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Yes, many of us here in Jamaica want our community cleaned up, a better quality of life, a thriving downtown with amenities and leaders who are not corrupt or lazy, not what we have now, which is pretty much a mess, a mess made by poor leadership, apathy...
A glimpse at a dream of a future New York City subway system. (Map via Vanshnookenraggen) As Christine Quinn’s staff members taught us during this year’s mayoral race, it’s really easy to draw some lines on a map and call it a transit...
The agency that’s responsible for managing Boston’s building boom has a new name, logo and set of strategies for connecting with its constituencies. But as it sheds its 59-year-old handle in favor of the Boston Planning & Development Agency, it...
The flagship pro-Israel lobbying organization failed to stop Obama’s Iran Deal. It may lose even more influence under Trump. By Armin Rosen, TABLET At first blush, at least, a Trump presidency promises everything that AIPAC, America’s largest pro-Israel...
By: The Voice of Reason | “Obama set the table for what’s coming, and some of us have been warning about it since at LEAST as early as last March, but no one listened.” George Soros famously said back in September, “Western Society Must Fall Before...
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Knowing the ways all the different agencies and banks work is important to being successful purchasing foreclosed homes.
From 2007 through 2014, nearly 5,000 people were "permanently excluded" from NYCHA because of an arrest—not necessarily a conviction—on or near NYCHA property.
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January 4, 2017 Diabetes and assaults, HIV and asthma, sicken or kill people in low-income areas at higher rates. Often, it isn’t that there’s no method or money to address the problem – it’s that we ...