Hot Off the Presses: The Westchester Guardian – October 25, 2012 Edition

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eHeziHot Off the Presses: The Westchester Guardian – October 25, 2012 Edition

ED KOCH COMMENTARY Short Takes on Controversial Matters By EDWARD I. KOCH

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GUNS Mayor Michael Bloomberg is absolutely right to call upon President Barack Obama and his opponent Mitt Romney to do more than sympathize with the families and friends of the 12 people who were shot and killed by a clearly crazed guy in Aurora, Colorado last week.  More than fifty others were injured in the incident.  Offering bromides of sympathy …

eHeziED KOCH COMMENTARY Short Takes on Controversial Matters By EDWARD I. KOCH

New York Civic – The Budget: Is It a Piñata? By HENRY J. STERN

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Budget Disputes Vary in Intensity Depending on Funds Available and Ambitions of Lawmakers Like nature itself, city government deals with different matters in different seasons of the year. First is the season of the budget, which begins with requests for funds by agencies and advocates, most of which are politely ignored because there are insufficient resources to fund them. The …

eHeziNew York Civic – The Budget: Is It a Piñata? By HENRY J. STERN

New York Civic: Rounding the Far Turn By Henry J. Stern

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Four Experts Discuss Bloomberg Campaign, Record, Achievements A professor and three journalists, experts on New York City politics, participated in a panel discussion before an audience of civic leaders, graduate students and political groupies this morning at the New School’s Center for New York City Affairs.

eHeziNew York Civic: Rounding the Far Turn By Henry J. Stern