NYC, rental prices, decreasing

March 7, 2018 A recent article of the Wall Street Journal announces great news, NYC rental prices are moving in the right direction as rent prices have lowered quite a bit in response to a boom of new available housing. NYC rental prices have had a market response as the increase in the supply of […]

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STD, Sexually Transmitted Disease, Chlamydia, Syphilis, Gonorrhea

December 6, 2017 STD  (Sexually-transmitted disease) infections are spreading fast in NYC. If not resolved soon, could bring about a public health crisis. In recent years, new cases of common STDs such as syphilis, Chlamydia, and gonorrhea have been rising at surprising rates. The CDC estimates that in the United States alone this year there […]

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Preventing Human Trafficking and Prostitution

August 15th, 2017 As public servants, responsible for the lives and well-beings of many people, we have to do our best to prevent harm, disregard for human life, liberty, and sentiments. An unrecognized source of harm for many people in NYC is human trafficking and prostitution. Recently,  a UK Crime agency said that Modern Slavery, […]

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The Importance of Children to the Progress of the World and NYC

  August 06, 2017 Children are one of the most important resources of the world.  Without them, then our society does not continue to grow and flourish. With them, then we are capable of doing great things for long periods of time. They are especially important in advancing society in the fields of science, technology, […]

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MTA Transit In Desperate Need of Repair and Modernization

August 03,2017 MTA transit, with the right direction and oversight, can and will improve the daily lives and commutes of New Yorkers. MTA has always been an integral part to the rapid flow of people and energy in NYC. With consistent train delays, and several track derailments within the past 5 years, the MTA has […]

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Homeless people of NYC,

Too often we see homeless people lay down on the sidewalk and seek rest after their weary time scavenging for food, money, and a bed to sleep. Sure, there are some homeless that have made terrible mistakes with their life and money, that has resulted in their  homeless situation. However, if we as people of […]

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Homeless

July 22, 2017 The homeless population is a huge problem we see too often in NYC.  It’s a problem that has existed since the dawn of time on this planet, and yet it is spreading rampant in 2017. How do we as public servants help this group of people that have fallen behind in society? […]

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Invitation For Procreation: How the LGBT Community Can Help NYC Grow

July 16, 2017 NYC has long been a city defined by its people. What was once a gathering place for Native Americans soon became a settlement for European immigrants. This settlement of European immigrants is now a city of 8 million people and counting. To ensure that NYC continues grow, we have to ensure that […]

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Corruption, NYC Public Schools, NYPD and FDNY, and Public officials

June 22,2017 For a long time, Corruption has been creeping into NYC politics and has been gaining unhealthy influence over our local political institutions. At the end of the day, New Yorkers suffer in seeing stagnation in their communities as lobbyists and other corrupt official prevent the much-needed progress in NYC communities. When will it […]

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NYC, Vote Eliseo Santos For New York City Mayor

  Education To tell you more about myself, I was born in Harlem Hospital and raised in The Bronx.  My parents are from the Dominican Republic. They sought a better life and decided to move to NYC like many other people from around the world. I lived for most of my youth in the Morris […]

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