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Mayor Bill de Blasio
Fighting every day to make New York the fairest big city in America. ()
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 43m
City Hall In Your Borough brings government to the people — can't wait to spend next week working on the issues that mean the most to New Yorkers!
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 4h
The heat advisory remains in effect today — keep an eye on for further weather updates and take care of yourself and your family! Cooling centers remain open for any New Yorker who needs a safe place to cool off.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 17h
Big win for Mid-Island in their opening game of the !
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 21h
Next week we're bringing government to the people! City Hall In Your Borough returns !
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 22h
New Yorkers don't let big corporations tell us what to do.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 22h
For too long in our city, if you were poor or had darker skin, you knew all the garbage was coming to your neighborhood. The waste equity law I signed today is another step towards becoming the fairest big city in America.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio 23h
Just saw video from 28 Pct. Unacceptable that any New Yorker shows a police officer such disrespect. Those who protect us deserve better
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 16
In a fair city, handling trash can’t be just one neighborhood's responsibility. Join me in Williamsburg for more.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 16
A heat advisory remains in effect until 6PM tonight. Keep hydrated, keep inside if you can, and check in on your neighbors, especially seniors and anyone with a medical condition. Our city’s cooling centers are open.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 16
The world lost a legend today, but Aretha Franklin will never be forgotten because of how she made us feel every time she let her powerful voice be heard. Long live the Queen of Soul.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio retweeted
NYC Mayor's Office Aug 16
There’s a heat advisory in effect today until 6 pm. It will be sunny, hot, and everyone should be careful. Drink water, stay cool, and check on your neighbors. The high is 91, and the low is 76. Find a cooling center at:
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 15
The movement that the young leaders of have sparked is going to bring serious change to our country.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 15
Some powerful people may not like what I’m about to say, but it’s time for big corporations to take a back seat and for working people to take the wheel.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 15
The city is under a heat advisory until 6PM tomorrow night — stay hydrated and stay indoors if you can. Cooling centers are open if you or your neighbors need a safe place to cool off.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 15
This is a historic day — it’s the first time ferry service has come to the Bronx since the 1930s. This will cut commutes for so many New Yorkers in half and bring our city together like never before.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio retweeted
Spectrum News NY1 Aug 15
Replying to @NYCMayor
. Bill de Blasio says the expansion of the NYC ferry Soundview route provides service “to a neighborhood that too often had been ignored and neglected.”
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 14
State Senate Republicans have handed 132,000 drivers a free pass to put our children’s lives in danger.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 14
In this city we don’t let big corporations tell us what to do. Today’s victory has been three years in the making and belongs to every for-hire driver and working person who calls New York City home.
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Mayor Bill de Blasio Aug 14
New York City is about to put big corporations in the back seat and let the people take the wheel.
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Spectrum News NY1 Aug 14
City speed cameras may not be able to issue tickets, but they’ve clocked 132,000 drivers speeding since the July 25th expiration. de Blasio weighs in.
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