Yorktown Restaurants Creating Take-Out Database; Stores Enact Senior-Only Hours

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YORKTOWN, NY — March 18, 2020 – Two large Yorktown businesses yesterday enacted special hours for seniors and immunocompromised individuals, while town and business officials launch a database of local restaurants with take-out options. Effective Wednesday, BJ’s Wholesale Club will reserve one hour between 8 a.m. and 9 a.m. for senior citizens and residents with immunocompromised health throughout the United …

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The Latest Developments from Tuckahoe Regarding the Coronavirus Outbreak
By Mayor GREG LUISI

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TUCKAHOE, NY — March 18, 2020 — I want to update you on the on the latest developments from the Village of Tuckahoe regarding the Coronavirus outbreak. This situation and directives from both our State and County governments are evolving quickly. Gov. Cuomo requested local governments limit their workforce to only essential employees for the next two weeks and that …

TribuneThe Latest Developments from Tuckahoe Regarding the Coronavirus Outbreak
By Mayor GREG LUISI

A Statement from Assemblyman Brian M. Kolb Regarding the Ongoing Coronavirus Response
By NYS Assemblyman BRIAN M. KOLB

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A  Column by Assemblyman Brian M. Kolb (R,C-Victor) ALBANY, NY — March 17,  2020 —  Yesterday, March 16, 2020, “the governor announced a series of serious responses to an unprecedented public health crisis. I’m urging all of my constituents to comply with these directives and to practice safe social distancing. Certainly, closing gyms and movie theaters and limiting bars and restaurants …

TribuneA Statement from Assemblyman Brian M. Kolb Regarding the Ongoing Coronavirus Response
By NYS Assemblyman BRIAN M. KOLB

COMMENTARY: Confronting the Questions and Challenges of a New Reality
By RICHARD BRODSKY

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ALBANY, NY — March 17, 2020 — There is no template for leadership in a time of plague. What we want from leaders may not be what is needed. Assurance, protection and cheerfulness are what we supply to children in a crisis. Truth and warning would serve us better. Nor is there a model for how to behave in our …

Richard BrodskyCOMMENTARY: Confronting the Questions and Challenges of a New Reality
By RICHARD BRODSKY

Yorktown Orders Senior Shopping Hours; Closes Some Parks

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YORKTOWN, NY — March 16, 2020 – Yorktown Supervisor Matt Slater issued new emergency orders Monday to curtail the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the community. Supervisor Slater will hold a 6 p.m. briefing at Town Hall today to discuss his emergency orders. The orders are: 1. All town playgrounds, ball fields and swimming pools are closed. Town-owned passive …

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OCA Condemns Harmfully Stereotyping and misleading Information Regarding the Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY, NY – OCA – Asian Pacific American Advocates – Westchester & Hudson Valley Chapter released the following statement yesterday in response to racist and xenophobic remarks made over the past days by various parties. In particular, OCA condemns the anti-Asian and anti-Chinese sentiments in COVID-19 public information talks recently given by Dr. Harish Moorjani. Dr. Moorjani’s false narrative …

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Yonkers City Hall Employee Tests Positive for Coronavirus (COVID-19)

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YONKERS, NY – March 14, 2020 – An employee who works in Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano’s Communications Office at Yonkers City Hall has tested positive for COVID-19. No other employees have exhibited symptoms, and the employee has not been present in City Hall since March 6th. The employee did not interact with the public, and fortunately is recovering well at …

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Yorktown Supervisor Slater Issues Three Emergency Orders Addressing the Spreading COVID-19 Virus

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YORKTOWN, NY — March 14, 2020 – Yorktown Supervisor Matt Slater issued three emergency orders Saturday to address the spread of the COVID-19 virus in the community. The orders are: 1. All owners and managers of residential buildings within Yorktown with more than six dwelling units, as well as all homeowners associations, condominium boards and cooperative boards in Yorktown must …

TribuneYorktown Supervisor Slater Issues Three Emergency Orders Addressing the Spreading COVID-19 Virus

Renegade “Indian” Dr. Edwin Quezada, Acts the Chief, Breaking Yonkers’ Chain of Command, Despite Not First Informing the Yonkers Board of Education Trustees and Not Informing Mayor Mike Spano Regarding the Coronavirus
By HEZI ARIS

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The Coronavirus (COVID-19) Hezitorial The following post was noted on the SW Yonkers’ Hamlet Hub under the lede, “Yonkers Public School Employees Exposed to Coronavirus”. The post is designated to have been published on Wednesday, 11 March 2020, posted at 02:06, and written by Yonkers Public Schools.  It continues by asserting, “Yonkers Public School Superintendent, Edwin Quezada, states that some …

eHeziRenegade “Indian” Dr. Edwin Quezada, Acts the Chief, Breaking Yonkers’ Chain of Command, Despite Not First Informing the Yonkers Board of Education Trustees and Not Informing Mayor Mike Spano Regarding the Coronavirus
By HEZI ARIS

New Rochelle Coronavirus Update
By Congressman ELIOT L. ENGEL

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WASHINGTON, DC — March 10, 2020  — As you likely know, Governor Cuomo today announced a one-mile wide containment zone in New Rochelle to help slow the spread of coronavirus or COVID-19. The containment zone will go into effect on Thursday, March 12 and end on Wednesday, March 25. The Governor took this action as Westchester County has become the …

TribuneNew Rochelle Coronavirus Update
By Congressman ELIOT L. ENGEL