The 36th New York City Council is one of 51 council offices throughout the city, each of which is occupied by one…More elected member. The New York City Council is the law-making body of the City of New York. The Council monitors the operation and performance of city agencies, makes land-use decisions and has sole responsibility for approving the city's budget and governing New York City, in equal partner with the Mayor.
The 36th Council seat currently is occupied by the Hon. Albert Vann, who has served in this role since November 2001.
New York City Administration for Children Services 1274 Bedford Ave, Brooklyn, NY11216 The New York City Administration for Children Services is a municipal organization dedicated to protecting the city's…More children from abuse and neglect. The organization offers educational initiatives, child care and head start programs, adoption and foster parent information, mentor programs, youth and family support services and child advocacy services. Visit the New York City Administration for Children Services website for an overview of the organizations' events, services and programs.
Within New York State's Office of Children & Family Services (OCFS), there is a Division of Juvenile Justice and…More Opportunities for Youth. And within that department, there is the New York Development Center's City Challenge Program. It is a day placement program for juvenile delinquents that is run by the governor's office.
City Challenge is a three- to five-month community supervision program individually tailored to the risks and needs of each graduates of the Sergeant Henry Johnson Youth Leadership Academy (YLA). The program is operated in partnership with the Children's Aid Society of New York and includes an alternative school program, job placement and an independent living curriculum.
Freedom Limo & Car Service 104 Ralph Ave, Brooklyn, NY11221 Freedom Limo & Car Service is a car service for the entirety of New York State, although it mostly serves…More the five boroughs of New York City. Call at anytime if you need a ride anywhere in the state.
Marcy Houses 648 Park Ave, Brooklyn, NY11206 Marcy Houses is one of the New York City Housing Authority's housing developments. There are 1,705 apartments spread…More across 27, six-story buildings. It is on 28.5 acres of land.
Lafayette Gardens 433 Lafayette Ave, Brooklyn, NY11238 Lafayette Gardens is a multi-unit housing complex that sits on the Bedford Stuyvesant border of Clinton Hill. The…More high-rise complex is part of the New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) properties. NYCHA provides affordable housing for low- and moderate-income residents throughout New York City's five boroughs. NYCHA also administers a citywide Section 8 leased housing program.