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Nicole Malliotakis for Mayer  2017
Nicole Malliotakis (born November 11, 1980) is a Republican politician from New York City who represents a small portion of Bay Ridge, Brooklyn and East Shore, Staten Island in the New York State Assembly. The Assemblywoman is the daughter of Greek and Cuban immigrants. She is the only Republican woman elected in New York City and the first Hispanic-American to win elected office in Staten Island. She is one of the first two Greek-American women elected to office in New York
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Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis Takes Part In Budget Hearing on Taxes
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis (R,C,I-Brooklyn, Staten Island) questions New York State Department of Taxation and Finance Commissioner Thomas H. Mattox regarding the 2014 New York State Budget.
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Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis meets with Girl Scouts from Staten Island
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis meets with Girl Scouts
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis
March 3, 2011 NYS Executive Budget Hearings
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As NYC Mourns a Fallen NYPD Hero and Homelessness Skyrockets Mayor "Antifa Billy" Parties in Germany
The worst mayor in the history of New York City, Bill de Blasio skipped a New York Police Department swearing-in ceremony to attend anti-capitalist protests at the G-20 summit in Germany on Thursday, according to the New York Post. De Blasio kept his plans to attend the “Hamburg Shows Attitude” demonstration events under wraps until just 90 minutes before his flight to Germany took off. He is scheduled to be the event’s keynote speaker today. His sudden departure to Germany meant skipping the swearing-in ceremony of more than 500 new NYPD officers and has drawn criticism for the timing. Just a day before, Officer Miosotis Familia was fatally shot while sitting in her service vehicle by an ex-con with a vendetta against police officers. “Instead of jet-setting around the world, he should be here doing his job,” said Staten Island assemblywoman and presumptive Republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis. “A police officer was murdered, street homelessness has skyrocketed and people continue to get delayed on the trains.” The Official Lionel Nation Store: http://www.cafepress.com/theofficiallionelnationstore Sign up for Lionel's Newsletter and Truth Warrior manifestos. http://lionelmedia.com/2015/05/04/information-is-the-currency-of-the-21st-century-lionel-2010-ce/ Subscribe to Lionel YouTube Channel – http://www.youtube.com/LionelY2K Official Lionel Website: http://www.lionelmedia.com Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/lionelmedia Instagram – http://www.instagram.com/lionelmedia/ Periscope — https://www.periscope.tv/LionelNation/ Email – [email protected] Lionel Bio: http://lionelmedia.com/about-lionel/ Lionel Nation Google+ – https://plus.google.com/u/0/117173180841470374058 The Lebron Law Firm Website – http://www.lebronfirm.com Lionel Nation podcasts on iTunes – http://itunes.apple.com/us/podcast/lionel-nation/id1015647476 Lionel Nation podcasts on audioBoom – http://audioboom.com/lionelmedia Lionel Nation podcasts on Stitcher – http://www.stitcher.com/podcast/lionel-nation Official Facebook Fan Page – http://www.facebook.com/lionelfanpage The Lebron Law Firm Facebook Page – http://www.facebook.com/lebronfirm The Lebron Law Firm Twitter – http://www.twitter.com/lebronfirm
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Malliotakis advocates school bus service for Staten Island
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis expresses her support for providing school bus service on Staten Island.
Is Mayor Bill de Blasio napping at work? Can we? (A Hot Minute)
Zzz. Tom and Shane discuss the report that Mayor Bill de Blasio is napping in the office at City Hall.
Assemblyman Ron Castorina Jr. elected GOP chairman
The party unanimously elected Castorina on Wednesday night.
De Blasio claims 'clear mandate' a day after relection victory - Uncle Sam
Mayor de Blasio claimed a mandate Wednesday, a day after his reelection victory, saying he’s already counting down the days he has left in his second and last term to make good on a host of progressive promises.“It’s a clear mandate,” de Blasio told reporters at City Hall Wednesday.“It’s a mandate for fairness — to make this the fairest big city in America.” De Blasio, a Democrat, soundly defeated Republican challenger Nicole Malliotakis, with 66% of the vote to her 28%.Hizzoner gave credit for the win to his message — but also to President Trump, who he claimed drove many voters to the polls.Bo Dietl wants to be Mayor de Blasio’s ambassador to Trump “Oh, my God.Yes.Absolutely,” he said when asked if Trump played a role.“I say with humility, I have been a leading anti-Trump voice,” de Blasio said.“A lot of people have been turned back on to the political process because of their frustration with Donald Trump.” The mayor said he has no plans to create a national PAC to push his anti-Trump agenda, though he did not firmly rule it out.De Blasio and Malliotakis, a Staten Island assemblywoman who hammered him on quality-of-life issues and corruption throughout the campaign, finally spoke Wednesday, after playing phone tag Tuesday night.Malliotakis said she called de Blasio to concede but got his voicemail.De Blasio’s camp said he called her back after his victory speech, but also got voice mail.“I spoke with Mayor de Blasio this morning, congratulated him & offered my assistance on the issues where we share common ground and can work together to improve the lives of New Yorkers,” Malliotakis tweeted.The mayor said in the early afternoon he had not received a congratulatory call from his frequent rival Gov.Cuomo, but he did hear from the governor later in the day, de Blasio’s spokesman said.He also got a call from Hillary Clinton.De Blasio was dogged in the days before the election by the testimony of donor Jona Rechnitz, though it was not enough to cost him a large margin of victory.He refused to answer questions Wednesday on whether he had spoken to anyone at the Buildings Department about easing up enforcement of illegal hotel violations at Rechnitz’s Midtown building after the landlord cut a big check.As the Daily News reported, illegal hotel complaints continued after the payment — but the city issued no violations.After taking a victory lap Wednesday morning thanking voters near Brooklyn’s Borough Hall, de Blasio turned to putting together an administration for the second term — determining which top officials will stay or go, decisions he declined to discuss.De Blasio has big promises to keep now that he’s been reelected He’ll face pressure to deliver on lofty promises, from shutting down Rikers Island to reducing the city’s waste production to zero.“I’m a believer in term limits for executive office,” said de Blasio, who is barred by those laws from running again.“Now I can count down to the last day of 2021, and I’ve got just that period of
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Mayor de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray Make a Healthcare Announcement
Mayor de Blasio and First Lady Chirlane McCray Make a Healthcare Announcement Charles B. Wang Community Health Center 136-26 37th Avenue Flushing, Queens July 18, 2017
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Woman Yells at Schumer in Staten Island for Food and Supplies!
Across storm-ravaged Staten Island, frustrations are mounting. One resident there told CBS station WCBS, "We're gonna die! We're gonna freeze! We've got 90-year-old people!" Residents are outraged, claiming their community has been ignored in the days following Sandy while aid pours into other parts of New York and New Jersey. Natvel Pritchard, of Staten Island, said, "Though people don't talk about Staten Island much, people are here, a lot of people are hurting, so it's upsetting." Pictures: Before-and-after views of Sandy destruction Hurricane Sandy: Most dramatic images Power is out, hundreds of homes have been destroyed, and dozens of streets are impassable. Still, the city is planning to go ahead with its annual marathon, which kicks off on Staten Island's Verrazano-Narrows Bridge on Sunday. Resident Nicole Malliotakis said, "We are far from fine and the fact that the mayor wants to have a marathon this weekend when we have people who lost either their lives or lost their entire house. I mean, it's unbelievable to me." The area of new York - home to 500,000 - suffered some of the worst destruction. At least 19 of the 41 people who died in New York City lived on Staten Island. More heartbreak came Thursday when searchers discovered the bodies of two little boys. Monday night while driving through the storm, Glenda Moore's SUV got stuck in the flood waters. Moore rescued her boys, 2-year-old Brandon and 4-year-old Connor. But authorities say when Moore knocked nearby doors for help, she couldn't find any. Fire Department of New York Borough Cmmdr. Mike Marrone said, "The way she described as the waters were flowing, (they) basically just ripped the kids out of her arm. She was holding them by the hand."
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Staten Island COJO Community security meeting
02.06.2018 Staten Island, NY NYPD brass and borough officials sounded off on February 6, 2018, discussing the borough's heroin epidemic. The symposium was held in front of a few hundred people at the Jewish Community Center in Seaview, as part of a community safety meeting hosted by the Council of Jewish Organizations of Staten Island. The CommUNITY meeting was novel because COJO also coordinated the Security Meeting with Faith Base Groups and civic organizations of Staten Island. A look at the packed standing room crowd reflected people from all walks of life is a testimony of COJO’s concern for the welfare and wellbeing of all of Staten Island. The audience was addressed by NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill, Staten Island Borough President James Oddo, Richmond County District Attorney Michael E. McMahon, Councilman Steve Matteo, Assembly Member Nicole Malliotakis, Mendy Mirocznik, President of COJO, Scott Maurer, CEO and Executive Vice-President of COJO, Chief Nilda Hofmann, the newly appointed NYPD Chief of the Community Affairs Bureau, Captain Mark C. Molinari, of the Hate Crimes Unit and by Assistant Chief Kenneth Corey, the newly appointed Borough Commander of Patrol Borough Staten Island. Rabbi Alvin Kass, NYPD Chief Chaplain and Imam Dr. Tahir Kukaj, of the Albanian Cultural Center, made the invocations.  Also in attendance was Dennis Quirk, President of the New York State Court Officers Association, New York City Civil Court Judge Susan Quirk, Jeffery Ward, Staten Island Trustee of the Detective Endowment Association, Richmond County Public Administrator Anthony Catalano, FDNY Borough Commander Richard Howe, FDNY Chief Brian Gorman, and the Knights of Pythias represented by Errol Lewis, Philip Feigel and Jeffery Freez. Also present was the borough’s top NYPD brass such as the Commanding Officers of the Island’s Police Precincts, Deputy Inspector Joseph Simonetti from the 120, Deputy Inspector Matthew Harrington from the 121, Deputy Inspector Ebony Washington from the 122, Captain Kenneth Noonan from the 123, Inspector Thomas Delahanty from Patrol Borough Staten Island, Inspector Vincent J. Patti from Patrol Borough Staten Island, Captain Allen G. Larson from Patrol Borough Staten Island, Captain Andrew Hillery from Strategic Response Unit as well as other representatives from Patrol Borough Staten Island and One Police Plaza. Maurer, who moderated the panel discussion portion of the evening, began the program by welcoming all those in attendance and stated, “the importance of the COJO food pantry in working together with the community and the NYPD in helping to foster better community relations.” Maurer added, “that through pantry interaction and helping the community COJO and the NYPD has touched the lives of thousands of Staten Islanders. It is through this interaction that we have helped build bridges of friendship and trust.” Mirocznik, congratulated Commissioner O’Neill and the NYPD for bringing crime down to a low that New York City has not witnessed since the 1950’s and stated, “that thanks to Commissioner O’Neill’s vision of bringing together our elected officials, civic leaders and members of the Clergy we have been able to forge a partnership of people committed to public safety and a better Staten Island.”  Mirocznik praised District Attorney McMahon and Borough President Oddo for their leadership in jointly working together in fighting crime and in enhancing the quality of life for all Staten Islanders.”
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Nicole Malliotakis NYS Executive Budget Hearings
Nicole Malliotakis NYS Executive Budget Hearings
Janine Materna thanks her volunteers after losing Assembly seat
Challenger Janine Materna thanks her volunteers after losing Staten Island's South Shore Assembly seat Ron Castorina, Jr. (Video by Jan Somma-Hammel)
Malliotakis applauds prescription drug registry
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis applauds the newly-created prescription drug registry to help fight drug abuse in New York City and across the state.
Assemblywoman Malliotakis votes against public financing of campaigns for Comptroller's Office
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis explains her "no" vote against legislation that would provide public financing of campaigns for the Office of the New York State Comptroller
Assemblywoman Malliotakis votes against using taxpayer money to conduct study of Verizon
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses why taxpayer dollars should not be used to conduct studies on private businesses.
In liberal New York City, a pocket of Young Republicans thrive
Staten Island's Young Republicans are judged for expressing their political views off of Staten Island. Speaking about their personal experiences, they noticed how difficult it is to be a young conservative in a liberal generation.
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Kristine and Anna: Built it back
Staten Island resident Kristine Matarese's home was flooded by Super Storm Sandy. With the help of NYC's Build it Back her home was elevated to protect from flood waters, and keep her family safe.
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Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis
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Malliotakis' bill to go paperless passes Assembly
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses legislation, of which she is a co-sponsor, that has passed the Assembly allowing local governments to save taxpayer money and protect the environment by distributing legislation to elected officials electronically rather than unnecessarily printing hard copies of bills.
Malliotakis discusses the MTA's finances
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses the financial issues facing the MTA.
SIUH rolls out new ambulance fleet
Staten Island University Hospital celebrates the addition of 5 new ambulances with power-assist stretcher systems. (Staten Island Advance/ Allie Griffin)
Mayor de Blasio Delivers Remarks at Travis 4th of July Parade
Mayor de Blasio Delivers Remarks at Travis 4th of July Parade Public School 26 4108 Victory Boulevard Staten Island, NY 10314 July 4, 2017
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Housing Is A Human Right (3): Michael Cusick
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. -- On March 18, Assembly Members Michael Cusick and Nicole Malliotakis addressed the Staten Island Mental Health Council, health care providers and consumers, vowing to fight for better housing and more beds for children -- and to reign in the rogue agency known as the Office of the Medicaid Inspector General...
Malliotakis talks utilitiy fees
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses the impact of fees and surcharges on utility bills.
Ron Castorina, GOP Assemblyman, claims victory with speech
Staten Island's Assemblyman Ron Castorina Jr. gives his primary night victory speech at Prive Restaurant. (Staten Island Advance/Hilton Flores)
Assemblywoman Malliotakis states case against bill to require expensive, unnecessary study
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis states case against legislation that would require the public service commission to conduct an unnecessary study at taxpayers' expense
Assemblywoman Malliotakis explains her vote against requiring unnecessary, expensive study
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis explains her vote against legislation that would require the public service commission to conduct an unnecessary study at taxpayers' expense
Assemblywoman Malliotakis reacts to series of budget bills
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discussed her take on a series of budget bills regarding MTA debt and spending.
Malliotakis backs transparency in Port Authority
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses legislation, of which she is a co-sponsor, to increase transparency and accountability in the Port Authority.
Mayoral Candidate Takes On Homeless Crisis
The Republican running for New York City Mayor, Nicole Malliotakis, is taking on homelessness and attacking Mayor Bill de Blasio in the process. CBS2's Jessica Moore reports.
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Assemblywoman Malliotakis debates legislation that would require expensive, unnecessary study
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses legislation that would require the public service commission to conduct an unnecessary study at taxpayers' expense
Malliotakis Cautions Against Authorizing Increase in MTA Debt
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses her vote on this year's State Transportation Budget
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Bo for Mayor - TV Commercial #2 - Nun Case from 1981
Paid for by Friends of Bo Dietl - Donate at BoforMayor.com/donate! Bo Dietl is running for mayor with a broad coalition of support to clean up the city. As the 110th Mayor of New York, Bo will bring fiscally conservative and socially inclusive leadership to City Hall, and govern for all New Yorkers. Bo Knows New York, And New York Needs Bo. Bo Dietl is the Founder and Chairman of Beau Dietl & Associates, a leading investigative and security firm based in New York City, and one of the most highly decorated detectives in the history of the New York City Police Department. #boformayor #boknowsnyc #nativenewyorker #dumpdeblasio #wewantourcityback #cleanupnyc #ilovenewyork #bodietl #bolieve #nycmayor #mayorofnyc #brooklyn #statenisland #manhattan #bronx #queens #politics #cityhall #graciemansion #rape #nun #nunrape #crime #horrificcrime
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Malliotakis promotes program to send supplies to troops
Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis discusses her involvement in a drive to send supplies to our troops overseas.
CUNY TV Presents ABNY:  NYS Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis
NYS Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis, District 64, a candidate for mayor, concerned that the American Dream is slipping away, talks about the homeless, many mentally ill, and their effect on New Yorker's safety and quality of life. Malliotakis discusses the need for transportation upgrades and review of the education system. 10/24/17 ABNY - the Association for a Better New York - is dedicated to making New York a better place to live, work and visit. This coalition of business, labor, non-profit and political leaders is focused on exploring and implementing ideas that keep the city moving forward. With more than 300 member organizations, ABNY incorporates a comprehensive and diverse view of the issues and challenges facing New York City. Watch more CUNY TV Presents ABNY at http://www.cuny.tv/show/abnypresents SPEC17007
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Illicit activities at BK massage parlors sparks call for crackdown on new ones opening
BROOKLYN - Lawmakers are looking to halt the opening of new massage parlors in Brooklyn after several were forced to close due to illicit activities. Shirley Day Spa in Bay Ridge is just one massage parlor that was forced to close. An investigation by the Brooklyn District Attorney's Office found that some customers were getting more than just massages. Assemblywoman Nicole Malliotakis created new legislation aimed at insuring so-called day spas that are providing standard services and not prostitution. Parts of the bill call for regulating hours and closing spas with excessive noise. In addition, spas would be forced to close if the owner is convicted of a felony. The new legislation will be introduced to the state Legislature in January.
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