Category Archives: Community

28 Oct
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Liz Joins Other East Side Elected Officials in Letter to DOE Regarding PS 116

Dear Chancellor Walcott: We write to encourage the Department of Education to take steps to address long- standing overcrowding at PS 116 by immediately zoning and incubating the new school, PS/IS 281, which is opening at First Avenue and 35th ...

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25 Oct
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Liz’s Community Bulletin: October 2011

Click here for Senator Liz Krueger’s Community Bulletin for October 2011

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20 Oct
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Liz Joins Public Advocate Bill de Blasio in Fight Against Sexual Assault

Senator Liz Krueger recently collaborated  with Public Advocate Bill de Blasio on “Making Our Communities Safer,” a guide to help prevent sexual assault and harassment in our communities.  While we cannot predict these random acts of violence, we can help ...

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07 Oct
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NYC Land Deal With UN Would Close Waterfront Gap, Mayor Says

By Henry Goldman and Katie Spencer New York City moved a step closer to completing an 18-year-old plan for a waterfront esplanade around Manhattan after the United Nations Development Corp. agreed to pay $73 million for land to build offices, ...

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27 Sep
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Liz’s Free Events List for October 2011

Click Here for Senator Liz Krueger’s Free Events List in Senate District 26 for October 2011.

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21 Sep
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Residents Make Last Stand at Final Public Forum on East River Greenway

KIPS BAY — The final public forum to debate the proposed East River Greenway project drew a hefty crowd of more than 300 people on Tuesday night with residents still divided over the best fate for the project. Most of ...

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19 Sep
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Concerned About the State’s Redistricting Process? Ensure Your Voice Is Heard

The State’s Task Force charged with developing a redistricting plan for the State’s Congressional, Senate and Assembly district lines will be holding a hearing in Manhattan this Wednesday, the 21st.  Senator Liz Krueger encourages you to attend this meeting and ...

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07 Sep
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Liz’s Community Bulletin: September 2011

Message from Liz . . . We are a less than a week away from the 10 year anniversary of the attacks of September 11, 2001, and just over a week past Hurricane Irene.   Each had a very different and ...

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01 Sep
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Filing Insurance Claims on Damages Suffered During Hurricane Irene

Citizens throughout the state experienced extreme weather on Sunday, the 28th, and many New Yorkers are still dealing with the aftermath of flooding, downed trees, power outages and other devastation. It is encouraged that those who felt the most destructive ...

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31 Aug
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Liz Introduces Helpful Guide to Employing a Nanny & Other Full Time Domestic Workers

Dear Community Members, Many of my constituents have chosen to hire full time nannies or other domestic workers for their families. Some people are unaware, however, that when they hire domestic workers, they become employers, subject to the same rules ...

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