Keyword: Gov. Kathy Hochul
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To the editor: When Gov. Kathy Hochul won her election last November, Democrats across the state expected that she would select a chief justice of the New York Court of Appeals who would support basic elements of the Democratic platform — including reproductive freedom and the right to organize. more
At least one local elected, a union and a community organization applauded a state committee’s rejection of Democratic Gov. Kathy Hochul’s chief judge nominee in a narrow vote last week. more
To the editor: I have lived in New York state all my life. I have voted every year since I became of age. I always had confidence in my state, my city, and my local government. more
New York landlords can no longer impose surcharges on rent-regulated tenants who install their own air-conditioners after a bill sponsored by state Sen. Robert Jackson and Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz was signed into law by Gov. Kathy Hochul Nov. 21. more
Deb Travis was appointed to be new chair of the Parks and Recreation committee for Community Board 8. more
Just when you thought the election season was over, there is something else voters have to focus on in the general election other than the gubernatorial election and some competitive congressional races. There are four ballot initiatives to ponder. more
Students at one of the three greater Riverdale colleges will benefit the most from Gov. Kathy Hochul’s expansion of the popular New York State Tuition Assistance Program for part-time students. more
The Kingsbridge bus depot will be one of six in the five boroughs to replace diesel-guzzling commuter buses with electric vehicles this fall, the MTA announced recently. more
Ink Property Group will pay up to $1.75 million for illegally buying out rent-stabilized tenants, deregulating their units, and lying to lenders to finance dozens of additions to their portfolio, New York Attorney General Leticia James announced this week. more
To the editor: The apple, Gov. Kathy Hochul, didn’t fall far from the tree, former Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Both enjoy the perks of office at taxpayer expense. more
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