Brush Up On These Five Ballot Proposals For November’s Election
Not only will New Yorkers be voting for the next mayor, comptroller, and city council members in the upcoming election, but five amendments to the state Constitution are also on the ballot — and they could take effect as soon as January 1. While these are statewide proposals, they may disproportionately impact New York City residents. We learned about these proposed initiatives at LMHQ’s first-person event held with the League of Women Voters. You’ll want to brush up on these proposals to be prepared to vote “yes” or “no” on the following amendments to the state…
Infuse Spooky Season With A Bit Of Magic At The Cauldron NYC
Dumbledore’s favorite watering hole has a ton of wizardry in store. This month, The…
Apply For Lower Manhattan Jump Start: A Free Program Providing A Path Toward Small Business Success
The Alliance for Downtown New York has opened applications for Lower Manhattan Jump…
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