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Beth Fertig

Beth Fertig appears in the following:

Green

Friday, October 12, 2001

The electorate sharply divided by race, according to an exit poll by Addison (sp?) Media Research. More than three-quarters of Mr. Ferrera's voters where black and latino, while Mr. Green's where overwhelmingly white. The Democrat now faces Republican Michael Bloomberg in the November General election. WNYC's Political Reporter, Beth Fertig ...

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Green and Ferrer Neck and Neck

Wednesday, October 10, 2001

The Democratic Mayoral runnoffs are Thursday October 11, 2001.

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Public Advocate

Friday, October 05, 2001

In their first debate before the Democratic Party runoff, Public Advocate candidates Betsy Gautbaum and Norman Seigel expressed radically different views on the job.

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    Giuliani Not Seeking Third Term

    Thursday, October 04, 2001

    He now says he will not try to end term limits so he can run again.

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    Recovery Effort

    Tuesday, October 02, 2001

    As WNYC's Beth Fertig reports, the recovery effort is moving slowly.

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    Beth's Diary (Part 3)

    Sunday, September 16, 2001

    In the days following the attacks, reporter Beth Fertig kept her friends and faimily informed through an e-mail diary. She writes candidly about her fears and experiences covering the collapsing towers and the aftermath.

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    Beth's Diary (Part 2)

    Friday, September 14, 2001

    In the days following the attacks, reporter Beth Fertig kept her friends and faimily informed through an e-mail diary. She writes candidly about her fears and experiences covering the collapsing towers and the aftermath.

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    Beth's Diary

    Thursday, September 13, 2001

    In the days following the attacks, reporter Beth Fertig kept her friends and faimily informed through an e-mail diary. She writes candidly about her fears and experiences covering the collapsing towers and the aftermath.

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    Race for Mayor

    Monday, September 10, 2001

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    On The Issues: Education

    Friday, September 07, 2001

    And then we’ll hear from an expert on education funding about what the candidates are proposing.

    Where The Candidates StandFernando Ferrer (Democrat): "I don't believe that we can tinker around the edges when it comes to education. We've got to take the bold steps required to move our system forward. And ...

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    Housing

    Tuesday, September 04, 2001

    HOUSING - WHERE THEY STAND FERNANDO FERRER (Democrat) A comprehensive 10 year plan to address the city's housing emergency: A $1.3 billion dollar capital investment per year, including $300 million in city funds and $1 billion in leveraged resources. A production target of 150,000 units of affordable housing across this ...

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    Meet Herman Badillo

    Thursday, August 23, 2001

    The former congressman and Bronx borough president has made 3 previous runs for mayor… all as a Democrat. Now a Republican, he faces an uphill battle in next month’s primary against Michael Bloomberg. As WNYC’s Beth Fertig reports, Mr. Badillo believes he’s better prepared than ever because of his latest ...

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    NewTrial in Louima Case?

    Thursday, August 16, 2001

    Mr. Schwarz is serving a fifteen year sentence for helping Justin Volpe carry out the 1997 attack in a Brooklyn stationhouse. Yesterday, a federal judge heard testimony the defense hopes will lead to a new trial. WNYC's Beth Fertig covered both Louima trials, and was at yesterday's hearing.

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    Alan Hevesi: Politician or Bureaucrat?

    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.

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    Hevesi May or May Not Receive Public Financing

    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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    Ferrer's Record: Did He Save the Bronx?

    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.

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    Governing From Federal Prison

    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.

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    NYC's Water Supply

    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 ...

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