City Controller Alan Butkovitz has, for years, been concerned with the financial outlook for baby boomers.
Ross Feinberg will be at Curran’s Irish Inn on Thursday at 3:30 p.m., hoping to debate state Sen. John Sabatina Jr. (D-5th dist.).
The public is invited to two upcoming political forums.
As Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton prepare to debate on Sunday, a Mayfair Diner customer gave some advice to Lara Trump to pass on to her father-in-law.
In other political news, Donald Trump’s daughter-in-law and Omarosa Manigault, a former contestant on ‘The Apprentice,’ are set to visit the Mayfair Diner.
“I am ready to restore integrity, judgment and fairness to the district attorney’s office.” — Joe Khan
Amendments offered by state Reps. Ed Neilson (D-174th dist.) and Jason Dawkins (D-179th dist.) to raise the minimum pay for poll workers on Election Day failed to pass. Neilson’s amendment would have increased the minimum compensation for individuals serving as judges or inspectors of election from $75 to $150. Clerks and machine operators would have seen their minimum compensation rise from $70 to $140.
The city last week officially opened satellite offices for the Departments of Revenue and Licenses and Inspections and Councilman Brian O’Neill in a strip mall in Rhawnhurst.
While the nation looks forward to watching Monday’s Clinton/Trump debate, local folks could get a closeup view of several debates among candidates for state legislature.
Former New York Mayor Rudy Giuliani will be in the Northeast on Sept. 14, as News Talk 990 AM WNTP sponsors Decision 2016: America in the Balance.