Posts Tagged ‘New York State Supreme Court’

Sixteenth Street Synagogue Narrowly Avoids Eviction

Written by NY Press on . Posted in News Our Town Downtown, Our Town Downtown

DT_synagogue_kid_aa Threatened with ouster, the 67-year-old congregation fights back in the courts By Caroline Lewis Last week, a long- coming eviction notice posted on the door of Manhattan’s Sixteenth Street Synagogue finally confronted its president, Richard McBee: He had five days to clear out the space that has housed the congregation’s services and spiritual life ever [&hellip
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At Board of Elections, a Reluctance to Assume Blame for Vote Count Problems

Written by City & State on . Posted in Politics

Voting Booth New York City Board of Elections Commissioners are blaming Albany for what went wrong with the city’s primary elections on June 26th, citing lawmakers’ failure to pass a bill changing the vote-tally process during this year’s session. “One of the things we’ve pushed for at the BOE is to figure out a brand new way [&hellip
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