The median earnings of Bergenfield, NJ was $40,754 in 2016. The median earnings of Deer Park, NY was $42,654 in 2016. The median earnings of Glen Cove, NY was $34,283 in 2016.

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Jobs and Earnings Datasets Involving Deer Park, NY or Bergenfield, NJ or Glen Cove, NY

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    Manufactured Home Park Registrations

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T21:59:40.000Z

    This dataset captures the park name, address, and county in which a maufactured home park is located; the number of site capacity and number of occupied sites; and the name and contact number for the park owner/operator. New York State Homes and Community Renewal’s (HCR) Division of Housing and Community Renewal (DHCR) oversees the registration of these parks in accordance with NYS Real Property Law Section 233 sub-section (v.) which requires owners of manufactured home parks with three or more homes register their park with DHCR.

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    Excess Revenues for Battery Park City Authority (BPCA) Provided to NYC Annually: Beginning 1987

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T22:13:42.000Z

    The disposition and allocation of annual Excess Revenues is governed by the 1986 amendment to the Settlement Agreement which defined the relationship between the Authority and the City of New York.

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    Cargo Tonnage by Airport, Port Authority of NY NJ: Beginning 1977

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T22:25:46.000Z

    The dataset presented in this forum is monthly data. The Port Authority collects monthly data for domestic and international cargo, flight, passengers and aircraft equipment type from each carrier at PANYNJ-operated airports. The data is aggregated and forms the basis for estimating flight fees, parking, concession, and PFC revenues at the Port Authority Airports.

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    Air Passenger Traffic per Month, Port Authority of NY NJ: Beginning 1977

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T22:13:53.000Z

    The dataset presented in this forum is monthly data. The Port Authority collects monthly data for domestic and international, cargo, flights, passengers and aircraft equipment type from each carrier at PANYNJ-operated airports. The data is aggregated and forms the basis for estimating flight fees, parking, concession, and PFC revenues at the Port Authority Airports.

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    Commercial and Non Commercial Flights per Month, Port Authority of NY NJ: Beginning 1977

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T22:38:00.000Z

    The dataset presented in this forum is monthly data. The Port Authority collects monthly data for domestic and international cargo, flights, passengers and aircraft equipment type from each carrier at PANYNJ-operated airports. The data is aggregated and forms the basis for estimating flight fees, parking, concession, and PFC revenues at the Port Authority Airports.

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    Hudson River Park Public Facilities & Points of Interest

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T22:51:02.000Z

    A list of facilities and points of interest within Hudson River Park that are open to the public, along with a description of what each is used for, and its location. The list is organized by the facility’s use.

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    Texting Zone Locations

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-07T21:53:01.000Z

    Special "Texting Zones" locations along the New York State Thruway and State Highways that give motorists a pull-off area to park and use their mobile devices. Existing Park-n-Ride facilities, rest stops, parking areas and travel plazas along the Thruway and State Highways will have a dual-function as a texting zone. A total of 90 Texting Zones are located along major highways across the state. New York State Department of Transportation (NYSDOT) in coordination with the Thruway Authority, have collaborated to provide Texting Zones location information and signage to inform drivers.

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    Points of Interest on Department of Environmental Conservation Lands

    data.ny.gov | Last Updated 2018-08-09T02:23:17.000Z

    Point data locating and differentiating assets on NYSDEC lands. Assets represented as point features are man-made items, which require periodic maintenance or inspection. Examples include: lean-to, parking lot, primitive campsite, pit privy, trail structure, fire tower, scenic vista, picnic site, boat launch, accessible asset, horse stall.

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    FCRC Annual Concession Plan

    data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-09-10T19:25:29.000Z

    The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services oversees and certifies agency compliance with the applicable laws and regulations for franchises and concessions. In certain circumstances, franchises and concessions are also subject to the approval of the Franchise and Concession Review Committee (FCRC). Franchises are grants of the right to occupy or to use the City’s inalienable property, such as streets or parks, for a public service, e.g., transportation or telecommunications. Concessions are grants for the private use of city-owned property such as for food sales or recreational activity, with the City’s compensation typically tied to the concessionaire’s revenue. Concessions are also subject to the City's Concession Rules as codified in Title 12 of the Rules of the City of New York.

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    FCRC Annual Concession Plan Franchises

    data.cityofnewyork.us | Last Updated 2018-09-10T19:25:35.000Z

    The Mayor’s Office of Contract Services oversees and certifies agency compliance with the applicable laws and regulations for franchises and concessions. In certain circumstances, franchises and concessions are also subject to the approval of the Franchise and Concession Review Committee (FCRC). Franchises are grants of the right to occupy or to use the City’s inalienable property, such as streets or parks, for a public service, e.g., transportation or telecommunications. Concessions are grants for the private use of city-owned property such as for food sales or recreational activity, with the City’s compensation typically tied to the concessionaire’s revenue. Concessions are also subject to the City's Concession Rules as codified in Title 12 of the Rules of the City of New York.