Brian Pascus

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Top 10 highest-paid New York City workers

The city’s highest-paid government employees come primarily from its housing authority and the Department of Health and Mental Hygiene, according to data newly...

Suozzi, a Democrat who has won in Republican strongholds, running for governor

U.S. Rep. Tom Suozzi is jumping into the 2022 Democratic primary, where he hopes the political capital he’s earned during two decades as...

City teaming with VC firm on new tech and climate-change fellowships

The New York City Economic Development Corp. is teaming up with Company Ventures, a local venture-capital firm, to create 12 fellowships for minority and...

City Council steps toward establishing a mayoral office for nonprofits

Pass the stuffing and prepare to add another portion of city government to your plate. The City Council’s government operations committee voted Monday...

New interactive ride generates effect of flight over city landmarks

The City that Never Sleeps is set to become the city seen from the sky.   A new interactive ride that simulates the effect...

How Biden’s Build Back Better bill will affect New York

New York stands to gain a lot if President Joe Biden's $2.1 trillion Build Back Better bill becomes law. Congressional Democrats in the...

Comptroller-elect Brad Lander calls to end 421-a tax abatement

Comptroller-elect Brad Lander on Wednesday declared his intention to use his power as the city’s chief fiscal officer to eliminate a property tax...

City Council speaker candidates call to end at-will employment

Five of the six leading candidates for the speaker’s chair in the City Council say employers should be required to show just cause...

How the legacy of racism lives on across New York City’s highways

The legacy of segregation and racism in New York City’s transportation system is under scrutiny following a tweet from Mayor-elect Eric Adams and...

Hochul woos Big Apple voters

Gov. Kathy Hochul seems to have found a second home in the City that Never Sleeps. New York’s first upstate governor since Franklin...

‘Tear the BQE down!’ Construction leaders entertain leveling aging roadway

One of the city’s infrastructure heavyweights called for the demolition of the Brooklyn-Queens Expressway at an Industry City early morning gathering, and neither...

Adams’ picks for kitchen cabinet align business, labor, non-profits

Members of mayor-elect Eric Adams’ transition team, which spoke to Crain's this week, is a diverse collection of CEOs, union leaders and executives...

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