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Mayor Bloomberg Opens New Headquarters for Seamless, Digital Service for Ordering Delivery and Takeout Food
Mayor Bloomberg today joined Seamless, the nation’s leading digital service for ordering delivery and takeout food from thousands of top restaurants, to announce the opening of its New York City headquarters. The 28,000-square-foot office, located at 1065 Avenue of the Americas at 40th Street overlooking Bryant Park, is home to more than 140 of the company’s 240 total employees including the executive team, engineers, the marketing team, customer support and sales.
Tuesday, January 10, 2012
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Mayor Bloomberg Announces Opening of First Small Business Incubator in the Bronx, Part of City's Network of Affordable Office Space Designed to Foster Innovation and Create
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Mayor Bloomberg today announced the opening of the Sunshine Bronx Business Incubator, the first City-sponsored business incubator to be located in the Bronx. The Sunshine Bronx Business Incubator, which is housed in the historic BankNote Building at 890 Garrison Avenue in Hunts Point, will ultimately accommodate up to 400 entrepreneurs from the Bronx and across New York City over the next three years, and will further the City's efforts to encourage entrepreneurship and innovation across a variety of sectors.
Monday, January 9, 2012
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Mayor Bloomberg Announces Completion of Major Milestones in 911 System Overhaul Sought by the City for Decades
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Operations Cas Holloway, Police Commissioner Raymond W. Kelly, Fire Commissioner Salvatore J. Cassano and Information Technology Commissioner Carole Post today announced the completion of major milestones in the City's 911 emergency call system overhaul. For the first time in city history, 911 emergency call takers and dispatchers from the NYPD, FDNY and Emergency Medical Dispatch services are located on the same floor and operating on the same technology, improving inter-agency communications and emergency response.
Thursday, January 5, 2012
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Mayor Bloomberg, Speaker Quinn Announce More Than 500 Restaurants Have Gone Through the City's New Business Acceleration Program That Speeds up Job Creation
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn today announced that a total of 546 restaurants have opened using the services of the New Business Acceleration Team, a City Council initiative first announced in Speaker Quinn's 2009 State of the City address. The initiative allows restaurants to go through the City's permitting processes more quickly and speeds up the process of opening a new restaurant from six months to four.
Tuesday, January 3, 2012
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Mayor Bloomberg, Transportation Commissioner Sadik-Khan, and Police Commissioner Kelly Announce All-Time Record Low in Traffic Fatalities in 2011
Mayor Bloomberg, Department of Transportation Commissioner Sadik-Khan and Police Commissioner Kelly today released preliminary statistics showing that New York City will record the fewest annual traffic fatalities since records were first kept in 1910. As of December 27th, there were 237 traffic fatalities in 2011, 40 percent fewer than in 2001.
Thursday, December 29, 2011
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Mayor Bloomberg, Police Commissioner Kelly and Fire Commissioner Cassano Announce Near Record Public Safety Levels Maintained in 2011
Mayor Bloomberg, Police Commissioner Kelly and Fire Commissioner Cassano today announced that near record levels for public safety were maintained in 2011, with crime on the decline again and the second lowest number of fire deaths since comparable records have been kept. Prior to 2002, the city had not recorded fewer than 600 murders in a year since the early 1960s.
Wednesday, December 28, 2011
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Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor Gibbs, Health Commissioner Farley Announce New Yorkers Living Longer Than Ever, Outpacing National Trend
Mayor Bloomberg, Deputy Mayor for Health and Human Services Gibbs and Health Commissioner Dr. Farley today announced that, surpassing national figures, New Yorkers are living longer than ever before. Influenced by New York City's aggressive public health initiatives and improvements in the quality of the health care delivery system, babies born in New York City in 2009 have the record high life expectancy of 80.6 years, an increase of nearly three years since 2000 and nearly two and a half years more than the most recently reported national rate of 78.2 years.
Tuesday, December 27, 2011
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Mayor's Office Internship Program
Do you have an interest in public policy? In government? In public service? If so, an internship with the City of New York might be just right for you, and the Office of the Mayor is now accepting applications. From the Community Affairs Unit to the Office of Immigrant Affairs, the New York City Commission for the United Nations to the Mayor's Office of Special Projects and Events, and many more in between, the Office of the Mayor offers internships that help support the City of New York. Whether you're looking to see policy made first-hand, give back to your community, or get the tools you need to succeed in any office, there is a department within the Mayor's Office sure to capture your interest while furthering your professional development. Our internships are aimed at college and graduate students, can be semester or year-long commitments, and are non-salaried.
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Mayor Bloomberg Presents FY 2012 Preliminary Budget
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg today presented a Fiscal Year (FY) 2012 Preliminary Budget and an updated four-year financial plan. The Mayor outlined a plan to close a $4.58 billion deficit with no tax increases for New Yorkers and without additional cuts in City-funded services. The plan relies on $5.2 billion in savings generated though nine rounds of deficit closing actions taken by City agencies, additional tax revenues that reflect the Citys continually improving economy and $600 million in actions taken at the State level.
Thursday, February 17, 2011
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Mayor Bloomberg Releases 2005 Campaign Accountability Report
Mayor Bloomberg today released his third Campaign Accountability Report, showing that nearly a year and a half after Election Day 2005, 96% of the 100 campaign promises the Mayor made during the 2005 campaign have either been fully implemented or are currently being implemented.
Monday, May 7, 2007
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Public Safety Accomplishments

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Public Safety Initiatives

ArrowMayors Against Illegal Guns is a coalition of more than 500 mayors from more than 40 states and the District of Columbia who have joined forces to combat illegal guns.

NYC Card

Arrow Mayor Bloomberg Announces 50,000 'New York City Cards' Outlining Top Priorities in Washington and Albany Are Now Headed to Mailboxes of Every Large Political Donor in New York City.

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"MayorStat" reporting provides tracking of the commitment to reduce staff and budget in the Office of the Mayor.