Posts Tagged ‘Alan Krawitz’

Meet Dan O’Connor: Unlikely challenger in redrawn 7th District searches for political accountability

Written by Alan Krawitz on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

| By Alan Krawitz In his quest to unseat 20-year Rep. Nydia Velazquez in New York’s newly redrawn 7th District, which now includes parts of Chinatown, the East Village and the Lower East Side, Brooklyn-born challenger Dan O’Connor is gambling that his familiarity with Chinese culture, coupled with a keen knowledge of economics and lack [&hellip
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Downtown Democrats Wary of Redistricting Process

Written by AlanKrawitz on . Posted in Breaking News, News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

2011-Current-Assembly Say current LATFOR map would weaken area’s representation To many city residents, redistricting, whereby states redraw their political maps every decade to reflect population shifts recorded in the most recent census, is an all- too-complex, seemingly esoteric process best left to political pundits and policy wonks. New York, which has yet to approve redrawn legislative [&hellip
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Buyer for Bialystoker Home Rumored Close

Written by Our Town Downtown on . Posted in Breaking News, Our Town Downtown

bialystoker Preservationists, residents scramble to secure landmark designation By Alan Krawitz Built in 1929, the historic Bialystoker Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing served residents of the Lower East Side for 80 years before it was put up for sale and ultimately shuttered late last year. The center’s nonprofit owners, Bialystoker Center and Bikur Cholim Inc., claim [&hellip
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Buyer for Bialystoker Home Rumored Close

Written by Marissa Maier on . Posted in Breaking News

Preservationists, residents scramble to secure landmark designation By Alan Krawitz Built in 1929, the historic Bialystoker Center for Rehabilitation and Nursing served residents of the Lower East Side for 80 years before it was put up for sale and ultimately shuttered late last year. The center’s nonprofit owners, Bialystoker Center and Bikur Cholim Inc., claim [&hellip
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