Engel Statement on Court Ruling on 3-D Printed Guns

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WASHINGTON, DC — August 27, 2018 — Representative Eliot L. Engel, Ranking Member of the House Committee on Foreign Affairs, today made the following statement regarding a preliminary injunction from the U.S. District Court in Seattle stopping the publication on the internet of software for the 3-D printing of guns: “Even with Judge Lasnik’s injunction pausing the release of software for …

eHeziEngel Statement on Court Ruling on 3-D Printed Guns

Monday Mayor’s Message of August 27, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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Communicating with Residents and ConEd VILLAGE OF OSSINING, NY — August 27, 2018 — Thank you to all who joined me for the recent Office Hours on the Road at Good Choice Kitchen. While I continue to hold Open Office Hours on Tuesdays from 10am-12noon at Village Hall, I recently began taking this practice on the road to local venues …

eHeziMonday Mayor’s Message of August 27, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

Central Park Ave N/B from Mile Square Road to Cross County Parkway Lane Closure – Expect Delays

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YONKERS, NY — August 27, 2018 — Central Park Avenue northbound, between Mile Square Road and the Cross County Parkway, the left lane is closed for Utility Service emergency repair, from now until 11 PM and possibly longer. Commuters should expect delays and plan accordingly.

eHeziCentral Park Ave N/B from Mile Square Road to Cross County Parkway Lane Closure – Expect Delays

Democratic Yonkers City Officials Endorse Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

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Mayor Spano, Council President Khader and All Democratic City Councilmembers Cite Senator’s Record of Delivering for Yonkers YONKERS, NY — August 27, 2018 — New York State Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins, the Senate Democratic Conference Leader, received endorsements from City of Yonkers Mayor Michael Spano, Yonkers City Council President Michael Khader and every Democratic member of the Yonkers City Council. In …

eHeziDemocratic Yonkers City Officials Endorse Senator Andrea Stewart-Cousins

I’m Running Because I Care!
By VIRGINIA PEREZ

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YONKERS, NY — August 23, 2018 — This September 13th let’s vote for PROGRESS! Let’s vote for CHANGE! Vote for Virginia Perez for New York State Senate for District 35! In me you will always have a fighter, a doer and someone who will ALWAYS and ONLY answer to you and never to the establishment. Yes, I said it. Never …

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By VIRGINIA PEREZ

Young@Heart: One Day at a Time
By PAM YOUNG

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Practice makes perfect. What have you been practicing? What are some of things you practice every day that have become habits? Do you pile papers to file later? Do you leave your cloth bags in the car when you grocery shop? Do you push snooze when you should get up but you go to bed past your bedtime so you’re …

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By PAM YOUNG

Fighting for Mount Vernon’s Future
Mayor RICHARD THOMAS

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MOUNT VERNON, NY — August 22, 2018 — Last night, I hosted a fiscal town hall to speak about the challenges Mount Vernon has faced and the opportunities available in our future. MayorThomas@cmvny.com There is good news in our city. Crime is down 31 percent in 2018 alone. Property values are rising with median sales prices up 9.6 percent. Our economy …

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Mayor RICHARD THOMAS

Leading Women’s Organizations Endorse Senator Stewart-Cousins at Rally Outside Federal Courthouse

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            WHITE PLAINS, NY — August 22, 2018 — With the President of the United States and the US Supreme Court threatening the rights of women to make private health care decisions, and with every New York State Senate Republicans refusing to vote to protect women’s reproductive choices, New York’s leading women’s advocacy organizations came …

eHeziLeading Women’s Organizations Endorse Senator Stewart-Cousins at Rally Outside Federal Courthouse

Monday Mayor’s Message of August 20, 2018
By VICTORIA GEARITY

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VILLAGE OF OSSINING, NY — August 21, 2018 — Very Busy Village On any other week, this car crashing into a utility pole on Croton Avenue might have drawn a fair amount of attention. However, last week was no ordinary week. It began with an oil spill on Main Street, followed hours later by a wall collapse. Click here to read …

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By VICTORIA GEARITY

Mount Vernon Is Moving Forward on Memorial Field Our Sewers and More
By Mayor RICHARD THOMAS

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MOUNT VERNON, NY — August 18, 2018  — We are moving forward. That is the objective that we set and that’s the objective we are going to accomplish. We are moving forward at Memorial Field. We are moving forward on doing everything we can to fix our broken infrastructure, from bridges to roads to streetlights and sewers. On Tuesday, August …

eHeziMount Vernon Is Moving Forward on Memorial Field Our Sewers and More
By Mayor RICHARD THOMAS