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2002 Press Releases

Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg and DCA Commissioner Gretchen Dykstra Launch Citywide Campaign to Increase the Number of New Yorkers Who File for the Earned Income Tax Credit - December 3, 2002
Scammed Shoppers to get help under new program launched by Department of Consumer Affairs, Midtown BIDs and NYC & Company - November 26, 2002
Commissioner Dykstra Hands Out Checks to 19 Victims; Boost Trust Fund Pay Out Cap to $15,000 - May 2, 2002
DCA On The Town - Consumer Affairs Holds On-Site Licensing Forum for Korean-American Home Improvement Contractors in Flushing - April 27, 2002
Commissioners Dykstra and Weinshall Announce City Review of Newsstand License - April 5, 2002
50 Cigarette Vendors Who Have Repeatedly Sold Cigarettes to Minors - April 3, 2002
Commissioner Dykstra Announces Reorganization of Executive Structure at the Agency; Clarity of Agency's Mission is Enhanced by Two Newly Created Posts - April 1, 2002
Mayor Michael R. Bloomberg, Council Speaker Gifford Miller and Consumer Affairs Commissioner Gretchen Dykstra Urge New Yorkers to Take Full Advantage of the Earned Income Tax Credit - March 18, 2002
Consumer Affairs Commissioner Gretchen Dykstra Announces New Consumer Hotline For Passover Price Gouging - March 18, 2002