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Vote Breakdown for Koch Queensboro
March 24th, 2011

We have had a number of requests for a breakdown of yesterday’s vote on the Ed Koch Queensboro Bridge.

(We cover the debate this morning here.)

So, without further ado, here you go:

Maria Del Carmen Arroyo — absent
Charles Barron — no
Gale A. Brewer — yes
Fernando Cabrera — yes
Margaret S. Chin — no
Leroy G. Comrie, Jr. — no
Elizabeth S. Crowley — yes
Inez E. Dickens — yes
Erik Martin Dilan — yes
Daniel Dromm — yes
Mathieu Eugene — yes
Julissa Ferreras — yes
Lewis A. Fidler — yes
Helen D. Foster — no
Daniel R. Garodnick — no

James F. Gennaro — yes
Vincent J. Gentile — yes
Sara M. Gonzalez — yes
David G. Greenfield — yes
Daniel J. Halloran III — no
Vincent M. Ignizio — yes
Robert Jackson — yes
Letitia James — no
Peter A. Koo — yes
G. Oliver Koppell — yes
Karen Koslowitz — yes
Brad S. Lander — yes
Jessica S. Lappin — yes
Stephen T. Levin — yes
Melissa Mark-Viverito — yes
Darlene Mealy — yes
Rosie Mendez — yes
Michael C. Nelson — yes
James S. Oddo — yes
Annabel Palma — yes
Christine C. Quinn — yes
Domenic M. Recchia, Jr. — yes
Diana Reyna — yes
Joel Rivera — yes
Ydanis A. Rodriguez — yes
Deborah L. Rose — no
James Sanders, Jr. — yes
Larry B. Seabrook — yes
Eric A. Ulrich — yes
James Vacca — yes
Peter F. Vallone, Jr. — no
James G. Van Bramer — no
Albert Vann — no
Mark S. Weprin — yes
Thomas White, Jr. — yes
Jumaane D. Williams — no

By on March 24, 2011, 11:08 am
In category: City Hall,Electoral Politics,Eye Opener,Gotham City,Governing,Land Use,Law,nextNY,Public Finance,Transportation | 2 Comments »

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2 Responses to “Vote Breakdown for Koch Queensboro”

  1. Waste of $$ Says:
    March 24th, 2011 at 3:12 pm

    This is a waste of money.

    Didn’t Larry Seabrook go to jail? He’s still a councilmember.

  2. dresses Says:
    November 27th, 2012 at 12:38 pm

    I guess, it comes down to 32685 simple choice!

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