Keyword: Eric Dinowitz
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New York City has more than 1,700 parks, playgrounds and recreational facilities in the five boroughs, but how many accessible bathrooms are there? In the confines of Community Board 8, there are 11 comfort stations while two are accessible for people with disabilities. more
In these post-Covid times, many greater Riverdale restaurants are still struggling to meet the bottom line. To help those eateries that have survived, the organizers of Riverdale Restaurant Week are back for an encore. more
City homeless services officials have selected Yonkers-based Westhab Inc. as the new nonprofit provider to build and operate the proposed 130-bed single adult homeless shelter at 6661 Broadway in North Riverdale. The proposed contract award amount for the new vendor has jumped to $355 million. more
To the editor: I am disturbed to see the increasing graffiti around Riverdale. more
Kai-Lin Rausch’s daughter who is in the fourth-grade, cried when she found out her school, Saint Gabriel School, might close after 82 years. more
Students with disabilities depend on their Individualized Education Program to receive the help they need from K-12. But in a blink of an eye after high school graduation — that help is all gone. more
To the editor: Our Councilman, Eric Dinowitz, has made higher education in our city immeasurably better for people like me who have had to work to overcome their learning differences at every turn. more
The City Council unanimously approved Councilman Eric Dinowitz’s bill on Jan. 19 to develop and manage a program to assist students with disabilities who are seeking to go to college. more
To the editor: I am in my 25th year as a professor of counselor education — school and clinical mental health counseling — at CUNY’s Lehman College. It’s also the end of my first year as a 10471 resident. more
Councilwoman Carmen De La Rosa, whose district covers Marble Hill and upper Manhattan, finally introduced a bill on Jan. 4 to clear the way for Mayor Eric Adams’ push to move thousands of the city’s retirees to a cost-savings privatized health care plan. more
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