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Council Member Robert Cornegy, Jr. (council.nyc.gov) A few months into his first term as a member of the New York City Council, Brooklyn's Robert Cornegy Jr. has tapped into his experience
Washington Square Park (nycgovparks.org) If you want to smoke in a park, go to Queens. Since the city's ban on smoking in parks went into effect in 2011, only one ticket for
New York City Hall (wikimedia) What to look for this week, via the city and Albany: After a fairly quiet week due to the Passover and Easter holidays and public school spring
New York legislative leaders celebrate their recent budget deal (AP) Some years, the state budget is home to the "big ugly," a package of unrelated legislation cobbled together last minute through
Mayor de Blasio making a prior Sandy recovery announcement (nyc.gov) In September 2013, then-candidate Bill de Blasio made a mayoral campaign trip to the Rockaways, a region in Queens hit hard
Council Member Robert Cornegy Jr. at a council hearing (William Alatriste) A few months into his first term as a member of the New York City Council, Brooklyn's Robert Cornegy Jr.
An immigration reform rally (pbs.org) On June 15, 2012, Kurt was interning at his mother's insurance brokerage firm in Long Island, having wrapped up a rigorous freshman year as a finance
CM Robert Cornegy Jr discussing his audible alarms bill (William Alatriste) A few months into his first term as a member of the New York City Council, Brooklyn's Robert Cornegy Jr.
Mayor de Blasio announces his press team (nyc.gov) What to look for in New York politics this week, via the city and Albany: After another busy week in New York City politics
Bill de Blasio delivers his April 10th speech (nyc.gov) The theme of Mayor Bill de Blasio's April 10th speech, entitled an "Address on New York City's Future," was defining a "progressive