Yonkersites Need to Avoid the Partisan Trap of Voting for Candidates Simply Because They Carry the Party Banner By MICHAEL F. MEYER

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My name is Michael Francis Meyer. I am the Republican candidate running for the 3rd District Council seat in the City of Yonkers.  I care about the city where I was raised and where I am raising my own children. Over the last eight years I have seen the quality of life deteriorate, property taxes skyrocket to fund wasteful spending, …

eHeziYonkersites Need to Avoid the Partisan Trap of Voting for Candidates Simply Because They Carry the Party Banner By MICHAEL F. MEYER

Calvi to Introduce City Hall “Dream Team” at Press Conference

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Carlo Calvi (I), Candidate for Mayor of the City of Yonkers will hold a press conference on Novemver 2, 2011 at 12:45 p.m. in his campaign headquarters, located at 837-D Midland Avenue, Yonkers, N.Y. The purpose of the conference is to introduce two individuals to the public: Calvi’s team of Deputy Mayor for City Administration and the Special Deputy Mayor …

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Councilman Terrero to Conduct Education Committee Meeting (Revised Highlighted Feb. 7)

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Councilman and Education Committee Chair Wilson Terrero has scheduled an Education Committee Meeting for Tuesday, February 8th, 2011, at 6:30 p.m. in the Yonkers City  Council Chambers, City Hall, 4th floor. 1. Tuition Tax Credit – Legislation introduced by Councilmember Gronowski. 2. Bernard P.Pierorazio – Superintendent of Schools will update the Education Committee on the impact of the budget.  3. …

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Gronowski Reintroduces‭ ‬“Tuition Tax Credit‭” ‬Legislation

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Yonkers, NY — Yonkers Third District Councilmember Joan Gronowski has reintroduced legislation calling for a “Tuition Tax Credit”, Co-sponsored by Minority Leader, John Murtagh, which would assist low and middle-income families in sending their children to a bona fide school of their choice, and would relieve the state of some of the burden of funding public education by allowing more …

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New York Civic: Will Steiner Waver? By Henry J. Stern

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Unweighted by Experience, Cathie Black Seeks Waiver. Will Mayor's Wish Prevail? The prospect for the granting of a waiver to Cathie Black so she can serve as New York City's school chancellor may have dimmed a bit in the last two days. For one thing, the New York Times reported today, in an article by Winnie Hu, that the man who …

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Mark Twain Pool to Reopen

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Yonkers, NY, September 28, 2010 — A popular indoor aquatic facility in southeast Yonkers that was closed this summer due to budget cuts will be reopened under a joint plan announced today by Mayor Phil Amicone and Superintendent of Schools Bernard P. Pierorazio. The Mark Twain Pool at Yonkers Montessori Academy is the only aquatic facility in the Yonkers Public …

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Current Commentary: Can Superman Rescue Parochial Schools? BY Larry M. Elkin, CPA, CFP®

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For more than 80 years, the Holy Spirit Catholic School in the Bronx has stood across the street from Public School 26. I attended P.S. 26 in the 1960s, but for me, Holy Spirit might as well have been on Mars. I never set foot in the place. I only knew a few Holy Spirit students, and they all happened …

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