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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson
Fighting to do the most good for those who need it most. NYC should be a city for all of us. Speaker of the , repping District 3. Official account.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 4m
6:41pm 7/19 UPDATE: Some good news — but not nearly enough: Metro North is cross-honoring MetroCard holders at impacted stations along the 1, 2, 3, 4, 5 and 6 lines for alternative travel.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 23m
As of 6:25pm 7/19 - Update: 1, 2, 3, 4, 5, 6, and Grand Central-42 St S trains are suspended in both directions. I will be expecting a report from the MTA on how this happened during a heat wave when people are encouraged to use mass transit.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 34m
NYC - lettered lines moving faster than numbered lines at the moment.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 1h
Replying to @KeithPowersNYC
Criminal Justice Chair and I are demanding information on the DOC's plan to keep incarcerated persons safe during this heat wave.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 2h
We are demanding answers from the DOC on their plans to ensure that incarcerated individuals are treated humanely during this heat wave. This is further proof of the urgent need to .
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 2h
Pool hours are extending to 8:00 p.m. at all Olympic and intermediate-sized outdoor pools starting TODAY until Sunday, 7/19. Find a *free* outdoor pool here:
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 2h
Con Ed needs to provide answers about its ability to meet NYC’s electrical needs and keep our city safe, particularly if they are asking for another rate hike.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 2h
AIR QUALITY ALERT! NYC is in an Air Quality Alert until 11pm today, due to extreme heat and air pollution. People with asthma and other lung diseases should reduce exertion outdoors. Be safe and please use mass transportation, instead of driving, when possible.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 2h
It’s a CODE RED for our city’s homeless. This weekend, you can call 311 to report a homeless person in need of shelter.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 3h
Having plenty of water is essential this weekend. The City’s here to help with extra Water-on-the-Go portable drinking water fountains that will be stationed at busy pedestrian areas across the five boroughs from Friday to Sunday. For more locations and updates follow
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Annik LaFarge Jul 18
Breaking GREAT news: Clement Moore park has reopened and the kids are going nuts. The seals are cooling everyone off and life is good in West Chelsea. Thanks and
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 6h
This weekend is going to put our power grid to the test. If you experience a ConEd outage, report it! Go to: or call 1-800-75-CONED (26633). For speech impaired or deaf: 1-800-642-2308.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 6h
I stand with the Garner family and their fight for justice. Fire Pantaleo now.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 7h
Our heroes are dying. The ones surviving deserve dignity and protection.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson 10h
We knew the fight for tenant rights wasn't over and we will not allow our hard fought wins for tenants to be rolled back. We will keep fighting through this lawsuit and into next legislative session too.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Jul 18
NYC! To help combat the heat, pool hours are extending to 8:00 p.m. at all Olympic and intermediate-sized outdoor pools on Friday, Saturday, and Sunday. Find a FREE outdoor pool here:
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Jul 18
200 FDNY dead now because of WTC related illnesses. 200. Our first-responders deserve dignity and respect and I’m ashamed the federal government has been falling so short for them.
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Jul 18
I will continue to work with the MTA to make sure this doesn’t happen again. Full Statement from MTA:
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Ben Max Jul 18
"There are too many parking spots in New York City," says on , talking again about "breaking the car culture," reclaiming public parking space, adding more bike lanes, etc. Context:
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NYC Council Speaker Corey Johnson Jul 18
This is vile and should be condemned by all Americans.
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