Stringer on Brooklyn Television

In the latest in a string of outer-borough events, one of which recently took Scott Stringer to Queens, today the Manhattan borough president was in Brooklyn filming an appearance on Brooklyn Community Access Television (BCAT), a public affairs channel that serves viewers outside Stringer’s home turf.

Stringer is in his first term in office, but it’s widely speculated that he will make a citywide bid next year. Before winning a crowded race for borough president, Stringer had run unsuccessfully for public advocate.

Stringer spokeswoman Carmen Boon emails:

“The Borough President was invited by Assembly Member Cymbrowitz to participate in his program ‘Local Perspectives’ on BCAT to talk about citywide issues including go green initiative, borough construction watch and construction safety and school overcrowding report along with community board reform. From time to time this kind of exchange helps the discussion of issues that are important all over the city."
Stringer on Brooklyn Television