The Bloomberg administration plans to announce that it will open 10 new senior centers, each serving 250 to 300 people.
- He could choose to make the cuts elsewhere in the overall city budget, or DOE spending, including the many billions of dollars on central, contracts, consultants and computers.
- He could choose to draw from the $2 billion still remaining in the city’s health care reserve.
- He could choose to support the retention of the millionaire’s tax, either on the state or city level.
Instead, has chosen to make our children pay the price.