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In this episode of New York Considered, hear excerpts from New York City mayor Ed Koch's community meeting in Jackson Heights. The mayor speaks about issues concerning the city, with particular ...
Congressman Edward I. Koch speaks on a telephone interview about rent control, including an upcoming rally.
Ed Koch, former mayor of New York City (D, 1978-1989) and U.S. Congressman, founder of NY Uprising, talks about how Albany legislators are doing in fulfilling their pledge to reform the redistricting process.
Ed Koch, former mayor of New York City and U.S. Congressman, talks about his campaign to reform the New York State legislature.
Presentation of a new report on how science and technology can help city operations. The mayor condemns Britain's shipping of Vietnam refugees back to Vietnam. He comments on aging (he turns 65 but he feels young, which he attributes to loving his job), and lists his plans for birthday and ...
Dick Hinchliffe reports on New York City mayor Ed Koch's self-described "austere" proposed budget for 1989.
Mayor Koch's "much better than doctors" recipe for a surefire cold remedy, the infamous Guggle Muggle. Delicious, "medically superb" and with a mysterious origin, it was passed on from mother to mother through generations untold. Don't forget the right dosage --if you can handle it.
[Approximate date] Mayor Koch speaks during a news conference about his views on graffiti and his recent disagreement over graffiti's aesthetic merits with a Frederick Douglass Intermediate School teacher.