The Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection

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MOUNT VERNON, NY — January 9, 2021 — Mount Vernon – The Fulton Avenue Bridge was closed today following a safety inspection failure than revealed serious concerns that compromised the structural integrity of the and bridge and those who would use it were it kept open. Mount Vernon City Hall issued the following statement, “We are working with the Metropolitan …

eHeziThe Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection

The Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection

eHezi Community, Economic Development, Governance, History, Mt. Vernon, New York State, Technology, Westchester County, NY 1 Comment

MOUNT VERNON, NY — January 9, 2021 — Mount Vernon – The Fulton Avenue Bridge was closed today following a safety inspection failure than revealed serious concerns that compromised the structural integrity of the and bridge and those who would use it were it kept open. Mount Vernon City Hall issued the following statement, “We are working with the Metropolitan …

eHeziThe Fulton Avenue Bridge Was Closed Yesterday, January 8, 2022, Following a Recent Safety Inspection

Get Expert SEO Advice from a Seasoned Entrepreneur
By Kevin Miller

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  YONKERS, WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY — January 6,2022 — When it comes to getting advice on any topic, you will want it to be from some of the best in the business. We want to share with you some of the best advice for your digital marketing strategies, specifically SEO, from none other than Kevin Miller. Founder of one of …

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By Kevin Miller

The 2022 Cadillac CT4 V-Series Blackwing Review
By Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles

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PINEHURST, NC  — January 6, 2022 — Okay, here are two words I don’t think I have ever used together in a sentence – Cadillac  and Sportscar. The official Cadillac CT4 website just calls it a ‘sedan’, and while the ‘Blackwing’ may have four doors, it has more ‘sports car’ in it than your typical sedan. I say with all …

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By Driving Me Crazy Duo John and Laurie Wiles

2021 In Review
By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

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GREENBURGH, NY — December 31, 2021 — 2021 has been an eventful year in so many ways, both difficult and uplifting. Here are some highlights: NO TAX HIKE FOR THIRD YEAR–The Town Board approved a budget with a slight tax cut in December. Our third year with no tax hike. We maintained our AAA bond rating from Moody’s and Standard & Poor’s. …

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By Greenburgh Town Supervisor Paul Feiner

Yorktown Adopts Overlay District Zoning

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YORKTOWN, NY — December 29, 2021 – The Yorktown Town Board voted yesterday, Tuesday, December 28th  to adopt overlay district zoning for two business hamlets. The creation of overlay districts in the Yorktown Heights and Lake Osceola business hamlets will encourage the creative redevelopment of functionally outdated properties, a greater flexibility of permitted land uses and visually harmonious streetscapes. The …

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Build Back Better and How to Pass Major Legislation
By Dr. Louis Perron

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ZURICH, SWITZERLAND — December 27, 2021 —Build Back Better will not become law. At least not for the moment. Joe Manchin, arguably the most influential Democrat right now, finally made up his mind and pulled the trigger before Christmas. There were some harsh reactions to Joe Manchin’s decision not to support Joe Biden’s signature bill. People on the left and …

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By Dr. Louis Perron

Statement from Westchester County District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah on NYS Governor Kathy Hochul Signing Covid-19 Legislation and the Creation of Multi-Agency Covid Vaccine Fraud Task Force

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — December 24, 2021 — We commend Governor Kathy Hochul for signing legislation that will enable law enforcement to better protect our communities against COVID-19 and those who seek to thwart vaccine requirements through fraudulent acts. The new legislation clarifies that making, possessing or selling a fraudulent COVID-19 vaccine cards is a crime and criminalizes computer tampering related to COVID-19 vaccine provisions. We …

TribuneStatement from Westchester County District Attorney Miriam E. Rocah on NYS Governor Kathy Hochul Signing Covid-19 Legislation and the Creation of Multi-Agency Covid Vaccine Fraud Task Force

Omicron: What We Know So Far
By Dr. Roy Gulick, M.D.

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NEW YORK, NY — December 23, 2021 — Dr. Roy Gulick, Chief of the Division of Infectious Diseases at NewYork-Presbyterian/Weill Cornell Medical Center, shares the latest information about the new coronavirus variant. Omicron — the latest coronavirus variant to be labeled a “variant of concern” — has been spreading rapidly in the United States and dozens of countries around the …

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By Dr. Roy Gulick, M.D.

Governor Hochul Announces New Framework to Achieve at Least 10 Gigawatts of Distributed Solar by 2030

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Enough to Annually Power Nearly 700,000 Additional New York Homes ALBANY, NY — December 19, 2021 — Governor Kathy Hochul, on Friday, December 17, 2021 announced a framework for the State to achieve at least ten gigawatts of distributed solar by 2030, enough to annually power nearly 700,000 homes. The roadmap, submitted by the New York State Energy Research and …

TribuneGovernor Hochul Announces New Framework to Achieve at Least 10 Gigawatts of Distributed Solar by 2030