When New York City had a new leftist mayor, many foreshadowed there would be a significant rise in crime spanning over a few years. The new mayor, Bill de Blasio, was to blame. De Blasio wanted to reform city measure, but he went about it in a different way. De Blasio talked and listen more to ex-cons on this matter, putting their options and advice to the forefront of his mind. Many of them rallied for reducing police stratagems to reduce New York City’s crime rates. It was believed that de Blasio
Fiorello LaGuardia Fiorello LaGuardia was born on December 11th 1882 to immigrants of Italian and Jewish ancestry in New York. He served as the mayor of New York City from 1945-1945. He is considered to be one of the mayors who redefined New York City politics. Fiorello had a very long career in politics before serving as mayor. After graduating New York University law school in 1910, LaGuardia practiced law and was appointed Deputy Attorney General. He also served many terms in Congress as
Mayor Michael Bloomberg addressed New York regarding the Landmarks Preservation commission on August 3rd 2010. Many citizens were upset that there was going to be a Mosque (Muslim temple) to practice Islam blocks away from ground zero. Ground zero is where a terrorist attack known as 9/11 took place. Two hijacked planes crashed into the twin towers and stole our freedom. The stereotype of Muslims being terrorists are why so many people felt offended by having a Mosque built so close to ground zero
from Michael Bloomberg (the New York City Mayor) in 2012. In May of 2012 Mayor Bloomberg announced his portion cap rule proposal (Renwick, 2013). This proposal would ban the sale of sweet and sugary beverages that are over sixteen ounces in size. This ban would affect movie theaters, restaurants, street vendors, and any other commercial entity that is regulated by the New York City health department (Yee, 2013). This proposal is commonly referred to as the New York City Soda Ban. It’s no secret that
Mayor LaGuardia’s Campaign during the 1930s against burlesque performances in New York City What is obscenity? According to Webster’s New World Dictionary, obscenity is the state or quality of being obscene which means that is offensive to modesty and or decency. During the 1930s and 1940s, New York City was infected with burlesque shows. During these times this shows were considered indecent and immoral by Mayor LaGuardia, his license commissioner Paul Moss, and John Sumner. Women were used as
The third and the New City Hall of New York has been built in the Lower Manhattan between Broadway and Park Row and is surrounded by a beautiful park. It was constructed and designed from 1803 to 1812 and is highly praised for its extra ordinary architecture. It is one of the oldest city halls and is still used in order to assist a developing municipal government. It has the authority over the five boroughs of New York City, they are Manhattan, Queens, the Bronx, Staten Island, and Brooklyn. When
Soda, Soda, Soda In the past couple years people all around the nation, whether it's in New York City or an 8th Grade classroom in Michigan, people have been pressed with the question, whether the New York Soda Ban, is a good thing, improving health, or if there is a larger issue. Is this decision showing evidence of the Government interfering with our basic civil liberties? In three writing pieces in particular, they show three very different points of view on this very contradicting topic.
Mayor Mike Huether has proposed a ban on sales of fountain soft drinks in the city of Sioux Falls. The proposal would effectively end the sale of all fountain soft drinks larger than 24 ounces at all city regulated businesses including restaurants, hotels, gas stations, etc. Much like the proposed soda ban set forth by New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg, Mayor Mike Huether's proposal has the intent of making Sioux Falls a healthier city. There are many people that believe a ban on 'oversized'
negative I experience in my community did not detour my expectations of graduating high school and even accomplishing it a year early. The pros of one system is it would partner up individual police officers and local government officials such as mayors, county commissioners with youth allowing them to mentor children from under privilege communities. This would allow children from broken communities who are raised by a single parent home to the repair the breach caused by the abandonment of that
In my opinion they should build the West Side stadium. It would give us a chance at the 2012 Summer Olympics as well as give us a chance at bringing the Jets to New York where they belong. It would also help open up job here in New York City for construction workers like myself and open up many opportunities for people all over the city. The building of the West Side stadium has been a hot topic of conversation for months now and the topic has not cooled off. The debate will long continue until a