Monday, August 21, 2017

If you missed what's happening in the race for New York City Mayor - here is a recap August 13 - 20

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News and updates from the campaign trail

If you missed what's happening in the race for New York City Mayor - here is a recap August 13 - 20 

Stopped by FDNY Engine 153/Ladder 77
Staten Island
Great time with Sen. Ruben Diaz at Morrison Avenue Festival Bronx

Malliotakis points to sane city policy on mental health
Days after another NYPD officer was targeted and almost killed by a mentally ill man, GOP mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis is out with a thoughtful plan for how New York can better deal with people suffering from serious mental illness.

Email Release Raises Questions About De Blasio And Pay-To-Play
“The emails are sickening. I read them, and it undermines what democracy is all about. We’ve got to change the culture,” civil liberties advocate Norman Seigel said.

The release of emails that de Blasio exchanged with a number of deep pocketed donors seeking favors, has rocked the mayor’s world. (read more)

Housing Authority lawyers will help evictees battle the city
The city is going to pay lawyers to fight lawyers from its own Housing Authority.

Presumptive GOP mayoral nominee Nicole Malliotakis called the new law “insane.”
“Only in Bill de Blasio’s New York would you find the taxpayer picking up the legal fees on both sides in an eviction case,” she said. [read more]

Rivals attack de Blasio over nasty emails to staffers
Mayor de Blasio’s rivals hit him hard Sunday over condescending emails he sent to staffers criticizing their efforts to assist him.

Republican mayoral candidate Nicole Malliotakis said she was “disappointed” with the tone of the emails, adding “it’s important to treat people respectfully, especially when they’re putting in hours and sacrificing time away from their family to serve.” [read more]

Malliotakis, Castorina slam de Blasio, ask for all-way stop signs at PS 53
"If you're trying to protect pedestrians, especially at schools, it would make sense to have stop signs at the corner," Malliotakis said. [read more

De Blasio negotiates for city funds, then goes on vacation
“It’s unfortunate that the mayor made a strong case for additional matching funds by saying he had a competitive race and then took off on vacation,” said Dick Dadey, director of the government watchdog Citizens Union. (read more)

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