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Opinions & Observations: Cuomo and de Blasio are MIA concerning congestion pricing

March 3 | By Larry Penner

When it comes to the actual implementation of Congestion Pricing, there is more to the story than just the Federal Highway Administration issuing future guidance on how the MTA should proceed with the NEPA process (probably an Environmental Impact Statement) followed by issuing a finding. After Washington does its part, it will be up to […]

Letter to the Editor: January 30

January 30 |

Dear Editor, What a great way to say “I love you” by taking your significant other to their favorite restaurant on Valentine’s Day and also celebrate the return of limited indoor dining! In these difficult economic times as a result of COVID-19, it is especially important to patronize your neighborhood restaurants. With limited indoor dining […]

Death of 5-year-old ruled homicide after mother’s tragic leap from roof

January 12 | Brooklyn Eagle staff

In the aftermath of the Sunday afternoon incident in which a Brooklyn woman was seen grabbing her 5-year-old daughter and leaping off the roof of a 12-story building, the incident has been deemed a homicide in the case of the child, according to the NYPD. The tragedy played out when Oksana Patchin, a 39-year-old mother […]

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