Jeff Coltin

Modern glass skyscrapers apartment buildings in Chelsea, Manhattan
REBNY and the Durst Organization have donated to multiple candidates.
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Then state Sen. Hiram Monserrate leaving Manhattan Federal Court in February of 2010.
The twice-disgraced former lawmaker has failed in his last two bids.
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Leecia Eve
The daughter of longtime Assemblyman Arthur Eve considers herself the most independent candidate.
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Rep. Hakeem Jeffries speaks at a press conference of New York City's congressional delegation in support of Letitia James for attorney general on Wednesday.
NYC's whole congressional delegation gets behind James – with one exception.
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Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney holds a running town hall in Brooklyn.
Sweating and swearing, he’s set out to prove how tough he is.
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New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams questions NYCHA chair Shola Olatoye.
Immigrant rights experts say the movement has already begun.
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a private sanitation truck in New York City
City leaders on both sides of the argument weigh in.
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A man riding on the back of a garbage truck
Waste Equity passed. But the fight over commercial pickup zones is about to get nasty.
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New York City Councilman Jumaane Williams awaits his verdict at Manhattan Criminal Court in his his trial for protesting the deportation of immigration activist Ravi Ragbir.
Kathy Hochul, a millionaire, ran an ad targeting Jumaane Williams' personal finances
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A sign on the Brooklyn Bridge denotes where Brooklyn and Manhattan meet.
Developments and dilemmas in the city’s most buzzworthy borough.
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Jeff Coltin
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