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On June 13, 2017, Comptroller Scott Stringer came to Brighton Beach to celebrate achievements of Russian speaking New Yorkers in business, science, medicine, politics, culture and arts
Comptroller Scott Stringer released a new blueprint, "Aging with Dignity," to help more seniors age in place, and access resources for healthy living.
I often meet people who complain that New York City is too big, too noisy and has way too many people. But I love New York and its unique diversity. I know tons of examples when complete strangers helped each other, supported people from different background and saved someone's life, dignity or property.
For the last two years, the Bay Democrats, the strong and diverse Democratic Club in 45th AD, has worked hard to improve quality of life for local residents, to support credible Democratic candidates for various political positions and to unite Democrats from many communities in the District.
Oleg Zinkovetsky is one of the founders and Director of the popular Second Home Adult Day Care Centers which help seniors to live happier and healthier lives. As a member of National Adult Day Care Centers Association, Oleg took part in a lobbying tour to Washington, D.C. where he met with Senator Kirsten Gillibrand and Congresswoman Yvette Clarke to promote services for seniors.
Dr. Rada Sumareva maintains a private practice limited to Periodontics and Implant Dentistry in NYC and Bergen County, NJ. She is a Diplomate of the American Board of Periodontology.
In 2013, Mark Treyger was elected to New York City Council with overwhelming support from voters in 47 District. Mark is one of the most active, effective, hard working, outspoken and respected Council Members. Treyger was elected by his colleagues to the important position of Co-Chairman of Brooklyn delegation in NYC Council.
Pamela Harris, a former corrections officer and a founder of the popular youth organization Coney Island Generation GAP, won the special election for NYS Assembly in 46 District on November 3, 2015, by a large margin: 63%-37%. She made a history since she became a first black Assembly member in New York State representing a majority white district.
City Council Jewish Caucus Chair Mark Levine, Council Member Mark Treyger, Council Member Daneek Miller and Council Speaker Hail Heroism of Muslim Man Who Saved Jewish Shoppers From Terrorists.
According to several polls by the influential Quinnipiac University, Comptroller Scott Stringer is the most popular citywide elected official in New York City. He is considered by the vast majority of New Yorkers as a common sense check on Mayor Bill De Blasio and as the most moderate of the top officials of city government. Among his biggest achievements newspapers usually list effective audits of city agencies, strong management of the city pension funds and rigorous checks of city contracts with private companies.
On Tuesday, October 7, 2014, anti-Semitic and anti-Israeli protesters attacked Leonard Petlakh when he was leaving Barclay's Center after the basketball game between Brooklyn Nets and Maccabi,Tel Aviv.
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Aida Leon is an Executive Director of the Amethyst Women's Project. Her main focus is to provide various assistance to women with AIDS and STD, drug addiction, former prostitutes and former inmates, homeless and displaced tenants, sex trafic and domestic violence victims.
Nevsky Yablokoff are well known and respected Jewish Memorial Chapels that are serving families across New York. It is so important to have a helping hand in a minute of tragedy and loss. Professional staff at Nevsky Yablokoff always provides care, attention and compassion to grieving families.
My good friend and supporter Gregory Davidzon announced today that he is running for City Council in 48th District - as a write-in candidate. I am happy he made this important decision.
My good friend Irina Matiychenko is an amazing person, caring and professional attorney and a true friend of low-income immigrants. She and her colleagues from the New York Leagl Assistance Group work very hard to defend rights of many needy people.
Super Storm Sandy affected many buildings, including this one, right across the Manhattan Beach – at 301 Oriental Blvd. When ocean water mixed up with oil in a basement, boiler was destroyed and the horrible toxic fumes forced many tenants out of their apartments. But not everybody had a place to go or money to relocate.
We survived Sandy, but it was not easy. We got used to have electricity and water, bread and TV shows, heat and subway, gasoline and cell phone connection. We lost all of these and many other things at once.
Let us all gather and take the time to lend a helping hand to the people that were negatively impacted by Hurricane Sandy. There is no gas in the city for people to use their cars and travel to the destinations in need of help. If we work together we can be able to deliver all the donations. We specifically chose one location for this purpose, so that everyone can be able to help those in need. Thank you to all of the volunteers.
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Sophia Grossman is a very modest person. Sophia doesn't like compliments in public and she doesn't look like a wealthy woman. She wears fashionable but simple clothing. Sophia was born on March 8, also known as International Women's Day. She is famous, but is still unaccustomed to it.