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Tuesday, June 30, 2009

Bronx News Roundup for June 30

Re-Fab, a company that seeks to turn discarded wood and construction materials into furniture for sale, might open up shop in the South Bronx.

According to the Daily News, Assemblyman Carl Heastie is feeling betrayed over the choice of former Assemblyman Luis Diaz as the new Bronx County Clerk.

Eldin Villafane, adviser to former Borough President Adolfo Carrion Jr, has some suggestions for current president Ruben Diaz.

Murders, along with rape, robbery, and burglary, have been steadily declining in the Bronx.

Yesterday, Justice Joseph C. Teresi of the State Supreme Court in Albany, ordered the Senate to convene this morning. Senate Democrats were the first to arrive, and were later followed by the GOP as their planned appeal failed. However the session was short-lived.

51 Students from the Bronx Academy of Letters are taking part in the Farm Institutes first ever residential program on Katama Farm in Massachusetts.


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