The Roosevelt Island Daily News City Council Member Julie Menin’s Office Announced Late Today With the rising cases of Covid-19 and the spread of the Omicron variant in New York City, Council […]
It’s Saturday, January 22nd, 2022 “Nobody beats the Wiz…?” But Roosevelt Island Did… David Stone, Publisher & Editor Powered by: The Roosevelt Island Daily News New York COVID-19 State of Emergency. Indoor […]
Southpoint Park, the promised people’s place, set aside for Roosevelt Islanders, got lost. It got lost in a bureaucratic, possibly corrupt shuffle, leaving locals out. By David Stone Special to The Roosevelt […]
The cat sanctuary water crisis, caused for still unexplained reasons, flared in late spring, 2018. By the end of June, it ended, but repercussions vibrate into 2021 with dried up water fountains […]
The 2020 Cat Sanctuary crisis resolved in December, the state agency returning to its senses. But two years ago, their first assault was just as mean, albeit a lot more whiney and […]
RIOC conflicts of interest for board member Michael Shinozaki loom large but remain publicly undisclosed. He does not abstain from voting, and he’s open with opinions. But why no disclosure…?
In a last minute move, RIOC seeks a benefit for Hudson-Related, disregarding public wishes, at its December board meeting. The state agency wants the real estate giant off the hook for building […]
If you count on F & E Trains for getting around, changes are ahead, starting January 1st. Eight years after Superstorm Sandy, repairs are finally on track.
In April, 2011, the Wall Street Journal quoted RIOC board member Jonathan Kalkin. “This has really been the big thing on this island that’s never worked. We’re excited to finally take this […]
RIOC digs in deeper, embracing magical budgeting and pushing back against community outreach. At an unannounced Audit Committee meeting, RIOC’s bunker mode was in full force.