On Wednesday, June 6th, 2023, Harlem Senator Cordell Cleare, community leaders, local officials, and others will present Senate Resolution Ceremony to pay tribute to the late Bill Perkins.
People traveled from Harlem to the Hudson to pay respects and to celebrate the life of the great senator and also council member Bill Perkins at Corinthian Baptist Church in Harlem.
Harlem is mourning the loss of Bill Perkins, a stalwart figure in the community, who dedicated his life to public service and the betterment of his beloved neighborhood.
On Saturday, September 17th, 2022, Seitu Oronde was at the community tribute for leaders Charles Rangel And Bill Perkins on Morningside Avenue, between 114th and 115th Streets in Harlem, NY.
A Harlem city council member who was taken to a hospital last week after police were called to his house pegged his erratic behavior on health issues, according to reports.
Harlem City Councilman Bill Perkins, a mainstay in the neighborhood’s political set for two decades, was taken brought in for evaluations Thursday and transported to a hospital for a psychiatric evaluation, police sources said.
Participatory Budgeting is a grassroots process through which community residents vote to directly allocate money toward proposals developed by the community to meet local needs.
New York City Council Speaker Melissa Mark-Viverito, Council Member Bill Perkins and the New York City Council today announced an agreement to rezone El Barrio/East Harlem and secure investments for many priorities of the East Harlem Neighborhood Plan.
NY Daily News report that hardworking Harlem Councilman Bill Perkins, who just took office in March, in terms of his attendance, missed 25% of the 24 meetings he was supposed to attend.
On Wednesday, August 2nd, 2017, Mayor Bill de Blasio will host a town hall with residents of 9thCouncil District, represented by Council Member in addition to Manhattan Borough President Gale A. Brewer, U.S. Representative Adriano Espaillat, State Senator Brian A. Benjamin and Assembly Member Inez Dickens.
After two instances of harassment from police impersonators entering their building, tenants at 50 West 93rd Street on the Upper West Side are holding a meeting with advocates and local elected officials to learn their rights and how to protect themselves.
Statement from NYC Mayor Bill de Blasio on ACS report into the death of Harlem’s Zymere Perkins: “This report uncovered a troubling series of lapses and missed opportunities in ACS’s failed effort to protect Zymere Perkins.
With Harlem families facing many challenges and uncertainties as they get ready for the first day of school,
Patch reports that three Democrats will represent Harlem in the New York City Council for the next four years.
Today, Congressman Adriano Espaillat (NY-13) and Congressman Dwight Evans (PA-02) released the following statements regarding their bill, the No Federal Funding for Confederate Symbols Act.