Skip to main content

District 27

I. Daneek Miller

Cambria Heights, Hollis, Jamaica, St. Albans, Queens Village, and Springfield Gardens

“The passage of Introduction 1604 represents a win for our civil servants and taxpayers alike,” said Miller, Chair of the Committee on Civil Service and Labor. “Unlike the previous law, this legislation will result in a data-rich report that prioritizes the prevention of injury or illness, and helps to save the city tens of millions of dollars in costly workers’ compensation claims.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

“Miller, co-chair of the Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus, said, “the effort represents the Council’s commitment to ensuring that students of receive access to cutting-edge, software-based learning that prepares them for the job market and beyond. We are so grateful to our partners and hopeful that the Hazel Dukes Education Initiative and pilot program will continue with the support of the Council and expand over the years.”

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

“This effort represents the Council’s commitment to ensuring that students of color receive access to cutting-edge, software-based learning that prepares them for the job market and beyond,” said City Council Member I. Daneek Miller, who co-chairs the Council’s Black, Latino, and Asian Caucus.”

Patch.com: https://patch.com/new-york/jamaica/3-jamaica-public-schools-will-get-new-laptops-learning-programs

40. I. Daneek Miller, New York City Councilman

“New York City Councilman I. Daneek Miller’s importance to city politics and the local labor movement can’t be challenged. The former president of the Amalgamated Transit Union Local 1056 has continued on the pro-labor path as an elected official. He chairs the Civil Service and Labor Committee and co-chaired the MTA Labor Coalition.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

“Now that the long-sought reconstruction of the old Jamaica Bus Depot is nearing realization, elected officials from the surrounding neighborhoods and from areas served by buses from the terminal are asking the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to adopt what they see as the most environmentally friendly of three proposed construction options. In a letter ‘expressing our disappointment’ to MTA Chairman and CEO Pat Foye and NYC Transit President Andy Byford dated Nov.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

“With MTA Bus planning to reconstruct and expand the existing Jamaica Bus Depot beginning in 2021, City Councilman I. Daneek Miller, state Senator Leroy Comrie and 16 other Queens elected officials sent a letter to MTA Chairman Patrick Foye and NYC Transit President Byford urging the agency to construct the new depot with enclosed parking, as opposed to the authority’s preferred plan of open-air parking.”

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

“Southeast Queens has dealt with flooding for decades,” City Councilman I. Daneek Miller said. “We’re glad to see DEP using their full toolbox of flood mitigation measures to alleviate this persistent problem for our residents, and look forward to seeing their full implementation throughout Cambria Heights and Queens Village. Our residents deserve an enhanced quality of life, and any efforts to reduce the burden that homeowners face in our community is welcome.”

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

“Technology has been part of the labor force since as long as both have existed. It’s not a new concept,” Miller said. “At the end of the day, we want to strike a balance between technology and innovation, and human work.”

City & State: “Officials question New York’s preparation for automation at Council hearing”

“Our immigrant brothers and sisters face the very real threat of deportation and separation from their families every day,” said Councilman I. Daneek Miller, Co-Chair of the Black, Latino/a, and Asian Caucus.

“This investment will go a long way in ensuring that they receive the support services they deserve as contributing members of our community.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE

“The men and women of the NYPD routinely confront danger with remarkable courage, accepting the possibility that each goodbye spoken before they walk out the door could be their last. Officer Brian Mulkeen displayed such resolve this past weekend when he gave his life so that our City can continue to live in safety, and we owe his family an eternal debt of gratitude for that sacrifice.

CLICK HERE TO READ MORE