Board of Legislators and Union Members Support Displaced Worker Law

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Improved law would further prevent the unfair displacement of longtime workers by low-road contractors WHITE PLAINS, NY— September 14, 2019 — On Monday afternoon at 12:30pm, members of the Westchester County Board of Legislators and union leaders will join workers to support passage of a bill that would close loopholes in a law intended to prevent faithful workers from suddenly …

eHeziBoard of Legislators and Union Members Support Displaced Worker Law

RED TRUTH: Yonkers False God Is Neither Ethical Nor Righteous By HEZI ARIS

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The J’accuse Red Truth Editorial YONKERS, NY — September 14, 2019 — It was Friday when a gathering of African-Americans stood in defiance of the bigotry too long permitted and embellished in its toxicity by every aspect of governance in the City of Yonkers (CoY). They gathered to stand on the steps leading to the eastern facing entrance/exit overlooking the …

eHeziRED TRUTH: Yonkers False God Is Neither Ethical Nor Righteous By HEZI ARIS

In an Era of Sea Level Rise, Cornell University’s Climate-adaptive Design Studio Envisions New Futures for Hudson Waterfronts

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OSSINING, NY – The Cornell University proudly announces the fall 2019 Climate-adaptive Design studio, to be held in the Hudson River waterfront community of Ossining, NY. The Climate-adaptive Design (CaD) Studio is a semester-long course created by Cornell Department of Landscape Architecture Associate Professor Joshua F. Cerra that links students with Hudson riverfront communities to explore design alternatives for more climate …

eHeziIn an Era of Sea Level Rise, Cornell University’s Climate-adaptive Design Studio Envisions New Futures for Hudson Waterfronts

Engel Helps Lead Charge on Resolution Condemning President’s Emoluments Violations

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WASHINGTON, DC — September 12, 2019 — Congressman Eliot L. Engel, Chairman of the House Foreign Affairs Committee, is helping to lead the charge on a resolution condemning President Trump’s violations of the emoluments clause in the Constitution. The resolution, cosponsored by 143 House Democrats, rejects President Trump’s blatant and ongoing acceptance of foreign government payments without the consent of …

eHeziEngel Helps Lead Charge on Resolution Condemning President’s Emoluments Violations

Gabrielle M. Etzel The Unvarnished Blogger, and Yonkers Tribune Contributing Editor Shares An Honest Analysis of the Democrat Primary Debate on the Glenn Beck Program

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Click here to listen live on 9/13/2019 between 10:00-11:00 EST Click here to listen to the podcast of the Glenn Beck Program Gabrielle Etzel will thereafter join Hezi Aris at @11:00am  to discuss the Democrat Primary Debate on the Westchester On the Level Broadcast Your support is very important!  Please listen and share with all of your friends!  

eHeziGabrielle M. Etzel The Unvarnished Blogger, and Yonkers Tribune Contributing Editor Shares An Honest Analysis of the Democrat Primary Debate on the Glenn Beck Program

New York State Assemblymember Paulin and Senator Gianaris Legislation To Keep Guns Out Of The Wrong Hands By Extending The Time Limit For Background Checks Takes Effect Today – September 12 2019

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Authors Paulin and Gianaris Praise Benefit of Providing Sufficient Time for the FBI in Preventing Domestic Abusers, Mass Shooters, and Potential Terrorists from Obtaining Guns NEW YORK, NY – September 12, 2019 — A new law will take effect today to increase the time interval before a firearm, shotgun, or rifle may be sold to an individual whose background check …

eHeziNew York State Assemblymember Paulin and Senator Gianaris Legislation To Keep Guns Out Of The Wrong Hands By Extending The Time Limit For Background Checks Takes Effect Today – September 12 2019

DRIVING ME CRAZY: 2020 Hyundai Palisade Automotive Review
By JOHN and LAURIE WILES

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Quite honestly, since we started getting Hyundai’s any number of years ago, the overall improvement in styling and quality has gone up exponentially every year. The 2020 Palisade is another good example of that. Built to replace the Hyundai Santa Fe XL (the big crossover at the time), the Palisade is, in my opinion, a home run. I even like …

John and Laurie WilesDRIVING ME CRAZY: 2020 Hyundai Palisade Automotive Review
By JOHN and LAURIE WILES

Fall Fashion Forecast: Beguiling & Beautiful!
By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE

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WESTCHESTER COUNTY NY— September 11, 2019 — Fall/winter has a way of sneaking up, just as you’re enjoying those last beach days and poolside chill sessions.  Suddenly, the frantic search for a cute winter jacket or a pair of snow boots leads to some regrettable last-minute purchases.  All that ends today. Snap out of summer mode for a brief moment …

Barbara Barton SloaneFall Fashion Forecast: Beguiling & Beautiful!
By BARBARA BARTON SLOANE

Finally, Permanent Funding for 9/11 Heroes
By Congressman ELIOT L. ENGEL

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WASHINGTON, DC  — September 11,  2019 — Today marks 18 years since the tragic events of September 11th, 2001. The heroism we witnessed on that day and in the weeks that followed by our first-responders is something I’ll never forget. And now our nation has finally promised to never forget them. Earlier this year, I helped lead the passage of a permanent …

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By Congressman ELIOT L. ENGEL

Electoral College Knowledge: It Matters And The Popular Vote Doesn’t
By GABRIELLE ETZEL

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Many analysts project that the Democratic Primary Debate on September 12, 2019, is going to feature the candidates’ views on abolishing the Electoral College. Although each of the candidates will tell you what is wrong with the Electoral College, their arguments won’t adequately explain the most important question relating to how we select the President of the United States: Why …

Gabrielle EtzelElectoral College Knowledge: It Matters And The Popular Vote Doesn’t
By GABRIELLE ETZEL