While there will be -- and should be -- a great deal of public discussion about what took place last night at City Hall, there was another vote last night that flew under the radar given the theatrics surrounding the Echo Bay votes that suggests far broader implications of what has been transpiring on City Council in 2013.
My Statements from last night’s rally against Forest City Echo Bay on the Steps of City Hall.
Good Evening Everyone, Thank you for coming out on this chilly evening. I am here to speak to you about a part of the Echo Bay project that some in the city hope we overlook.
Before a shovel can break ground for the Echo Bay project we will be an additional 25 million dollars in debt. That is the cost that you and I will have to pay just so that the project can begin.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- In a surprise move, a bi-partisan coalition of New Rochelle City Council Members voted Tuesday to table further discussion of a proposed development at Echo Bay and plans to move the Department of Public Works City Yard until January 2014.
NEW ROCHELLE, NY -- New Rochelle resident and philanthropist Barbara Ellsworth-Robinson has been named co-chair of the 2013-2014 “It Just Takes One” Annual Campaign to benefit the Boys & Girls Club of New Rochelle.