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Tag: Melissa Mark-Viverito

The Flatbush councilman won the seat left vacant by Attorney General Letitia James, which he may have to defend again later this year

Jumaane Williams Wins Race for NYC Public Advocate

In the highly contested special election for New York City public advocate on Tuesday, Brooklyn Councilmember Jumaane Williams scored a decisive victory, beating out 16 other candidates.  Williams captured 33 percent of the votes, defeating Queens Councilmember Eric Ulrich by ...

Cumbo ‘Goes Purple’ Against Domestic Violence

Wednesday morning, City Councilmember Laurie A. Cumbo, joined by Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Rosemonde Pierre-Louis, commissioner for the Mayor’s Office to Combat Domestic Violence and other citywide elected officials, posted up at subway stations across the city in a campaign to raise ...

All Aboard the “Chamber on the Go!”

Hear ye, hear ye, all small businesses: All aboard the "Chamber on the Go!" Yes, that's right. It's a mobile chamber of commerce! "Chamber on the Go" is a new citywide initiative, the brainchild of City Councilmember Robert Cornegy, that ...

City Council’s New Spending Plan Finalized

Mayor Bill de Blasio and Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito announce budget agreement. The newly approved $75 billion budget by the New York City Council this year is seven percent bigger, with several new add-ons and changes from last year, reported ...

Brook-Lens: Keeping the Peace in Crown Heights

More than twenty years after the 1991 Crown Heights riots, the scab of old wounds and lingering tension between police and the black and Hasidic Jewish communities remain, as the relationships continue to mend. Photo Courtesy: The Office of City ...

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