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Thursday, November 20, 2008

Bronx News Roundup Nov. 20

More than a hundred animals are dead after a fire tore through a Morrisania pet shop.

If Hillary Clinton becomes Obama's secretary of state, Bronx Borough President Adolfo Carrion could be in line to replace her as New York's junior senator.

According to the Daily News, State Senator-elect Pedro Espada failed to register his campaign committee or make the proper filings, meaning "it's impossible to tell who financed his campaign and how the money was spent." Espada could be slapped with a fine, but what other penalties he might face (if any) isn't clear.

The Bronx Zoo is going green this winter.

A family in Locust Point (a neighborhood next to the Long Island Sound) have replaced their bungalow with two 18-ton boxes.

The Albert Einstein College of Medicine on Morris Park Avenue has a new logo.

1 comment:

  1. It's kind of sad that Pedro Espada thinks he is above the law and does not have to follow the simple rules like other legislators do. Where did all his get all that money from? I guess we will never know and he will only get slapped with a silly fine. Am I the only one that see something wrong with this????


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