Keyword: Alessandra Biaggi
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The elections this November may be getting a lot of attention, but some of the biggest decisions facing voters at the city level won’t happen until next year when nearly every elected position within city hall is up for grabs. more
Although it should be no surprise to anyone paying any attention to city politics, New York City’s comptroller Scott Stringer is now officially running to succeed Bill de Blasio in the mayor’s office. more
When postal delivery grinded to a halt during the early days of the coronavirus pandemic, many customers with empty mailboxes were quick to forgive, since the virus was keeping many workers home. more
It’s been more than a month since voters cast their ballots in New York’s primaries, yet winners are still being declared in races of all levels. more
I’m writing in response to a letter to the editor recently published in The Riverdale Press. I would like to set the record straight on the truth about my proposal to require New York’s law enforcement officers to carry personal liability insurance, in bill S.8676. more
The process to set and approve the New York state budget is nothing new. Planning can begin as early as summer, rolling through several phases before the governor submits his own executive budget to lawmakers, who then hold hearings and propose changes. more
When the dinosaurs looked up into the sky some 65 million years ago and saw that ball of fire streaking across it, did any of them wonder if they’d be around tomorrow? more
State Sen. Alessandra Biaggi has sent a check to the Ben Franklin Club she says should be more than enough to remove her name from the sign. No, she didn’t lose her primary a couple weeks ago. She’s just officially parting ways with the club. more
Late last summer, thousands of people across New York state were granted something they thought would never be offered: A chance for justice. more
For years, a sign above the West 231st Street headquarters of the Benjamin Franklin Reform Democratic Club has featured the name of elected officials representing the Bronx. It includes names like borough president Ruben Diaz Jr., U.S. Rep. Adriano Espaillat, and even at the lowest elected levels, Eric Dinowitz and Randi Martos as Democratic district leaders. more
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