Another Round of Documents Receive No
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YONKERS, NY -- April 29, 2013 -- The Fabio Corsi / Susan Tressler household
received another inane letter from the Department of Finance and Management
Services with regard to water bills that were based on estimates that have
proven so outrageous vis-à-vis the actual readings exceeding usage by a factor
of 4 or 3 to 1, depending on a respective year’s billing / readings. After a
letter from the Corsi / Tressler household and
the Yonkers Tribune more than
2 weeks ago, Corsi / Tressler received a letter from the Department of Finance
and Management Services. Unfortunately, instead of solving the problem the
Department of Finance and Management Services made it worse by requesting an additional
payment of $153.59. Commissioner John Liszewski, presently the commissioner of Yonkers Department of Finance and Management was the former commissioner of
Department of Public Works and commissioner of the Department of Water prior to
present Mayor Mike Spano. (Editor’s Note: No conflict here!)
Continue reading "EXCLUSIVE INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: Yonkers Water Billing Estimates May Soon Create Class Action Lawsuit By HEZI ARIS" »
UPDATE: December 8, 2012:
Someone is defacing the city gasoline pumps "Gasboy" by writing "K.O. Fat Rat" on it. City Hall has resorted to painting over the slur.
There is more... but that will wait until I get to it. Too many stories oin the back burner.
YONKERS, NY – December 6, 2012 – Yonkers Tribune has learned of an arrest of an employee in the
Yonkers Department of Finance. The alleged thief has yet to be identified by
official statement from Yonkers City Hall. In a second incident, Yonkers Tribune has learned that a
member of the Yonkers Police Department is alleged to have been caught stealing
gasoline from one of the “Gasboy” pumps in the city. More on Friday, December 7,
Continue reading "INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: Theft, Pilfering, and Deceit in Yonkers Continues Unabated HEZI ARIS" »
latest chapter of a three-years plus alleged non-compliance by Sprain Road
Associates Inc., an open air building material site, located at 1014 Saw Mill
River Road, in the Homefield section of Yonkers continued its seemingly long tale
of subterfuge before Honorable Judge Joan B. Lefkowitz, on Friday, September
15, 2012. Michael Khader, Esq., representing James M. Rogan, owner of Sprain
Road Associates Inc., and Joseph A. Maria, Esq., representing the City of
Yonkers, had barely gotten their respective footing before the judge when Mr Maria
exclaimed in horror, “Your Honor, I have received disturbing news that more
material is being dumped… and there is a threat of their going out of business…
Time is of the essence… There is personal liability…”
Continue reading "INVESTIGATIVE REPORT: Junkyard Variance Approval Outcome Exacts Detrimental Outcome in Homefield By HEZI ARIS " »
Updated on August 24, 2012
Some will remember the desperate search for “Car 54, Where Are You?”; others will recognize the search for “Where’s Wally”, renamed “Where’s Waldo?”; and the youngest among us can reflect on “Where in the World is Carmen Sandiego?” Yet all Yonkersites in the know exhaled a sigh of disgust and a look of “I told you so!” on learning of an All Points Bulletin (APB) in search of the recently installed Yonkers City Clerk who is often not to be found at the Clerk’s Office between the hours of 8:30 am through 4:30 pm?
Continue reading "APB: Where is José Alvarado? By HEZI ARIS " »
Yonkers City Council Majority Leader Wilson Terrero had much to say in promoting former Westchester County Board Legislator José Alvarado to Yonkers City Clerk. It was not then evident why Mr Alvarado was moved out from the Office of Constituent Services and promoted so passionately into the Office of Yonkers City Clerk. Alvarado would eventually surmount the contentious fight. The process had little to do with the Office of City Clerk. It had to do with sex in the city. Majority Leader Terrero long mired in a painful divorce process with his wife in the Dominican Republic, while fostering an intimate relationship that began with his one-time campaign manager, Piedad Abreu, has done all with his growing political to promote the job vacated by now City Clerk José Alvarado for Ms Abreu’s benefit. Piedad Abreu is now employed by the Yonkers Office of Constituent Services. Thank you Mr Terrero. Thank you Yonkers taxpayers.
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YONKERS, NY -- May 29, 2012 -- In an article written by Chuck Bennett of The New York Post today, May 29, 2012, in an EXCLUSIVE reports, “DA Improperly Got Her Maid Welfare: Probe”, referring to Westchester County District Attorney Janet DiFiore. The article asserts Ms DiFiore “pulled strings” to obtain food stamps, cash assistance and Medicaid benefits for her family’s live-in housekeeper, and bases the foundation for these statements on an internal report obtained from Westchester County’s Department of Social Services by Dhyalma Vazquez, a county anti-fraud investigator, as well as, an officer of the Yonkers Independence Party and office holder with Westchester County Independence Party Chairman Dr. Giulio Cavallo.
Continue reading "Allegations of Impropriety By Westchester County D.A. DiFiore Unproven By HEZI ARIS" »
YONKERS, NY – The outcry is unnerving. It can’t be. Perhaps it is. You decide.
In the transparent world claimed and espoused to have taken root within the function of government in the City of Yonkers under former Yonkers Mayor Phil Amicone, the Yonkers Tribune / The Westchester Guardian have today concluded the definition of transparency as it was defined then. It is not a definition found in any dictionary. Even so, it unfurled, albeit without our knowing then, but its revelation today may demand redefining events and circumstances with respect to our newly gleaned facts and our hopes for conclusions that may better lead us into the future.
Continue reading "INVESTIGATION: A Convoluted Tale of Corruption and Alleged Theft in Yonkers By HEZI ARIS " »
Lorraine Lopez (left) and former Mayor Phil Amicone (right) during a past Thanksgiving Day distribution drive.>>>
YONKERS, NY – February 6, 2012 -- Lorraine Lopez worked as the food drive coordinator at the Yonkers Office of Constituent Services. It was claimed that under her aegis and effort over 3,000 Thanksgiving meals were provided in 2010. The financial stress felt throughout the country also revealed itself in Yonkers. Donations were down, hunger continued to grip those who could not easily fend off the higher costs for food. The Thanksgiving table promised a beautiful table bedecked with trimming laid out about a roasted turkey placed in the middle of a table with family and friends about it, enjoying the meal and the company. 2011 would conjure images that would sate the stomach and quiet its growl of hunger pangs. And yet, despite the charitable donations and the empathy of many, the needy would not be served in 2011. They would be collectively dismissed by the now former Phil Amicone Administration; it seems Lorraine Lopez, in her presumed effort to comply with her yearly task, did not. The fact is that she solicited and received a donation of $8,000.00 from one donor. But rather than using it to serve those in need, Ms Lopez is said to have cashed the check, as permitted by a protocol set up by former Mayor Phil Amicone, through the Yonkers Parking Violations Bureau.
Continue reading "Investigative Report: The Grinch Who Stole Thanksgiving 2011 is Alleged to Be Lorraine Lopez By HEZI ARIS " »
<<<Yonkers Mayor Phil Amicone, Yonkers Fire Commissioner Anthony Pagano, and Human ResourcesCommissioner Brian Lucyk are on the same page. They want a Yonkers Firefighter alleged to have been involved in the stealing of gasoline approximately 13 months ago to be now fired. The accused individual will in approximately 3 weeks time have completed the required number of years of service on the force to qualify for his pension. TheYonkers Tribune / The Westchester Guardian have learned that the allegation against the accused individual are circumstantial and are not sufficiently solid to prove the allegation of theft despite what Yonkers Fire Commissioner Anthony Pagano advises will be the thrust of the legal actiontaken against this individual. There is a stumbling block before legal remedymay be sought, that is, the individual must go through his union to challenge the allegations made against him within 30 days of the filing and only then, may the administration proceed to prove their case.
Continue reading "Yonkers Mayor Amicone’s Ineptitude Exposed in Alleged Firefighter's Theft of Gasoline Inquiry By HEZI ARIS" »