Under the Charter Revision Commission's proposal, community board members would lose their spots after four consecutive two-year terms -- but could be reappointed after a two-year hiatus.
Motorist Who Hit 11-Year-Old Richard Granville Didn’t Have a Valid License (ABC) News to State Senate: Give NYC’s Speed Cameras Back Now Paul White Talks With Errol Louis About Recent Cyclist Injuries and Deaths (NY1) News Still Shaming Madison Lyden for Not Wearing Helmet to Protect Her From Giant Truck Molinaro Goes After Cuomo on […]
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The victim, an 11-year-old boy, was hospitalized in stable condition. The crash occurred in an area that could have been covered by speed cameras, had Senate Republicans not killed the program.
Rosenthal said a crash like the one that killed Madison Lyden "should never happen again.” Her support for a Central Park West bikeway should empower DOT to act swiftly.
CBC Sounds Alarm Over Unsustainable MTA Finances (Crain’s) 130K Drivers Have Gotten by With Speeding Past Schools Since July 25 (NY1, News, Post) Queens Motorist Runs Over 11-Year-Old on Bike and Keeps Driving (News, Post) If Only de Blasio Was in a Position to Compel NYPD to Enforce Traffic Laws … (News) New Yorker to NYC: Stop Blaming […]