An extra $50 billion in revenue could be put to use statewide.
“We need parks, not more fracked gas.”
“Impeachment proceedings are the appropriate avenue…to hold the Governor accountable.”
The primary race for city council will take place on June 22.
State Senator Julia Salazar is often described politically as being left of the center; she’s a Democratic Socialist and a self-identified “Marxist.” It’s no wonder then that her challenger, Andy […]
Less than two years ago, State Senator Julia Salazar was considered the insurgent candidate. A 27-year-old Democratic Socialist, she challenged Brooklyn’s Democratic establishment and won. Heading into this year’s June […]
Last summer, Darla Childs, a Greenpoint resident of 16 years, was ready to leave the neighborhood. After months of trying to get her son into a Pre-K program at neighborhood […]
A new state law that began in Greenpoint as a crowdfunding campaign to provide sexual assault victims free transportation home from the hospital following treatment is headed to Governor Andrew Cuomo for […]
A town hall hosted by state Senator Julia Salazar and Assemblyman Joe Lentol will take place in Williamsburg next week. The “groundbreaking bills passed this year” and the “goals for […]
The next public meeting regarding real estate development and Superfund sites in North Brooklyn is happening Thursday, Feb. 28 at the Polish Slavic Center (176 Java St.) from 7 p.m. […]