Frank G. Runyeon

The drinking water supply for offices of the New York City Department of Sanitation doesn’t even have a roof – just a tattered tarp.
The City Council is poised to vote on bills addressing contamination, lax oversight.
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New York State covered in weed
New York’s about-face on marijuana has triggered a gold rush.
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andrew cuomo surrounded by black cats
Will single-party control allow the governor to avoid the pitfalls that plagued his long-serving predecessors?
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Port-Authority-Bus-Terminal
It's the last remnant of New York City’s bad old days.
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Simcha Felder
Who will protect the plastic bags?
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Recent years have seen only slight improvement in the number of Latino elected officials.
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After neglect was exposed, seven reform bills are being debated.
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State Senator Jeff Klein speaking at a meeting with Gov. Andrew Cuomo
Party bosses deny having plans to select the ex-state senators, but reformers said it’s a problem that they could.
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State Sen. Jeff Klein, then the leader of the IDC, in March 2016.
A requiem for the Bronx state senator’s political career.
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Assemblyman Brian Miller being sworn in.
State Police probed suspicious signatures after City & State investigation.
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Frank G. Runyeon
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