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, Continue Reading →
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 Continue Reading →
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 Continue Reading →
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, Continue Reading →
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 Continue Reading →
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 Continue Reading →
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