Maloney Calls for Heroes Parade for First Responders
Representative Carolyn Maloney (D-Manhattan, Brooklyn, Queens) wrote a letter to Mayor Bill de Blasio (D) calling for a parade down the Canyon of Heroes in honor of our 9/11 first responders.
The letter was sent out right after the passage of the “Never Forget the Heroes” act, which will continue compensation payouts to 9/11 first responders until the year 2090.
“The frustratingly long process to this important moment is marked by too many losses,” reads the letter. “NYPD Detective Luis Alvarez and FDNY Firefighter Ray Pfeifer both spent their final days calling for their brothers and sisters in the 9/11 to be taken care of and I wish they had lived long enough to see their hard work result in this tremendous achievement.
“It is with this in mind that I request you hold a parade down the Canyon of Heroes in which our city can once again pay proper tribute to those who took care of us on 9/11 in the days, weeks and months following the attack.”
Espaillat to Host Career Fair for Constituents
Representative Adriano Espaillat (D-Washington Heights, Sugar Hill) will be hosting a career fair in his district this Wednesday.
The fair will feature job recruiters from a wide range of industries, including law enforcement, retail, construction, education and health care.
The event is slated for Wednesday, July 31 from 11 a.m. – 2 p.m. at the Taino Towers, 240 E 123rd St.
Keith Powers to Hold “Summer Rat Academy”
City Council Member Keith Powers (D-Upper East Side, Carnegie Hill) will be hosting a pest management seminar this Wednesday.
The discussion, in collaboration with Carnegie Hill Neighbors, will provide information on the prevention and elimination on rats and other pests, whose numbers tend to multiply during the summer.
The event is slated for Wednesday, July 31 from 6-8 p.m. at St. Frances de Sales, 135 East 96th St.