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On the Avenue: St. Patrick’s Day Parade to serve as a boon to biz - The Brooklyn Home Reporter
03/27/2022
On the Avenue: St. Patrick’s Day Parade to serve as a boon to biz - The Brooklyn Home Reporter

On the Avenue: St. Patrick’s Day Parade to serve as a boon to biz - The Brooklyn Home Reporter

Irish eyes are sure to be smiling this weekend as Third Avenue plays host to the Bay Ridge St. Patrick’s Day Parade on Sunday, March 27. But merchants “on the avenue” should be smiling too, according to Merchants of Third Avenue President Dan Texeira, who said the parade serves as a boon to lo...

On the Avenue: Kiwanis Club helps raise $25k+ for FDNY family - The Brooklyn Home Reporter
03/05/2022
On the Avenue: Kiwanis Club helps raise $25k+ for FDNY family - The Brooklyn Home Reporter

On the Avenue: Kiwanis Club helps raise $25k+ for FDNY family - The Brooklyn Home Reporter

“No one fights alone” — and this fundraiser proves it!More than 250 individual donors have contributed to the Facebook fundraiser launched by members of the Kiwanis Club of Bensonhurst & Bay Ridge on Feb. 7 to benefit “Castle on the Hill” Firefighter Reno Genovese and his wife Michele, who...

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My Interview With Brian Fox. Yes, we have answers to my questions. JB another time. Of note is both sides say they want a virtual debate. So what the problem is will be investigated. 1. Fox supports an AUDIT of ThriveNYC without delay. $1.6 billion is unaccounted for and the system refuses to audit. 2. Supports ACC ending the killing of pets and animals. 3. Supports a law to require more Pet Friendly apartments. 4. Favors increases DoH monitoring of illegal conversions and increased fines. 5. Wants an effective mediation process for incompetent City agencies and workers that are protected by such as SEIU which endorsed Brian's opponent. 6. His main overall goal is reduce cirme with more cops in the streets. When NYPD needs Internal Affairs to force them to take felony reports (as happened to me) the stats are fake. 7. Congestion pricing for cars? Opposes. 8. Since government has FAILED to build senior housing in the area, Brian supports housing increased rent subsidies for seniors especially those on SSI. 9. Schools and over crowding? Caps on enrollment in the district and vouchers for parents. make use of unused space in parochial schools some of which are empty. 10. Local eyesores such as on Ovington with the half finished church? Private property but increase fines for such misuse or abandoned work. Same with scaffolds. 11. We all know the 68 has problems. But Fox's opponent continues to praise them for some reason. Brian, who supports the NYPD in general and opposes defunding, wants better training and improved morale, and a community response board when cops don't do their jobs properly. 12. As does Sliwa, supports an animal welfare agency to look after trapped or abandoned animals following a disaster, floor, fire, etc. "Where do we get the money"? After $1.6 billion pi**ed away for Thrive NYC the question is insulting. 13. Opposes DeBlasio's ending of Gifted and Talented classes. 14. SUPPORTS a VIRTUAL ONLINE DEBATE with his opponent. (Justin's campaign manager said they do too. ?? ). 15. Fox supports changes in Housing Court that will make the process less anti-tenant and less p[ro0ne to harassment of such tenants. 16. Brian supports being sure local car dealerships keep their cars OFF the sidewalks. 17. More cops are needed on subways, which we never see any more. There you have the answers. Justin Brannan's responses (through his friendly campaign manager, Michael) were harder to come by as there was no interview, but they are coming. Stay tuned.
It's budget season! Check out my op ed in the Brooklyn Home Reporter and Sunset News on the details of the budget process and how the budget affects our daily lives here in southern Brooklyn - on every issue from schools to public transportation. https://www.nysenate.gov/newsroom/articles/2020/andrew-gounardes/importance-state-budget-0 What are your budget priorities? Reach out and let me know.