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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — Discussion this Tuesday, May 20, 2019th opens with Congressional Candidate Kenneth (Kenny) Belvin vying to represent the communities comprising District 16 in the 2020 General Election. We explore Mr. Belvin’s specific concepts to engage consensus that is driving many Democrats toward an “indivisible” dogma, defined by some as more left leaning than previously elected Democrats Party. We speak to a Value Added Tax, among other concepts that are intended to ameliorate past bias in education, job opportunity, employment, and housing This segment: 10-10:30am
Yonkers City Councilperson Candidate Tasha Díaz vying to represent District 3 speaks to the challenges facing District 3 and how she can be responsive to the needs f the district. We explore police foot patrols, need for more police, economic opportunity, affordable housing, lack of receptacles for trash, and dissuading vermin. Since there are a total of three candidates vying to win the June 25 Democratic Primary Convention we inquire in what way Ms. Diaz is unique from the other candidates. This segment: 10:30-11am.
Community Capital New York’s Senior Vice President Rachael Dubin informs us about the unique issues concerning community lending. Their mission statement is intentioned to collaborate by effectively pinpointing their clients’ challenges so thy can deliver the right help, at the right time and thereby foster business growth. With the support of a transformational grant from JPMorgan Chase and the Small Business Association (SBA), they created Analyze & Advance, A Plan for Business Growth. Toward that end, Community Capital’s Rachael Dubin is participating in a free roundtable discussion on the unique issues concerning community lending. Date & Time: May 22, 2019 from 6:30pm – 7:30pm Where: People’s United Bank, 111 Kraft Avenue, Bronxville, NY. This segment from 11-11:30am
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large, speaks to the most recent national, and international concerns with commensurate analysis from 11:30am-12Noon.