Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Labor Day
By Yonkers City Councilman JOHN RUBBO

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YONKERS, NY — September 2, 2019 — Today we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Labor Day. On June 28, 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed a law making the first Monday in September of each year a national holiday. Although the true founder of Labor Day is unclear, what is clear is that the Central Labor Union adopted a Labor Day …

eHeziCelebrating the 125th Anniversary of Labor Day
By Yonkers City Councilman JOHN RUBBO

Ed Koch Commentary: Mr. President, Please Read This Before Thursday By ED KOCH

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Mr. President, your supporters along with the truly independent voters believe you are an excellent speaker, logical and forthright.  Your detractors respond that your speeches lack passion and are glib.  Your speech this Thursday could be one of the most important you have ever delivered.  The following are my suggestions for what the speech should include in order for it …

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Analysis: Accidents Do Happen BY Nancy King

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Toronto Firefighter wearing an SCBA (self contained breathing apparatus).- Wikipedia Tarrytown, NY, September 13, 2010 — On September 6, 2010, as most of us were celebrating Labor Day by not working, Anthony Ruggerio, a DPW worker from Tarrytown, and John Kelly, a volunteer firefighter, also from Tarrytown, lost their lives  in what can only be described as a series of …

eHeziAnalysis: Accidents Do Happen BY Nancy King