Response to Mayor Amicone’s Landmarks Preservation Board Letter By Chuck Lesnick

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Yonkers, NY, March 23, 2011 — "Adaptive re-use of historic buildings is one of the best ways to stimulate economic development, help the environment and preserve the unique character of our cities. The land marking process with the Yonkers Landmarks Preservation Board ("LPB") is one of the best in the region, despite the efforts by the mayor to gut the …

eHeziResponse to Mayor Amicone’s Landmarks Preservation Board Letter By Chuck Lesnick

Council‭ President Lesnick’s Statement Regarding Mayor Amicone’s Call for Ethics Investigation

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President Lesnick Welcome Review of All Contracts, Especially‭ ‬Those with Ties to Mayor’s‭ ‘‬Friends‭ & ‬Family Club‭’  Yonkers, NY, March 17, 2011 — “I am pleased that the Ethics Board and Inspector General [Dan Schorr] will be looking into all of the possible conflicts of interest between those who awarded the towing contracts and those who received them," said Yonkers …

eHeziCouncil‭ President Lesnick’s Statement Regarding Mayor Amicone’s Call for Ethics Investigation

BREAKING NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Federal Class Action Civil Rights Law Suit Filed Against the City of Yonkers and Private Developers

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Minority Homeowners Charge the City of Yonkers Among Others with Housing; Discrimination and Construction of Defective and Substandard Homes Yonkers, NY —  Attorneys with Harwood Feffer LLP (www.hfesq.com) today announced that they have filed a class action lawsuit in the United States District Court for the Southern District of New York, on behalf of the residents of the Father Pat …

eHeziBREAKING NEWS EXCLUSIVE: Federal Class Action Civil Rights Law Suit Filed Against the City of Yonkers and Private Developers

EXCLUSIVE: Jury Exacts $8 Million Liability Against Phil Amicone in Freedom of the Press Lawsuit BY Hezi Aris

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White Plains, NY, October 13, 2010 —  Sixteen plaintiffs shared in the  jury award shy 60 cents of $8 million in which the City of Yonkers was exonerated from any liability in the freedom of the press lawsuit. The firm of DelBello Donnellan Weingarten Wise & Wiederkehr,  LLP lost the suit in argument against Lovett & Bellantoni, LLP before the …

eHeziEXCLUSIVE: Jury Exacts $8 Million Liability Against Phil Amicone in Freedom of the Press Lawsuit BY Hezi Aris