Keyword: Dan Padernacht
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It’s finally settled. The intractable rumor that Councilman Andrew Cohen would be nominated for a supreme court judgeship this year has been resolved. He won’t be trading his spot in city hall for a black robe and gavel. At least, not yet. more
The Bronx Democratic County Committee nominated Wilma Guzman, Bahaati Pitt and John Higgit to the Bronx County Supreme Court at its convention Thursday evening. more
The race is less than two years away for city council representing not just Riverdale, Kingsbridge and Van Cortlandt Park, but also sections of the Bronx between those communities and Wakefield. At least officially. more
Eric Dinowitz and Dan Padernacht are already duking it out for city council, even though its current occupant — Andrew Cohen — isn’t scheduled to officially leave until 2021. But now there’s potentially a third candidate in the race. more
As the candidates for the Democratic presidential nomination duked it out on live television last week, the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club watched on. more
The controversy surrounding the bicycle lane installation on Broadway near Van Cortlandt Park is still fresh in many people’s minds. But just in case it wasn’t, city transportation officials are pitching traffic calming plans for another community street — this time Mosholu Avenue between West 254th and West 256th streets. more
All signs seem to be pointing toward a potential special city council race in the near future — especially if Councilman Andrew Cohen gets the nomination to the bench he seeks more
First it was bicycle lanes sandwiching Broadway along Van Cortlandt Park. Now, if the city’s transportation department gets its way, it could be bus lanes just a mile or so south in Marble Hill. more
The city’s transportation department is eyeing three sites within the boundaries of Community Board 8 for installation of curbside electric vehicle charging stations. But such a proposal has had an icy reception from CB8’s traffic and transportation committee, putting discussion on hold. more
Jim Grossman stopped to observe the broken cement pieces and uneven asphalt in front of his co-op at 525 W. 238th St. in Riverdale. more
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