GOVERNOR CUOMO TO LEAD EFFORT TO FILE LAWSUIT AGAINST PRESIDENT TRUMP AND THE FEDERAL GOVERNMENT FOR FAILURE TO PROVIDE RESOURCES AND RELIEF TO PUERTO RICO AFTER HURRICANE MARIA

Governor Will Lead Effort to Help the More Than 11,000 Displaced Puerto Ricans Are Living in New York Governor Cuomo: “We’re going to work with Puerto Rican families and sue the President of the United States because New York is standing with Puerto Rico the way we said we would.” Governor Andrew M. Cuomo today…

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BP DIAZ & TENANTS TO NYCHA: WHERE’S THE MONEY?

Borough President highlights agency’s funding fiasco, Calls for NYCHA to open its books to public review Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. joined more than 100 New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) tenant leaders and residents of all ages for a rally today at the Bronx River Houses to bring attention to the agency’s failure to…

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Mayor de Blasio, Assembly Speaker Heastie and Local Elected Officials Break Ground on New YMCA Community and Recreational Facility in Edenwald

The state-of-the-art facility will create 100 permanent jobs and include two pools, a full basketball court, and programming for New Yorkers of all ages Bronx, NY – Mayor Bill de Blasio, Assembly Speaker Carl Heastie, local elected officials and community stakeholders broke ground today on a new YMCA community and recreational facility in the Edenwald…

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Mayor de Blasio Announces that Since Lapse of Speed-Camera Law, More than 132,000 Drivers Have Been Observed Traveling at Dangerous Speeds Near Schools

Because of State Senate inaction, none of these drivers received a summons; just before the start of school in September, the final 20 mobile cameras will also go dark, leaving students at risk NEW YORK––Mayor Bill de Blasio announced the first status report since the majority of New York City’s school safety speed-cameras went dark…

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