Recent Streetsblog NYC posts about Joan Millman

Albany Update: Will Any Transpo Bills Make It Out Alive?

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This year’s legislative session is rapidly coming to a close in Albany. With the state legislature wrapping up its regularly scheduled official business on June 20, the Capitol is entering a period of intense activity as legislators and lobbyists make a final push for their priorities. Albany has some big items on its agenda this […]

Revenge of the Free Riders

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From Transportation Alternatives’ Spring 2008 magazine: The biggest hurdle congestion pricing faced was the simple fact that the people required to enact the legislation were the ones who stood to pay the most because of it. On Monday, April 7, Sheldon Silver walked out of a closed door meeting of State Assembly Democrats and announced […]

Breaking: Joan Millman to Vote “Yes” on Pricing

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Here’s a constituent e-mail from Brooklyn Assembly Member Joan Millman, who finally, bravely announces her intent to vote for congestion pricing. Note the time stamp: nearly two hours after the plan was declared dead. From: Assemblywoman Joan Millman [mailto:millmaj@assembly.state.ny.us] Sent: Monday, April 07, 2008 4:51 PM Subject: Re: Online Contact Form April 7, 2008 Thank […]