(The Center Square) – When New York starts receiving doses of the COVID-19 vaccine later this month, state officials will give priority access to nursing home patients and staff and health care workers, Gov. Andrew Cuomo said Wednesday.
I’m a lifelong Democrat, but I can’t vote for Rebecca Seawright. My reasons are as plain as they are simple. Who does she represent?
This week, a Susan Rosenthal lawsuit angrily lashed out at Governor Cuomo and his henchmen along with RIOC’s own do-nothing board of enablers directors.
Make the bastards listen, Roosevelt Island. Kick a little ass now because it’s the only path you have for running your own community.
RIOC’s animal abuse scandal attracted the attention of national media as the New York Post picked up on our story. The state agency, tightly controlled by Governor Andrew Cuomo, again embarrasses a community, offending responsible citizens.
Who’s sabotaging the Westview plan for exiting Mitchell-Lama into affordability? Four full years after tenants overwhelming approved the plan, it’s lost in Cuomo’s Albany. Two years there and two more RIOC wasted screwing around with ownership here before voting “Yes.” So, who’s doing the dirty work now?
Who ambushed Susan Rosenthal? Who’s covering up for him or her, and why? A whistleblower? A disgruntled employee out to get the boss? We’re finally ready to name names and ask more questions.
RIOC President Susan Rosenthal was fired unexpectedly by Governor Andrew Cuomo on Friday, June 19th. Sexually and racially offensive language, his office claimed, was the cause, but it now appears she may be a victim of political correctness run amok. Or an in-house coup in which her accuser […]
The New York City reopening miracle starts today, June 8th, much sooner than seemed possible in late March. That’s when PAUSE, an executive order, shut down the state as some of our darkest days loomed.
When New York reopens on June 8th, at least 200,000 people go back to work, but the symbolism is even greater. A restart and a rebirth as what?