Eric Adams has already presided over three weddings at his official residence, saying he wants the ‘people’s house’ to be open to New Yorkers.
As of April 1, any adult can perform a marriage anywhere in New York State with a special one-day license. Here’s how it works.
The commission charged with drawing new political boundaries for New York City’s legislative body will take input from the public through the end of August.
Those who need to wed urgently to secure health insurance or their immigration status are hitting a wall. “The demand has been intense,” the City Clerk says.
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