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New York State needs to vastly expand its environmental agenda and follow California’s examples of trying to preserve the environment and reduce greenhouse gas emissions, because we have a president who flogs fossil fuels with all the energy of a single-minded snake oil salesman desperate to make money with no regard for the possible perils of tomorrow. more
The resolution passed by Community Board 8 on the Broadway corridor is a call to action. It is not the end of the conversation — it is the beginning. more
Bronx Community Board 8 should be commended for passing a resolution that reflects the myriad of objections to the Broadway corridor plan following two well-attended public hearings. more
The reason to support protected bike lanes on Broadway is to increase cycling by separating cyclists from car traffic in an effort to increase bike riding. more
I am writing to voice my strong support for the city transportation department’s plan to renovate Broadway. I support each element of the plan, including narrowing travel lanes, adding bike lanes, re-making intersections, and narrowing pedestrian crossings. more
Change will not come if we wait for some other person or some other time. We are the ones we’ve been waiting for. We are the change that we seek.” more
There is more to your recent story. The MTA already has awarded contracts for $200 million to purchase and install a new bus radio system along with $150 million for purchase and installation of a new East New York Brooklyn bus command center. more
On Dec. 16 at city comptroller Scott Stringer’s town hall meeting in Riverdale, I addressed some of the issues associated with sidewalk sheds and how the installation of them is too often an unbridled business practice that needs proper remediation. more
With Memorial Day behind us, now is the time to prepare for the upcoming dog days of summer, when temperatures climb fast and extreme heat presents serious health dangers. more
The Easter season ended recently with Ascension Thursday, and it’s time to reflect on religion and how it influences one’s life. more
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