Small Business Jobs Survival Act

City Council Holds Public Hearing Today on ‘Small Business Jobs Survival Act’

Posted October 22, 2018 at 5:02 am

After languishing for over thirty years, a lifeline might be thrown to struggling small business owners. City Council later today is holding a public hearing for the polarizing Small Business Jobs Survival Act. Only in the last couple years has the forsaken legislation gained traction, owed in large part to the #SaveNYC grassroots campaign founded […]

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Report: Mayor Mulls Retail Vacancy Tax for Greedy Landlords

Posted April 3, 2018 at 5:03 am

The practice of warehousing retail properties – intentionally keeping stores empty to attract high rents – could potentially conclude. Mayor de Blasio is reportedly mulling a plan to implement a “vacancy tax” on these greedy landlords. According to a dispatch in the New York Post, the poshest city neighborhoods are hardest hit. “Retail corridors in […]

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Listen to Jeremiah Moss on WNYC Talking About #SaveNYC and Vanishing New York

Last modified March 27, 2015 at 9:42 am

The torrent of media coverage for the #SaveNYC campaign notched another huge get. Movement founder, and blogger extraordinaire Jeremiah Moss appeared on the “Brian Lehrer Show” yesterday. The candid, twenty-minute discussion was a great primer for the current commercial climate, and how the little guy is being forced from the Five Boroughs. It was also […]

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