Statement From Governor Cuomo Regarding Terror Threat

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"The reports of a new possible terrorist threat against New York are cause for renewed vigilance and awareness, but not alarm or panic. We will not allow the terrorists to dampen our spirits on this anniversary. Our state and local law enforcement officials are always at the highest state of alert. New Yorkers should feel confident that everything that needs …

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New York Civic Suffer Little Children By HENRY J. STERN

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Mattingly Leaves ACS, Presided Over Tragedies but Reformed the Agency. Judge Richter is Successor. John B. Mattingly is retiring as Commissioner of the Administration for Children's Services (ACS) after seven years in the trenches. At the age of 66, he will return to the child welfare foundation he headed in Baltimore. His departure is in striking contrast to Jay Walder's …

eHeziNew York Civic Suffer Little Children By HENRY J. STERN

Read The Westchester Guardian – July 28, 2011 Edition

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Click to read The Westchester Guardian – July 28, 2011 edition Click onto the hyperlink above to open the virtual paper onto you screen. Please be patient as it may take about 30 seconds for the document to be displayed onto your computer screen. You will need Adobe Reader to view the document. Get the latest, fully functioning  Adobe Pro software at no cost and free of …

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New York Civic: Jaybird Flies By HENRY J. STERN

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Jay Walder is Not Casey Casey Jones, Jumps from NYC to Hong Kong because MTA Nears Fiscal Crash Jay Walder is no Casey Jones. Unlike the iconic railroad engineer, who kept his hand on the throttle while his train plunged down curving tracks to disaster, and by doing so saved the lives of many people, the MTA chief Jay Walder …

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New York Civic: Annus Horribilis By Henry J. Stern

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Bloomberg Beleaguered by Medley of Mishaps. Third Term Troubles? The flood of personal criticism leveled at Mayor Bloomberg because of the city's poor response to the December 26 blizzard is somewhat over the top.

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Redlich Proposes Privatization of MTA

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Albany, NY, September 28, 2010 — Gubernatorial candidate Warren Redlich proposed that the Metropolitan Transportation Authority be privatized. The move would reduce operating costs dramatically, allowing for fare reductions and improved service. "The MTA chronically overspends and underperforms," Redlich said. "It's yet another example of government failure in New York State."

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New York Civic: MTA Minions Face Axe BY HENRY J. STERN

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 BREAKING NEWS: Just as we are about to publish, Crain's New York informs us that the MTA's budget deficit is $105 million greater than the agency had previously estimated. Real estate tax revenues based on property transfers were far short of expectations for the first six months of 2010. This will further stress the financially beleaguered agency, which this Sunday …

eHeziNew York Civic: MTA Minions Face Axe BY HENRY J. STERN