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  • $2.2b
    NYC budget gap in FY2016
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$2b Property Tax revenue NYC can raise eliminating disparities in property valuation Options for Property Tax Reform
$13k Potential pay raise since 2008 for new NYC teacher under expired UFT contract No Contract Does Not Mean No Raises
$14.6k

Pay raise for NYC teacher with 15 years of experience since contract expired

No Contract Does Not Mean No Raises
9% Projected growth in NYC workers’ salaries and wages from FY2014-2018
$135m

Savings that could be realized if NYC eliminated construction management inefficiencies

Options to Reduce Expenditures
$58b

Total Medicaid spending for state fiscal year 2014-15, more than any other state in the nation

$150k Average annual compensation cost of a DSNY worker, including wage and fringe benefits 12 Things New Yorkers Should Know About Their Garbage
39%

Growth of NYC health insurance expenditures, FY2012-FY2016

Everybody’s Doing It: Health Insurance Premium-Sharing by Employees and Retirees in the Public and Private Sectors
Zero

Number of other large cities that fully reimburse Medicare Part B premiums for retirees and spouses

Everybody’s Doing It: Health Insurance Premium-Sharing by Employees and Retirees in the Public and Private Sectors
$21.8

Estimated NYS school aid for 2014-15

Proposed Changes in Per Pupil School Aid
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