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Well make funding the MTA a major priority in your respective campaigns.


















#6 The Original Pizza Sam's When I used to live in Jackson Heights I would order from them all the time. It's nice to see that some things never change.





































With a major increase in overall LIRR ridership, no wonder the MTA is adding major safety improvements for riders.

















I used to be able to find good advice from your blog articles. http://www.yourlawyer.com/new-york




GREAT JOB Officer Kim!







I live on a dead-end block in Whitestone. With the possibility of no snow plow on my block. we all joined together on the block and actually shoved the block. Lo and behold, in the wee hours of the morning, a plow went through the block. It was actually worse. I ended up with a pile of snow in front of my driveway. The plows they use are very old fashioned. All they do is push the snow around, and you end up with huge mountains that never melt. They should use the type of plows they got in Russia. After it plows, the snow is sucked up. There's plenty of water around to dump the snow.







Very nice Congrats Barry!

December 02, 2015 / 3:45 AM
I've printed out the faces of these characters and will be posting in my community, local stores, banks, grocery shops, as well on social media. Looks like the slobs forgot that every corner and peephole in NYC is filmed. They won't get away for long.






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November 04, 2015 / 10:51 AM
Congrats Barry! Very happy for you and the people you will serve. Danny Ruscillo







I am blessed to have a great family: my amazing husband, Bassam, and our two wonderful children, Nicole and Daniel. I have worked since 1993 as the high school guidance counselor at Lexington School for the Deaf. The last four plus years have been really rough. In May of 2011 I was diagnosed with ovarian cancer, stage 3C. I continued to work while undergoing surgery and then chemo. Shortly afterwards, I joined, Empire, the only cancer Dragonboat team. I got stronger. In August 2014. I recurred - more surgery, more chemo. Throughout it all my family, my friends, school community and my Dragonboat team helped me to thrive. I am again in remission. I feel blessed. My family especially my husband, Bassam, has been so supportive, but we all could use a vacation. We have not been anywhere in years. We could all use a break, the sun and fun of Cancun beckons!







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