This past weekend, over 2,200 of you took part in “revolutionary civics in action.”
On Sunday we wrapped up our third Participatory Budgeting vote – the culmination of a process that empowers New Yorkers to decide how tax dollars are spent on projects in their neighborhoods.
We’ve got a great set of winning projects, that truly reflect a shared commitment to our public schools, parks, streets, libraries and environment. You voted for street safety, for new technology for student and adult learners, for innovative environmental projects, and to make our neighborhoods more livable and welcoming. I love the list, and will be proud to put these projects in the budget later this spring.
And the 2014 winning Participatory Budgeting projects are … Read more »