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A New Name for Our Premier Waterway

Jan 05, 2009

Engraving from Currier & Ives, 1892. Library of Congress Prints and Photographs Division. With the Triborough Bridge now known as the R.F.K. Bridge, New York City is evidently in a re-naming

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Homeland Security Funding

Jun 14, 2004

  New York City's first responders continue to suffer severe shortages in funding and can expect to see their limited resources diminish even further under the Bush Administration’s proposed Budget for

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Keeping Ferry Service Afloat

May 17, 2004

  Each time the New York Mets take the field this summer the Grand Central Parkway, Northern Boulevard, and the Van Wyck will

 

Help Small Business, Not the Wealthy

Mar 26, 2004

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Looking To History

Mar 23, 2004

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Gotham at War

Mar 23, 2004

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A Time Of Crisis

Feb 23, 2004

It is an extraordinary time to be the Speaker of the City Council. Last year, we elected a new mayor, a new comptroller, and a new public advocate who have

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Fast, Not Fancy -- And In Midtown, Not Downtown

Feb 22, 2004

It is terribly important that whatever is to be done to rebuild Manhattan be done rapidly. The rebuilding must not be delayed--or stopped dead--by the usual New York acrimony about

Last Updated (Monday, January 07, 2013 07:05 AM)

 

Stick With Libeskind

Feb 21, 2004

As the first building scheduled to go up at Ground Zero, the Freedom Tower offers a glimpse into the future of the site as a whole, and whether it will

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