This web site will supply Information
for those of us who live and work in New York City and proudly
refer to ourselves as "New Yorkers". The name I have
given my web site refers directly to you and to myself, The
New Yorker. The city is not just the large buildings and huge
conglomerates that seem to dominate the landscape. The city
is the people that make it all happen, The New Yorkers. Nobody
does it better, and everybody in the world knows it. This web
site is for us.
York Public Interest Research Group (NYPIRG)
is New York State's largest consumer, environmental and government
reform organization. Loaded with useful information.
Citizens for Tax Justice. An interesting source of information
for New Yorkers (or anybody else) that may want to know a little
bit more about our taxes.
For Senior New Yorkers. Medicare, Social Security, retirement
information and other links leading to valuable information
resources. This is a definite "must visit" web site
for any senior citizen.
New York Courts This is a very good web
site for anyone in New York that is interested (everybody should
be)in our court system. The web site address was sent in by
one of our visitors who works for the Unified Court System. Thanks
The New York
City Campaign Finance Board
Local Law 8 of 1988, the New York
City Campaign Finance Board ("Board" or
"CFB") is included in the New York City
Charter as a result of a ballot proposition
approved by New York City voters in November
A free gateway to consumer
health and human services information
developed by the U.S. Department of Health and
Human Services. The site can lead you to
selected online publications, clearinghouses,
databases, web sites, and support and self-help
groups, as well as the government agencies and
not-for-profit organizations that produce
information for the public. Launched in April
1997, the site served Internet users over 1.7
million times in its first year online; in 1998,
the site received 53 million hits and 2,760,858
New York City Cops:
Overall, the finest group of men
and women in the entire country have managed to
keep the peace in the greatest city in the world.
This web page supports those efforts and the
sacrifices that are made by the families that
love them. God bless
them every one.
terrific place to find some much needed, but very
difficult to find information for the city
Labor Law For The New Yorker:
Civil Service Law
Employers' Liability Liability
Workers' Compensation Law
Where to find a little legal help:
New*** New York
Courts This is a
very good web site for anyone in New York that is
interested (everybody should be)in our court
system. The web site address was sent in by one
of our visitors who works for the Unified Court System. Thanks
United States Code A very
good place to find some legal info.
Civil Liberties Union This is a good place to find out
how your representative in congress is rated.
Services of Central New York, Inc. - Legal Services of
Central New York, Inc. is a federally funded
legal services program serving the needs of low
income and disabled residents of the central
region of New York State.
Privacy Your right to privacy regarding your medical
records among other things.
State Assembly: There us
a great deal of information to be found here. A major feature of this
site is the Assembly Legislative Information
System, with which you can review detailed
information on legislation in the current
two-year legislative session. You can read the
full text of a bill, check its current status in
the legislative process, and even browse the
sponsor's Memorandum in Support.
State Department of Health Home Page - Public health
information, data, and services for health care
consumers (disease fact sheets, vital records),
providers (ethics, health reform), and
researchers (reports, statistics).
State Comptroller's Office - The State Comptroller
is charged with auditing government operations
and operating the statewide Retirement Systems.
Immigration is transforming
New York City-New York City is in the midst of a demographic
transition, which will ultimately transform the cultural, economic,
and political life of the nation's largest city. More than 56%
of the city's population are foreign-born or the children of
Authority of New York-New Jersey