This past week was a rollercoaster, prime leaders in local government like I.Daneek Miller,Alicia Hyndman, and all others within Queens delegation returned back their previous seats in office thanks to the audacity of its constituency…
As for the election of Brian Cunningham, in the 40th district of Brooklyn, it was a close race, we shall see what happens for the Young King in the pressing future of our New York Politics… Stay tune…
Tis the season of reckoning, when ones voice actually counts for something in this world, haha But no seriously, in Brooklyn for the 40th district we have Brian Cunningham running against a very popular incumbent, and across the borough in Queens we have the popular Councilman I.Daneek Miller
Choose wisely, this affects us all… #govote
The Sutphin Blvd Harvest Festival will be taking place Saturday September 23. Sutphin Blvd will be closed from Hillside Ave to Jamaica Ave all day, from 9 am – till 6 pm. We are looking for a few people to be part of the Sutphin Blvd Harvest Festival committee. Let me know if you are interested in working on this committee. I am intending to make it a cultural festival, with lots of cultural food, crafts and artwork. If you have any contacts feel free to reach out. I need your help if we are all going to have a successful event.
Best Regards Glenn
Sutphin Boulevard BID
89-00 Sutphin Boulevard, Ste. 204C
Jamaica, NY 11435
T: 718 291-2110
Cell: 347 813-6218
F: 718 291-2109
Councilman Miller set the tone for how you really end a “month of Black Culture”… His staff and fellow elected officials like, Tish James (New York Public Advocate), Senator LeRoy Comrie, NYC Comptroller Scott Stringer, and Founder/Creator of the UniverSoul Circus, Cedric Walker ,
gathered together to celebrate the essence of Black History Month.
Though, as Morgan Freeman states can you really sum up your history in a month?
The show was spectacular with the performances of dance (Devore Dance Center) , drums, song, and saxophone by the lovely talent Ashley Keiko.
Cold…drizzle and lots of commotion as folks entered into Roy Wilkins Recreational Center lastnight as Councilman Miller and New York City Mayor Deblasio take their seats at lastnights town hall meeting in Southeast Queens.
The gymnasium where the meeting was held was filled to capacity with standing room only, that however didn’t discourage the Mayor from standing tall as he is and readily willing to answer questions from the crowd of eager Queens residents. Topics like Universal child care, Senior Living, school zoning were the starters of the night. Other issues like the spiking rate of homelessness, new building of hotels in suburban neighborhoods which struck a cord with the audience of listeners. The Mayor sat and directly spoke with the residents and had many of his staff available for help on the various issues pointed out… For more on how things turned out check out Facebook/daneek.miller and his instagram/idaneekmiller
With all of the current chaos going on in other countries, New York is one of the major cities outside of Chicago, Atlanta and Los Angeles that immigrants gravitate to when migrating from other countries.
Yesterday, Councilman I. Daneek Miller stood in solidarity with the people of Turkey in New York City alongside his colleagues and advocates alike. For more on the Councilman Miller connect with his social media