“The Committee on Fire and Emergency Management is considering legislation proposed by Councilman I. Daneek Miller, who chairs the Committee on Civil Service and Labor, to require that the FDNY closely track and publicly report on the EMS attrition rate.”
The Chief Leader: https://thechiefleader.com/news/news_of_the_week/emts-quitting-to-take-firefighter-jobs-causing-ambulance-crew-shortages/article_8633516a-43a6-11ea-8901-ef6274dab2ce.html
Two bills co-sponsored by Councilmen Daneek Miller (D-St.Albans) and Ben Kallos (D-Manhattan) would establish a city-run retirement savings program that would be funded through an after-taxes payroll deduction.
Under the Miller-Kalos Plan, companies that have 10 or more employees would be covered if they do not offer some sort of retirement savings program.
Queens Chronicle: Miller touts city-run retirement accounts
On Wednesday, Council Members Helen Rosenthal (D-Manhattan) and I. Daneek Miller (D-Queens) introduced two pieces of legislation, one of which would make it illegal to possess or dispose of unfinished receivers, i.e., the gun frames to which the other components attach. Those pieces may be available online, or even 3-D printed; in any case, the frames lack serial numbers, meaning law enforcement can’t easily track them and owners can avoid permitting and background check requirements.
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