates for people between 18 and 24 years old

Sep. 19, 2014

 
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City delays Taxi of Tomorrow-friendly regulation

The city will delay implementation of a late-Bloomberg-era regulation that was intended to salvage the Taxi of Tomorrow program

Sep. 18, 2014

 
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De Blasio: Horse-carriage bill coming ‘very, very soon’

'I've said very simply, you know, we should not have horse carriages on the streets of New York City,' the mayor said.

Sep. 18, 2014

 
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Mayor and Council strain under the weight of a horse pledge

Promised carriage ban is late in coming, and has put council members in a bind

Sep. 18, 2014