The New York City Council’s Common-Sense Caucus will prioritize quality of life issues to improve the everyday experience of living, working and raising families in New York City. New York City’s charm is rooted in having the opportunity to live life with the benefit of both a big city and a small town. Each of New York City’s neighborhoods are unique unto themselves, with their own culture, architecture, entertainment and even their own local histories. And of course, whichever neighborhood one calls home, a connection to economic opportunities that only a big city can offer. Whether an entrepreneur, teacher, healthcare worker, banker, municipal employee, union laborer or in one of countless other professions, there is opportunity to build a better life for your family. The mosaic is beautiful and has been historically appreciated by both city natives and those wanderers who found their place in this world as a New Yorker.