Category Archives: — Neighborhoods

Politico lists three BPC moguls as top donors to Corrupt Cuomo

July 19, 2018- In the wake of the recent convictions for corruption of Cuomo’s top staff for rigging

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And then there were none: BPCA Chairman Dennis Mehiel ousted

June 20, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD At the June 19th BPCA board meeting, Chairman and CEO Dennis Mehiel announced that he was leaving

Posted in - Brookfield Place, - Downtown oversight, - Federal government, - Politics, - State Government, Battery Park City and BPCA, Crime, Gripes | 1 Comment

The West Thames Street pedestrian bridge is officially a bloated Cuomo pork project

August 2, 2018- Crain’s reports, “Officials revealed last week that the West Thames Street Pedestrian Bridge,

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Will Sheldon Silver ever see a day in prison?

Update October 5, 2018– Shelly dodged jail again. His appeal papers are due December 3rd.

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Battery Park City is the most expensive zip code in the country

August 25, 2018- A real estate site posted a survey of the average rental costs per zip code. BPC topped even Tribeca and San Francisco.  

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With the demise of the Village Voice, will the ugly news racks go too?

September 1, 2018- The Village Voice print newspaper has gone out of business. The company

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The History of BPC by Ed Koch

(5000 people have viewed this as of July, 2017) We had the chance to interview Mr. Koch a few years ago. Ed Koch, former Mayor of New York City and former U.S. Congressman,

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Terrorist strikes BPC

September 29, 2018- Federal prosecutes are seeking the death penalty for “bike path terrorist”

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In Mayor de Blasio’s NYC, people are being kidnapped, drugged, and robbed

September 3, 2018- A while back, a cardiologist had his life ruined by foolishly going to Scores.

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Quid pro Cuomo: Governor Cuomo appoints only BPCA board members who donate millions to him

February 25, 2018- The NYT reports, “To tally the donations that Mr. Cuomo has received

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Governor Quid Quo Cuomo panders to Hispanics by proposing Puerto Rico hurricane memorial in BPC

September 21, 2018- Our corrupt Mafia Don governor, whom I prefer to call “Quid Pro Cuomo“, is pandering to the socialists on the left by proposing a monument in The Battery (the news

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This real estate bubble feels worse than the one that burst in 2007

(Apartment at 200 Rector Place empty for 18-months as Milford Management tries to sell hundreds of new units) Update April 3, 2018- Bloomberg reports that the real estate market is stagnant and as bad as after the

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The first ever French-American apple pie

November 26, 2015- by Chef Steven E. Greer I had the idea quite some time ago, after enjoying a chocolate croissant at Le District, to make

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Interview with Pace University leaders

February 27, 2014- By Steven E. Greer, MD We interviewed the Dean of Pace University’s College of Arts and Sciences, Nira Herrmann, and her Chair of Performing Arts, Jorge Cacheiro, about their college, and the newly constructed classroom building on … Continue reading

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Exclusive: Harvey Weinstein met with the woman he allegedly groped the next day at the Tribeca Grand Hotel

Update October 5, 2017- The Post reports that Harvey Weinstein is lawyering up ahead of the release of

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The BPCA PILOT fees are unconstitutional taxation without representation

Update December 20, 2017- Governor Cuomo finally, reluctantly, signed the bill to supposedly

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Exclusive: BPCA head of human resources, Brenda McIntyre, fired

October 21, 2017- BPTV has learned that Brenda McIntyre, Vice President of Human Resources at the

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New BPCA board member Louis Bevilacqua seems to be an improvement

October 26, 2017- by Steven E. Greer One of the three new BPCA board members, Louis Bevilacqua, who is a senior partner at the large

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The new BPCA administration, courtesy of Steven E. Greer

March 7, 2018- by Steven E. Greer, MD On March 5th, the BPCA convened a town hall meeting in 6 River Terrace. On display for the first time

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BPCA long-time CFO, Robert Serpico, leaving

Update December 7, 2016- Today was BPCA CFO Robert Serpico’s last public board meeting.

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