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Monday, August 13, 2001
He also audits the performance of city agencies and approves all contracts. As we continue to profile the mayoral candidates, WNYC’s Beth Fertig has this look at whether Mr. Hevesi’s job as controller says anything about the kind of mayor he’d be.
Tuesday, August 07, 2001
Democratic mayoral candidate Alan Hevesi will not get some 3 million dollars in public financing that he was counting on for his campaign - at least not yet. The board is looking into whether Mr. Hevesi violated the law by accepting low-cost services from his political consultant.
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Tuesday, July 24, 2001
Once a national symbol of urban blight, the Bronx IS coming back to life… with tens of thousands of new housing units. As we profile the candidates for mayor, WNYC’s Beth Fertig looks at what role Mr. Ferrer really played in that turnaround.
Monday, June 25, 2001
One of the politicians Adolfo Carrion, expected to be running for Bronx Borough President, not sitting in jail. WNYC's Beth Fertig reports.
Saturday, June 16, 2001
Sixty three miles of tunnel, carrying more than a billion gallons of water each day for all five boroughs. But despite warnings that the city’s two existing tunnels are aging, and can’t keep up with growing demands, the third water tunnel is still a long way from being completed. As ...
Friday, May 18, 2001
In 1993 Diana Pichardo Henriquez's three year old son was taken away, after her boyfriend beat him so badly he ended up in the hospital with a broken leg. Diana was interviewed by a caseworker from the city's child welfare agency who asked her a lot of questions about the ...
Tuesday, May 01, 2001
The man who was forced to step down as head of the Rent Guidelines Board says it's time to take politics out of the process. Edward Hochman was removed after Mayor Giuliani criticized last year's rent increases as too high. Mr. Hochman spoke with WNYC's B
Monday, April 30, 2001
Children with disabilities are considered among the hardest cases to place in foster care. Many of these children have serious illnesses like cerebral palsy, or birth defects that require extensive medical treatment. New York City has been finding more homes for these children over the past few years. But officials ...