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Every year, hundreds of U.S. territories, counties, cities, towns and villages – from Alaska to Florida – are compensated for the presence of federal lands within their boundaries. These payments are meant to offset revenue that is lost because...

Construction cost reflects what town building department used to set permit fee. Prosecutors contend the figures should have been higher in every case but one, permit #15-0279, which they maintain was overcharged.

The New York State Department of Health, and Bureau of Narcotic Enforcement, oversees billions of dollars of prescription drug transactions. Doctors, pharmacies and other health care providers report information to the state agency as part of...

This database includes June 2016 graduation rates for all of New York counties, schools and school districts, as compiled by the state Education Department.

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NY State of Health, the state-run Affordable Care Act health insurance marketplace, has enrolled nearly 3.5 million people. It also helped reduce the state’s uninsured rate to 5 percent from 10. As political debate focuses on overhauling the...

New York state employed more than 305,000 individuals in 2016, spending more than $15.9 billion in worker salaries. The database below contains information on every person who worked for the state as provided by the Comptroller's Office.

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This database contains information on inspections conducted at food service establishments in New York state over the past six months. Inspections are conducted by county and city health departments and reported to the state Department of...

This database contains the base salaries of local elected mayors/supervisors and trustees/council members in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam. The base salaries were provided by municipal officers, through freedom of information requests and...

A Journal News survey of elected Republican officials in the Lower Hudson Valley, conducted in late October 2016, found just 41 percent backed Donald Trump for president. This database contains the results of that survey.

This database is created by New York State's Department of Taxation and Finance, and catalogues New York land parcels exempt from taxation. Parcels are grouped by municipality and by exemption type, with counts and sums available for both group...

New York isn’t thought of as tornado-prone, but our state has recorded more than 400 twisters since the official record began in 1950. Twelve of them have caused loss of life. New York has averaged about nine tornadoes a year since the mid-1990s,...

An investigation by The Journal News/lohud showed more than 620,000 unclaimed accounts listed to the 119 ZIP Codes in Westchester, Rockland and Putnam counties, worth an average of $487 each. Officials say that's probably just a fraction of the...

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