March 2014

Published: March 26, 2014

Publication: NY Post

By Carl Campanile

Top allies sued Mayor de Blasio Wednesday to overturn his decision to open 14 charter schools in city-owned buildings this fall.

The chief plaintiffs include Public Advocate Letitia James, Council …

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Published: March 24, 2014

Publication: The Chief

By Mark Toor

Black and Latino supervisors in the Sanitation Department who are suing the agency, charging that it discriminates in discretionary promotions to the higher ranks, rallied at City Hall March 16 …

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Published: March 18, 2014

Publication: NY Post

By Carl Campanile

A day after getting slapped with a federal lawsuit from charter school parents for canceling classroom space for their kids, Mayor Bill de Blasio got hit from the other side …

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Published: March 6, 2014

Publication: The Villager

By Arthur Z. Schwartz

Bill de Blasio — speaking at a “Hospitals Not Condos” rally in the Village last summer — promised to listen to the community and stakeholders, but must do it, the writer says. PHOTO BY TEQUILA MINSKY

BY ARTHUR Z. SCHWARTZ  |  We Villagers like to think of ourselves and our community as something exceptional. If fact, it was the only community in the city where …

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Published: March 5, 2014

Publication: NY1

By Jon Weinstein

Co-location Battle Brews at Inwood School

Angry parents and education advocates say they will go to court to keep a

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