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

Siding With A.G. Schneiderman, Feds Deny Indian Point’s Requests For Over 100 Fire Safety Exemptions

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Schneiderman: The Safety and Security of 17 Million People Living and Working Near Indian Point Must Be Assured   Decision Follows Release of New Federal Study Revealing Significantly Higher Risks of "Earthquake-Caused Ground Motions" in The Central and Eastern U.S. NEW YORK, NY — The Nuclear Regulatory Commission (NRC) sided with Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman today by rejecting Indian …

eHeziSiding With A.G. Schneiderman, Feds Deny Indian Point’s Requests For Over 100 Fire Safety Exemptions

Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins: Senate Approves Shared Services Legislation

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Measure Will Assist Municipalities with Lowering Costs to Taxpayers ALBANY, NY – JANUARY 31, 2012 — State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins (D/I/WF – 35th District) announced that the Senate unanimously approved Senate bill 5525-B, which will allow localities to contract for goods and services with the State, federal government, and other municipalities. The bill is designed to lower costs and in …

eHeziSenator Andrea Stewart-Cousins: Senate Approves Shared Services Legislation

New York Civic: Liar’s Poker By HENRY J. STERN

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  Truth is the First Casualty In Redistricting, as in War political issue of the year in New York State is redistricting following the 2010 census. New lines for legislative and Congressional districts must be drawn in time for the 2012 elections. New York is on the path to being one of the slowest states to adopt new lines.

eHeziNew York Civic: Liar’s Poker By HENRY J. STERN

Mayor Mike Spano Selects Legislator Bernice Spreckman to Serve as Senior Affairs Liaison

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Yonkers, NY —Mayor Mike Spano on January 25, 2012, announced that he has selected County Legislator Bernice Spreckman to serve in the honorary position of Senior Affairs Liaison to the Mayor.   Legislator Spreckman, who currently represents the 14th County Legislative seat, previously served as a Yonkers City Councilmember, Vice Mayor and was elected the first female president of the …

eHeziMayor Mike Spano Selects Legislator Bernice Spreckman to Serve as Senior Affairs Liaison

Yonkers Plumbing Inspector Arrested For Bribe Solicitation

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WHITE PLAINS, NY — January 26, 2012 – Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore (pictured) announced today that Peter Daliso (DOB 11/26/53) of 71 Lincoln Avenue, Ardsley, New York, was arraigned on a Felony Complaint charging him with:     one count of Bribe Receiving in the Third Degree a class “D” Felony.

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Current Commentary: The Fed’s Sunshine is Blinding Me By LARRY M. ELKIN

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Image via Wikipedia   Federal Reserve Chairman Ben Bernanke believes government functions best in sunshine, when decision-making is transparent and predictable. I usually applaud this philosophy.  

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United Water Parent Company Fined $10 Million in European Antitrust Investigation By HEZI ARIS

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Image via Wikipedia Washington, D.C. – January 25, 2012 —  The European Commission (EC) has opened formal proceedings to determine whether French water services company Suez Environment has violated European antitrust regulations, according to a press release issued by the European Commission on January 18, 2012. The Commission has already fined Suez €8 million – approximately U.S. $10.4 million at …

eHeziUnited Water Parent Company Fined $10 Million in European Antitrust Investigation By HEZI ARIS

Ed Koch Commentary: The Flatter Tax By EDWARD I. KOCH

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  I don’t believe class conflict is harmful to our country, as long as it is limited to elections.  It is also helpful if the charges made by both sides in this conflict are factually correct.  The Republicans are the party of the wealthy.  Its membership, however, is made up primarily of people who do not fit that description and …

eHeziEd Koch Commentary: The Flatter Tax By EDWARD I. KOCH

Joe and Josephine Citizen: My Endorsement of the Candidacy of Newt Gingrich By CARL PALADINO

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  Hey America.  Do you feel confused;  an uneasiness in your gut?  You can’t put your finger on why but for the first time in your life you actually fear the future.    It’s good you are upset.  It’s called opportunity.  Engage!  Speak!  Don’t trust that someone else will do it.  In 21st century politics you are played by the …

eHeziJoe and Josephine Citizen: My Endorsement of the Candidacy of Newt Gingrich By CARL PALADINO