Category Archives: – City government

The reason New York streets are covered in ugly scaffolding

December 1, 2019- The Post writes:

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Tip of the Week: Ed Koch explains how to deal with “Crazies” in NYC politics

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Medical Examiners are elected officials and often produce corrupt findings

August 20, 2019- by Steven E. Greer MD The pathologist who performed the autopsy on Jeffrey Epstein reported multiple fractures in his neck,

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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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Disney HQ to relocate to old location of City Winery

August 7, 2019- Tribeca Citizen reports, “Plans were filed with DOB this week for Disney’s building to

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City Council bill proposes to limit time that building scaffolding can stay in place

December 7, 2016- BatteryPark.TV was the first news source to cover the scams behind the permanent sidewalk

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The reason cities are fighting Airbnb

December 2, 2013- Why are cities like New York in such a tizzy over new online sites, such as Airbnb, that let

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Kermit the Frog (Michael Bloomberg) won’t run for POTUS

March 5, 2019- The best part of presidential elections is watching delusional bubble dwellers

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NYEDC President, a holdover from Bloomberg era, enables helicopter noisemakers

Update April 29, 2014- For the story below, we asked State Senator Squadron for a comment, and they ignore us. Therefore, we asked them in person at the Cb1 meeting tonight. I asked, “what happened to the planned event for … Continue reading

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Earning $500,000 salaries, executives of 9/11 Memorial are charging $24 admission and still losing money

Update December 10, 2017- The Post reports that the museum is losing money because

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Downtown Connection Bus to skip stops along The Battery to dodge violent felons

Update June 2, 2019- For the second year, the bus is forced to skip stops anywhere near the Battery

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How the MTA can save $10 Billion

September 7, 2019- The NY Post has a rare bit of journalism. It details the different ways that

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West Side Highway speed limit lowered to 30 mph

October 11, 2019- The West Side Highway speed limit has been lowered to 30 from 35-mph.

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Get to know your rights granted by The Constitution

May 30, 2016- by pro se litigant Steven E. Greer, MD Now that I am a federal plaintiff and pro se litigator, with a viable case asserting my First Amendment rights,

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The United States just entered into a second Civil War

Update November 5, 2017- Outspoken conservative senator Rand Paul was attacked by his neighbor,

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Homeless take over Tribeca

September 25, 2019- The TribecaCitizen covers the scourge of homeless who are sleeping in

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We must take back the cities

Update October 11, 2019- It is as if Trump is listening to me. He went into the heart of super-liberal

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The Late Reviewer: “16 Acres”: How the biggest lightning rod in the world was made

 September 20, 2014- by Steven E. Greer “16 Acres” is an excellent documentary that describes the politics behind the rebuilding of Ground Zero, and why it has taken so long.

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Violent felons selling fake Statue of Liberty tickets finally ousted from the Battery?

August 21, 2019- by Steven E. Greer BPTV has been the only source to state bluntly that the con artists in The Battery selling bogus

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Tear down the Rector Street bridge

Update December 1, 2015- The BPCA today announced that the Rector Street Bridge will indeed

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