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Office of the Mayor & Agencies

The Office of the Mayor & Agencies encompass the Mayor's executive staff, deputy Mayors, aides, and special programs. Through his emphasis on cost savings, revenue creation, and innovation this staff creates greater opportunities for all Newarkers.

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Affirmative Action

Provide Minority/Women Business Enterprises and Newark residents an opportunity to participate in the economic growth and development of the City of Newark. Ensure compliance on Tax Abatement/City Construction Projects through monitoring by enforcing the Affirmative Action Plan for Construction. Increase minority participation through outreach, partnering, one-on- one and joint ventures with other resource agencies.

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Civilian Complaint Review Board

Newark's Civilian Complain Review Board has the power to issue subpoenas, conduct investigations, and establish a mediation program to enable complainants to resolve their complaints through informal conciliation. Members are appointed by the Mayor or the Council or be representatives of clergy, community organizations.

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Mayor's Data Dashboard

The Mayor's Data Dashboard is the data Mayor Baraka reviews every Friday with his senior directors. This is an important piece of how he is better managing the City and moving Newark 3.0 forward.

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Occupy the Block

Mayor Ras J. Baraka outlined a strategy he called "Occupy the Block" which is aimed at the crime in the city.A single city block is selected where he and others will "hold court" — setting up tables and chairs for chess, cards, and open discussion on anything from the city's youth to the violence they too often experience.

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Youth Ambassadors

Mission: To empower youth to become community change agents, by serving as the bridge between the community youth and city government.

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