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Christine Quinn (born July 25, 1966) is a Democratic politician and the current Speaker of the New York City Council. The third person to hold this office, Quinn is the first female...

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  • Jeff Klein Allies Ready to Pummel Oliver Koppell As Challenge Decision ...

      News Source: The New York Observer | 16 hours ago
    Mr. Koppell, edging ever closer toward declaring his intentions to run against Mr. Klein in the Bronx, has repeatedly blasted the co-majority leader for marshaling a breakaway faction of Democrats that govern the State Senate with the GOP. In Mr.
  • Central Park Conservancy says cars are poor alternative to horses

      News Source: NY Daily News | 2 days ago
    Central Park Conservancy says cars are poor alternative to horse carriages A day before the horseless carriage set to replace horse-drawn carriages is put on display at Javits Center, the nonprofit that manages Central Park says it would be a bad
  • Tish James Renews Public Advocate's Legislative Role

      News Source: The New York Observer | 22 days ago
    James has put her mark on more than a dozen pieces of legislation, including three she introduced herself, according to an analysis of City Council records by the Observer . That's as many as her predecessor, Mayor Bill de Blasio, introduced in the
  • Bill de Blasio Hires Top Christine Quinn Aide for Pre-K Push

      News Source: The New York Observer | 22 days ago
    Daniel was a key education aide to ex-Council Speaker Christine Quinn and, beginning Monday, will work under Deputy Mayor Richard Buery as a senior policy adviser...Buery is tasked with implementing Mr. de Blasio's key agenda items, including the
  • Mayoral Candidates: Where Are They Now?

      News Source: The New York Observer | 24 days ago
    Anthony Weiner had yet to enter the race, and Bill de Blasio was that tall guy who seemed locked in the second tier. Mr. de Blasio, of course, is now Mister Mayor, but what happened to everyone else? The Observer caught up with some of the wannabe
  • New York City restaurant inspections overhauled

      News Source: The Bellingham Herald | 29 days ago
    The New York City letter-grade restaurant system has been revamped by the City Council with an eye toward easing the burden of fines on restaurant owners. The changes will maintain the grading system implemented by former Mayor Michael Bloomberg but
  • Bill de Blasio Hails ‘Win, Win' Paid Sick Days Legislation

      News Source: The New York Observer | 1 month ago
    Bill de Blasio Hails Win, Win' Paid Sick Days Legislation 3/17 12:18pm Mayor Bill de Blasio and Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito at a press conference announcing the agreement of a new paid sick days bill. (Photo: NYC Council) Hailing a bill he's
  • Path to Banning Horse Carriages in City Seen as Product of Political ...

      News Source: NY1 | 1 month ago
    The path to banning horse carriages in the city is seen as a product of recent political developments, including the Supreme Court's Citizens United decision, the rezoning of the Far West Side and last year's mayoral election...One of last's year's

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