Fish are part of the county health
department’s West Nile prevention strategy
Westchester residents with ornamental
ponds will have a second chance to acquire a new weapon against an old backyard
Back by popular demand, mosquito-eating
minnows will be given out to residents on Thursday and Friday, May 16th and 17th, at the county
airport, from noon to 6 p.m. The health department will offer bags of free live
fathead minnows to help prevent ornamental ponds from becoming breeding sites
for mosquitoes that can carry West Nile Virus.
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Sequestration Is a Culprit This Year; But Not the Only One
The telling by the Yonkers Tribune was sufficient for Dr. Rev.Jim Bostic to take notice. So did those living in the reality of being aware, but insufficient in number to overcome those who would rather delude themselves by learning differently. The scenario of deceit and disregard for people in his employ had been learned and strengthened their effectiveness in controlling people for his benefit exclusively. Most who were employed stayed because they had an interest in changing the future. It was an elusive yearning; it would demand vigilance, focus, resiliency, and stamina to endure circumstance, bigotry, but mostly is required the patience by which education can be consumed… slowly.
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PHILDAELPHIA, PA – May 13, 2013 -- Dr. Kermit Gosnell, the Philadelphia abortionist who ran the so-called “house of horrors,” was convicted today by a jury of his peers of first-degree murder in the deaths of three babies who were born alive and then killed with scissors. Gosnell was also found guilty of involuntary manslaughter for the 2009 drug-overdose of Karnamaya Mongar.
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Yonkers Inspector General Kitley S. Covill has again, on a different issue, concisely, succinctly and with the economy of brevity, deduced her findings over the Yonkers Section 108 loan program. From the creation of the United States Department of Housing and Urban Development’s (HUD) Community Development Block Program (CDBG), Yonkers has indulged in the program to expand opportunities locally. The gist of the program is that HUD is guaranteed repayment whereas the municipality is not. Despite anticipating concerns of non-payment, CoY accrued many delinquent borrowers. Mayor Mike Spano has in its first 16 months in office focused its efforts on repatriating funds borrowed but still outstanding.
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NEW YORK, NY -- May
13, 2013 -- The Minnesota Senate voted 37-30 today to pass a bill allowing gay
and lesbian couples to marry in that state, and Governor Mark Dayton will sign
the bill into law tomorrow afternoon. The Minnesota House passed the bill on
May 9. Minnesota becomes the twelfth state, plus the District of Columbia, to
permit gay and lesbian couples to marry. The following statement is attributed
to Attorney General Eric T. Schneiderman regarding the passage of
marriage equality in Minnesota:
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this Friday, May 17, 2013, the Chief Justice of the United States, John G.
Roberts, Jr., will speak at the Robert H. Jackson Center in Jamestown, New
Jackson Center of course honors and teaches the life and legacies of Justice
Robert H. Jackson, a 20th century giant whose imprint on this
century is significant and continues to grow. Among many accomplishments,
Justice Jackson served on the Supreme Court of the United States for thirteen
years. Following World War II, he was, at Nuremberg, the U.S. chief
prosecutor of the principal Nazi war criminals.
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Nazar J. Sayegh of Yonkers, a fine doctor and close family friend passed away
this morning at 53 years old.
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