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Reports and Investigations

Recent Reports

July 2010
Recommendations for the Management of Bed Bugs in New York City
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June 2010
Report to the New York City Charter Revision Commission
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April 2010
"Panel on Regulatory Review": An overview on the City's Regulatory Review panel.
press release | download full report

October 2009
‘Access to Mammography in New York City’: Facility Wait Times, Locations and Proximity to Transportation’ - details New York City’s women’s access to screening mammograms.
press release | download full report

August 2009
Age-Friendly NYC: Enhancing Our City’s Livability for Older New Yorkers: 59 initiatives aimed at making New York a more livable City for its growing senior population.
more information | press release | download full report

June 2009
Working Group on Mayoral Control and School Governance

May 2009
"Food Retail Expansion to Support Health" (FRESH) - Comprehensive strategies to encourage the opening of new grocery stores and help existing operators upgrade stores in targeted neighborhoods.
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November 2008
EBT Foodstamps Can be Used for Fresh Food at Greenmarkets (pdf)

September 2008
New York City Council Federal Agenda FY 2008 - 2009

Primary Care Initiative Report (pdf)
Health care - rather than sick care - requires preventive and primary services. With more than half of New York City communities facing significant shortages of primary care physicians who serve low-income New Yorkers, those New Yorkers disproportionately rely on emergency roomservices for health care. Click here to find out more on the PCI Report.

June 2008
City Council Fiscal Year Adopted Expense Budget Schedule C
Schedule C of the City Budget includes those items that are funded through the City Council, including member-items, that were not executed through the executive budget.

  • A small number of organizations that were erroneously listed in Schedule C have been identified.  A list of these organizations is available here.

Milk Money: Council Report Shows 86% of Surveyed Stores Overcharge for Milk
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May 2008
No Money in the Bank: Access to Financial Institutions for NYCHA Residents
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January 2008
Moving Forward: A Roadmap to Improving Transportation for New York City’s Disabled Population
in .pdf format
in .doc format
A series of focus groups conducted by the New York City Council in partnership with the City University of New York (CUNY) Office of Student Affairs and Graduate Program in Disability Studies illuminate the key challenges people with disabilities face within New York City’s transportation system.

October 2007
City Council Fiscal Year 2008 Adopted Expense Budget Schedule C - October 2007 Revision
City Council Fiscal Year 2008 Adopted Expense Budget - Disclosure of Council Discretionary Allocations
The Schedule C of the City Budget includes those items that are funded through the City Council, including member items, that were not executed through the executive budget.

September 2007
6-month Check Up: Are Hospitals Letting Patients Know about Financial Assistance Programs?
This report analyzes the effectiveness of “Manny’s Law,” a new State law, designed to help the most vulnerable of uninsured New Yorkers. Manny’s law requires all New York State hospitals to develop and administer a financial assistance program as a condition of receiving funding from New York State.

New York City Council Federal Agenda
The City Council's federal agenda outlines legislation that the Speake and Council deem important to the welfare and growth of the City and its inhabitants, including the State Child Health Insurance Program, addressing affordable housing, and the 9/11 Health and Compensation Act.

August 2007
New York City Council Middle School Task Force Report
In orderto address the persistent low performance of New York City’s middle-grade schools, City Council Speaker Christine C. Quinn appointed the New York City Council Middle School Task Force in March 2007 to develop recommendations aimed at creating successful, supportive and diverse learning environments in the middle-grades that result in improved academic achievement, positive youth development and strengthened families and communities.

June 2007
City Council Fiscal Year Adopted Expense Budget Schedule C
Schedule C of the City Budget includes those items that are funded through the City Council, including member-items, that were not executed through the executive budget.