Shawyn Patterson-Howard, Mount Vernon, New York Mayor, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large, on Westchester On the Level – Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 10am ET

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MOUNT VERNON, NY, and YONKERS, NY — February 24, 2020 — The Tuesday, February 25th broadcast opens with Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at-Large Hezi Aris who will engage in city, county, state, national, and international news with commensurate analysis in the first hour, from 10-11am

Mount Vernon Mayor Shawyn Patterson-Howard attends the broadcast from 11am onward to the conclusion of the broadcast day ending at 12Noon.


eHeziShawyn Patterson-Howard, Mount Vernon, New York Mayor, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large, on Westchester On the Level – Tuesday, February 25, 2020 at 10am ET

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      This is Hezi. Ms Verris Shaka maintains a law office based in Mount Vernon, NY. She did at one time reside in Mount Vernon. Don’t quote me … I believe she moved to Yonkers approximately five years ago. Kindly, Hezi

      Addendum as of 9:30pm – Monday, February 24. I spoke to Ms. Shaka earlier this evening and she has been a resident of Yonkers for the past 18 years. — Kindly, Hezi

      1. Hezi,
        If your a candidate for judicial office , at a minimum you need to tell the truth !!!
        Verisk Shako has only lived in Yonkers for a few years

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          I was able to connect with Ms. Shako this morning and while the information I initially received was that Ms. Shako resided in the City of Yonkers for 5 years, she has in FACT lived in Yonkers for 14 years. No equivocation whatsoever. So it seems that both you and I were convinced what could have been plausible as not; plausibility is not fact. I sense, not from your comment, but that there are some people who would like to undermine this candidate for Yonkers City Court Judge, as well as others who seek elected office with aspirations rather than fact. Thanks to your comment, I went to the source and now recognize my initial error, as well as the falsehood of your conclusion, not out of malice on your part, but rather that the political machinations in Yonkers can be brutal and deplorably too often incorrect. So thanks again, you made me question what I thought was fact. I was wrong, your insinuation was wrong, but by your very questioning, I now have it correct. Thank you so much for your noticing me. —- Kindly, Hezi

          1. The problem is that the Yonkers Democratic Party nominates these people and there is strong possibility that those nominating these people for positions on the bench don’t know the difference between a violation, misdemeanor or a felony. The average person knows nothing of their judicial philosophy, how they were as a litigator, or if they are just another political person who will use their position to legislate from the bench.

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