Post Tagged with: "Governor Andrew Cuomo"

NEW YORK, NY - APRIL 09:  New York Gov. Andrew Cuomo speaks at a press conference on new corruption legislation on April 9, 2013 in New York City.  Cuomo announced the Public Trust Act which would establish a new class of corruption crimes and require officials to report corruption. New York State politicians were arrested in two bribery cases last week.  (Photo by Mario Tama/Getty Images)

BUFFALO BILLION II: SAME SAD VERDICT

BUFFALO BILLION II: Convicted, Again By Brian M. Kolb Jurors handed down guilty verdicts to four high-profile executives involved with an economic development pet project of Gov. Cuomo’s that came to highlight nearly everything wrong with how New York does […]

by · August 15, 2018 · News, Op Ed, Opinion
Where The Pols Are, July 26

Where The Pols Are, July 26

Mayor de Blasio delivers remarks at the Sapolin Accessibility Awards, Gracie Mansion, 7:30 PM.

Where The Pols Are, July 15

Where The Pols Are, July 15

Carnaval de Cultura from 12:00pm – 6:00pm 
Southern Blvd, between Westchester Avenue and 163 Street.

Where The Pols Are, July 13 — Dockless bikes launch

Where The Pols Are, July 13 — Dockless bikes launch

Friday, July 13 Governor Andrew Cuomo is in New York City. Public Advocate Letitia James has no publicly scheduled events for Friday. Mayor Bill de Blasio will depart New York City after his last event and travel to Boston, Massachusetts […]

Where The Pols Are, July 12

Where The Pols Are, July 12

Thursday, July 12 Governor Andrew Cuomo is in New York City. Public Advocate Letitia James has no publicly scheduled event. 10:00 AM — Governor Cuomo Makes a youth policy announcement. Madison Square Boys & Girls Club — Columbus Clubhouse, 543 […]

New York City, NY- Governor Andrew Cuomo marches in the 2016 LGBT Pride Parade in New York City. (Courtesy: Office of the NYS Governor-Flickr)

WYSK: The Christian Community Should Be Upset With Cuomo, Not the Gay Community

What You Should Know By Councilman Rev. Ruben Diaz Christians Should Be Upset With Cuomo, Not the Gay Community You should know that Governor Cuomo is facing a democratic primary from a member of the LGBTQ community by the name […]

Where The Pols Are, July 9 – Update

Where The Pols Are, July 9 – Update

Monday, July 9 Governor Cuomo is in New York City. Mayor de Blasio will appear live on NY1’s Inside City Hall. 10:30 AM Cynthia Nixon and Jessica Ramos (13th district challenger against Sen. Jose Peralta, a member of the IDC) […]

Judge of the Civil Court of the City of New York and Justice of the Supreme Court of the State of New York

New Yorkers Urged to Make Their Voices Heard on Cop-Killer’s Parole

Act Now to Keep Cop Killer Anthony Bottom in Prison; Up for Parole This Month; Visit NoParoleforAnthonyBottom.com to Sign the Petition Calling on Cuomo Parole Board to Deny Murderer’s Release Senate Majority Leader John J. Flanagan today urged New Yorkers […]

On March 12, then-NY Attorney General Eric Schneiderman  announced felony charges against Mount Vernon Mayor Richard Thomas.

BREAKING: NY Attorney General Schneiderman Resigns Amid Sex Abuse Scandal

STATEMENT BY ATTORNEY GENERAL ERIC T. SCHNEIDERMAN “It’s been my great honor and privilege to serve as Attorney General for the people of the State of New York. In the last several hours, serious allegations, which I strongly contest, have […]

by · May 8, 2018 · Government, News, Politics
The consequences of fossil fuels.

New York City & State propose to #DivestNY’s massive pensions from fossil fuels

Recently, after over five years of community campaigning for New York to divest from fossil fuels, City Comptroller Scott Stringer and Governor Andrew Cuomo each released separate proposals to freeze all current fossil fuel investments, divest New York’s public pension […]

by · April 18, 2018 · News
Cuomo’s Illegal ‘I Love NY’ Signs Flout Federal Law

Cuomo’s Illegal ‘I Love NY’ Signs Flout Federal Law

ILLEGAL SIGNS DEFY LOGIC, DEFY LAWS, DEFY TAXPAYERS By Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R,C,I,Ref-Canandaigua) The governor’s illegal, unnecessary, and now-infamous highway road signs are no longer merely a point of controversy. They are now costing New York millions […]

by · February 11, 2018 · News, Op Ed, Opinion
Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda, 32nd Senate District candidate

Bronx Political Round Up: SEIU 32BJ Taps Sepulveda

Local 32BJ SEIU Union Endorses Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda Bronx Assemblyman Luis Sepulveda added the endorsement of Local 32BJ SEIU to his growing list of supporters in his bid for Senate District 32 in the Southeast Bronx. The 163,000-member national union, […]

OPINION: ‘SAFE Act’ Deadline Causing Concerns Across State

OPINION: ‘SAFE Act’ Deadline Causing Concerns Across State

SAFE ACT DEADLINE CAUSING CONCERNS ACROSS NY By Assembly Minority Leader Brian M. Kolb (R-Canandaigua) When the SAFE Act was passed in 2013, few expected its implementation to go smoothly. The secretive and offensive process by which the bill was […]

by · January 22, 2018 · News, Op Ed, Opinion
The Grand: $65 Million, 138 Unit Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground

The Grand: $65 Million, 138 Unit Affordable Housing Project Breaks Ground

Tuesday’s groundbreaking marked the start of construction on three multifamily rental buildings with 138 affordable apartments in the Bronx called The Grand. 

by · January 10, 2018 · Housing, News
Where The Pols Are, January 2

Where The Pols Are, January 2

Tuesday, January 2 Governor Cuomo is in Albany. Comptroller Scott Stringer has no public schedule. Public Advocate Letita James has no public schedule. 11:15 AM – Bronx Borough President Ruben Diaz Jr. is sworn in for his third full term. […]