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New York City’s Green New Deal

New York City’s Green New Deal

Overview In April 2019, Mayor de Blasio announced New York City’s Green New Deal, an ambitious $14 billion plan to attack global warming. Laid out in “OneNYC 2050: Building a Strong and Fair City,” the Green New Deal policies address the existential threats posed by...
QueensWay

QueensWay

An abandoned railway that runs through Queens, this 3.5-mile stretch of rail line (former LIRR Rockaway Beach Branch) has sat decaying for nearly 60 years, where illegal drugs and dumping cause severe safety and environmental issues to nearby residents.  How can we...

Lessons for NYC in Energy Resilience from Texas

In February, Texas experienced an unprecedented strain on its energy system, with sub-freezing temperatures combined with ‘rotating blackouts’ leaving millions of Texans of all ages stuck without electricity in dangerously cold conditions This catastrophe can show...
MTA Pollution in New York City

MTA Pollution in New York City

Public transportation systems bring many benefits to the urban community – from reducing air pollution and traffic congestion to increasing fuel efficiency and mobility. By 2017, there were metros in 178 cities in 56 countries, carrying approximately 168 million...
Officially on the the ballot

Officially on the the ballot

We filed more than 1,600 petition signatures from across the district to qualify for the city council primary election ballot. pic.twitter.com/tlofPAi7PB — Kaled Alamarie for City Council (@KaledAlamarie) March 25,...
Why I am running?

Why I am running?

My fellow New Yorkers in District 32,   I am running for New York City Council because I recognize that there is a need for new leadership that has developed from within our community. Career politicians that have enjoyed decades of political appointments lack...
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