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Winners and Losers 04/18/14

cityandstateny.com — As it's been said many times, there are only two things for certain: death and taxes. And as this magical time of the year comes and goes with reporters combing through boring tax documents prepared by elected officials generally to find absolutely nothing of interest we propose adding a third certain thing to the cliche: friday's Winners and Losers.
@EspaillatNY leads voting for week's biggest winner, Sant Singh Chatwal the biggest loser. Disagree? Vote here cityandstateny.com/2/92/winners-a…

Five Key Changes To New York City's Sandy Recovery Effort

cityandstateny.com — After lengthy delays in helping New Yorkers displaced by Superstorm Sandy, Mayor Bill de Blasio's Office of Recovery and Resiliency on Thursday released a comprehensive report on the progress of the maligned "Build It Back" program as well as an overhaul of the program in order to accelerate the recovery effort.
I break down five key changes to NYC’s Build it Back program announced by @BilldeBlasio yesterday: cityandstateny.com/2/83/energy-an…

City & State Welcomes A New Managing Editor and Two New Reporters

cityandstateny.com — City & State has promoted its multimedia director, Michael Johnson, previously the executive producer of YNN's Capital Tonight, to become its new managing editor, and hired two new reporters to bolster its coverage of policy, industry and New York City politics.

Miner Resigns as State Democratic Co-Chair

cityandstateny.com — Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner submitted her resignation today as co-chair of the New York State Democratic Committee. Miner, who was named to the position in 2012 along with Assemblyman Keith Wright, sent a resignation letter to the executive director of the state committee and notified a few other people of her decision.
@MinerforMayor "While I have enjoyed my tenure as co-chair, the time has come to allow someone else to fill the role" cityandstateny.com/2/75/campaigns…

Miner Resigns as State Democratic Co-Chair

cityandstateny.com — Syracuse Mayor Stephanie Miner submitted her resignation today as co-chair of the New York State Democratic Committee. Miner, who was named to the position in 2012 along with Assemblyman Keith Wright, sent a resignation letter to the executive director of the state committee and notified a few other people of her decision.