Westchester County Legislator David Tubiolo Denies Knowledge of His Mother Getting a $112,000 Job in FY 2018 Budget He Voted Upon and Approved

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The Hezitorial Allegegations of Quid Pro Quo Among Other Improprieties   YONKERS, NY — February 5, 2018 — Barbara Tubiolo’s son Westchester County Legislator David Tubiolo was quoted to have said, “The prospect of my Mother’s future employment with Westchester County was never a consideration in how I voted.” There “was no discussion or consideration” that the budget he voted for …

eHeziWestchester County Legislator David Tubiolo Denies Knowledge of His Mother Getting a $112,000 Job in FY 2018 Budget He Voted Upon and Approved

INVESTIGATIVE HEZITORIAL REPORTS: Yonkers Politics Make for Strange Bedfellows By HEZI ARIS

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Yonkers Office of the Aging Director Kathleen Moran has “decided” to step down from her post. Kelly Chiarella, presently working for Office of Constituent Services Director Gail Burns, will be promoted to take over the responsibilities of the soon to depart Kathleen Moran. Is this to be interpreted as “payback” for Yonkers Police Benevolent President and Kelly “Olson” Chiarella’s brother …

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“Unity for Yonkers” Reception Organized for Murtagh

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YONKERS, NY — Mayor Phil Amicone and former Republican gubernatorial candidate John Faso will join Westchester Republican County Chairman Doug Colety and Yonkers Republican City Chairman John Jacono as Honorary Co-Chairs of a “Unity for Yonkers” Reception for John Murtagh. Former Yonkers City Councilwoman Dee Barbato, Councilman John Larkin, and Councilman Dennis Shepherd will serve as the Co-Chairs of the Reception.

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Exclusive: Bernice Spreckman to Step Down By Hezi Aris – UPDATE May 8, 2011

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YONKERS, NY — Yonkers Tribune’s cadre of acid-tongued bloggers have learned Bernice Spreckman, Westchester County Board Legislator representing the 14th District will step down after completing this her final term in office since 1995. She is expected to make her intentions known within days. Her prowess as an advocate are well respected throughout Westchester.

eHeziExclusive: Bernice Spreckman to Step Down By Hezi Aris – UPDATE May 8, 2011