New York Civic: Two Terms Good, Three Terms Bad BY Henry J. Stern

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Charter Commission Weighs Permission for Incumbents to Run for an Extra Term, Ignoring Public Referenda August 20, 2010 The Charter Revision Commission will meet Monday evening to decide what amendments to the City Charter will be placed on the ballot in November. The Commission's recommendations are generally beneficial and should not arouse much public controversy, except from diehards who want …

eHeziNew York Civic: Two Terms Good, Three Terms Bad BY Henry J. Stern

New York Civic: The Prospect of Goosegate BY HENRY J. STERN

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 Budget Deadlock – Day 106; No Activity in the Yankee Bullpen; and Goose Gassers Ignored Own Seven-Mile Rule on Airport Proximity NEW YORK, NY, July 16, 2010 — In the last two days, we received 28 emails in response to our article on the slaughter of the 400 Prospect Park geese because they were viewed as hazardous to air travel.

eHeziNew York Civic: The Prospect of Goosegate BY HENRY J. STERN

New York Civic: Air Rights – To Die For? BY HENRY J. STERN

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 Budget Deadlock – Day 105 400 Geese Killed in Prospect Park; Was It Necessary? NEW YORK, NY, July 15, 2010 — Federal agents swooped down on Prospect Park last week, removing hundreds of Canada geese and gassing them. The U.S. Department of Agriculture said the culling was necessary to protect air travelers. Others dispute that claim.

eHeziNew York Civic: Air Rights – To Die For? BY HENRY J. STERN