Good details, and questions, about Michael Bloomberg’s newest campaign committee, from David Seifman:
“While not obligated to file, we chose to do so in order to disclose the expenditures,” said Deputy Mayor Howard Wolfson. The filing won’t be made public until July 15.
There’s nobody better at interpreting Mayor Bloomberg, than his spokesman, Stu Loeser.
Earlier today, Bloomberg said, “There’s an awful lot of free space up in Buffalo, New York, if you want to go there. I don’t think you do.”
Then, per Lisberg, Loeser explained:
“He’s not saying, ‘Do you want to Read More
Michael Bloomberg will probably dislike the poll that’s coming out tomorrow, not because of what the respondents say, but because of what they were asked.
Among the topics Quinnipiac has been polling about, according to their media advisory, is Bloomberg’s “free time” which isn’t an issue that has any upside for Read More
Bloomberg gets one step closer to his goal:
“Today, the New York State Senate passed a landmark proposal that puts the needs of our children first. Putting great teachers in front of every classroom – regardless of how long they have been on the job – is the most important thing a school system can Read More
In October of 2007, Mayor Bloomberg and Bette Midler gathered in the Bronx–”right where J-Lo comes from,” according to the mayor–to shovel some dirt around the roots of a Carolina silver bell.
A band played. There were speeches. And there was a lot of excitement about Mayor Bloomberg and his new MillionTrees initiative, which Read More
Michael Bloomberg says good-bye to Law & Order, a major television production based in New York, and a source of lots of jobs for actors and production people.
The irony, I think, is that New York (politics, at least) is producing lots of stories made for the big and small screen (Spitzer, Paterson, Monserrate, etc.). Read More
Mayor Bloomberg’s presentation of his budget last week was not an uplifting one. Standing before a room packed full of reporters in the West Wing of City Hall, he clicked through a PowerPoint presentation that made it very clear how bad the city’s fiscal problems are.
Under Mr. Bloomberg’s proposed budget, the Read More