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Topic - Scott Stringer
A new report has found that 20 percent of New York City public schools lack any arts teachers including one out of seven middle and high schools.
New York City's comptroller is offering a plan to streamline information technology contracts at all city agencies.
New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer has rejected a $30 million information technology contract that was awarded during the administration of former mayor Michael Bloomberg.
Lady Gaga has indirectly responded to a New York City politician who called her a "slut."
Comptroller Scott Stringer said Thursday that his office will examine the Build-It-Back program's handling of its finances.
Stringer says he will also monitor the speed and quality of services delivered to homeowners and check for possible fraud.