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The new proposal of the city’s parks department to ban the feeding of squirrels and birds in city parks is outrageous. This ban must be stopped for many reasons. more
The “MAGA Bomber” sent homemade bombs to Trump’s “enemies.” These included Hillary Clinton, Barack Obama, and CNN among others. His van was covered in references to Trump. more
New regulations are being proposed that will change the way the Special Natural Area District is administered by the city planning department. These special zoning rules govern many of the single-family house areas in Riverdale and Fieldston. more
New York lawmakers have an opportunity to make our state a national leader in curbing climate change. more
We have noticed that large plastic bags are being used to collect fallen leaves throughout New York City. more
The largest single carbon-reduction bill citywide is coming to the New York city council in time for Earth Day. And has New Yorkers, we should proudly support it, even though it, alone, is nowhere near the scale needed to appropriately address the solution. more
I believe that I speak for many Democrats when I tell you that I don’t like some of the overall direction that the national Democratic Party has been taking. more
While New York City grapples with plummeting temperatures, it can be easy for us to take our everyday blessings for granted and allow our homeless neighbors to fade into the background of day-to-day life. more
Proposed Intro No. 1253-C is a 21-page tome that presents a vast and comprehensive assault on unnecessary pollutants designed to make New York City’s air among the world’s cleanest. So, we underscore again there is no argument about the intent of the legislation. more
Jeffrey Dinowitz pulled off a feat no other lawmaker since before World War II could accomplish — he eliminated tolls for Bronx drivers on the Henry Hudson Bridge. more
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