Mayor Mike Spano Reminds Resident Yonkersites to Recycle Throughout the Holiday Season

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Residents May Leave Bare Christmas Trees Out With Garbage on Monday, January 4th through Friday, January 8th YONKERS, NY – December 30, 2020 – Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano, along with Department of Public Works Commissioner Tom Meier, today announced “Recycling Reminders” for Yonkers residents throughout the remaining holiday season. Beginning Monday, January 4th and ending Friday, January 8th, residents may leave …

eHeziMayor Mike Spano Reminds Resident Yonkersites to Recycle Throughout the Holiday Season

Op-Ed: Tired of All this Garbage By A. YONKERSITE

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“I’ve got mine, you get yours.” An old New Yorker Magazine cartoon depicted a huge sanitation worker grinning maniacally as he was about to toss an empty garbage can to the curb in front of an apartment building, shattering the pre-dawn silence. The caption read, “The sort of thing that brings joy to the ashman’s black heart.” I’ve often thought …

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Alleged “Official Misconduct” Charged Against Two Workers at Yonkers Recycling By HEZI ARIS

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YONKERS, NY – September 19, 2013 – Two Department of Public Works (DPW) workers were on Tuesday, September 17, 2013, arrested on charges of alleged “Official Misconduct”. At the Yonkers Recycling Center by members of the Yonkers Intelligence Unit. The investigation is based on studies of past conduct that stretch beyond the past five-year.

eHeziAlleged “Official Misconduct” Charged Against Two Workers at Yonkers Recycling By HEZI ARIS