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Census 2020
Updated On: Aug 04, 2020

The 2020 Census is NOW!!!  — It will shape New York City’s future for years to come.

Once every ten years, the United States Census takes a count of every person in the United States. The taking of the census is mandated by the United States Constitution and has occurred every 10 years since 1790.

But the census is so much more than just a count. Census information is used to determine New York City’s fair share of $650 billion in federal funds for public education, public housing, infrastructure, and more — as well as the number of seats we have in Congress.

Because so much is at stake, it's critical that New Yorkers stand up and be counted in the 2020 Census.

In the 2010 Census, the city’s self-response rate was less than 62%, compared to the national average of 76%.

We need every New Yorker to get involved to ensure that their community is counted  and given the resources it needs for the Next Ten Years !

https://www.ny.gov/programs/2020-census

NYC Census 2020. 


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TRANSIT WORKERS ON THE FRONT LINES FIGHTING COVID 19

by Mark Henry, Chair, Amalgamated Transit Union (ATU) NYS Legislative Conference Board & President/Business Agent, ATU Local 1056

            The members of ATU local 1056  move essential and non essential workers daily. We are exposed to all dangers, transit workers still show great resiliency mentally and physically under uncertain conditions. The members are particularly vulnerable, working against an unknown assailant according to health experts. We still know little about COVID-19 other than it attacks vulnerable populations, the symptoms vary, and we too often experience a devastating aftermath.

            Government and Agency miss steps, in providing proper Personal Protective Equipment (PPE) timely could have saved a lives. COVID has exposed decades of disparity of services, medical centers, health care, quality of school education, shopping, types restaurants, and housing, but mainly public transportation; the inequality in every one of these categories is immense.  Our communities are marginalized and undervalued. ATU and our colleagues in MTA labor raised this need including timely cleaning of Equipment and workspaces, social distancing in workplace, rear boarding, and blocking of first several rows of bus, requiring passengers to wear masks. 

         New York City needs public transit to work in order to re-open NYC and allow our city and our nation’s economy to rebound.  An essential service should not put the public at risk when they use that service. The authority must provide the necessary service level so riders can easily maintain social distancing. Our agencys needs a protected, safe and healthy workforce and workplace to provide levels of service needed to assure the riding public they can safely return to work via public transit. 

       Public must continue to protect our members by their own adherence to measures such as wearing masks and physical distancing.  We need support to pressure the MTA and government to ensure service levels that make transit safe for the riding public.  We deserve "Hazard Pay PERIOD!"  The world has changed as we know it ... The agency and public must adjust to those new Normals, in order to stop the spread of COVID-19

Open Competitive and/or Promotional Exams (NOE)

Notice of Examinations (NOE) for positions within the Transit Authority are open for filing.  For applicants to apply or receive more information about an Open Competitive and/or Promotional exam they visit MTA  Examinations Employment website at http://web.mta.info/nyct/hr/appexam.htm

Each NOE contains key details, including education and experience requirements, application instructions, expected test dates, and other exam-specific test information

 
 
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