Ed Koch

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New Haven Independent
Hotel Duncan Renovation Sparks Vote For Hearingit.” Like I said New Haven is in the second stage of Gentrification.A lot of y
New Haven Independent / Posted 2 days ago
it.” Like I said New Haven is in the second stage of Gentrification.A lot of you better keep your Bags pack.You will not be around.Again if you want to see were New Haven is going. Read this book. City for Sale: Ed Koch and the Betrayal of New... Read more
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New York Post
These homes have the best views in New York CityBridge Price: $2.6 million; Bedrooms: 3; Bathrooms: 3; Square Feet: 2,050 Dri
New York Post / Posted 10 days ago
Bridge Price: $2.6 million; Bedrooms: 3; Bathrooms: 3; Square Feet: 2,050 Driving across the Queensboro (now Ed Koch) Bridge recalls a rerun of “Taxi.” The bridge views from this Long Island City triplex penthouse are Emmy-worthy, no... Read more
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Daily Mail
Wealthy (allegedly tax avoidant) lifestyle laid bare in $2bn divorce– but always bouncing back. His overnight demolition of welfare hotels in 1985
Daily Mail / Posted 10 days ago
– but always bouncing back. His overnight demolition of welfare hotels in 1985 sparked a backlash that even led to Mayor Ed Koch returning Macklowe’s campaign contributions. In more recent years, he triumphantly bought the G.M. Building on Fifth... Read more
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The Sentinel
Pennsylvania Fly Fishing Museum Association plans fundraiser banquetcontributions to fly-fishing. Among the current artifacts displayed and those h
The Sentinel / Posted 11 days ago
contributions to fly-fishing. Among the current artifacts displayed and those honored are Charlie Fox, Vince Marinaro, Ed Koch, Jim Bashline, George Harvey, Buck Metz, Tom Dorsey, Lefty Kreh, Joe Humphreys, Ed Shenk, Charlie Meck, Cathy and... Read more
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New York Post
This city employee has been working since Eisenhower was presidentShirley Williams Myrie for not recalling the details of her first day on the jo
New York Post / Posted 13 days ago
Shirley Williams Myrie for not recalling the details of her first day on the job. When the 82-year-old — who is believed to be the longest-serving active city employee — first reported for work on Nov. 2, 1953, Casey Stengel was managing the... Read more
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NBC New York
The Rock, Lady Gaga & RuPaul Get NYC Mayoral Primary Votesterms as hizzoner from 2001-09, had 490 votes. His predecessors, Rudy Giuliani
NBC New York / Posted 23 days ago
terms as hizzoner from 2001-09, had 490 votes. His predecessors, Rudy Giuliani and David Dinkins each had 10 votes. Even Ed Koch, who died in 2013, and Fiorello La Guardia, the mayor during much of the Great Depression and World War II, got... Read more
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Boston Globe
Want job security? Try mayor of Boston.from the dark 1970s era of fiscal crisis and government ineptitude, mayors some
Boston Globe / Posted 24 days ago
from the dark 1970s era of fiscal crisis and government ineptitude, mayors sometimes paid the price. Three-term mayor Ed Koch lost a primary challenge in 1990; his rival, David Dinkins, only lasted one term. After the Boston busing crisis in... Read more
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WPIX 11 New York
Miss gritty 1980s New York? Check out this interactive mapdigitized pictures arranged in Google Street View style. Site creators Brandon
WPIX 11 New York / Posted 25 days ago
digitized pictures arranged in Google Street View style. Site creators Brandon Liu and Jeremy Lechtzin got the photos of Ed Koch-era NYC from an old project that aimed to photograph every property in the city for taxation purposes. “Taken as a... Read more
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FOX News
Michael Goodwin: Here's why Trump's NFL timing is off Ed Koch, the late mayor of New York, delighted in offering salty opinions on
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
Ed Koch, the late mayor of New York, delighted in offering salty opinions on sundry matters. He was often rebuked on the ground that he should be more dignified and stick to his knitting. Koch’s... Read more
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FOX News
Michael Goodwin: Here's why Trump's NFL timing is offEd Koch, the late mayor of New York, delighted in offering salty opinions on su
FOX News / Posted 26 days ago
Ed Koch, the late mayor of New York, delighted in offering salty opinions on sundry matters. He was often rebuked on the ground that he should be more dignified and stick to his knitting. Koch’s response was that he didn’t lose his First Amendment... Read more
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Crain's New York Business
Bill de Blasio is cruising to a second term. But don't expect New Yorkers to be happy about ittook the oath of office in January 2014, the city was radically different from
Crain's New York Business / Posted 27 days ago
took the oath of office in January 2014, the city was radically different from the one his predecessors inherited. In 1978 Ed Koch became mayor of a nearly bankrupt city after a decadelong downturn that had eliminated 600,000 jobs and turned... Read more
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New York Post
Trump has every right to free speech, but his timing is offEd Koch, the late mayor of New York, delighted in offering salty opinions on su
New York Post / Posted 28 days ago
Ed Koch, the late mayor of New York, delighted in offering salty opinions on sundry matters. He was often rebuked on the ground that he should be more dignified and stick to his knitting. Koch’s response was that he didn’t lose his First Amendment... Read more
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