Will Yonkers City Councilman John Rubbo (District-4) Do the Right Thing?
By HEZI ARIS

eHezi Community, Dining/Cooking, Finance, Governance, Hezitorial, History, People, Political Analysis, Westchester County, NY, Yonkers, NY 22 Comments

What Do You Think? Hezitorial YONKERS, NY — March 13, 2020 — A reader pointed out, albeit unbeknown to the Yonkers Tribune, and in deference to and the inferred guidance and conduct by the City of Yonkers concerning  limiting large gatherings in close proximity, why Yonkers City Councilman John Rubbo (YCC-District 4) is seemingly obtuse to the issue confronting the …

eHeziWill Yonkers City Councilman John Rubbo (District-4) Do the Right Thing?
By HEZI ARIS

Councilman Rubbo To Serve As A Democrat

eHezi Governance, History, New York State, People, Politics, Westchester County, NY, Yonkers, NY 36 Comments

John Rubbo Continues To Strive To Effectively Serve His Constituency YONKERS, NY — September 4, 2019 — Yonkers Councilman John Rubbo, a lifelong Republican who was elected to serve on the Yonkers City Council in November 2017, announced today that when the Council reconvenes on Tuesday, September 10, 2019 he will serve as a Democrat. “I’ve been a proud Republican …

eHeziCouncilman Rubbo To Serve As A Democrat

Celebrating the 125th Anniversary of Labor Day
By Yonkers City Councilman JOHN RUBBO

eHezi Governance, Holidays, Law, National, People, Politics, Westchester County, NY, Yonkers, NY 8 Comments

YONKERS, NY — September 2, 2019 — Today we celebrate the 125th anniversary of Labor Day. On June 28, 1894, President Grover Cleveland signed a law making the first Monday in September of each year a national holiday. Although the true founder of Labor Day is unclear, what is clear is that the Central Labor Union adopted a Labor Day …

eHeziCelebrating the 125th Anniversary of Labor Day
By Yonkers City Councilman JOHN RUBBO