Specialists Ron Deutsche, Executive Director, New Yorkers for Fiscal Fairness James Parrott, Deputy Director and Chief Economist, Fiscal Policy Institute Matt Ryan, Board Member, Jobs with Justice Bettina Damiani, Project Director, Good Jobs New York New York City Council Progressive Caucus Representative DC 37 is NYC's largest public employee union with 125,000 members and 50,000 retirees.
What does GJNY stand for?
GJNY stands for Good Jobs New York
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Bettina Damiani of the watchdog group Good Jobs New York said the Liberty Bonds served only to escalate gentrification and line the pockets of larger financial firms, defeating the whole purpose of the program.
The watchdog Good Jobs New York was on hand to offer criticism of the use of the subsides.
12 /PRNewswire/ -- The Lower Manhattan Development Corporation (LMDC) has skewed its award of 9/11 recovery funds toward big business and high-income neighborhoods while ignoring urgent community priorities such as housing, job creation and local transportation, according to a report released today by Good Jobs New York (GJNY).
Other areas in which properties may be eligible for Liberty Bonds are the outer boroughs, which according to Bettina Damiani, project coordinator of Good Jobs New York, need it the most.
Good Jobs New York argues in a report today that economic incentives never succeed in keeping corporations where municipalities want them.
com/prn/11690X55225631 CONTACT: Vic Bach of Community Service Society, +1-212-614-5492, or Bettina Damiani of Good Jobs New York, +1-212-414-9394 Web site: http://www.
But Bettina Damiani, the project director of the watchdog group Good Jobs New York, said the reason why fans parked on nearby streets was simple: “to avoid paying the expensive parking fees, which are projected to rise to $25 a game when the new stadium is completed.