Jeffrey Dinowitz, Then and Now

Dinosaur.jpgBronx Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz on congestion pricing, February 2008:

Who could support a plan that creates a regressive tax on middle-class
and working people from the Bronx and the outer boroughs?

Jeffrey Dinowitz on the possibility of eliminating the Bx34, February 2009:

"The fact that they would come up with such a boneheaded idea with this
bus reflects really poorly on their ability to run this agency."

Here’s hoping that residents of the Bronx, most of whom rely on transit, decide for themselves who the real boneheads are.

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Jeffrey Dinowitz Hosts a West Bronx Congestion Pricing Forum

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Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz is hosting a forum on congestion pricing. Speaking in favor of congestion pricing will be Kathryn Wylde, President and CEO of the Partnership for New York City. Speaking in opposition to congestion pricing will be Assemblyman Richard Brodsky, Chairman of the Assembly Committee on Corporations, Authorities and Commissions. Residents of the Riverdale, […]

Anti-Pricing Lawmakers Dismayed by Potential Backlash

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State legislators who opposed congestion pricing are shocked — shocked! — that the New York League of Conservation Voters may hold them accountable for their positions on one of the most important environmental initiatives in recent history. The Times reports that about a dozen lawmakers, including Bronx Assemblyman Jeffrey Dinowitz, are refusing to complete the […]

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And we thought Bloomberg had a tough crowd… Filed by Megan Chuchmach: Parking at the Riverdale Temple in the Bronx was at a premium Thursday night, with cars lining Independence Avenue in front and packing the lot out back. Inside, the owners of those cars, for the most part, raised a stink about Mayor Bloomberg’s […]