NYC will be sending second notices to 4,590 residents in February of 2015 and we welcome your help in alerting clients to this mailing. Dorego dealt with the Finance officials on Glenwood’s behalf and complained about the agency treating the firm’s properties aggressively” on assessment issues. The E-Accountability Foundation is a 501(C)3 organization that holds people accountable for their actions online and, through the internet, seeks to bring justice to anyone who has been harmed without reason.
It is beyond question that a commissioner cannot ask for something from someone who comes before his or her agency — in this case annual property- tax assessments that result in the imposition of higher or lower taxes,” the report said, citing an abuse of authority that violated city conflict of interest rules. If you’ve received a letter from Tower only the amount of the original tax lien amount is shown on the letter.
Official oversight for this project rested with a three-person panel including Mayor Bloomberg’s Budget Director Mark Page, a representative for than Comptroller Bill Thompson, and Joel Bondy, who led the Office of Payroll Administration up until he was fired after the first indictments came down last year. Technodyne’s lobbyists include former Bloomberg Department of Information Technology and Telecommunications Commissioner Gino Menchini and Agostino Cangemi, who also held key posts in both administrations.
The Office of the General Counsel includes the legal, investigative, disciplinary, labor, compliance, and audit offices of the Department of Education. Kern still gets my vote as the number 1 worst judge in terms of fairnesss for Plaintiffs/Petitioners at the NYC Supreme Court. NYC employee’s financial and emotional lives hang in the balance and all options should be aired openly and honestly to find the most effective way of dealing with the fiscal problems of today.
It forces NYC agencies to do more with less, while negatively impacting society to a lesser degree, as opposed to sending thousands of workers into a very poor job market. The New York City Department of Finance wants you to know that you can now contest Parking and Environmental Control Board tickets on-line! On March 15, 2011, Comptroller Liu registered a $95M fixed-price contract for the project, with an agreement of increased communication with his office on ongoing budget matters.