City Council vows to fight workplace sexual harassment

The #MeToo movement has come to City Hall. Two City Council committees held a join hearing Wednesday to learn the scope of the sexual harassment problem in the workplace and to highlight the need for legislation to combat the crime in both the government and private employment sectors. … Full Article

MTA head Lhota joins retired Assemblymember Brennan to discuss transit crisis

In the best tradition of Daniel entering the lion’s den, one-time Republican mayoral candidate and current MTA head Joe Lhota appeared before the Independent Neighborhood Democrats at St. Francis College to explain the origins of and possible remedies for the city’s growing transit crisis. … Full Article

Conservative Party endorses Donovan for Congress

U.S. Rep. Dan Donovan received a major endorsement yesterday in his reelection bid for U.S. Congress. The Conservative Party has thrown its support behind the incumbent Republican. … Full Article

Brooklyn Councilmember Cornegy steps into NYCHA fray

Councilmember Robert Cornegy on Wednesday requested that Gov. Andrew Cuomo declare a state of emergency so that urgently needed repairs to heat and hot water can be rushed at New York City Housing Authority (NYCHA) buildings. … Full Article

L Train coalition prepares to confront agencies on behalf of North Brooklyn

The words “New York City,” “transportation” and “crisis” have become as redundant as that “expect delays” sign that overlooks the Gowanus Expressway.  Just navigating around to observe and report on Gotham’s growing transit problems gets harder every day. … Full Article


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