Mayor Bill de Blasio faced a barrage of questions today over his decision to keep schools open, despite forecasts of up to 14 inches of snow
For the lion’s share of more than 30 minutes of on-topic questioning following a storm update at the city’s Office of Emergency Management headquarter in Brooklyn, the new mayor and his schools chancellor repeatedly tried to explain their call to keep schools open during the sixth major storm in as many weeks. Continue reading “De Blasio Defends Controversial Snow Day Decision”→
Bill de Blasio has yet to say when he will make the move to Gracie Mansion official, but when he does, the mayor will give up one of his signature displays of everyman appeal: shoveling his own sidewalk.
Mayor Bill de Blasio promised today that the city’s response to the latest snow storm will be much better than last time, when Upper East Side residents complained about unplowed streets and the mayor subsequently went to the neighborhood to essentially apologize and vow to redouble his efforts.