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State Appeals Court Rules De Blasio Must Release Emails
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2018-05-03    0 views
A state appeals court ruled Mayor De Blasio
will have to turn over his emails.

The decision comes after the New
York Post and NY1 took him to court

for failing to release emails to a consultant,
the head of public relations firm BerlinRosen.

de Blasio’s team called him an
“agent of the city” to avoid releasing the emails.

Under Freedom of Information Law, emails
between city employees can be kept private.

But the court ruled that the firm was
not contracted by the city

and thus their communication was not exempt
from freedom of information requests.

The appellants were ordered
to pay the media companies’ legal fees.
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3 Dead, 8 Injured in Queens Fire
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2018-04-30    0 views
A deadly fire broke out in Queens on Saturday night.

3 people were killed and 8 were injured.

The dead included a 32-year-old, an 82-year-old,
and an 87-year-old.

11 people in total were taken to hospitals.

The 3-alarm fire took the FDNY over an
hour to get under control.

The fire broke out at a Queens Village home
just before midnight on Saturday, April 28.
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Confirmed- Norovirus Outbreak affects 50 college students in New York
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2018-04-26    0 views
A norovirus outbreak was confirmed on April 25.

Hamilton College in upstate New York
said over 24 of its students were infected.

Some media have reported over 50 cases.

On-campus dining facilities were
closed down for disinfection

and the school has been cleaning
common areas around campus.

Infected students were
asked not to come to class

until 2 days after their symptoms disappeared.

The virus is spread through contact.

The CDC warns that people can transmit it
through food, water, and surfaces.

Symptoms of the norovirus include
stomach pains, nausea, diarrhea, and vomiting.

The CDC says washing hands
is the best prevention method.

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State Health Officials Issue Measles Warning
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2018-04-25    0 views
The New York Department of Health issued
a measles warning April 21.

If a person visited any of the 3 places

that two tourists from Europe
who had the virus recently visited

the department warned they may be infected.


Kingdom Hall of Jehovah's Witnesses: Brooklyn, NY April 15 10 a.m. to 2 p.m.
Watchtower World Headquarters: Tuxedo Park, NY April 16 11 a.m. to 4:30 p.m.
Watchtower Educational Center: Patterson, NY April 17 10 a.m. to 4 p.m.

The virus remains alive in the air
and on surfaces for 2 hours.


Possible Symptoms
fever
rash
cough
conjunctivitis
runny nose

Symptoms usually appear
10 to 12 days after exposure.

Anyone experiencing measles symptoms,
are advised to contact their health care provider.

The department suggests calling instead of
visiting to avoid spreading the virus.
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NY parolees get the right to vote under Cuomo executive order, GOP Chair Cox- liberal lunacy
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2018-04-21    0 views
Gov. Andrew Cuomo signed an
executive order on Wednesday

to restore voting rights to parolees with a felony.

This is estimated to impact
about 35,000 New Yorkers.

Cuomo touted the order as an
improvement to the democratic process

and a hand to parolees returning to society.

However, state Republican Chairman
Ed Cox did not agree.

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“Cuomo’s actions are purely political, just to win the
votes of radical voters. His crazy liberal approach
is destroying New York State."

Senate Majority Leader John Flanagan

said Cuomo's skirting the legislature
could also make his executive order illegal.

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NYC Food Vendor uses Fake Identities to avoid $117K in fines-NEW
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2018-04-19    0 views
The NYC Health Dept. issued 155 health citations
over 10 years to a food vendor named Abdelhakim
Hassan Ganash, the New York Post reported.

Instead of paying them, Ganash got
a new business license 3 times.

Vendors in the city must pay off citations
before they can renew their license

which they are required to do every 2 years.

He was caught once in 2012 by the Health
Department.

As a result, he was forbidden from getting
any more licenses.

But in 2016, he again got a license.

This time he gave his middle initial
instead of his full middle name

and changed his phone number and address.

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He now owes $117,300 in fines.

He was issued another license that year.

The Health Department has vowed to
crack down on wrongly-issued permits.


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De Blasio Donated $350 to Charity Last Year- Report
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2018-04-19    0 views
New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio
released his tax returns on Tuesday.

He and his wife’s annual income
was $223,449 in 2017.

Of that, the couple donated $350 in
to charity.

That’s compared to $2,088
they gave the previous year.

The mayor's spokesperson told the New York
Post that the mayor is “not a rich man”

and that the couple is helping pay their
son’s tuition at Yale University.




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NYC Food Vendor uses Fake Identities to avoid $117K in fines
Henry.Yan
2018-04-18    0 views
The health bureau issued 155 health citations
toalling $117,000 between 2006 and 2016 to

a New York snack vendor named Abdelhakim
Hassan Ganash.

Vendors operating in the city must pay off all
citations before they can renew their licenses,

which they are required to do every two years.

Instead of paying his tickets, Ganash applied for
a new business license three times during that
period.

He was caught once in 2012 by the health
department, and they promptly said that he would
never again be issued any licenses or permits.

Then, in 2016, he returned to apply; he gave
only his middle initial and changed his
phone number and address.

He was issued another license that year.

The New York City Department of Health stated
that the application procedures will be strictly

examined in the future, and applicants using
improper methods will be revoked.

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CDC Identifies Source of E. Coli Outbreak
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2018-04-14    0 views
An outbreak of 35 cases of E. coli
may have been solved.

The CDC says it was caused by romaine
lettuce from Yuma County, Arizona.

The CDC didn’t identify a grower or provider.

But it recommends throwing away chopped
romaine lettuce from the region

and not buying chopped lettuce without
knowing the origin.

People in 11 states were infected.
22 were hospitalized.

No deaths have been reported,
but 3 have developed a type of kidney failure.

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Guilty Pleas Given After Exposure of Long Island Dog Fighting Ring
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2018-04-13    0 views
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
announced guilty pleas from 3 suspects involved
in dogfighting.

Defendants:
Richard Davis, 34
Taikeem Wheeler, 27
Martin Newkirk, 49

The 3 Long Island residents
were arrested last fall.

They are accused of breeding and grooming
American Pit Bulls for dog fighting.

At the time of arrest, police seized
36 dogs, over half of which were puppies.


Most of the dogs rescued had bite wounds,
that appeared to be from dog fights.

None appeared to have been treated
by a veterinarian before being rescued.

They also seized numerous
dogfighting training materials.

Many of the pit bulls rescued were
of the RedBoy, Jeep, and Beast bloodlines.

These bloodlines are well known to be favored
by dogfighters because of their aggressiveness.

Most of the dogs have been placed into
new homes by the ASPCA.

“Dog fighting is a barbaric, despicable, and illegal form of animal abuse
That both tortures animals and endangers public safety.”
–State Attorney General Schneiderman

He said the judge will hand them
a sentence in June.

Schneiderman urged all New Yorkers
to report such animal cruelty to his office.


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Embattled Railroad President Resigns After Critical State Report
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2018-04-13    0 views
Embattled Long Island Railroad President
Patrick Nowakowski resigned on April 11.

The State Comptroller’s Office opened an
investigation in March this year.

The state report found that LIRR delays
in 2017 cost riders millions of dollars.

LIRR’s on-time rate was at its lowest level
in nearly 18 years.

In 2017, 21,400 Long Island trains were
delayed or canceled.

That was an increase of 20% from 2016 and
cost riders roughly $75 million.

The LIRR is one of the most important public
transportation links between Long Island
and New York City.

According to MTA data, the number of Long Island
commuters reached 89 million passengers
between 2011 and 2016.

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Guilty Pleas Given After Exposure of Long Island Dog Fighting Ring-New
Henry.Yan
2018-04-13    0 views
New York Attorney General Eric Schneiderman
announced guilty pleas from 3 suspects involved
in dogfighting.

Defendants:
Richard Davis, 34
Taikeem Wheeler, 27
Martin Newkirk, 49

The 3 Long Island residents
were arrested last fall.

They are accused of breeding and grooming
American Pit Bulls for dog fighting.

At the time of arrest, police seized
36 dogs, over half of which were puppies.


Most of the dogs rescued had bite wounds,
that appeared to be from dog fights.

None appeared to have been treated
by a veterinarian before being rescued.

They also seized numerous
dogfighting training materials.

Many of the pit bulls rescued were
of the RedBoy, Jeep, and Beast bloodlines.

These bloodlines are well known to be favored
by dogfighters because of their aggressiveness.

Most of the dogs have been placed into
new homes by the ASPCA.

“Dog fighting is a barbaric, despicable, and illegal form of animal abuse
That both tortures animals and endangers public safety.”
–State Attorney General Schneiderman

He said the judge will hand them
a sentence in June.

Schneiderman urged all New Yorkers
to report such animal cruelty to his office.


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