Fiscal Intelligence

Fiscal analysis that enables educators, small business owners, and community organizers to make informed decisions.

Tag: NYC

New York City Public School Demographics

State of New York City’s Housing and Neighborhoods in 2013

Universal Free Lunch in New York City Schools

TEACHERS’ EXPECTED NEW SALARIES AND OWED RETRO IF CONTRACT IS RATIFIED

A Statistical Potrait of New York City’s Public School Teachers

After School Program for Middle School Students

Choice, Accountability, and Achievement by Charles Upton Sahm, City Journal 9 January 2014

Choice, Accountability, and Achievement by Charles Upton Sahm, City Journal 9 January 2014.

TAXI MEDALLIONS – Decision upholds constitutionality of state law

 

Oral arguments were heard on April 24, 2013, and the Court issued a ruling in early June. The ruling was in the City’s favor. Therefore, the first sale of taxi medallions is planned for the fall of 2013.

<div style=”margin-bottom:5px”> <strong> <a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/LuisTaverasMBAMS/decision-upholds-constitutionality-of-state-law&#8221; title=”TAXI MEDALLIONS – Decision upholds constitutionality of state law” target=”_blank”>TAXI MEDALLIONS – Decision upholds constitutionality of state law</a> </strong> from <strong><a href=”http://www.slideshare.net/LuisTaverasMBAMS&#8221; target=”_blank”>Luis Taveras MBA, MS</a></strong> </div>

The Taylor Law

The Taylor Law (particularly the Triborough Amendment provision) expires on July 1st. What should Gov. Cuomo do?

The so-called Triborough Amendment, passed in 1982, prohibited public employers from “refus[ing] to continue all the terms of an expired agreement until a new agreement is negotiated” unless – importantly – the union went on strike.

 

The Pension Pain