Yonkers City Clerk’s Office to Set Up Mobile Office Outside of City Hall for Urgent Matters Only

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Yonkers Clerk’s Office Announces Creation of a Mobile Office to Assist Residents with Urgent Requests YONKERS, NY — March 25, 2020 —  The Yonkers Clerk’s Office today announced that it will be opening a mobile office outside of City Hall (40 S. Broadway) which will operate every Tuesday from 10 a.m. until 2 p.m. A tent will be put up …

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Urging Federal, State and County Governments to Close Public and Private Golf Courses
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

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The Feiner Report We Are Sending Mixed Message’s to People Not to Stay Home GREENBURGH, NY — March 24, 2020 — We are told to stay at home during the Coronavirus outbreak. But international, federal, state and county public and private golf courses remain open. Why? I think we’re sending mixed messages to the community. The only way we will …

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By Greenburgh Town Supervisor PAUL FEINER, Esq.

COMMENTARY: These Ideas Will Also Become Casualties of the Pandemic
By RICHARD BRODSKY

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ALBANY, NY — March 23, 2020 — The human carnage, and the economic carnage, of the coronavirus pandemic are well reported. There will be other consequences. There is also profound damage to the world of ideas that will persist long after the pandemic ends and we return to normal lives. Truth Itself: Beyond even the awful dynamics of recent years, …

eHeziCOMMENTARY: These Ideas Will Also Become Casualties of the Pandemic
By RICHARD BRODSKY

How We Are (One) And How We Are (Two)
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

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How We Are (One) I do not write to preach but to share our experiences in the hope that it may be enlightening, perhaps comforting, if not helpful. I also write because we are blessed by many who have reached out, as friends from all over the world, specifically to ask how we are because we are in Israel. Especially …

Jonathan FeldsteinHow We Are (One) And How We Are (Two)
By JONATHAN FELDSTEIN

Selling Treasuries, Buying Charmin
By LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

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This is going to be the first economic cycle in history when people sold gold and Treasuries to buy toilet paper,” I wrote to a colleague the other day over our firm’s instant messaging system. “Haha yeah it’s weird times,” replied my colleague – who had just shared his relief at having procured “32 mega-rolls of Charmin.” Of course my …

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By LARRY M. ELKIN, CPA, CFP®

The Effect of Coronavirus on the Global Economy
By Dr. FRANK MUSMAR

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EXECUTIVE SUMMARY: The 2020 outbreak of the novel coronavirus (COVID-19) will go down in history for its massive impact on the global economy and on public health, both physical and psychological. At some point, life will get back to normal, but it will not be the same as it was before. People have been panic buying over the past two …

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By Dr. FRANK MUSMAR

Is Israel’s Coronavirus Crackdown Going Too Far?
By SETH FRANTZMAN

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March 21, 2020 — Hooded and masked police officers tackle a man suspected of breaking coronavirus restrictions. This was the scene in Tel Aviv earlier this week, as Israeli authorities ramp up their hard-line approach to dealing with the virus. But can such measures work? Or has Israel’s approach gone too far? Israel’s prime minister Benjamin Netanyahu has certainly been …

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By SETH FRANTZMAN

CyberScout Consumer Alert: Five Tips to Protect Schoolchildren from Cyber Threats During Covid-19 Quarantines

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SCOTTSDALE, AZ — March 19, 2020 — With more than 30 million children and counting impacted by school closures, schools are turning to Zoom, Webex and Google Classroom among other platforms to keep students engaged. CyberScout, a global leader in identity theft resolution, data defense and employee benefits services, is urging consumers and parents to be alert and cautious to …

eHeziCyberScout Consumer Alert: Five Tips to Protect Schoolchildren from Cyber Threats During Covid-19 Quarantines

DRIVING ME CRAZY: 2020 Genesis G90 3.3T
By John and Laurie Wiles

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Genesis is the high end brain child of Hyundai, and, if you follow our column or radio show at all, you know we are big Hyundai believers. Every Genesis model we have ever test driven was great, and this one was no exception. As per usual with Genesis, this one was even better than the last one we drove, and …

eHeziDRIVING ME CRAZY: 2020 Genesis G90 3.3T
By John and Laurie Wiles

Westchester County Board of Legislators Change Policy to Protect Public During COVID-19 Outbreak

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — March 18, 2020 — In response to the COVID-19 outbreak, the Board of Legislators is instituting a range of steps to protect the public health and the safety of our staff, while at the same time insuring that the essential work of government can continue. These steps, include the suspension of in-person public access to meetings, …

TribuneWestchester County Board of Legislators Change Policy to Protect Public During COVID-19 Outbreak