NYC.gov wants your bright ideas

By A. Ready | October 18, 2010 - 3:02PM 

Here's a backdoor route to lower property taxes: Gothamist reports that New York City "is rolling out an online submission form for New Yorkers to offer their suggestions on how NYC can save money."  The form notes "[y]our ideas will be reviewed by staff at the Mayor's Office for creativity and potential savings."  Ideas anyone? As its website notes, NYC.gov is always open. (Gothamist, NYC.gov)

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