Municipal Government

Planning for the Future in Covid-19 Era
Features, Health and Safety, Municipal Government, New York

Planning for the Future in Covid-19 Era

While rooted firmly in well-established and accepted mathematical theories and formulas, there is always an element of subjectivity when it comes to underwriting claims and future plan projections.  This is the “art” of underwriting and can be an important component of effectively managing your plan.   Having a consultant/broker/actuary (C/B/A) partner that is effective in bringing…

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg an Icon
Features, Health and Safety, Law and Politics, Municipal Government, National

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg an Icon

“Justice Ginsburg is an icon. She leaves behind a legacy as a brilliant, hardworking jurist and a trailblazing feminist; her loss is incalculable. Long before she became notorious, she broke barriers most never even dreamed to approach. Her unfailing sense of justice reminded us of its awesome power, and her unbending sense of duty reminded…

Hunter College Educators, Parents Demand COVID Testing, Ventilation Inspections and Contact Tracing
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Hunter College Educators, Parents Demand COVID Testing, Ventilation Inspections and Contact Tracing

New York, NY – On Wednesday, September 16, angry Hunter College educators rallied outside the campus demanding random COVID-19 testing, room-by-room ventilation inspections and contact tracing. “Why are Hunter Campus Schools students, teachers and staff not entitled to the same safety standards as all other New York City public school students? Are Hunter College and CUNY…

Parents, Teachers Unite Against ‘Super-Spreader’ School Reopenings
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Parents, Teachers Unite Against ‘Super-Spreader’ School Reopenings

New York, NY – The city may have agreed to delay in-person classes for 10 days amid a potential strike from the UFT, but for some parents it’s not enough to ensure the safety of their youngest loved ones. Earlier this month, Tanesha Grant, the former administrator for the Wall of Moms chapter in New…

New COBA President Challenges ‘Revolving Door’ Justice, Poor Response to COVID-19 Crisis
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New COBA President Challenges ‘Revolving Door’ Justice, Poor Response to COVID-19 Crisis

New York, NY – Correction Officers Benevolent Association [COBA] leader Benny Boscio may be two months into his presidency, but he is ready to see some changes to the incarceration system, especially as his members have to currently work through the COVID-19 epidemic. COBA President Benny Boscio. Boscio’s career in corrections spans 21-years and he became a…

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