Mayor Marvin’s Column: The Village’s Response to Library Director Eckley’s Lawsuit Against the Bronxville Mayor, Village, and Library By MARY C. MARVIN

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  The Village’s response to Library Director Laura Eckley’s lawsuit against me, as Mayor, the Village of Bronxville and the Bronxville Public Library was to be filed last Friday.  Ms. Eckley withdrew her suit the day prior to our filing deadline    Since we will now not be able to have “our day in court” where I am confident we …

eHeziMayor Marvin’s Column: The Village’s Response to Library Director Eckley’s Lawsuit Against the Bronxville Mayor, Village, and Library By MARY C. MARVIN

Yonkers City Council Rules Committee Requested to Indemnify Mayor Amicone in $393,000 First Amendment Rights Lawsuit By HEZI ARIS

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YONKERS, NY — Yonkers City Council’s Rule Committee with hold an Executive Session, that is, a meeting closed to the public, lacking any written, audio, or visual commemoration of said discussion, on Tuesday, November 15, 2011, at 6:30p.m. The Amicone Administration has chosen to request the Yonkers City Council indemnify and settle the $393,000.00 First Amendment Rights transgression lawsuit deemed …

eHeziYonkers City Council Rules Committee Requested to Indemnify Mayor Amicone in $393,000 First Amendment Rights Lawsuit By HEZI ARIS

Discussion on Tort Reform BY You

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There is a desperate need to discuss Tort law; the very reason behind this posting. As in other articles, please stay on topic. Comments off topic will be deleted as were these two from their original posting. I wanna be like Mike said: I agree with anon, tort law is in need of a complete overhaul. Penalize the bottom feeders …

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Stop The Pork Lawsuit Wins Round, Goes to Court of Appeals By Richard Cooper

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This posting was first published Ground Report. Republished with express permission of Author Richard Cooper. The Stop The Pork lawsuit to compel New York State government to end its corporate welfare spending has won a round on appeal and will be able to be considered by New York's highest court, the Court of Appeals.  The plaintiffs contend that this loans and grants …

eHeziStop The Pork Lawsuit Wins Round, Goes to Court of Appeals By Richard Cooper