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PEEKSKILL, NY, SHILOH, ISRAEL, and YONKERS, NY — September 1, 2020 — David Rubin, author of “Trump and The Jews” speaks to the peace agreement between the United Arab Emirates and Israel, and the speculation that Morocco, and Oman are interested in solidifying relations. We inquire about the impact of a new government in Lebanon, the fires caused by gas filled balloons/condoms that are carried by winds from Gaza to Israel, and the latest assault of effluence released into two rivers that travel from Gaza into Israel. The posturing by Turkey against Greece and Cyprus over mineral deposits, specifically oil. Can this crisis undermine peace in the region? We ask if Israel still expects to have new elections and what would be their purpose.
Gail Baxter, Yonkers Community Stakeholder, submitted her own name to be a candidate on the YCPTA on June 1, 2020. Months after submitting her name she learns that her application was denied on August 30th asserting she was not a YCPTA member.
Ms. Baxter previously requested the vote be postponed due to the fact that 15 PTSA Units are “Out of Compliance and thereby unable to vote.”
At issue is how one can hold a legitimate vote when 15 PTSA Units are “Out of Compliance”.
Senator Pete Harckham (SD-40) speaks to the tumultuous aftermath caused by Hurricane Isaiah in Westchester County, specifically to the loss of electrical power, Internet connectivity issues, and the Public Service Commission hearing who learned that some communities suffered electric and Internet service disruption for as long as 2 weeks, food spoiling, and medicine that required refrigeration spoiled due to lacking electricity, and the lack of planning by Con Ed who had not planned to attend to senior citizen facilities whose air conditioning units and medical devices that could not function by generators alone. Seemingly most egregious was the Public Service Commission who, after hearing the deficiencies caused by lack of electricity cascaded into no air-conditioning, and loss of Internet service. Since the government can fine Con-Ed for its deficient capacity to which they yearly promise remedy has been achieved, why is Con Ed still crying the same old song? Lastly the PSC authorized increased electricity fees amounting to approximately 22% over the next 3 years. Is there a resolution to their deficient infrastructure?
Thereafter, Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Publisher / Editor-at Large engages in hyperlocal, municipal, county, state, national, and international breaking news with commensurate analysis.