Records Access OfficerNYC Department of Education52 Chambers Street, Room 308New York, New York 10007
To Whom It May Concern:
This is a follow up to my initial Freedom Of Information Act request that I sent to the Department of Education by email on Friday, April 15, 2011.
I am in receipt of a one-page letter dated January 3, 2011 which was the initial offer to Cathie Black by Mayor Michael Bloomberg. I also received a follow-up email note yesterday from Mr. Storelli-Castro summarizing the information. While his response is interesting, it is not a substitute for documents.
New York Hispanic Clergy Organization Annual Banquet
This weekend, the Evangelical Church of New York City will celebrate the New York Hispanic Clergy Organization’s Annual Banquet.
This Saturday, April 16th at 12:00 PM in the banquet halls of Maestro’s Caterers located at 1703 Bronxdale Avenue, Bronx, NY, more than 800 ministers and laypeople will gather to recognize the work of six distinguished personalities who have done phenomenal work for the church and their community.
(1)Rev. Dr. Rosa Silva – counselor, pastor, writer, lecturer, and wife of Dr. Kittim Silva Bermudez.
This weekend, the Legislative Conference known as Somos Uno or “We are One”, which is comprised of all the Hispanic Legislators of the State Legislature, will gather in Albany, the State Capital to find ways in which Hispanic elected officials can protect, defend and stand up for the Hispanic community all across New York State.
This Conference of Somos Uno began its’ annual functions more than 30 years ago under the name Somos el Futuro or “We are the Future,” under the guidance of the late Assemblyman Angelo del Toro.
Este fin de semana la Conferencia Legislativa conocida como Somos Uno, compuesta de todos los Legisladores Hispanos de la Legislatura Estatal, se reunen en Albany, la capital del Estado para tratar, de acuerdo a sus lideres, la forma de como los oficiales Hispanos electos pueden proteger, defender y sacar la cara por los residentes Hispanos en todo el Estado de Nueva York.
El presupuesto que el Gobernador del Estado de Nueva York Andrew Cuomo ha sometido para este año traerá consecuencias fatales para nuestra comunidad.
Aunque logramos restituir el dinero para mantener abierto los centros de ancianos y la amenaza de cerrar 105 centros de personas mayores de edad ya no es real, por otro lado en el presupuesto el Gobernador Cuomo pide un corte de 2.8 billones de dolares en los beneficios de medicaid.
New York State Senator Reverend Rubén Díaz (D-Bronx) has released the following statement calling upon all of his Black and Hispanic colleagues in the Senate and in the Assembly to vote against any budget that does not include rent regulation.
“I am calling upon all of my colleagues in the Senate and the Assembly – especially my colleagues who are Black and Hispanic – to refuse to vote for any Budget without rent regulation protection. These protections limit rent and rent hikes that landlords can charge on more than a million apartments in New York.
Thank you for your article “See Spot owner run to class,” which was published in the NY Post on Sunday, March 20, 2011. It is always gratifying to receive acknowledgement when legislation is publicized. As you know, this year, I have introduced more than one hundred pieces of legislation, some of them dealing with solving the State’s fiscal crisis (see below).
Bronx, NY – El Senador Rev. Rubén Díaz, junto al Caucus Puertorriqueño y Latino del Senado del Estado de Nueva York, celebrará el Primer “Abrazo Garifuna en Nueva York.” Este evento honrara las contribuciones de la comunidad Garifuna-Americana a la Ciudad de Nueva York.
Esta actividad, solamente es por invitación, se llevará acabo hoy Jueves, 17 de Marzo de 2011 en el Restaurante Maestros Caterer’s ubicado en el 1703 Bronxdale Avenue, Bronx, New York de 7:00 pm a 12:00 am.
Bronx, NY-Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz, in conjunction with The New York State Senate Puerto Rican and Latino Caucus, will celebrate the First “Abrazo Garifuna in New York.” This event will honor the contributions of the Garifuna-Americans to the fabric of New York City.
Albany, NY - State Senator Rev. Rubén Díaz (SD 32) announced today that the New York State Senate has completely restored Title XX funding for discretionary programs in its one-house budget bill.
“I am pleased and grateful that Senator Skelos and the Senate Republicans, as well as my conference Leader John Sampson and the Senate Democrats, worked to ensure that this very important funding was restored,” stated Senator Díaz.
El Senador Reverendo Rubén Díaz al Gobernador Andrew Cuomo: Sus prioridades están fuera de línea
El Senador Estatal Reverendo Rubén Díaz (D-Bronx) ha públicado la siguiente declaración en respuesta a la reunión que el Gobernador Andrew Cuomo tuvo ayer para elaborar estrategias acerca de cómo legalizar el matrimonio entre homosexuales en el Estado de Nueva York: