They're also bitter that they lost the majority. Well I mean most of the Democrats, there are a couple that do still sit with the majority. What a bunch of sore losers they are.
Not sure she's the majority leader either, she and her fellow Democrats control nothing on the board anymore.
Who's thankful Bramson didn't win? I sure am. View Comment
With news like this, seems like that $511 million in clean water funding Gov. Cuomo wants to divert to the Tappan Zee Bridge could really benefit the Long Island Sound.
Big thanks to Senators Latimer and Stewart-Cousins for supporting the loan and not doing what's right for Long Island Sound. View Comment
Larry Schwartz was part of Andy Spano's crew that almost ran Westchester County into the ground.
Fortunately, Astorino handily beat Spano and Cuomo picked up Larry Schwartz from the unemployment line. Funny, Cuomo also just hired Andy Spano for some unneeded job too. Talk about patronage jobs. View Comment
BFD! He's still going to vote to fund tuition assistance for illegal immigrants and legalize late term abortion.
Who's behind those ideas? NYC, Mayor DiBlasio, the Working Families Party and George Latimer. View Comment
That's a part of the problem.
Cuomo had all sorts of regulations and restrictions put in at the end which really watered down the law so in addition to not being able to smoke pot, nobody will be able to grow it either.
Don't really know what the h3ll Cuomo was thinking. As it stands now, not many will take part of this as it'll still be easier to get on the street. So much for progress. View Comment
OK but how many millions of dollars are we spending to move the city yard?
Where's that money coming from?
If a loan, how much are we borrowing?
My understanding is New Rochelle needs to borrow $30 million just for the city yard move and a $30 million loan, at 4% for 30 years will cost $1.7 million annually.
So where does the $1.7 million come from? The development will probably be tax abated so minimal to little tax revenue so then the payments will come from the city's general fund which we all pay into in the form of property taxes.
That means our taxes are going to go up. Bramson will claim some sort of tax cap exemption so he won't need to override and we, the citizens of New Rochelle, will be stuck with this for at least another 30 years.
But wait, is that really the best use of $1.7 million annual expenditure? I really have a hard time with that, especially when the mayor cries poverty every budget cycle, he just cut $400 thousand out of the budget by scrapping fall curbside leaf pick-up and our roads are in horrendous condition.
What's Bramson thinking? Why does he continue to jam the project down our throats? Kinda wishing he won last November, but then again not. View Comment
Good point and let's hope they don't appoint Noam Bramson, the guy who Rob Astorino crushed in last November's election. He's still working on running New Rochelle into the ground with his insane ideas. View Comment
Sandy's so old news its pathetic that Cuomo hasn't finished the reconstruction job. I knew that $60 billion Christie and Cuomo went begging for was too much. Next thing you know, everyone's going to be complaining about the $15 Tappan Zee toll. View Comment
Of course, let's spend some more money.
This will only drain SS that much faster. Where's the suggestion on how to fund this?
Why is it that Democrats never contemplate the expense or how to pay for it?