Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano Proposes FY 2021-2022 Executive Budget

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Budget Contains ZERO Percent Increase in Property Tax Levy; Maintains City Services and Positions & Provides Largest Contribution to Yonkers Public Schools YONKERS, NY – April 15, 2021 – Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano today released his Fiscal Year 2022 Executive Budget proposal, which contains a zero percent increase in the property tax levy, contains no reductions in City services and, …

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Yonkers, the Most Safe City of Its Size in America Has Fallen Into Seventh Position Within Two Years Under Police Commissioner John Mueller
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The Hezitorial That Questions the Professional Capacity and Aptitude of Yonkers Police Commissioner John Mueller The Blue Truth YONKERS, NY — April 11, 2021 — Yonkers Police Commissioner Charles Gardner retired about two years ago, bequeathing his eventual successor, John Mueller, the enviable accolade of having the City of Yonkers designated the safest city of like size in America. Alas …

eHeziYonkers, the Most Safe City of Its Size in America Has Fallen Into Seventh Position Within Two Years Under Police Commissioner John Mueller
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Yonkers Police Department Promotions Held on Thursday, March 19, 2021

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YONKER, NY — March 21, 2021 — First Deputy Mayor Jim Cavanaugh and Police Commissioner John J. Mueller presided over March 19, 2021  promotion and appointment ceremony which was held in the historic Ceremonial Courtroom in Yonkers City Hall. The First Deputy Mayor and Commissioner were proud to elevate nine members to positions of higher authority and assignments within the …

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Attorney General James Delivers $150,000 to City of Yonkers School District to Support Homeless Youth

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Agreement Resolves Microsoft’s Overcharging of Sales Tax to Customers Purchasing Xbox Products Online in New York BRONXVILLE, NY, NEW YORK, NY and YONKERS, NY — March 2021 — New York Attorney General Letitia James today delivered $150,000 to the City of Yonkers Public Schools district to promote remote learning by homeless students. The funds will provide assistive technology to students, including …

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City of Yonkers and Local Hospitals Donate Personal Protective Equipment and Other Medical Supplies To Puebla, Mexico

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YONKERS, NY – March 13, 2021 – Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano was by joined Yonkers Police Commissioner John Mueller and representatives from St. Joseph’s Medical Center, St. John’s Riverside Hospital and Montefiore Medical Center to donate medical supplies to Hospital General de Acatlan in Puebla, Mexico on March 9, 2021 The donations are scheduled to be distributed to healthcare professionals who …

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Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano Issues Local Travel Ban for Non-Essential Personnel During Winter Storm

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Mayor Declares Snow Emergency and Opens City Emergency Operations Center Yonkers, NY – February 1, 2021 – Due to the current winter storm, Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano today declared a snow emergency restricting travel for all non-essential personnel and non-emergencies effective today through Tuesday. The City also activated its Emergency Operations Center, staffed with all essential personnel throughout the duration …

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THIS WEEK IN YONKERS: Yellow Zone Restrictions Lifted, Supporting Small Restaurants, COVID-19 Update & More!
By Yonkers Mayor MIKE SPANO

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YONKERS, NY — January 31, 2021 — This week, Governor Andrew Cuomo lifted the yellow zone restrictions, which allows the city to recharge our economic activity. Now, businesses and social gatherings will be subject to statewide restrictions. Restaurants and retail stores are allowed 50% of their maximum capacity, with dining tables restricted to no more than ten people. Bars and restaurants …

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Yonkers Public Schools Superintendent Dr. Edwin Quezada’s Response to Legal Counsel Michael Sussman Esq.’s Request

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January 26, 2021  Mr. Michael Sussman, Esq.  Sussman & Associates  1 Railroad Avenue, Suite 3  Goshen, New York 10924      Dear Mr. Sussman:  One Larkin Center  Yonkers, New York 10701  Tel. 914 376-8100  Fax 914 376-8584  equezada@yonkerspublicschools.org  Dr. Edwin M. Quezada  Superintendent of Schools  In response to your letter dated January 18, 2021, and on behalf of the Yonkers …

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Yonkers Police Department Opens New Fourth Precinct Annex

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Administrative Office to Assist with Needs of Burgeoning Yonkers Waterfront District YONKERS, NY – January 12, 2021– Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano today joined Yonkers Police Commissioner John Mueller and staff at 1 Hudson Street to officially open the Yonkers Police Department’s 4th Precinct’s Annex at Newell Hall. The new police administrative office will serve the growing needs of the Yonkers …

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Yonkers Mayor Mike Spano Releases Statement on Attack on U.S. Capitol

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YONKERS, NY — January 7, 2021 — “What transpired yesterday at the U.S. Capitol was nothing short of abhorrent and was an attack on the sanctity of our democracy. President Trump’s divisive words and the lies he continues to perpetuate incited chaos and insurrection by a lawless mob of his supporters. Their mission was to silence the voice of the …

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