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By 1988, Mac, as his proteges affectionately called him, was so renowned for public service that New York's Mayor Edward Koch awarded him the LaGuardia Medal in 1988.
There is no doubt that Funny Cide is New York's horse,'' said The New York Times.
This is a strange way for Americans to live though it should be pointed out that residents of European cities often receive public housing and transportation services equal or superior to New York's.
He will continue to ensure twentysix New York's innovative and creative technology leadership in all its consultation practices.
Kane has extensive experience in the finance and development of complex public/private joint ventures including the long-term lease acquisition of New York's World Trade Center complex; the development of the air rights over the 26-acre MTA rail yards on Manhattan's west side, including the proposed new stadium for the New York Jets; and the development and securitized financing of Brooklyn Renaissance Plaza and the Marriott at the Brooklyn Bridge, a million square foot office and hotel complex in downtown Brooklyn.
Gosin has been honored by the Public Education Association as a distinguished graduate of New York City public schools; Recognized and honored by the New York Junior Tennis League; Honored by the Association for the Help of Retarded Children; Honored by the UJA-Federation of New York; Has received the Real Estate Board of New York's "Most Ingenious Deal of the Year" award on two separate occasions; was honored by The High School of Economics and Finance for his efforts and contributions to its library; Received the Ernst & Young "Entrepreneur of the Year" award in 2002; Was honored by Northern Westchester Hospital as "2001 Man of the Year"; and was honored by the Parker Jewish Geriatric Facility for his work on its behalf.
Auburn Associates, breaks fresh ground by defining New York's creative economy in its entirety - from nonprofit arts and cultural organizations to for-profit creative businesses such as advertising firms, film production companies, and publishers, to the individual creative workers who drive them.
Gilbert noted that although many of New York's largest businesses have enrolled in demand management programs, which will help reduce electricity demand when usage is highest and possibly prevent power outage in the summer of 2003, such programs cannot bridge the city's long-term electric supply gap.
The smart investments that we have made in New York's future as a high-tech leader are clearly paying off and producing major job-creating dividends for our economy.
Lewis Rudin, one of the most renowned, respected and influential leaders in New York's real estate, civic and philanthropic circles for over four decades, died Sept.
NEW YORK -- Thirteen/WNET New York's Multimedia Human Rights Initiative Challenges Students At 15 New York Metropolitan Area High Schools To Become Global Citizens
New York Studios is designed to provide part of the much-needed infrastructure demanded by New York's fast-growing film industry, which has doubled its size in the past decade.
A team of talented sales and marketing processionals - now serving the City - have created the City of New York's first office for licensing, corporate sponsorship, brand management, media management, advertising and marketing.
We've changed New York's business climate and we have the results to prove it.
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