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Documentary will be shown at Bronx Documentary Center in Melrose to raise funds for James Foley, the freelance journalist who was killed in Syria, and who once attended a course in reporter safety at the center.
An incoming resident writes that “by kowtowing to Brooklyn demands while blowing off the same from the Bronx, it paints an ugly picture of how the Bronx waterfront is slated for industrial / commercial development – residents’ health be damned,” unlike Brooklyn.
State Senator José M. Serrano, who represents Mott Haven, Melrose and other parts of the Bronx and Manhattan, will meet with constituents at the Mott Haven Branch Library, 321 E. 140th St. at the corner of Alexander Avenue, between 4 and 7 p.m. on Wednesday, July 10. Senator Serrano’s office can be reached at 212-828-5829.
City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito cut the ribbon on her new space at 214 St. Ann’s Avenue between East 137th and 138th streets, a half a block from NYCHA’s Millbrook Houses.
Three workers for City Councilwoman Maria del Carmen Arroyo’s reelection campaign were charged on March 26 with forging signatures to get the incumbent on the ballot last spring.