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As president of the Association of Riverdale Cooperatives and Condominiums, I represent co-ops and condos on the Bronx Realty Advisory Board for purposes of contract negotiations with SEIU Local 32BJ. More specifically, I represent the individual shareholders and unit owners who directly pay all building employees. more
Children and adults with special developmental, mental or physical needs are the most underserved population in New York State. more
Every spring around state budget time, all the talk at the capital used to be about three men in a room. Not this year. more
At a time when President Trump regularly attacks the news media, the Justice Department may be preparing to make it easier for the government to obtain journalists’ private communications data. more
When I saw that Stuyvesant High School, one of the most elite schools in the country, had only admitted seven African American students out of 895, I was surprised and disappointed. more
This letter is to discuss the continuing failure of Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz. more
Recently, Americans got a front-row seat to the two systems of justice we have in America — one reserved for rich white men, and the other for communities of color. Unfortunately, though, many people may have drawn the wrong lessons from these examples. more
Chamber Charmers [Photo gallery]
On Feb. 6, five community organizations — Bronx Climate Justice North, North Bronx Racial Justice, Northwest Bronx Indivisible, NYCD-16 Indivisible and Bronx Progressives — held a lively rally outside the Johnson Avenue office of U.S. Rep. Eliot Engel to deliver petitions calling on Mr. Engel to support a Green New Deal to address the climate crisis. more
Reporters have a creed of sorts: If all the government officials and elected leaders are happy with you in your coverage area, then you’re not doing your job. more
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