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Posted on 05 March 2013 by Community Voice NY

As the City of New York prepares for the upcoming primaries and elections for a new city administration and legislators, voters across the City’s neighborhoods are beginning to focus on emerging options and choices of the newly declared candidates.

Voters will ponder, “Which candidate will best serve the City of New York”?  “Which candidate will best serve my neighborhood”? “Which candidate will best serve my community”?

While City voters may disagree on the performance evaluation of the outgoing elected official and their accomplishments, they all are looking to elect into office candidates who share their vision for the future of their city, neighborhood, and community.  They will try to determine which one of the candidates is best capable of executing and implementing their vision in a very diverse environment such as the City of New York.  Surely, the conclusions of these deliberations will reflect the diversity of the city populace. Notwithstanding the foregoing, we all share the common desire of improving the quality of life in the city.

What defines Quality of Life, and what are the components thereof?

  • Business Opportunities
  • Bigotry
  • City Services: fire, police, sanitation
  • Congestion
  • Corruption
  • Cost of Living
  • Education
  • Employment
  • Government Regulations and Bureaucratic “Red Tape”
  • Health Services
  • Houses of Worship: religious infrastructure
  • Housing
  • Leadership
  • Political Viabilty
  • Pollution: air, noise, water
  • Public Transportation
  • Recreation
  • Shopping
  • Social Services
  • Traffic: pedestrian, vehicular

This blog will serve as an open forum for New York City voters to voice their opinions and views on the how they define Quality of Life; What are their priorities on the menu;  how they evaluate the performance of the outgoing administration and legislators in addressing these matters; and what, and how, they wish the incoming administrators and legislators to address the Quality of Life issues in the City of New York.

CVNY invites the public to contribute news items, and comment on the material, addressing our community needs and values.

All Are Welcome!

  • Boro Park
  • Crown Heights
  • East Side
  • Five Towns
  • Flatbush
  • Kiryas Joel
  • Long Beach
  • Long Island
  • Madison
  • Marine Park
  • Midwood
  • Rockaways
  • Rockland County
  • Sea Gate
  • Catskill Region
  • West Side
  • Williamsburg

4 Comments For This Post

  1. Boro parker Says:

    It is refreshing to see a blog that promises honesty and integrity. I hope you stay with your mission and don’t get corrupted like ALL the other so called news blogs. Good Luck

  2. Anonymous Says:

    I really appreciate this post. I have been looking all over for this! Thank goodness I found it on Bing. You have made my day! Thx again

  3. Community Voice NY Says:

    Please feel free

  4. Community Voice NY Says:

    Sure, please feel free to quote or link to our Blog site.

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