Metro North Penn Station Access Still Has Fatal Flaws
By LARRY PENNER

eHezi Archives Leave a Comment

                    Larry Penner, Transportation Historian, Advocate, and Writer, and Hezi Aris, Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large on Westchester On the Level – Wednesday, February 5, 2019 @10am EST NEW YORK, NY — January 24, 2019 — There are fatal flaws in Governor Andrew Cuomo’s announcement of new Metro North service from Westchester and …

eHeziMetro North Penn Station Access Still Has Fatal Flaws
By LARRY PENNER

An Act of Civil Disobedience
By JUDY ALLEN

eHezi Business, Community, Environmental, Finance, Governance, History, Law, New York State, People, Politics, Technology, Westchester County, NY 2 Comments

CORTLANDT, NY — December 6, 2018 — On October 10, 2016, several of us climbed over the fence surrounding the Spectra pipeline construction adjacent to the Indian Point nuclear power facility on the banks of the Hudson River in Cortlandt Manor, NewYork. The purpose of our civil disobedience was to delay the placement of 42-inch diameter pipes under the Hudson …

eHeziAn Act of Civil Disobedience
By JUDY ALLEN

Undecided Between Robert Kesten and Peter Harckham for New York Senate District 40
By HOWARD ELLISON

eHezi Archives, Campaign Trail, Community, Economic Development, Education, History, Letter to the Editor, New York State, People, Politics, Westchester County, NY Leave a Comment

Letter to the Yonkers Tribune Editor-at-Large YORKTOWN, NY — September 8, 2018 — Deciding which candidate to vote for on September 13 can be difficult because both candidates have very similar positions on most issues. Therefore, your decision should be based more on the differences between the two men themselves and how they became candidates. Robert Kesten had been selected …

eHeziUndecided Between Robert Kesten and Peter Harckham for New York Senate District 40
By HOWARD ELLISON

Whistle Blower Writes an Open Letter to the Editor Beseeching Gov. Andrew Cuomo Regarding Troubling Financial Circumstances in the City of Yonkers

eHezi Business, Community, Economic Development, Education, Finance, Governance, History, Law, Letter to the Editor, New York State, People, Politics, Westchester County, NY, Yonkers, NY 118 Comments

FROM: Concerned Resident of Yonkers, New York TO: Letter to the Editor RE: Financial Control Board at the City of Yonkers   Honorable Governor of New York Andrew Cuomo, I hope this letter finds you in good spirit and health. I am a resident of the City of Yonkers and I am contacting you to be the whistleblower of a …

eHeziWhistle Blower Writes an Open Letter to the Editor Beseeching Gov. Andrew Cuomo Regarding Troubling Financial Circumstances in the City of Yonkers

Governor Cuomo Satisfies the Yonkers Public School District With $8.8 Million; City of Yonkers Imposes $21.7 Million Personal Tax Levy Avoiding Layoffs Altogether
By HEZI ARIS

eHezi Community, Finance, Governance, History, Law, National, New York State, People, Politics, Westchester County, NY, Yonkers, NY 157 Comments

YONKERS, NY — June 13, 2018 — The Yonkers City Council reconvened the Special Meeting that was voted into recess last night at approximately 9pm. The televised presentation lasted what seemed to be no more than 10 minutes in duration, if that. Majority Leader Michael Sabatino presided. Yonkers Finance Commissioner John Liszewski presented the revised and seeming the last rendition …

eHeziGovernor Cuomo Satisfies the Yonkers Public School District With $8.8 Million; City of Yonkers Imposes $21.7 Million Personal Tax Levy Avoiding Layoffs Altogether
By HEZI ARIS

Mayor Mike Spano’s Political Conduct Vacillates to Accommodate the Perceived Disappointment in Him and His Political Viability by Governor Andrew Cuomo
By HEZI ARIS

eHezi Campaign Trail, Community, Emergency Services, Finance, Governance, Health, Hezitorial, History, Law, People, Politics, Westchester County, NY, Yonkers, NY 47 Comments

The Political Hezitorial Telling Primary Election contests in the City of Yonkers have revealed that the catalysts of abrupt chameleon-like political changes by Mayor Mike Spano were engaged after the Yonkers Mayor recognized that he best mitigate the perceived disappointment Governor Cuomo had of him. Governor Cuomo in most subtle fashion let Mayor Spano know that he would not stoop …

eHeziMayor Mike Spano’s Political Conduct Vacillates to Accommodate the Perceived Disappointment in Him and His Political Viability by Governor Andrew Cuomo
By HEZI ARIS

Fracking Waste Totaling 600,000 Tons Entered NYS

eHezi Archives, Business, Community, Economic Development, Education, Environmental, Governance, Health, History, Law, People, Politics, Technology, Westchester County, NY 1 Comment

Lawmakers Introduce Ban as DEC Prepares to Release Disposal Regulations ALBANY, NY — June 9, 2017 — More than two years after Governor Andrew Cuomo banned high-volume hydraulic fracturing, better known as “fracking”, new data reveals that landfills in New York State have received more than 600,000 tons of fracking waste from Pennsylvania gas drillers. Though they were released for …

eHeziFracking Waste Totaling 600,000 Tons Entered NYS