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Even for the few of us who regularly attend Community Board 8 meetings, many may not be aware of a monthly meeting of all the committee chairs and officers known as the executive committee. more
On a Friday afternoon, anyone on the Bronx Community Board 8 mailing list received a revised agenda for the upcoming full board meeting the following Tuesday: There would be an election for a new chair to the environment and sanitation committee. more
When we talk about this great country, the United States of America, we sometimes hear our centuries-old form of government referred to as a “great experiment.” more
Let’s be clear: Passion is absolutely no excuse for rudeness. more
The man authorities believe mailed more than a dozen pipe bombs to political leaders and supporters who tend to paint themselves blue is reportedly a rabid fan of both the president and vice president, and seems to listen very closely to what Donald Trump has to say. more
Bernard Baruch — the New York City philanthropist to whom Baruch College in Manhattan is named for — once advised all of us to “vote for the man who promises least” because “he will be the least disappointing.” more
If the Bronx was completely representative of the rest of the country, it would be a much smaller place because nearly 10,000 people would be in prison. more
The Bronx and West Virginia don’t exactly have a lot in common, but one thing they do share similarities in is population. There are 1.5 million people in our borough, while West Virginia has just under 1.8 million. more
The moment Alessandra Biaggi was declared the Democratic primary winner for the state senate seat held by Jeffrey Klein, a question that immediately entered the thoughts of many civically minded neighbors was most certainly, “What’s going to happen with all that money?” more
Jeffrey Dinowitz eyed the people lined up outside a catering venue in Williamsbridge with a smile. more
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