Dan in the News

May 1, 2017

A Tax Cut To Save The City’s Small Businesses

Council Member Garodnick's proposal to reform the commercial rent tax and support Manhattan small businesses is highlighted in a NY Post column.
Mar 28, 2017

Why I came around to backing the push to close Rikers Island

Council Member Garodnick pens op-ed detailing the reasons he supports closing Rikers Island.
Mar 2, 2017

Council members want NYPD to tell public what spy tools it uses

Discussion of benefits related to the Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology (POST) act introduced by Council Member Dan Garodnick.
Mar 2, 2017

NYC Might Force Cops To Reveal Secret Surveillance Tech

Council Member Dan Garodnick introduces the Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology (POST) act, which would eliminate secrecy and require NYPD to share general details of surveillance technology utilized.
Mar 2, 2017

A city council bill wants to force the NYPD to be more transparent about surveillance

Additional coverage of the Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology (POST) act introduced by Council Member Dan Garodnick on 3/1/17.
Mar 1, 2017


Overview of the Public Oversight of Surveillance Technology (POST) act introduced today by Council Member Dan Garodnick. The POST act would require the NYPD to detail how and with what authority it uses surveillance technologies.
Feb 17, 2017

Immigration Advocates Join Garodnick’s Second “Call to Action”

Panelists discuss immigrant and refugee issues during Council Member Garodnick's second post-election community forum, "Defending the Vulnerable: Call to Action on Immigration and the Refugee Crisis".
Feb 16, 2017

Garodnick asks city to investigate Quik Park rate increases in ST

Council Member Garodnick pens letter to Department of Consumer Affairs Commisioner to inquire about legitimacy of Quik Park rent increase.
Feb 16, 2017

Garodnick Leads Charge on Small Business Rent Tax Relief

The City Council Finance Committee held a hearing on Council Member Garodnick’s bill that would raise from $250,000 to $500,000 the minimum annual rent at which Manhattan business must pay Commercial Rent Tax.
Feb 8, 2017

Gas Restored at Frank's On First After Nearly Two Months Without Hookup

Council Member Garodnick advocates to get the gas turned back on at Frank's Trattoria on First Avenue.


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