Fair plans have always been a bit of a mystery in the city.

The city is the biggest in the country, but it hasn’t spent any money on fairs in decades.

What exactly the money’s going to be used for, and how much is that going to cost, hasn’t been decided, either.

This past year’s City Council voted unanimously to spend $500 million on a new fair plan.

It’s a lot of money, especially when you consider the city is spending almost nothing to help its poor.

But the council is trying to figure out how to make up for lost revenue.

They’re going to have to pay for things like food stamps, public transit, and parks.

They want to make sure the money doesn’t go to the top of the food chain.

The council is also looking at what the city could do to help the homeless, which is why it’s pushing for a new program called the citywide Fair Plan.

The Fair Plan, if it passes, will make it easier for homeless people to find jobs and housing.

It will also help with public transit and public health.

It would also give the homeless more support, and make it more likely that they’ll get help with housing and job placement.

The program would help people move into permanent housing and help them find a job, according to the mayor’s office.

“The Fair Plan is about finding a way to make our community a better place for people of all ages and backgrounds,” said Councilman Dan Donovan, a council member.

The plan would also help make the city more equitable by helping the poor and people with disabilities.

It also would provide financial assistance for homeless families and individuals in need, as well as a grant program to provide grants to low-income households to pay rent and utilities.

The mayor’s plan has been criticized by the American Civil Liberties Union, which has criticized the way the city has spent so much money.

And, while the Fair Plan won’t directly help homeless people, it will allow the city to get out of the city’s debt by giving them more money, the ACLU said.

“It’s about a better quality of life for all residents of New York,” said the ACLU’s attorney, Mary Wollenberg.

The New York Times described the city Fair Plan as a “bold plan to end poverty, and to give every resident of the City of New Yorkers the opportunity to find a decent home.”

That’s because homeless people don’t receive much assistance from the government and housing in the US is expensive, the Times said.

The report said the plan is meant to “change the way New York treats people living on the streets, from the bottom to the very top.”

And the plan will help with some of the most difficult aspects of living in the City.

Homeless people will be allowed to work in certain jobs, but only for a certain number of hours a week, according the report.

And the Fair plan is supposed to help homeless families.

For those who want to stay in one-bedroom apartments, the city will provide subsidized housing, which could include housing in private units, or apartments in public spaces, the report said.

But it also says that some people who want private housing will be able to move into one- and two-bedroom units.

The proposal also proposes to give some homeless people access to affordable housing, though some of those units would have to be affordable for the homeless.

There is also some funding to address the lack of affordable housing in a few neighborhoods, including Staten Island and Brooklyn.

But there is no money for housing for the citys homeless.

The budgeted $500m for the Fair Plans is just over $500,000 a year.

That amount includes $300,000 to hire additional staff, $50,000 for an annual rent grant program, and another $25,000 per year for homeless services.

That number is only for New York.

If the city had spent the money on the Fair plans, it would have spent around $700 million, according Topps said.

He also said the city should have spent some of that money on public transportation and housing assistance.

That would have added up to a more significant amount of money.

“If we were spending that money in a way that was just about housing and public transit assistance and other things that are kind of the heart of the Fair Program, that would be much more meaningful,” he said.