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Community Updates – January 2016

Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick’s Community E-Update - December 2015

Neighborhood Update - Winter 2015

2016 New York City Parking Calendar - Compliments of Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick

Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick’s Community E-Update - November 2015

Testimony Regarding the 550 Washington Street/Special Hudson River Park District Project

Thank you for the opportunity to testify before you today on behalf of Congressman Jerrold Nadler, Borough President Gale Brewer, State Senators Brad Hoylman and Daniel Squadron, and Councilmember Corey Johnson. The project proposed at 550 Washington...

New York Expands Tuberculosis Testing – Glick-Hoylman Bill Signed by Governor Cuomo

New York – On Friday, November 20th, Governor Cuomo signed into law a bill introduced earlier this year by Assembly Member Deborah Glick and Senator Brad Hoylman to expand tuberculosis testing by allowing registered nurses to administer tests without...

Public Comments to the Army Corps of Engineers

Thank you for opening up the proposed project at Pier 55 for public comment. This project would have massive implications for the environment as well as the surrounding community. The proposal currently under review would construct a new pier, Pier 55,...

Testimony of Assemblymember Deborah J. Glick before the Landmark Preservation Commission

Thank you for the opportunity to testify today. There are several properties within my district, including: 57 Sullivan Street, 315 Broadway, James McCreery & Co., located at 801-807 Broadway, 138 Second Avenue, and 143 Chambers Street that warrant landmark...

October 2015 Community E-Update

Glick Statement on the Signing of Women’s Rights Legislation

Yesterday Governor Cuomo signed several bills into law that will strengthen women’s rights in New York. This is a big step forward toward improving the lives of women in New York and I am happy that we were able to achieve important improvements for...

Public Comment Period for Pier 55

As you may know, Hudson River Park Trust, in partnership with the Diller — von Furstenberg Family Foundation, is proposing the creation of a new pier- Pier 55. This would replace Pier 54 currently located between Little West 12th and 13th Streets. Pier...

Capital Tonight Interview: Shedding Light on the Wage Gap

Capital Tonight Interview: Appoint an LGBT New Yorker to the Court of Appeals

Make Equal Pay for Women the Law

On the evening of March 25, 1911, a fire broke out in Manhattan's Triangle Shirtwaist Factory. Locked inside, many workers – most of them women – leapt eight stories to their deaths. The fire is a tragedy seared into labor history. The shock induced...

Deborah Glick's Neighborhood Update

Diversify Court of Appeals with LGBT Jurist

Gov. Andrew Cuomo may soon have another opportunity to promote diversity. By the end of this year, he must appoint two new judges to the Court of Appeals. Here is a chance to help make the justice system more just by increasing diversity on the bench....

Deborah Glick's Neighborhood Update - Winter 2014

2015 New York City Parking Calendar