Home » Archives by category » News » Politics (Page 41)

BY DUSICA SUE MALESEVIC  |  Pier 42 plans presented at a recent Community Board 3 meeting roused anger from Lower East Side residents who want a pool and not a proposed area for kayaking. After Noriko Maeda of Mathews Nielsen Landscape Architects gave her presentation of the trees, shrubs and plants that may populate the […]

Continue reading …

BY SEAN EGAN  |  Have you ever wished that you could have a real, direct say in how your tax dollars are spent in your community? That’s exactly what Participatory Budgeting strives to do — and on June 26, the office of District 3 Councilmember Corey Johnson held a meeting to spread the word about […]

Continue reading …

BY SCOTT STIFFLER | As of June 26, the 10th Precinct established a Twitter presence. “You will be amazed at the amount of information we’ll compress into 140 characters or less,” promised 10th Precinct Community Affairs Officer Salvatore Saetta, in a June 24 email that also touted the medium’s ability to provide local crime alerts […]

Continue reading …

Before calling April’s Cop of the Month to the podium, Capt. David Miller (10th Precinct Commander)scanned the room to make sure there were no children present at May 28’s Community Council Meeting. Warning those assembled that the impending narrative would be significantly more gruesome than usual, Miller went on to describe an incident that took […]

Continue reading …

Chelsea Reform Democratic Club crdcnyc.org PO Box 1120, Old Chelsea Station, NY 10113-1120 212.929.9188 info@crdcnyc.org Downtown Independent Democrats didnyc.com 917.348.4859 info@didnyc.com Gay & Lesbian Independent Democrats glid.org 208 W. 13th St., NY 10011 glid.news@gmail.com Indendence Party of NYC ipnyc.org 225 Broadway, Suite 2010, NY 10007 212.962.1699 League of Women Voters lwvnyc.org 4 W. 43rd St., Suite 615, NY 10036 212.725.3541 Fax: 212.725.3443 […]

Continue reading …

Public Officials

No Comment

Assembly Member – District 66 Deborah Glick assembly.state.ny.us 853 Broadway, Suite 1518, NY 10003 212.674.5153 Assembly Member – District 74 Brian Kavanagh assembly.state.ny.us 237 1st Ave., Room 407, NY 10003 212.979.9696 Assembly Member – District 75 Richard Gottfried assembly.state.ny.us 242 W. 27th St., NY 10001 212.807.7900 212.243.2035 Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver assembly.state.ny.us 250 Broadway, Suite […]

Continue reading …

  BY LINCOLN ANDERSON   |  Bill de Blasio won more than 73 percent of the vote in New York City on Nov. 5 in his landslide victory against Joe Lhota. The pattern more than held true in Downtown Manhattan, where Democrat de Blasio practically swept the grid from river to river. After the election, […]

Continue reading …

  At the Nov. 20 Community Council meeting, council president Larry O’Neill (left) and commanding officer Capt. David Miller (at podium) awarded Police Officer Thomas Donegan the 10 Precinct’s “Cop of the Month” honor, for his exemplary work on the evening of October 4. While on patrol, Officer Donegan approached W. 40th St. and Dyer […]

Continue reading …

BY TERESE LOEB KREUZER with JOSH ROGERS | A New York City hurricane evacuation map released in June 2013 put all of Community Board 1 and much of other parts of Lower Manhattan in an evacuation zone. Neither mayoral Democratic candidate Bill de Blasio nor Republican candidate, Joseph Lhota, have been specific about how they […]

Continue reading …

You wouldn’t know it by watching the televised debates or reading the latest polls — but there are 15 candidates vying to succeed Michael Bloomberg. “If they’re on the ballot,” says Hudson Guild Neighborhood Advisory Committee president Larry Littman, “we have to invite them. That’s our philosophy.” As Chelsea Now went to press, the big […]

Continue reading …