Eric's In-Depth Plans for NYC

Eric Adams' 100+ Steps forward for NYC
Eric Adams' 100+ Steps Forward for NYC

My Fellow New Yorkers: New York City is at a crossroads. We need bold, clear leadership to unite us and move us forward. But that path must also be lit with ideas for action. As a lifelong New Yorker who faced homelessness, hunger, economic hardship...

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25 inefficiencies to inequality
25 Inefficiencies That Lead To Inequality

New York City wastes billions of dollars every year simply because it operates dysfunctionally, spending irresponsibly, failing to address issues before they become disasters, and governing in conflict with itself as one agency creates a problem for...

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New York City Aid Plan by Eric Adams
NYC Aid Plan

New Yorkers are in crisis because of COVID-19 -- and they need immediate, serious financial assistance to get through. Unfortunately, much of the assistance that New Yorkers qualify for is significantly delayed because it is tied to federal and local tax credits that are paid ...

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A Greener City, A Brighter Future

More than 50 years since the first Earth Day, our planet is in greater peril than ever, with climate change endangering coastal populations like New York City due to intensifying storms and rising seas. Yet, we are also presented...

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Tailwind for our new new york economy
The Tailwind For Our New Economy

New York City has always been a center for innovation, new ideas, and progressive thinking. Now we face a new green economy with new challenges and new opportunities -- and New York must lead once again. In particular, our city is...

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agenda to reduce crime in nyc by eric adams
Eric Adams' Agenda To Reduce Crime

Our city faces an unprecedented crisis that threatens to undo the progress we have made against crime. Gun arrests, shootings, and hate crimes are up; people do not feel safe in their homes or on the street.

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People's Plan

Cash, Childcare, & Housing Assistance - and a City that delivers!

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Safe Subways

Our city is just starting to come back from the pandemic. Progress cannot be derailed by crime and New Yorkers living in fear of being slashed, roundhouse punched, or robbed on their way to work or on their way home.

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Moving Forward Together

New Yorkers deserve a 24/7 transportation system that is forward-thinking, data-driven, and a vehicle for our mission to make this a more equitable, efficient city for everyone. Those will be the guiding principles of the Adams Administration’s agenda.

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An Adams Administration will lift up immigrants as high as Lady Liberty lifts her torch in our harbor, as a beacon of hope for all who come to our shores. In addition to building on our existing efforts to increase civic engagement to new levels and foster the leadership of voices from every community, we will ensure that together WeRISE (Raise Immigrant Safety and Empowerment).

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Honor Our Heroes

According to 2019 data from the U.S. Census Bureau, there are about 138,000 veterans living in the New York City area, ranging from those who served in World War II to those who enlisted after 9/11. As a former chair of the Veterans, Homeland Security, and Military Affairs Committee during my time in the State Senate, I have had a unique perspective into the sacrifices and struggles of our service members and their families — all incredible New Yorkers who give so much to our communities.

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Upstream Justice

The Spofford juvenile detention center was long a symbol of what’s wrong with New York, and it will always be a reminder to me of how I started on my path to fixing this city. It was there — inside those walls as a juvenile — that I turned my pain into purpose. I spent the night as a 15-year-old, just hours after officers repeatedly beat me in the basement of the 103rd Precinct. It felt like that place was my destiny, that I couldn’t escape the pipeline to incarceration, hardship, and hopelessness.

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Reviving The Heart Of The Arts

The arts are essential, but too often artists and members of our creative class feel left behind in a city that is too expensive and too bureaucratic to make their works come to life. We felt how important our cultural community is during this pandemic, as children were cut off from arts education and our museums, studios, and theaters all went dark. The arts are truly healing, with research showing the positive impact on coping, reduced levels of depression and anxiety, and higher levels of self-esteem.

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