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EDITOR’S NOTE

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THE SUMMER OF 2022 WILL BE REMEMBERED for more than just a few frustrations in New York City: The spike of intakes in public shelters (blamed partly on an influx of asylum-seekers, including those bused from Texas after crossing the border into the U.S.), the botched monkeypox vaccine rollout, the return of polio, the fight over school budget cuts and the debate over congestion pricing exemptions. Fortunately, New Yorkers have a way to vent their frustrations over these unresolved problems: permission to kill the spotted lanternfly. Yes, the invasive pest is back, threatening agriculture and trees, including Ailanthus altissima, known as the “tree of heaven,” which is the same one growing out of the sidewalk in the book “A Tree Grows in Brooklyn.” If there was ever a call to defend the city, then New Yorkers have it from the Parks Department. “If you see a spotted lanternfly, please squish and dispose of this invasive pest,” the department writes on its website. The state Department of Environmental Conservation warns that this insect could “impact New York’s forests as well as the agricultural and tourism industries.” Environmentalists have urged people to kill the bugs since they first arrived in Pennsylvania in 2014 and in New York City six years later. New Yorkers are even finding that it’s fun, killing dozens at a time – yes you can come across that many in one encounter. Now, if we could only stomp out the causes of the city’s frustrations with effective solutions, that would be a real relief.

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CONTENTS FIRST READ … 4 The week that was

MIDTOWN DEBATE … 8

Patel vs. Nadler vs. Maloney LESSONS LEARNED … 10 How progressives plan to do better than they did in June

WALL STREET SEAT … 12 The crowded race for the 10th District

STATEN ISLAND … 18

An uphill battle for Democrats against Rep. Nicole Malliotakis

MANHATTAN POWER 100 … 23

Power brokers in the center of it all New York could lose not just one but two sitting members of Congress in the 12th District.

WINNERS & LOSERS … 66 Who was up and who was down last week


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“I am deeply contemplating taking a busload of New Yorkers to go to Texas and do some good old-fashioned doorknocking.” Texas has created a conflict with New York after instituting a program to bus asylum-seekers from the southern border to New York City.

ASYLUM-SEEKERS ENTER NYC AS SHELTER POPULATIONS SWELL As New York City Mayor Eric Adams and Texas Gov. Greg Abbott have traded a flurry of barbs over the latter’s decision to bus migrants to New

York – some of whom have reportedly been deprived of care or sent against their will – busloads of newcomers have continued to arrive. An estimated 4,000 migrants have made their way to New York City in recent months whether by choice or because they were sent here by the

Texas government. While this has strained capacity at the city’s homeless shelters, the arrival of migrant families has only exacerbated many of the issues that advocates have pointed to. Migrant families are sometimes being split up because they don’t have the proper documentation

– New York City Mayor Eric Adams said in response to whether he’d campaign for Texas Democratic gubernatorial candidate Beto O’Rourke, via the Daily News

QUEENSITES IN EXILE If former President Donald Trump fires his legal team, he’s got a (very available) defender in ex-Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Once an icon in the Democratic Party, Cuomo called the Federal Bureau of Investigation’s search of Trump’s Mar-a-Lago estate into question last week, warning that there must be a legitimate reason for the search to avoid the appearance of pure politics. Luckily for the Department of Justice, Cuomo’s opinion doesn’t hold much sway these days.

“I kind of feel like Clint Eastwood. Go ahead, make my day.” – Texas Gov. Greg Abbott, in response to Adams, via Fox News

to prove they are a unit, and a chief spokesperson for the Department of Homeless Services was reportedly fired for pushing back against alleged lies by her boss about families who were forced to stay overnight in the city’s homeless intake office – a practice that is forbidden under a 2008 court settlement. While there’s still much to be resolved, advocates’ work to urge officials to swiftly address these matters seems to be paying off – the City Council held a special hearing early in the week to look at what’s straining the shelter system and Adams has said he’s hopeful the federal government will offer aid.

TRUMP TAKES THE FIFTH

Four hundred – that’s the number of times Donald Trump invoked his Fifth Amendment right not to answer questions while facing a court-ordered deposition from state Attorney General Letitia James’ team on Aug. 10. During the long-delayed inquiry into what the James’ office alleges is a decadelong pattern of the Trump Organization’s financial misstatements, the former president was grilled for hours about his businesses, property values and his loans. Still, the saga is far from over. James now faces a crucial decision – to sue or to settle with the former president. The deposition came on the heels of a long

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and grueling past couple of days for Trump after the FBI searched his Mar-a-Lago resort as part of an investigation into the handling of classified presidential documents that may have been brought to the Palm Beach home. While many New York Republicans and conservatives alike denounced the search, they found an unexpected ally in former governor, Andrew Cuomo who said the Department of Justice should immediately explain its reasoning or else it’ll be viewed as a political tactic and undermine future credible investigation.

CURBSIDE COMPOSTING DEBUTS IN QUEENS

New York City has long lagged behind other big cities in recycling its swells of organic waste. This isn’t exactly for a lack of trying – the Department of

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Sanitation has struggled to roll out a number of boroughwide composting programs since the ’90s but has reversed course time and time again. Still, city officials hope that a newly announced curbside program that will start out in Queens this October will be its last initiative. The Queens program is anticipated to cost about $2 million and will involve weekly pickups for designated composting bins to all residential buildings in Queens with 10 or more units. Rats no longer being permitted to feast on trash bags overnight is just one benefit the program could provide, according to Department of Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch – it’ll also help eliminate methane emissions as the piles of food scraps and yard waste will be transformed into rich soil.

The New York City Department of Sanitation announced that residential composting is coming to Queens, with weekly pickups set to begin in October.

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NYC’s IT czar answers to monkeypox website failures When New York City Mayor Eric Adams announced a reorganizing of the city’s technology-related offices and agencies at the beginning of his term, he said the overhaul would, in part, “improve the delivery of government services.” But New Yorkers attempting to access monkeypox vaccine appointments last month were met with déjà vu in the form of websites that failed under demand. It was those failures of monkeypox vaccination sign-up websites from outside vendors – as well as problems with other digitally delivered city services, including the Housing Connect website – that prompted City Council Technology Committee Chair Jennifer Gutiérrez to hold an oversight hearing examining the “failures of New York City’s technological response under critical demand.” “As our city continues to invest millions of dollars in the digital transformation of our programs and services, we cannot allow the mistakes of our past to appear again in our future,” Gutiérrez said. As Gutiérrez and Council Member Erik Bottcher questioned administration officials on what went wrong with the deployment of the online tools used to schedule appointments for monkeypox vaccines, Matt Fraser, who heads the new umbrella Office of Technology and Innovation, drew a thick

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The New York City Council holds a 10 a.m. oversight hearing at City Hall on infrastructure challenges in the face of extreme weather.

City & State hosts the Education in New York Summit from 9 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. at the Museum of Jewish Heritage in Manhattan.

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line between the previous and current administration, underlining his office’s focus on improving the oversight and deployment of tech services going forward – not so much remedying existing tech contracts from the previous administration. The city’s contracts with MedRite and Affiliated Physicians – the providers who managed the first two monkeypox sites – are from 2021 and 2020, respectively. “OTI is the city’s tech authority and not the city’s medical authority,” Fraser said. “This vendor had been previously cleared by another administration. Our look at this is that it’s a vendor that’s done similar work in the city for this purpose, and unfortunately, it did not work out this time.” Dr. Torian Easterling, the first deputy commissioner and chief equity officer at the city’s Department of Health, said that MedRite and Affiliated Physicians were both chosen as providers because they were already doing similar vaccine work for the city, including vaccination campaigns in schools and in homes. “This isn’t a vendor that really focuses on scheduling capabilities, and so this was something that we did ask them to do,” Easterling said of MedRite, the first vendor tapped to set up the city’s monkeypox vaccine scheduling. – Annie McDonough

New York City schools Chancellor David Banks will be the keynote speaker, and the first panel will feature state Education Department Commissioner Betty Rosa.

SUNDAY 8/21 The New York City Districting Commission holds a public hearing on the City Council’s draft map from 3:30 p.m. to 7 p.m. at Medgar Evers College in Brooklyn, following hearings in other boroughs.


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JET-SETTER IN CHIEF

GOV. KATHY HOCHUL TAKES FLIGHT IN THE STATE’S PRIVATE JETS AND HELICOPTER. By Eric Holmberg

AFTER MARKETING FIRM Yard compiled data from the Celebrity Jets Twitter account, other Twitter users made jokes about how top celebrity emitter Taylor Swift must’ve taken her private jet to get coffee every morning. Already this year, her plane has been in the air for nearly 23,000 minutes, which is almost 16 days. Given the New York Post’s extensive reporting about jet-setting Gov. Kathy Hochul, how did she compare to the megarich?

Jay-Z had been third on Yard’s list, with 6,981 metric tons of carbon dioxide emissions, but the rapper’s lawyer said the jet in question was owned by the shoe company Puma. Also, Swift’s team said her private jet was loaned out to other people. While the governor isn’t using the state’s planes – two Beechcraft King Air 200s and a Beechcraft King Air 350 – and helicopter – a Sikorsky S-76D – as much as these celebs, her emissions far exceed the average American.

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A Q&A with state Senate candidate

We are often told that it’s our fault that we are struggling, but I realized I was in a situation that wasn’t my fault.

As a first-time political candidate and a longtime community organizer, what pushed you to run? Going into 2021, we had our new DSA electeds that had come into the state Legislature, and I had been asked by one of the folks that had been organizing throughout several of these campaigns about considering running for office. I was like, “Me? No way.” At this point we’d had several campaigns around Tax the Rich, the New York Health Act for all and the public power, where we had put a lot of pressure on several elected officials about supporting some of these

table for deciding the things that affect them? Do we believe that the way rent has been increasing is OK? Do we think the fact that this community has been priced out when it comes to their energy bills is OK? Or the fact that there is a lot of violence and not only gun violence but also the violence of poverty? Or that huge swaths of the community have been made to feel as if they don’t matter because there’s just no one interested in listening to them? I’ve personally experienced the need for more support and investment. The only reason why I can be in a position to run for office is because someone decided

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bills but hadn’t seen a lot of progress. For me, being an organizer has always been something I did to survive. My wife has sickle cell disease, I have two little girls, and my mom had to retire early because of her health condition. It was absolutely required for me to be able to find ways to provide for not only my wife, and my children, but also for so many others. That is actually why I became an organizer because there

just wasn’t enough of what we needed. You’ve previously described yourself as a proud socialist. As you’ve gone about campaigning and bringing about this coalition, how have you bridged the hesitancy or preconceptions some constituents might have when they hear that term? Whenever it comes up I always talk about, do we believe that communities should have a seat at the

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to invest in me. Being the father of two little girls and struggling to provide for them, being a husband of a wife with sickle cell disease who was not getting the care she needed because of a fragmented health care system, having to work multiple jobs, being an Uber driver who received inadequate pay and was forced to work 60-plus hours a week to make ends meet – to me, it was very important to know that all of these things weren’t my fault. We are often told that it’s our fault that we are struggling, but I realized I was in a situation that wasn’t my fault nor is it the fault of so many others who have the same story. – Sahalie Donaldson


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Midtown moment By Sara Dorn

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It was a contrast of experience with Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Jerry Nadler on the left and the promise of new leadership from Suraj Patel, right.

a recent campaign ad. “The No. 1 shareholder in the top four largest gun manufacturers is BlackRock. It is also the largest contributor of PAC money to both of my opponents,” he said. Neither Maloney nor Nadler responded to the attack during the debate. When questioned about the corporate PAC money after the debate, Maloney said, “I’m the only one up there who’s actually done anything for campaign finance reform. … When I was on the City Council, I passed one of the first public financing of campaign laws. At the time it was called one the toughest and best in the nation.” The right-leaning Supreme Court was a significant topic of discussion – and one where Maloney slightly differed from the other two candidates. She said she would support the impeachment of the Supreme Court justices who have been accused of misleading Congress on Roe v. Wade during their confirmation hearings. Nadler, who chairs the House Judiciary Committee and would be tasked with starting the impeachment process, said he did not believe there was enough evidence to do so. Patel concurred. “I have to agree as a fellow attorney with Congressman Nadler that these people were smart enough to dance around perjuring themselves in front of Congress, and therefore, I do not see

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Attorney Suraj Patel argued it was time for new leadership in a debate with Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Jerry Nadler.

HE DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY candidates for the 12th Congressional District faced off in a debate on Aug. 9 where they discussed national issues, including President Joe Biden running for reelection in 2024, the conservative-leaning U.S. Supreme Court, along with local issues like crime and congestion pricing. Ahead of the debate, a new poll also released on Aug. 9 showed longtime Reps. Carolyn Maloney and Jerry Nadler, who were drawn into the same district during New York’s redistricting process this year, in a tight race. The poll found 29% would vote for Nadler, 27% for Maloney, while Suraj Patel had support from 20%. During the debate, hosted by City & State and PIX11, the candidates stuck to their campaign strategies, with Patel, 38, casting himself as a fresh face in politics and Maloney, 76, and Nadler, 75, playing up their records of accomplishments. When asked about a recent article by The Associated Press about new voices in politics, Maloney said: “This is not a time for rookies. This is a time for our best team going forward to combat an extreme Supreme Court.” Patel blamed the members of Congress for failing to codify Roe v. Wade into law prior to the Supreme Court’s decision to overturn it – something Nadler and Maloney blamed on the U.S. Senate, after the legislation in May failed to garner enough support to overcome a GOP-led filibuster. “If the elections give us two more Democratic senators, we’ll have the votes to overcome the filibuster,” Nadler said, adding later in the debate about passing universal gun background checks and assault weapons bans: “I don’t care what Mr. Patel says about a new generation and new thinking. It takes votes to do that.” In another criticism of his opponents, Patel said that both have taken corporate PAC money, something he highlighted in


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“This is not a time for rookies. This is a time for our best team going forward to combat an extreme Supreme Court.” – Rep. Carolyn Maloney

an evidentiary basis for impeaching the Supreme Court justices that lied to us, because they were clever about it,” he said. All of the candidates agreed, however, that more justices should be added to the Supreme Court. In another point of agreement, the candidates all said they would support President Joe Biden if he ran for reelection in 2024. In a previous debate, when a slightly different question about a potential Biden 2024 question was posed to the candidates about if he should run, Maloney repeated her controversial comment that it was unclear if he would. And Nadler said: “It’s too early to say.” Patel called attention to those comments in his opening remarks during Tuesday’s debate. “The rookie on this stage is the only one who didn’t just spend seven days embarrassing themselves by throwing President Biden under the bus for reelection in 2024. I mean, from Tucker Carlson to Sean Hannity, Democrats are being asked about President Biden’s future now thanks to the comments made by the two people on this stage with decades of experience,” he said. On gun control, Nadler and Patel took a firm stance against the Republican narrative that essentially any measure to limit the sale and use of firearms would be a vi-

olation of the Second Amendment, while Maloney played up her push for bipartisan gun legislation that “doesn’t conflict with the Second Amendment.” She added: “I also am proposing gun safety laws that I think I can get through the Senate, that I think I can get bipartisan (support).” Patel retorted: “I imagine Congressman Nadler and I have the same comment, which is that the Second Amendment does not protect an individual’s right to bear arms … and so passing meaningful gun control legislation, in my opinion, does not violate the Second Amendment.” Nadler also seized on Maloney’s comment: “Mr. Patel is right in what he said, but I’ll go further. Contrary to what Ms. Maloney seems to believe, the (National Rifle Association) and the Republicans call any gun legislation a violation of the Second Amendment no matter what it is.” In a shift away from what was once a progressive rallying cry for police reform – and in an apparent appeal to voters concerned about crime – all three candidates said the New York City Police Department should be given more federal funding. Maloney emphasized the need for mental health services to combat crime, pointing to legislation she recently introduced that would expand ac-

cess to mental health services. The bill was named after Michelle Go, who was pushed to her death on the Times Square subway tracks in January by a homeless man with a history of mental health issues. Patel advocated for hiring more detectives. And Nadler boosted his record on passing gun control measures, including an assault weapons ban, in the House. He also said “people have to trust the cops,” while noting his bill, the George Floyd Justice in Policing Act, which would strengthen police accountability measures, passed the House in 2021. On the local issue of the congestion pricing plan to toll drivers south of 60th Street in Manhattan, the candidates agreed there should be an exemption for drivers who live in the congestion pricing zone. And none of the candidates said there should be a delay in the plan, which could take effect as early as next year. In closing, Nadler and Maloney both spotlighted their progressive bona fides, while Patel recalled his childhood in an intergenerational household where he “slept on a one-bedroom floor with my grandparents and parents who immigrated from India with nothing.”

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Progressives double down Lessons learned from a rough June primary? Focus on turnout – not a message shift. By Jeff Coltin

State Senate candidate Kristen Gonzalez with AOC.

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OR MANY PROGRESSIVE challengers hoping to defeat more moderate opponents, the June Democratic primaries were a huge disappointment. Incumbents won the day, from Gov. Kathy Hochul and Lt. Gov. Antonio Delgado on down to Assembly members like Erik Dilan and Michael Benedetto. But that was just round one. Now, the progressive movement in New York City and its suburbs sees the August primaries as an opportunity to win after taking lessons from the June campaigns. But more moderate Democrats and the outside groups supporting them are once again expecting to see the successes they found in the early summer, betting that perceptions of high crime levels will keep voters from choosing candidates who would like to reduce policing budgets. One thing everyone seems to agree on: Turnout will be low. Not backing off After seeing the June results, “there are two pivots we could have taken,” explained Andrea Guinn, communications director to Democratic Socialists of America-backed state Senate candidate Kristen Gonzalez. “One is to neuter ourselves from the DSA and socialist and progressive movement because those campaigns were wrecked by what’s happening with redistricting and massively low turnout.” But the Gonzalez campaign is going with the other option, betting that its progressive messaging of straightforward solutions to complex problems will be popular. “Our problems are really simple. The solutions to them are really simple. Things like simply building renewable energy. The only thing standing in the way are the people at the top with power. That’s a simple and

Sarahana Shrestha was one of the few progressive challengers in the June Assembly primaries to defeat an incumbent.

winning message that people get. We have to lean into it as much as possible. I don’t think the problem is the message at all.” That campaign in particular may have reason to be optimistic, given where Gonzalez is running. State Senate District 59 is an open seat, and she’s facing off – among other candidates – against former New York City Council Member Elizabeth Crowley, a pseudo-incumbent with lots of money and support. But parts of that district in Western Queens and North Brooklyn overlap with Assembly districts that elected DSAaligned Assembly Members Zohran Mamdani and Emily Gallagher in 2020. And in June, Democrats in part of the district picked Working Families Party-backed Juan Ardila to an open Assembly seat, defeating three more moderate opponents, including one who had the support of Queens Democratic Party leadership. That was one of the few bright spots for the progressive movement in June. Of the WFP’s slate of nine Assembly candidates, just two won. The photos standing with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will last a lifetime, but the leftist Congress member’s endorsement didn’t seem to be the game-changer some hoped it would be. The other candidate on WFP’s slate to win their primary was Sarahana Shrestha – who was also the only one of the five nonincumbents supported by DSA to win in June. That was a far cry from 2020, when all five DSA-aligned challengers won their primaries. That cycle secured DSA as a force to be reckoned with in local politics. Surprise wins from Ocasio-Cortez or state Sen. Julia Sala-

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The photos standing with Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez will last a lifetime, but the leftist Congress member’s endorsement wasn’t a gamechanger.

zar in 2018 might have been flukes, but in 2020, the candidates’ more moderate opponents knew what to expect – and still lost. Reasons for hope Shrestha and her team obviously did something right in June, unseating Assembly Member Kevin Cahill in a district including Kingston in the mid-Hudson Valley. All DSA-backed and WFP-endorsed incumbents won reelection too, maintaining progressive seats the movement had already won. The Gonzalez campaign as well as the state Senate campaign of DSA-backed David Alexis have been working closely with the incumbents, as well as Shrestha and her campaign in the aftermath to discuss strategies for messaging, and getting out the vote. Any reason not to despair helps. “Just the fact that Sarahana also unseated a Kevin who has been in office for longer than he needs to be there has been heartening,” joked Alexis campaign manager Devin McManus. Cahill had served since 1992. Alexis is hoping to take down state Sen. Kevin Parker, first elected in 2002. But he’ll need more than just good vibes. State Senate District 21 in Central Brooklyn doesn’t have as much of a record of electing progressives as where Gonzalez is running. So after fewer voters came out in the June primary than predicted – far fewer than in 2018 and 2020, when progressives had more successes – McManus said the Alexis campaign is doubling down getting committed supporters to the polls. “One thing we’ve learned from (June is) that it’s going to be

incredibly important that we make sure that every single person who wants to vote for David knows how to do it,” he told City & State. Like any DSA-supported campaign, that means an army of volunteers knocking on doors. But they’re also trying to have the same volunteer follow up with the same voter to build a relationship. And McManus said supporters are “making sure that voters know just how important their individual vote is, because this is likely to come down to the hundreds of votes, or dozens of votes, based on how low turnout is.” Camille Rivera, a political consultant for campaigns including Melanie D’Arrigo in the 3rd Congressional District on Long Island and in Queens, also said the June results firmed up their strategy. “The low turnout proved more than anything that the base support is very important,” she told City & State. “And if we were going to expand the base of support, we needed to do it early.” Court cases around redistricting also led to the Congressional primaries being pushed back to Aug. 23. Progressive candidate state Sen. Alessandra Biaggi is hoping to follow in the footsteps of Ocasio-Cortez and Rep. Jamaal Bowman by unseating a powerful Democratic incumbent in Rep. Sean Patrick Maloney. And candidates like D’Arrigo, Brittany Ramos DeBarros and Assembly Member Yuh-Line Niou are each positioning themselves as the most progressive candidate in their respective races, with backing from progressive movement leaders and organizations.

Anticipating attacks Candidates running on similar platforms were slammed in attack ads in the June primary, playing off perceptions that New York City is not safe and tying that to progressives support of reducing police budgets to invest in social services and backing of bail laws that keep fewer people in jail pretrial. Candidates like Biaggi have already seen it – the New York City Police Benevolent Association is spending hundreds of thousands of dollars on TV ads saying she “left her community crime-ridden.” “There was a lot of outside money and corporate influence that came in and used that messaging to their advantage,” Rivera said. Progressives running in August have known what to expect. Both Gonzalez’s and Alexis’ campaigns said they have been giving voters a heads up that they might see attack ads and countering the messaging before it even hits their mailboxes. But candidates have also learned – long before the June primaries – that “defund the police” isn’t a successful slogan in most districts. “We have to make sure that we also understand there are middle of the road voters. Voters who understand there’s a social contract and want to be safe,” Rivera said. “Police have to be held accountable for their abuses, but at the same time keep people safe. That’s the messaging that I’ve been recommending to folks.”


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Personality Test Major policy differences won’t separate the candidates in the 10th Congressional District. It could be key endorsements, or the vibes.

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N A CITY full of political prognosticators and professional pollsters, no one is quite ready to predict the winner in the Democratic primary for New York’s 10th Congressional District. The newly drawn district roughly spans downtown Manhattan below 18th Street and stretches into brownstone Brooklyn, Sunset Park and parts of Borough Park. The plurality white and heavily Democratic district contains sizable Asian and Latino populations as well as part of the more conservative Orthodox Jewish community. In an irregular Aug. 23 contest, it’s anybody’s guess as to which Democrat will prevail and – in all likelihood – coast to victory in November’s general election for the open seat. “If we were at Saratoga at the tracks, not only would I not put two bucks on this race, I don’t even think I’d put one buck on this race. I’d look for a 50-cent window,” Democratic strategist Bruce

Gyory told City & State earlier this month. Although the race might not have an odds-on favorite, it does have a pack of half a dozen or so contenders among the 13 candidates who will appear on the ballot – including former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, who dropped out of the race. New York City Council Member Carlina Rivera, a progressive from the Lower East Side who relocated to Kips Bay last year, has consistently polled at the front of the pack. Polling high alongside her has been Yuh-Line Niou, the Assembly member representing lower Manhattan and Chinatown, who has carved out the furthest left spot on the ideological spectrum. Dan Goldman, the Democrats’ counsel in then-President Donald Trump’s first impeachment and Levi Strauss heir, may not have the experience of a local elected official, but he’s flush with cash and has also polled in the top three. Rep. Mondaire

Jones, another contender with more of a national profile than a local one, relocated from his Hudson Valley 17th District to run in the 10th District, and he could be buoyed by his substantial fundraising and status as a sitting member of Congress. Assembly Member Jo Anne Simon, who represents neighborhoods in Brooklyn including Brooklyn Heights and Gowanus, has trailed in the polling but has her fair share of endorsements from local elected officials and political clubs. And there’s former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman, who represented the then-16th District in the 1970s and recently received an endorsement from the Daily News’ editorial board. So far, the leading candidates are largely aligned on important issues for progressive Democratic voters, including codifying abortion rights and passing gun control measures such as banning assault rifles – priorities that face uphill battles in Congress. There have been some exceptions, how-

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ever, including Niou’s expression of support for the Boycott, Divestment, Sanctions movement’s right to protest against Israel. Goldman has also been cast as more moderate in a field of progressives, with other candidates pointing out his ambivalence on “Medicare for All” and criticizing his now walked back comment that he wouldn’t object to a state law banning abortion after a fetus is viable, as long as the mother’s health wasn’t at risk and it wasn’t a case of rape or incest. Still, in the last two weeks of the hard-to-predict race, political experts said it won’t be questions of policy that distinguish the candidates and propel one to victory, but the impact of key endorsements, candidates’ ability to get out the vote and whether voters want a local lawmaker or national Democratic champion to represent them in Congress. The gray elephant in the room Endorsements always play an important role in a low-turnout election in which few, if any, candidates have districtwide

name recognition. “Any endorsement, regardless whether it’s a newspaper or a club or a union is going to matter,” said political consultant Lupe Todd-Medina, who is not working with any of the campaigns. And while endorsements have been flying in all directions – with Rivera garnering perhaps the widest cross section in both Manhattan and Brooklyn – there’s one coveted endorsement that’s still up for grabs. In the 10th District in particular, the backing of The New York Times editorial board could hold immense sway with Democratic voters. “All the mail, all of the lit on the ground, all of the ads on Facebook and Twitter are going to say ‘endorsed by The New York Times.’ Cobble Hill, Brooklyn Heights, Park Slope – it matters,” said Chris Coffey, CEO of Tusk Strategies, of the Times endorsement. “You can argue whether it should matter as much, but it matters a lot.” (Coffey is not working with any of the candidates but did donate $500 to Rivera in June.) Grumble all you want about

the Times being an unofficial king or queenmaker in the race, but the district turned out for Kathryn Garcia in the New York City mayoral primary last year, with its residents largely voting for the former sanitation commissioner whose campaign flew under the radar until the Times announced her as its pick for mayor. In the public polling so far, a large chunk of voters have remained undecided, meaning that every contender – even those with seemingly stronger bases of support and polling relatively higher, including Rivera and Niou and Goldman – needs a boost like one the Times could provide to build bridges to those up-for-grabs voters. Whether a Times endorsement could propel Simon or Holtzman, who so far haven’t polled as well or garnered as many other endorse-

ments, to the front of the pack remains unclear. But it could send Jones and his large campaign war chest back to the top tier – a spot several political consultants said the representative has slipped from despite entering the race with the potential for momentum and name recognition in Westchester. For Rivera, Goldman or Niou, a Times endorsement could be similarly decisive. Holtzman’s endorsement from the Daily News will also give her campaign some momentum, though the newspaper’s backing is not expected to be as influential as the Times’ in this district. When it comes to consolidating a broad range of other endorsements in both Manhattan and Brooklyn from elected officials, labor and other political organizations, Rivera might

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Dan Goldman served as the counsel to House Democrats during the first impeachment proceedings of then-President Donald Trump.


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Assembly Member Yuh-Line Niou, center, has emphasized her record of passing progressive legislation for the past five years in Albany.

New York City Council Member Carlina Rivera, far left, lived in the district for her entire life until she moved to Kips Bay last year.

have the strongest footing. “She’s picked up the most endorsements and made the fewest mistakes,” Gyory said. The council member has the backing of Reps. Nydia Velázquez and Adriano Espaillat as well as the borough presidents of Manhattan and Brooklyn – Mark Levine and Antonio Reynoso. Twenty members of the City Council were listed as Rivera supporters on her website, as was former Council Member Margaret Chin, who represented lower Manhattan and whose backing of Rivera, some experts speculated, could cut into Niou’s base of support among Asian Americans. Labor unions 1199SEIU and Transport Workers Union Local 100 have backed Rivera, as have organizations that include the Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club and the New York League

of Conservation Voters – a potentially important nod for climate-focused voters in this waterfront district. Meanwhile, Niou has locked up the support of major progressive organizations, including the Working Families Party and New York Communities for Change as well as the only endorsement from a citywide official in the race: Public Advocate Jumaane Williams. A local elected or national figure? Voters in the 10th Congressional District who aren’t closely following the endorsements of borough presidents or City Council members, CNN or MSNBC might be where they hear about a candidate running for the open seat. Goldman’s more national profile and his role in the Trump impeachment could win him supporters. “Dan Goldman, his social profile and political profile is very similar to a large number of residents and voters in the West Village or Park Slope,” said John Mollenkopf, a professor of political science and sociology at the CUNY Graduate Center.

Jones, too, as a sitting member of Congress who has been a prevailing voice on voter rights and expanding the U.S. Supreme Court, is running on a more nationally-focused record. Though neither has represented these neighborhoods before – and Goldman has never held elected office – both are flush with cash and running lots of television ads. “There are probably people in the district who tend to be more nationally focused: ‘I want to send someone to Washington who’s going to fight for voting rights and give them hell.’ Those people are probably going to choose between Mondaire and Dan Goldman,” Coffey said. “If you care more about local issues and wanting to be heard and wanting to see your congressperson and know that they’re fighting for local issues, then you may be more likely to choose Carlina or Yuh-Line or Jo Anne Simon.” How many voters will end up voting on that distinction was unclear so far though, Coffey said. But while this role inevitably involves working on more na-

tional issues, some voters will also be looking for a local representative. “Even at the federal level when you’re running, you’ve got to know the local issues. That’s where a Jo Anne Simon, a Yuh-Line, a Carlina – they’re going to do very well because they know the local issues,” Todd-Medina said. Having a local record to run on also gives critics something to pick apart. The 10th District includes waterfront neighborhoods that saw devastating flooding during Superstorm Sandy – and with more recent storms. The project to rebuild East River Park at a higher level and with a flood barrier to protect from future storms has faced energetic pushback from local activists who argued that the plan eliminated crucial green space and could harm air quality during the construction process. Those activists have long targeted Rivera, since she represents the council district where the park is, for her support of the resiliency project. Niou has criticized the way the city handled the project. Niou also faced criticisms of NIMBY-ism for her opposi-


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Assembly Member Jo Anne Simon in a debate talked about her legislative record of helping make life easier for people with disabilities.

more national figures might. “It feels like at least partially – and personality might be the wrong word – but a personality- and background-based race. Who is the profile of the candidate that you want more?” Coffey said. Getting out the vote Political observers can agree about one thing in the 10th Congressional District Democratic primary: Voter turnout is going to be low. Though brownstone Brooklyn’s wealthier and voter-rich enclaves have been identified as a potentially decisive class in the primary, it’s also possible that population is off at vacation homes during the late August primary. New York’s early voting option does increase the likelihood that residents of the district will be around for at least one voting day, however. And absentee ballots – if voters remembered to request one – could also be critical. The district’s Asian and Latino populations are not negligible – roughly 19% and 22%, respectively – but Mollenkopf said that over 80% of voters live in census blocks that are majority or plurality white. “The median will be older, well-educated,

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tion to a proposed development for senior low-income housing that would have been built on the Elizabeth Street Garden site, eliminating much of that area’s green space. Asked about the environment in which more left-leaning progressives have opposed affordable housing developments for not being affordable enough, Niou said community voices have to be prioritized in the effort to create more affordable housing. “I’m always trying to get to ‘yes,’ but I also think that it is really difficult for our communities when they have no input,” Niou told City & State. “There’s nothing wrong with density. We know that density is actually green and amazing and able to help with lowering carbon footprint. But we also have so little green space.” Despite the more noticeable differences between candidates on some of these local policy issues, it’s unclear how many voters are keyed into them and will make their choice based on neighborhood fights. But even if these more niche issues haven’t come to the forefront of the race, the candidates’ profiles as either local elected officials or

Rep. Mondaire Jones recently moved to this district from the northern suburbs, but he’s already an effective legislator in Congress.


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Former Rep. Elizabeth Holtzman helped take down Richard Nixon and has said the same tenacity is needed today to take on Donald Trump.

professional people who are homeowners, who are liberal Democrats and who religiously vote in Democratic primaries,” Mollenkopf predicted of the voters who would turn out for the primary. In the final couple weeks of campaigning, political consultants said candidates should focus on running a robust ground game. “I still believe in the old school, traditional, you’ve got to get your seven, eight touches to the voters,” Todd-Medina said. “I still believe in doing a bit of snail mail, as well as getting out in the subways and shaking hands.” Niou, Holtzman and Goldman all said they would focus on the ground game in the final weeks. Rivera, Jones and Simon did not respond to requests for comment in time for publication. “The big issues right now are making sure that we have the spend going toward our field team and our actual volunteers,” Niou said. “We’re trying to reach the voters in every possible way,” Holtzman said. “Meeting them at farmers markets, on subways, on the streets, in front of grocery stores.” Holtzman added

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“The median will be older, well-educated, professional people who are homeowners, who are liberal Democrats and who religiously vote in Democratic primaries.” – John Mollenkopf, CUNY Graduate Center professor of political science and sociology

that the campaign might use “other forms of media” at the end. “We’re running the most robust and sophisticated ground game in the field to remind voters in every corner of the district that our democracy and fundamental rights are at stake and that Dan has spent his entire career defending both,” Simone Kanter, a spokesperson for the Goldman campaign, said in a statement. Political consultants predicted that Niou – thanks in part to her backing from activist organizations and the Working Families Party – could run a strong ground game, as could Rivera. Goldman and Jones still have fundraising advantages though – Jones reported roughly $2.8 million on hand at the end of June and Goldman reported over $1 million – that can help fund not only mailers and digital ads but late get-out-the-vote efforts. At the end of the day, candidates will likely be competing over a couple of percentage points. “I expect a race in which there is not a 50% winner and there might not even be a 33% winner, but there might be a 26% winner,” Mollenkopf said.


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It’s an uphill battle for SI Democrats Max Rose and Brittany Ramos DeBarros bring two very different visions for how to take back the 11th Congressional District from GOP Rep. Nicole Malliotakis. By Sahalie Donaldson he would first have to get past progressive activist Brittany Ramos DeBarros in the Aug. 23 Democratic primary. Rose has a huge lead in fundraising and has scored some big endorsements. Still, Ramos DeBarros’ campaign shouldn’t be discounted. She’s also an Army veteran and has proven to be an effective fundraiser. She earned the backing from big endorsers like the Working Families Party, Sunrise Movement New York City and a slate of progressive politicians, despite being a first-time candidate. While Rose has pointed to his experience and ability to forge bipartisan solutions, Ramos DeBarros has positioned herself as a fresh political voice better suited to invigorating a diverse base with her progressive policies. Also running is longtime educator Komi Agoda-Koussema, who isn’t expected to have much of an impact on the race. Whoever wins the Democratic primary will likely receive a flurry of national support. New York has been regarded as one of the best opportunities for Democrats to pick up Republican-held seats, which could help the party’s chances of holding its slim nine-member majority in the House. Similar dynamics played out in 2020 when the

Rep. Nicole Malliotakis was the beneficiary of more favorable district lines when they were redrawn for the last time by the special master.

parties poured millions into the race between Rose and Malliotakis. The latter – who had the backing of then-President Donald Trump – ultimately defeated Rose with 53% of the vote after he drew significant backlash for marching alongside anti-racism protesters on Staten Island. Malliotakis faces her own primary challenge this month, which she is likely to easily win against anti-vax activist John Matland. Turnout could prove to be a significant factor in both the Democratic primary and

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S THE AUGUST primary election approaches in the 11th Congressional District, candidates have been laying the groundwork for a competitive general election that’s likely to garner national attention as New York City’s only Republican House member, Rep. Nicole Malliotakis, looks to hold the swing seat. The district, which spans Staten Island and a slice of southern Brooklyn, has been represented by five different members – both Republicans and Democrats – since 2009. This year might not see a change, however. The district still leans red, after a thwarted redistricting attempt that would have included the deep-blue bastions of Sunset Park, Park Slope and Gowanus in Brooklyn. And at this point, every outlet or organization rating which party will win seats in November has pegged Malliotakis as the likely victor. But Malliotakis’ Democratic challengers believe the political winds may be shifting in their favor. Max Rose, a U.S. Army veteran, was elected to this district in 2018 – but lost his seat to Malliotakis two years later. Now, he’s hoping to win back the seat. To do that,


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Brittany Ramos DeBarros is running as a progressive voice in this swing district. Her performance could be a litmus test for the fall.

this fall’s general election. While there are 189,629 active Democrats and 118,864 active Republicans registered in the district, according to the latest state Board of Elections data, 54% of those who voted in the 2020 presidential election cast their ballots for Trump. It’s been a difficult seat to hold – no Democratic member of Congress has won a second term on Staten Island since John Murphy held the seat in the ’60s and ’70s. The district was also the only in New York City to have voted for Trump in both 2016 and 2020.

Still, Richard Flanagan, a political science professor at the College of Staten Island, said it has never been a safe Republican district. While voting margins have tended to fall just shy of 60% for Republicans when Democrats run inexperienced candidates without money, experienced candidates with cash have often been able to make it competitive. As someone who has held the seat – and beat Republican incumbent Dan Donovan to do it – Rose said he has the experience and the endorsements from the Staten Is-

land Democratic Party and the United Federation of Teachers to potentially win. He has even picked up some progressive backers that could have gone for Ramos DeBarros, like New York City Comptroller Brad Lander and Reps. Katie Porter of California and Pramila Jayapal of Washington. Rose also has a major fundraising advantage, with $1.9 million on hand as of June 30, compared to Ramos DeBarros’ $148,000. Malliotakis’ $2.6 million on hand, however, easily outstrips both. Rose has positioned himself as a moderate Democrat, able to forge bipartisan solutions but still fight for issues like stopping gun violence and protecting a woman’s right to choose. Regarding whether his decision to run again was motivated by the redistricting lines originally being drawn in a way that favored Democrats, Rose said the partisan makeup of those boundaries was always secondary to his desire to fight for constituents – many of whom were desperate for “real policymaking that protects their freedoms” and an end to “this vitriol and divisiveness.” While some speculated he might drop out given how difficult the district looked to win, he said it would be


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“cowardly” to hop into a congressional race with better odds, according to the Staten Island Advance. Over the summer, eight different national prognosticators said Malliotakis had the edge, including The Cook Political Report and FiveThirtyEight. “The details and contours of the congressional district are quite frankly irrelevant to me. I am well aware of what prognosticators have said recently about this race and this is not the first time that I have been counted out and underestimated,” Rose told City & State. “We have no problem with that dynamic, and we assure you that we are going to outwork everyone else in this race, and that we are going to win on Election Day.” While Rose and Ramos DeBarros both served in Afghanistan, they left with very different opinions on the war. When she was deployed out of college, she said, she was a “true believer” in the cause, but as time went on she became disillusioned by the violence and the way powerful corporations benefited from the bloodshed. Ramos DeBarros said she had never imagined making the pivot from organizer to congressional candidate. Having grown up relying on church friends for groceries and receiving notices that threatened to kick their family from their home even as her parents worked multiple jobs, she’d

written off electoral politics, feeling nobody in that world cared about people like her. She decided to run after people she worked with in the advocacy space encouraged her to do so. She’s not dissuaded by how her fundraising stacks up against Rose’s, pointing to the fact she’s already outraised progressive Reps. Jamaal Bowman and Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez when they were at this point in their first campaigns. Nor does she feel Rose is the safest choice to take on Malliotakis. She said her path to victory lies in mobilizing Democratic constituents who don’t usually vote in elections because

they don’t feel represented – and by pushing back against the overarching idea that in order to win, Democrats need to chase center-right voters and push their most moderate candidates. “Incumbents have a lot of advantages in primary elections and in general elections and yet Max Rose lost as an incumbent with a 3-to-1 fundraising advantage over Malliotakis in a district that has almost the double the number of Democrats as Republicans in a blue wave year,” Ramos DeBarros said. “Why would we believe that if we do all of that all over again, that we would get a different result?”

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“The details and contours of the congressional district are quite frankly irrelevant to me.” – Democratic candidate and former Rep. Max Rose

Though Flanagan thought Rose was the favorite, the potential for low turnout like in the June primary could introduce an element of uncertainty. If Ramos DeBarros mobilizes enough voters and there’s low turnout across the board, she could have a path to victory. Malliotakis has made some polarizing decisions throughout her first term. For one, she’d tied herself closely to Trump, who was a staunch endorser of her 2020 campaign. Shortly after Malliotakis took office in 2021, she voted against certifying the Arizona and Pennsylvania election results even after the U.S. Capitol was

stormed on Jan. 6. She also voted against Trump’s second impeachment in the wake of the Capitol attack. Still, she’s shown flashes of independence from the Republican Party, especially in recent months, including being one of the few Republicans to vote for the infrastructure package. She’s also voiced some support for new gun regulations and voted to codifying same-sex marriage rights. In an email, Malliotakis said it was crucial that the city’s congressional delegation have at least one Republican member – especially if Republicans end up taking back control of the House in the midterm elections.

“I will be a vocal advocate for our city and for the federal funds we need and deserve, not to mention a voice of reason in a delegation filled with far-left leaning members who would rather score ideological points than reach across the aisle and work with the Republican leadership,” she said. “Unlike others in the delegation, I will fight for common sense legislation that will benefit all New Yorkers and make sure the New York City Police Department has the resources needed to make our streets and subways safe.” As for how the district’s political climate has shifted over the past two years, Malliotakis said “radical policies” like bail reform and the defund the police movement have pushed moderate Democrats and independents “into the ranks of the GOP.” Regardless of who wins the Democratic primary, they will likely face a challenging uphill battle against Malliotakis, according to Flanagan. The political winds may be against Democrats across the country, though if inflation continues to cool and gas prices go down, those headwinds could lessen. “I still think the winds will be at Malliotakis’ back. The question is how strongly are they blowing?” Flanagan said. “The wind at her back may have peaked a month or two ago but I still think it’s going to be there in November.”


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The movers and shakers in New York City’s bustling center of business.

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ANHATTAN HAS A long history as a locus of political power. In the late 1700s, it served as the home of the fledgling United States government, where the Congress of Confederation convened and where George Washington was inaugurated as the nation’s first president. The rise of Wall Street and the opening of the Erie Canal made it a thriving center of commerce and trade. An

interconnected ecosystem of influential industries – finance, law, real estate, media – have helped make the borough an economic engine today. City & State’s Manhattan Power 100 – researched and written in partnership with journalist Aaron Short – identifies the many power brokers in the borough, from elected and appointed officials to business executives and academic leaders to advocates and activists of every stripe.


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candidate, Suraj Patel, showed Nadler and Maloney tied at 31%, with Patel at 25%.

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Mondaire Jones from the Hudson Valley might emerge as the front-runners. Instead, polling indicates that two local Manhattan lawmakers – Assembly Member Yuh-Line Niou and New York City Council Member Carlina Rivera – have the edge, along with Dan Goldman, a Levi Strauss & Co. heir who made his mark as the lead counsel in the first impeachment of then-President Donald Trump. The newly created district, which spans lower Manhattan and portions of northern Brooklyn, has no incumbent, and the winner of the Democratic primary this month is all but guaranteed to take the seat in the November election.

LIZ KRUEGER Rep. Adriano Espaillat

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MEMBER OF CONGRESS As the first formerly undocumented immigrant to serve in Congress, Rep. Adriano Espaillat has played a key role in immigration policy at the national level. In April, he met with President Joe Biden about easing COVID-19 border restrictions and introduced a bill to give undocumented immigrants a pathway to citizenship. But Espaillat wields even more influence back home in his district in northern Manhattan and the Bronx, where he supported Dominican American candidates like George Alvarez, who toppled an incumbent in a Democratic Assembly primary, and is backing challengers against incumbent state Sens. Robert Jackson and Gustavo Rivera.

MEMBERS OF CONGRESS Reps. Jerrold Nadler and Carolyn Maloney are facing off in a marquee battle of true heavyweights. Thanks to new congressional lines drawn by a court-appointed special master, the lawmakers with nearly six decades of combined experience in Congress are competing in a new district that connects Nadler’s Upper West Side with Maloney’s Upper East Side. Nadler, who chairs the Judiciary Committee, played a key role in the first impeachment of thenPresident Donald Trump, while Maloney has used her post as chair of the Oversight and Reform Committee to tackle everything from gun control to census integrity to the fallout from the Jan. 6 attack on the U.S. Capitol. A recent poll commissioned by a third

State Sen. Liz Krueger was a key figure in completing the state’s $220 billion budget – even if it was a week late. The state Senate Finance Committee chair also expedited gun control legislation and authored the Equality Amendment that passed during a special session after the U.S. Supreme Court restricted abortion rights. Krueger, who has been a vocal critic of Gov. Kathy Hochul’s Penn Station megadevelopment project, does support moving Madison Square Garden to another location, which would free up space to overhaul the transportation hub.

4 CARLINA RIVERA, YUH-LINE NIOU & DAN GOLDMAN CONGRESSIONAL CANDIDATES After the new 10th Congressional District lines were finalized, it appeared that former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio, a longtime Brooklynite, or Rep.

5 KATHRYN WYLDE PRESIDENT AND CEO Partnership for New York City Kathryn Wylde has warned that New York is undergoing a “period of profound change” that has led to uncertainty over the future of workplaces and Manhattan’s business districts. Wylde, the head of the influential Partnership for New York City, stressed that if city leaders want workers to return to offices, they must curb crime in subways and streets. She has also credited businessfriendly New York City Mayor Eric Adams with focusing on improving public safety. Wylde anticipates office occupancy to be around 50% by the fall.

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Sharpton's opposition to One45 in Harlem helped halt the development project. The Rev. Al Sharpton

$1.2 billion tax break in the governor’s controversial Penn Station rehabilitation plan. Under the arrangement, Vornado would send payments in lieu of taxes to the state, which would borrow billions of dollars to renovate the transit hub while Vornado builds five new towers in the surrounding area. State lawmakers tried to empower the Public Authorities Control Board to slow the project, but Roth is now on track to begin remaking West Midtown.

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9 MARK LEVINE MANHATTAN BOROUGH PRESIDENT Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine has been New York City’s most persistent proponent of more prevalent COVID-19 testing and stricter indoor mask mandates, even as New York City Mayor Eric Adams scrapped a coronavirus alert system and cut testing sites. The former New York City Council Health Committee chair no doubt experienced déjà vu when he chastised the city’s lax response to the worsening monkeypox crisis and demanded a better appointment system and more doses. Levine is also promoting a bill that would lead to more public restrooms throughout the city.

8 6 AL SHARPTON PRESIDENT National Action Network The Rev. Al Sharpton has used his bully pulpit to speak out against police brutality, including an effort to push law enforcement authorities in Michigan and Arkansas to release more information surrounding police-involved shootings. In recent months, he’s also pressured the White House to put more effort into freeing WNBA star Brittney Griner from Russia. The civil

rights leader's opposition to putting a civil rights museum inside the controversial Harlem development project One45 helped spell its end this spring, but his legacy has been honored in other ways, including a documentary about his life, “Loudmouth.”

7 STEVEN ROTH CEO Vornado Realty Trust Steven Roth, one of Gov. Kathy Hochul’s most prolific campaign donors, scored a

DAMIAN WILLIAMS U.S. ATTORNEY FOR THE SOUTHERN DISTRICT OF NEW YORK Damian Williams became the first Black U.S. attorney for the Southern District of New York after President Joe Biden appointed him to the role a year ago. Unlike his immediate predecessors, Williams has avoided irking the president while leading the indictment of New York’s former lieutenant governor on campaign finance charges and securing the conviction of Ghislaine Maxwell on five felony counts for trafficking teenage girls. Williams also made history when he charged individuals in the first-ever cryptocurrency insider trading case.

10 MICHAEL DOWLING PRESIDENT AND CEO Northwell Health Sandra Lindsay, the Northwell Health nurse who was the first person vaccinated against COVID-19, is a reflection of the health system’s persistence and perseverance for Michael Dowling, who has stressed those values, especially regarding gun control and abortion. Dowling has led the expansion of Northwell’s


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All three were then named to the council’s leadership team, with Council Member Diana Ayala (whose district extends into the Bronx) named deputy speaker, Council Member Keith Powers appointed majority leader and Council Member Gale Brewer getting to chair the Oversight and Investigations Committee.

DIANA AYALA, GALE BREWER & KEITH POWERS NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS Only one New York City Council member gets to be speaker, but for those who do seek the leadership post – and step aside at the right time – there are plenty of plum positions to occupy in the city’s legislative body. This trio of Manhattanites – along with Brooklyn’s Justin Brannan – sought the speakership but ultimately backed City Council Member Adrienne Adams of Queens, who prevailed over another rival backed by New York City Mayor Eric Adams.

Hoylman wants a left-wing judge to replace Janet DiFiore on NY's top court. anniversary, although the last three years of the pandemic have been challenging for the city’s premier public institution of higher education. Matos Rodríguez secured a $1.2 billion funding increase in the state budget and launched a partnership with the New York Jobs CEO Council to prepare 25,000 CUNY students for the workforce. But CUNY’s leaders have also contended with a complaint filed with the U.S. Department of Education for instances of antisemitism on campus.

12 BILL THOMPSON & FÉLIX V. MATOS RODRÍGUEZ CHAIR; CHANCELLOR CUNY This year, Bill Thompson and Félix V. Matos Rodríguez marked CUNY’s 175th

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New York City Council Member Gale Brewer

Earlier this year, state Sen. Brian Kavanagh was facing a high-profile primary challenge from Assembly Member YuhLine Niou. But Niou jumped into an open congressional race instead – and left behind a much clearer path to reelection for Kavanagh. As chair of the state Senate Housing, Construction and Community Development Committee, Kavanagh has been in the middle of key real estate policy fights in a borough where developers hold significant clout. His legislation protecting loft residents was recently signed by the governor.

14 BRAD HOYLMAN STATE SENATOR Brad Hoylman considered running for Congress after district lines were redrawn but ultimately chose to run for reelection. That move pitted the West Side senator against Scott Stringer in the race for state Senate District 47 seat, who initially attempted a comeback before deciding to back Hoylman instead. Hoylman has chastised the Hochul administration for not making the monkeypox vaccine more readily available and wanted the Penn Station redevelopment plan to be paused until more financials could be released. Now, Hoylman is advocating for a left-wing judge to replace Janet DiFiore on the state appellate court.

15 JAMES & MERRYL TISCH PRESIDENT AND CEO; BOARD CHAIR Loews Corp.; SUNY The Upper East Side pair remain among the most powerful of New York’s power couples. Merryl Tisch, who has long been one of the state’s leading educational policymakers, is currently chair of SUNY, the state’s 64-campus public higher education system. James Tisch is chief of the Manhattan-based Loews Corp., a major conglomerate in the hospitality, insurance and packaging sectors. He’s also deeply engaged in New

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outpatient facilities to 870 locations and is investing in solutions to reduce Black maternal mortality rates. Dowling also reached a deal with Google to use its cloud and machine learning technologies to analyze patient data and help clinicians make decisions.

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York City’s civic life, serving as board co-chair for Mount Sinai Health System, on the executive committee of the Partnership for New York City and as chair emeritus of the board for the public television station WNET, among other roles.

Meanwhile, Ross is exploring partnerships to bring a casino to Hudson Yards after the state Legislature approved three new licenses. He’s also donated to the campaigns of Gov. Kathy Hochul and congressional hopeful Dan Goldman.

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Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg

Bloomberg LP Former New York City Mayor Mike Bloomberg quietly embraced Eric Adams in last year’s mayoral race, even hosting a fundraiser on the roof of his philanthropy’s office. Once elected, Adams hired a handful of Bloomberg alums to advise his campaign and sought him out for advice once he won. Bloomberg continued to support the new mayor once he was inaugurated, and his charity kicked in $50 million for summer programming for 25,000 charter school students.

Dickens of Harlem, a moderate incumbent, garnered support from New York City Mayor Eric Adams – as well as former Gov. Andrew Cuomo – on her way to beating Delsenia Glover, a housing activist backed by progressive Rep. Alexandria Ocasio-Cortez. Meanwhile, Assembly Member Deborah Glick of Greenwich Village beat her primary rival, the tech entrepreneur Ryder Kessler, who has pushed for more housing and argued that the Assembly has held up progressive measures on Glick’s watch.

equitable education funding, three terms in the New York City Council and his election to the state Senate, where he has continued to advocate for the school aid increases that he has sought for decades. Jackson, who also chairs the state Senate Civil Service and Pensions Committee, is in a primary fight as he seeks reelection in his northern Manhattan district, with Rep. Adriano Espaillat backing his challenger.

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17 INEZ DICKENS & DEBORAH GLICK ASSEMBLY MEMBERS During the June primary for Assembly seats, these two veteran Democrats – and noteworthy trailblazers in Albany – fended off spirited challenges and ultimately won by sizable margins. Assembly Member Inez

18 ROBERT JACKSON STATE SENATOR State Sen. Robert Jackson has enjoyed a long political career, which included stints as an advocate seeking more

While James Dolan declined Stephen Ross’ pitch to move Madison Square Garden to Hudson Yards amid the Penn Station redevelopment plan, the Related Companies’ owner could have leverage if the plan forces the arena out – as many lawmakers would like to see.

HARVEY EPSTEIN, EDWARD GIBBS, DANIEL O'DONNELL, LINDA ROSENTHAL, REBECCA SEAWRIGHT & AL TAYLOR ASSEMBLY MEMBERS Manhattan has a number of Assembly members who have significant influence in Albany. Assembly Member Daniel O’Donnell of the Upper West Side chairs the Assembly Tourism, Parks, Arts and Sports Development Committee and has been a longtime proponent of criminal justice reform. Another proactive lawmaker from the borough is Assembly Member Linda Rosenthal, who represents parts of the Upper West Side and Hell’s Kitchen. Rosenthal, the chair of the Assembly Social Services Committee, spearheaded legislation targeting past instances of sexual abuse and is also known for her efforts to protect pets. Upper East Side Assembly Member Rebecca Seawright this session championed an equal rights amendment to protect reproductive rights, while her East Side colleague, Assembly Member Harvey Epstein, focuses on solving the housing shortage as chair of the Assembly Retention

Ross could get his way, and a few tax breaks, during the Penn Station redesign.

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22 LUIS MIRANDA JR. FOUNDING PARTNER MirRam Group Last year, Luis Miranda Jr. found himself advising the leading Democratic gubernatorial challenger and the top state attorney general candidate – until state Attorney General Letitia James dropped out of the gubernatorial race, forcing Brooklyn District Attorney Eric Gonzalez to reconsider his plans running for her current position. Miranda, who runs the Latino Victory Fund, urged Gov. Kathy Hochul to replace her disgraced lieutenant governor with a Hispanic leader. Miranda was recently honored by the Woolly Mammoth Theatre Co. for his contribution to the arts.

ALVIN BRAGG MANHATTAN DISTRICT ATTORNEY Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg made history as the first Black person to lead the powerful prosecutor’s office after winning a competitive primary to succeed Cyrus Vance Jr. last year. Shortly after taking office, however, New York City Police Commissioner Keechant Sewell excoriated him for his memo directing staff not to prosecute low-level offenders, and Bragg reversed his policies on robberies. Then, he drew hackles from progressives for declining to pursue fraud charges against former President Donald Trump and his company in February.

to use their influence to shape public policy. Former City Hall official Sid Davidoff said Rep. Tom Suozzi’s negative campaign for governor wasn’t going to help him (he was right) while praising New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ approach to seek advice from his predecessors and hire some of their top talent. Keith Wright, who also serves as Manhattan Democratic Party chair, endorsed Rep. Antonio Delgado for lieutenant governor and called for Republican gubernatorial nominee Rep. Lee Zeldin to be probed for supporting the Jan. 6 U.S. Capitol insurrection.

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FOUNDING PARTNER; DIRECTOR OF STRATEGIC PLANNING Davidoff Hutcher & Citron These veteran, well-connected lobbyists certainly know how

Miranda has pushed to see more Latinos appointed to posts in state government.

PRESIDENT Rubenstein Crisis public relations pro Steve Rubenstein has guided celebrities, media titans and Wall Street bigwigs out of messes of their own making for years. As chair of the Association for a Better New York, Rubenstein has sought to help city leaders fix more intractable problems, some of which developed over decades. Rubenstein backed New York City Mayor Eric

Adams’ “City of Yes” proposal in June to boost growth by building housing and updating zoning rules – assuming the New York City Council goes along with it.

25 SHAUN ABREU, ERIK BOTTCHER, CARMEN DE LA ROSA, KRISTIN RICHARDSON JORDAN, CHRISTOPHER MARTE & JULIE MENIN NEW YORK CITY COUNCIL MEMBERS Manhattan’s new crop of New York City Council members couldn’t be more diverse. Council Member Carmen De La Rosa of northern Manhattan is a noted ally of Rep. Adriano Espaillat, a fellow Dominican American. Yet, she made her own mark promoting worker protection as a member of the Assembly prior to joining the council this year, and she now chairs the council’s Civil Service and Labor Committee. Council Member Julie Menin had a notable record prior to her election as well, having led Manhattan’s Community Board 1 in lower Manhattan

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of Homeownership and Stabilization of Affordable Housing Subcommittee. An Upper Manhattan colleague, Assembly Member Al Taylor, has targeted gun violence, while first-term Assembly Member Edward Gibbs of Harlem has also pursued criminal justice reforms after becoming the first formerly incarcerated person to serve in the state Legislature.

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lobbying the government to influence legislation. Thanks to countless hours of Zoom calls, Suri Kasirer’s lobbying firm hauled in more than $15 million in revenue last year – about $1.3 million more than in 2020 and nearly twice as much as the second-most successful firm. While much of Kasirer’s work went toward helping the restaurant and hotel industry recover lost business, she has also represented South Street Seaport, the Related Companies and One Madison.

Kasirer's lobbying firm isn't slowing down with its more than $15M haul last year. the Adams administration, which undid a de Blasioera requirement disclosing meetings with lobbyists. And Fred Kreizman, Capalino’s former managing director, recently joined the mayor’s office as head of its community affairs unit.

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Greenberg Traurig

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When the law firm Greenberg Traurig was launched in South Florida in the 1960s, its aim was to operate like a clientdriven New York firm – and it was so successful that it became a major firm not only in Florida but also in New York and many other states. Part of its success is recruiting attorneys with significant government experience, including former New York City Council Member Edward C. Wallace, former Assembly Member Jonathan Bing and John Mascialino, who spent several years in key staff positions at City Hall early in his career.

Capalino While old friend former New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio may have finally left the political scene, James Capalino’s lobbying firm continues apace. In de Blasio’s last year in office as mayor, Capalino’s eponymous firm gathered about $8 million in revenue – down about $2 million from the previous year. But business with the city is sure to pick up under Kasirer Founder and President Suri Kasirer

28 EMILY GISKE & VIOLET MOSS SENIOR PARTNER; PARTNER Bolton-St. Johns Emily Giske is a powerhouse lobbyist in New York City and in Albany, having helped position Bolton-St. Johns as the third-ranked government affairs firm by lobbying revenue at the city and state level. She’s also known for her long history of advocating for LGBTQ rights and electing more women in the state Legislature. Another key partner at the firm is Violet Moss, who joined Bolton-St. Johns in 2016. She is known for her work with hospitals, nonprofit organizations and academic institutions.

30 JAMES WHELAN PRESIDENT Real Estate Board of New York New York’s real estate lobby didn’t get what it wanted in Albany this year when lawmakers spurned developers and the governor over including a controversial tax abatement and failed to renew the affordable housing tax break before it expired

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following the 9/11 terrorist attacks, then running two city agencies and boosting census turnout for the de Blasio administration. Council Member Erik Bottcher was a trusted aide to then-New York City Council Speaker Corey Johnson before assuming his old boss’ midtown Manhattan seat. Another Espaillat protege is Council Member Shaun Abreu, who represents a northern Manhattan district. Outside the political establishment, Council Member Kristin Richardson Jordan is a socialist who has sharply criticized the New York City Police Department and successfully blocked a proposed rezoning that she said wasn’t suitable for her Harlem community. And Council Member Christopher Marte built on his grassroots activism to secure his seat in lower Manhattan.

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Mount Sinai Health System salutes Kenneth L. Davis, MD, for his inclusion in City & State New York’s Manhattan Power 100 Kenneth L. Davis, MD President and Chief Executive Officer Mount Sinai Health System

The Mount Sinai Health System is proud of this recognition of Dr. Davis, and thanks him for his continued dedication, vision, and leadership.

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Speyer's company has benefited from the flight to quality office space. CEO, while he stayed on as its chair. The company is now moving forward with 5 World Trade Center, while continuing to seek an anchor tenant for 2 World Trade Center, which would complete the rebuilding project. Silverstein has also donated the maximum amount to Gov. Kathy Hochul’s gubernatorial campaign.

for LGBTQ services. Maybe he’ll even invite him to his next birthday party.

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searching for buildings with amenities to lure remote workers. Since last year, Tishman Speyer’s 65-story tower in Hudson Yards has added new headquarters for HSBC bank, and the Turner Construction Co., a NewYorkPresbyterian spinal outpatient center, and a new restaurant. But Speyer isn’t resting on his laurels. This year, Tishman Speyer secured $100 million for its Proptech venture capital fund and partnered with Axis Asset Management to invest and develop in commercial real estate properties in India. He’s also co-chair of the Partnership for New York City.

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Silverstein Properties

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The real estate developer Larry Silverstein has long been synonymous with the rebuilding of the World Trade Center in the wake of the 9/11 terrorist attacks in lower Manhattan. In 2014, Silverstein promoted Marty Burger to lead Silverstein Properties as

Tishman Speyer Office vacancies continue to bedevil Midtown, but Rob Speyer’s real estate company has benefited from the flight to quality that has tenants

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33 ALLEN ROSKOFF PRESIDENT Jim Owles Liberal Democratic Club Allen Roskoff was so upset with New York City Mayor Eric Adams for appointing two high-ranking officials with a history of homophobic stances that he held a rally at City Hall with other LGBTQ activists and then refused to invite the mayor to his birthday party at Zero Bond. The veteran gay rights activist has also led a campaign to remove former New York City Mayor Ed Koch’s name from the 59th Street Bridge after The New York Times detailed Koch’s betrayal of the gay community. As for the current mayor, Roskoff recently praised Adams for directing $7 million

As companies shrunk their Manhattan offices during the pandemic, Google expanded its footprint last year by buying the entire St. John’s Terminal campus for $2.1 billion – the highest price paid for a single office building in the country since the beginning of the pandemic. That’s good news for William Floyd, who has coordinated Google’s work sending COVID-19 exposure notifications to users in nearly 20 states. By the middle of next year, Floyd and about 12,000 of his co-workers could be back in the office and revitalizing Hudson Square.

35 STEPHEN SCHWARZMAN CEO Blackstone Stephen Schwarzman, the Blackstone chief, had a very good year in 2021 when he took home $1.1 billion, and his fortune reached $26.8 billion. Now, Schwarzman is carefully monitoring Democratic negotiations in Congress that could eliminate the carried interest tax break, a loophole that reportedly netted him

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in June. Yet James Whelan, knowing he’ll need their help in reviving an incentive to spur development, still welcomed scores of lawmakers to REBNY’s annual gala a few days later. Whelan blames the city’s housing shortage on a lack of new construction and flawed rent control policies.


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Leading the Conservancy’s efforts to keep Central Park a respite for all, with expert care, major restoration projects, and public programs that serve New Yorkers 365 days a year.


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city reduce small business fines and provide commercial rent relief for storefronts. The chamber received an $800,000 grant from Rep. Carolyn Maloney to track vacancies while the mayor unveiled a plan to update zoning regulations and invest $1.5 million into a small business resource network partnering with the chamber.

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PRESIDENT AND CEO

JESSICA LAPPIN

Manhattan Chamber of Commerce

PRESIDENT

Jessica Walker won’t let policymakers forget that restaurants are still employing 54,000 fewer workers than in February 2020, and 1 in 3 Manhattan storefronts are vacant. Walker demanded the Alliance for Downtown New York President Jessica Lappin

shuttered and the private sector workforce shrunk to 221,000 by last fall. But Jessica Lappin has grown more optimistic thanks to the return of office workers and tourists to downtown neighborhoods. This summer, Lappin celebrated discount retailer Century 21’s reopening after its bankruptcy and the return of the Dine Around Downtown Community Food Festival after a two-year hiatus.

of classrooms and faculty office space. Bollinger isn’t straying too far from Columbia though – he secured a new apartment on Central Park West.

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The COVID-19 pandemic wiped away the hard-won gains lower Manhattan realized since the 9/11 attacks as more than 350 retailers

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38 LEE BOLLINGER PRESIDENT Columbia University After 20 years at the helm of Columbia University, Lee Bollinger announced in April that he would step down at the end of the upcoming school year. During his tenure, Bollinger raised over $13 billion for the Ivy League school and oversaw the university’s largest expansion in a century, converting 17 acres of industrial property in Manhattanville into a new business school with more than 450,000 square feet

New York University New York University will also welcome a new president next year, after Andrew Hamilton announced in the spring that he would leave the post on June 30, 2023 and return to teaching chemistry. Since he joined the school six years ago, Hamilton has brought in nearly $4 billion and made the university more accessible to students who require financial aid. NYU now meets 100% of undergraduate students’ financial needs, and the university’s vaunted medical school was made tuitionfree. This spring, Hamilton appointed new deans of the School of Law, the School of Global Public Health and the Gallatin School of Individualized Study.

Bollinger plans to step down next year after 20 years at Columbia University.

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about $150 million last year. Schwarzman has already given $20 million to House and U.S. Senate Republican super PACs this year – but his largesse has attracted demonstrators who created a scene outside his Hamptons home in July, demanding higher taxes on the rich.

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Currently, the health system is collaborating with Cornell Tech to use artificial intelligence and machine learning to help cardiovascular patients.

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41 WELLINGTON CHEN EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR Chinatown Partnership Manhattan’s Chinatown was among the first to suffer from pandemic shutdowns and the last to recover – some two years after the city’s first wave of COVID-19. Wellington Chen has guided the neighborhood’s small businesses through the

Chinatown Partnership Executive Director Wellington Chen

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crisis while making the area more livable for its residents by securing a $20 million grant to redesign public spaces, awarding funding for revitalization projects and turning Doyers Street into a car-free zone. Chen is also pressuring sanitation workers to solve Chinatown’s trash problems, which have worsened in recent months.

the nation while its medical school named after Dr. Robert Grossman ranked second in the nation for research. Grossman said the rankings reflected NYU’s “standard of care” across all its hospitals and its highquality faculty. He received some blowback for recruiting an MIT biologist accused of sexual misconduct, but ultimately did not hire that person.

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PRESIDENT AND CEO

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NewYork-Presbyterian

The NYU health system reached a milestone this year when it was rated the top hospital in the state and the third-best medical center in

The pandemic was a seismic event that Dr. Steve Corwin said stretched NewYorkPresbyterian’s staff and resources to the brink. Once the worst was over, the hospital rebuilt its intensive care unit capacity and restocked COVID-19 tests and personal protective equipment to handle future surges. Once vaccines became widely available, Corwin required his employees to get vaccinated, which health care unions opposed.

CEO Mount Sinai Health System Dr. Kenneth Davis steered the Mount Sinai Health System through the pandemic so effectively that its board of trustees extended his role as CEO through 2024. Under Davis’ watch, the medical center scored several impressive U.S. News & World Report rankings in its geriatrics, cardiology and neurology departments while launching a $2 billion capital campaign that included a $60 million pledge from the Tisch family to construct a state-ofthe-art cancer center. Davis has also ensured Mount Sinai remains a leader in providing care for transgender and nonbinary individuals.

45 JENNIFER RAAB PRESIDENT Hunter College During her tenure, Jennifer Raab has changed Hunter College’s open admissions policy into a highly selective process that precipitated a rise through the college rankings while maintaining one of the most diverse undergraduate bodies in the country. Raab

Raab has scored $335M in private fundraising for Hunter College.

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Marianne Lake, who oversees JPMorgan Chase’s payments, lending and commerce divisions, could be in line for the top job at the Wall Street bank when Jamie Dimon retires. Under Lake’s leadership, the bank has improved customer experiences and satisfaction. Lake is also behind the launch of a new travel rewards program for members and estimates that JPMorgan Chase will exceed $10 billion in travel volume on its new platform next year.


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and all of the honorees recognized on City & State’s Manhattan Power 100 list. Since 1919, our university has been a powerful force of new in the world. Through innovative curricula, creative problem solving, and theory that leads to action, our community strives to create a more just and better-designed world.


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homelessness and backed a council bill that would make more mental health workers available in shelters. Adams proposed a $171 million investment in homeless services and launched a homeless assistance fund.

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The former ambassador and philanthropist regularly makes headlines as head of the World Jewish Congress, proposing creative ways for the Biden administration to solve the Israeli-Palestinian conflict and denouncing antisemitic incidents in Israel, Germany and the United States. Ronald Lauder is also an active participant in New York’s political sphere, whether it’s spending millions of dollars to block state constitutional amendments, opposing lawmakers who supported criminal justice reforms or defending the city’s gifted and talented program.

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billion in order to finance a dramatic increase in grantmaking. The bet paid off, as the Ford Foundation was able to distribute about 10% of its total endowment over a two-year period, providing much-needed support to smaller nonprofits.

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STACY LYNCH Stacy Lynch has politics in her blood. The former New York City Council candidate and daughter of late political consultant Bill Lynch served as deputy director of intergovernmental affairs under then-New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio before leaving to work as chief of staff for then-Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin a year ago. When her boss resigned in April following an indictment for alleged fraud, Lynch remained in the administration, and in July, Gov. Kathy Hochul promoted her to become her chief of staff in July.

Karp's firm has taken a leading role staffing an abortion access hotline.

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DARREN WALKER

Paul Weiss

PRESIDENT Ford Foundation Even though the Ford Foundation has one of the world’s largest endowments for a charity at $16 billion, Darren Walker has argued that philanthropies should focus on the causes of inequality in communities. During the pandemic, Walker decided to borrow an additional $1 Win President and CEO Christine Quinn

Brad Karp leads Paul Weiss, the biggest and among the most prestigious law firms in New York City. The accomplished corporate attorney, whose firm expects to exceed $6 million in profit per partner, is mulling whether to retire next year. On his watch, the firm has been civically engaged, launching a civil rights and racial equity audit practice, taking a leading role on state Attorney General Letitia James’ abortion access legal hotline and calling on city and state leaders to spur an economic recovery in the wake of the COVID-19 pandemic.

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While Christine Quinn may not be the best tweeter, the former New York City Council speaker is a leading advocate for unhoused New Yorkers. As head of the city’s largest family shelter and supportive housing provider, Quinn chided New York City Mayor Eric Adams for clearing homeless encampments. She also urged the mayor to spend $3.3 billion on family

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Davis Polk Neil Barr was elected managing partner of Davis Polk in 2019, taking the helm of one of Manhattan’s largest and most reputable law firms. Barr, a corporate attorney, is also a member of the executive committee of

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has scored $335 million in private fundraising for Hunter, renovated Roosevelt House and last year brought in longtime Democratic political operative Basil Smikle as director of its public policy program. A stalled nursing and science college project and a campus susceptible to flooding are among Raab’s current challenges.

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As president and CEO, he continues to lead New Yorkers forward and create meaningful change for all. Congratulations to all the honorees on their important contributions.

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City Mayor Eric Adams for the announcement of a quarter billion dollars of settlement funds devoted to combating opioid abuse. At the 338-bed NYC Health + Hospitals/ Metropolitan in East Harlem, Cristina Contreras has been at the helm for a year and a half after holding several other leadership roles with the city’s safety net hospital system. While it’s not as old as Bellevue, the hospital has a partnership with New York Medical College dating back to its founding in 1875. NYC Health + Hospitals/ Metropolitan CEO Cristina Contreras

CO-MANAGING PARTNERS Kramer Levin Kramer Levin has similarities with many law firms – it’s headquartered in Manhattan, has offices across the country and overseas, and represents businesses in a range of legal matters, from banking and insurance to bankruptcy and restructuring. The firm, led by white-collar defense attorney Paul Schoeman and mergers and acquisitions expert Howard Spilko, is also known for its high-profile role in political and policy matters, whether it’s working on major land use proposals in Manhattan or representing the likes of then-New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio or former Lt. Gov. Brian Benjamin.

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53 WILLIAM HICKS & CRISTINA CONTRERAS CEOS NYC Health + Hospitals/ Bellevue; NYC Health + Hospitals/Metropolitan William Hicks’ experience guiding NYC Health + Hospitals/Bellevue as it treated New York’s first Ebola patient no doubt came in handy as the East Side hospital handled an influx of COVID-19 patients over the past few years. Hicks was promoted in 2016 to lead the 912-bed hospital, which is the oldest in the country, dating back to 1736. In April, Hicks joined state Attorney General Letitia James and New York

Since Dr. Sanjiv Shah joined MetroPlusHealth as its chief medical officer three years ago, protecting the city’s most vulnerable residents from COVID-19 infection has taken up most of his time. Late last year, Shah warned New Yorkers that unvaccinated individuals should not travel for the holidays while omicron was rapidly spreading. He also participated in state consortiums on how to address long COVID-19. In addition to his work on combating COVID-19, Shah led surveys that revealed Asian American and Pacific Islander women in New York City have less access to mental health resources than other women.

55 TONY MARX PRESIDENT AND CEO New York Public Library The New York Public Library, which is the largest such system in the country, has

56 CAMILLE JOSEPH-GOLDMAN & RODNEY CAPEL GROUP VICE PRESIDENT; VICE PRESIDENT OF STATE GOVERNMENT AFFAIRS Charter Communications In New York City, the only must-see local political show is “Inside City Hall” with Errol Louis. In Albany, it’s Susan Arbetter’s “Capital Tonight.” Both shows are brought to subscribers by the telecommunications company Charter Communications and its Spectrum brand. Camille Joseph-Goldman, who previously worked in several city and state government offices, now drives the company's government affairs efforts in New York and other New England states. Her colleague Rodney Capel had a similarly extensive career in city and state government before joining the Charter team five years ago.

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the Partnership for New York City, an influential business advocacy group. Earlier this year, the firm was set to ask attorneys to return to the office in person at least three days a week.

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been led for over a decade by Tony Marx, the former president of Amherst College. And Marx’s library system, which has 88 neighborhood libraries in Manhattan, the Bronx and Staten Island (Brooklyn and Queens have their own library systems), does a lot more than lend books, whether it’s English classes and after-school programs, world-class research archives or spaces to cool off. Marx has also pushed back against book bans and last fall eliminated late fees.


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to handle Citi’s response to the pandemic and the war in Ukraine. Edward Skyler ensured medical workers had access to short-term bike rental memberships during the pandemic and expedited Citigroup’s exit from its consumer banking business in Russia. Skyler hasn’t been afraid to nudge the financial institution into taking political stances. Last year, Citi opposed a controversial Georgia voting law and became the first Wall Street bank to undergo a racial audit to determine how it contributes to discrimination.

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Advance New York City to distribute $2,250 gift cards to families affected by a deadly Bronx fire. The next month, he and other business leaders met with New York City Mayor Eric Adams to discuss expanding youth employment and improving public safety. By June, Tavarez had been invited to join the mayor and governor’s blue-ribbon “New” New York panel to help develop strategies for the city’s economic recovery.

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Seven months after Jose Tavarez received a welldeserved promotion from Bank of America, he worked with the Mayor’s Fund to

For a brief period, until Robert Durst died earlier this year, the Dursts’ family drama nearly overshadowed their real estate work, but Douglas Durst has pushed forward to ensure his family’s legacy continues to be intertwined with lower Manhattan and Midtown’s recovery. Durst called Condé Nast’s bluff over leaving One World Trade Center and won four months of back rent, then signed a new lease with Chicago Trading Co. for the last two empty floors of the old 4 Times Square.

The former New York City deputy mayor has drawn on his expertise in handling crises

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Tavarez worked with NYC to provide aid to the families affected by the Bronx fire.

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Grand Central Partnership The pandemic emptied out Midtown so thoroughly that nearly 30% of retail stores around Grand Central Terminal were vacant last summer – and a record 17.4% of Manhattan offices remained empty in February. That prompted Alfred C. Cerullo III to take a more active role in shaping the city’s resiliency by joining the “New” New York panel. Cerullo has plans

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When Gov. Kathy Hochul made the poorly vetted decision in August 2021 to choose Brian Benjamin as her lieutenant governor, his vacant state Senate seat provided an opportunity for Cordell Cleare. Manhattan Democrats picked her as the nominee in September, and Cleare won the special election in a landslide. In Albany, Cleare opposed legislative efforts to change Raise the Age and bail reform laws while pushing for expanded abortion access for low-income New Yorkers. Now she’s running for reelection with an endorsement from the Working Families Party.


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to make Midtown more pedestrian-friendly and diverse with new restaurants and stores. He also sits on the City Planning Commission.

director of the Taskforce on Racial Inclusion & Equity. Working with Wright, Bonilla helped unlock $4.2 billion in backlogged city contracts for nonprofit providers toward the end of July.

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ROB BYRNES PRESIDENT East Midtown Partnership So few people were in East Midtown last year that Rob Byrnes waited in line for under two minutes at a fast-casual restaurant. The neighborhood still has the most retail vacancies in Manhattan while the dearth of tourists has stalled its pandemic recovery. This spring, Byrnes’ group joined several Manhattan business improvement districts to push for quality-of-life changes and better services for homeless people living on the street. Hotel bookings and foot traffic have crept upward, while Byrnes commended the governor’s call for people to return to work.

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the museum and support from the city to restore its 1885 ship “Wavertree.” Now, the museum is expected to receive $40 million from the Howard Hughes Corp. to create an endowment and $10 million from the city for capital projects, which could include the restoration of a memorial lighthouse dedicated to victims of the Titanic sinking and a model of the ocean liner Queen Mary. At least the Pioneer sailboat is ready to take kids out sailing.

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Grace Bonilla had big shoes to fill after former United Way President and CEO Sheena Wright accepted a role in the Adams administration as deputy mayor of strategic initiatives. But Bonilla, who officially took over the charity’s top job at the end of July, has been able to draw from her experiences leading the city’s Human Resources Administration and more recently as founding executive

The media mogul, known for helping create the nation’s modern media landscape, added another property to his portfolio when he bought magazine publisher Meredith Corp. for $2.7 billion in October. But Barry Diller had his eye on another landscape when he opened a $260 million park in the Hudson River to replace Pier 54. So far, the park known as Little Island has received largely positive reviews, and

Stroock

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Robert Abrams isn’t as active in state politics as he was when he was state attorney general, although he had high praise for state Attorney General Letitia James for showing “a lot of guts” standing up to then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo. Abrams also helped repair relations between the Jewish

When Superstrom Sandy flooded the South Street Seaport Museum and caused $20 million in damages, Jonathan Boulware secured a $10 million grant to restore

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JONATHAN BOULWARE South Street Seaport Museum

and Mormon communities over improper baptisms of Holocaust victims and got the Commission of Religious Leaders of New York to include The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints. Meanwhile, his firm recently acquired attorneys from bankruptcy firm Luskin, Stern & Eisler after losing its restructuring team to a larger firm.

The pandemic’s supply chain struggles and the threat of a recession have not dampened the outlook for Hearst, which brought in $11.5 billion in revenue last year. Steven Swartz won’t slow hiring at the media conglomerate, which just celebrated its 135th anniversary this year and recently expanded into the automotive space by acquiring the classic car sales platform Bring a Trailer. This summer, Swartz worked with New York City and the Partnership for New York City, which he cochairs, to launch an $8 million Homeless Assistance Fund to help Breaking Ground expand its outreach services.


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Diller said it “turned out far better than I had hoped.” There was even a music and dance festival at the site in July.

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Fontas Advisors George Fontas understands the mood of the New York City electorate better than virtually anyone out there. Last year, Fontas declared that the increasingly tight mayor’s race had no frontrunner, foreshadowing New Yorkers’ shifting tastes. This year, he found that 6 in 10 New Yorkers believed their families would have a better future if they left the city – a belief that Fontas attributed to their dissatisfaction with public safety. Fontas also worked with real estate groups to lobby state lawmakers to oppose good-cause eviction.

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cap on the number of charter schools in the city, thanks to continued opposition from many Democratic lawmakers in Albany – so it’s no surprise that charter schools proponent Eva Moskowitz is pushing for City Hall to gain more independence over its schools. Moskowitz has found support elsewhere, as she recently received a $100 million donation from former New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg to build a South Bronx charter school.

71 DWIGHT MCBRIDE PRESIDENT The New School Dwight McBride arrived at The New School in March 2020 to get an early start on running the progressive university but soon found himself locked down and conducting meetings via Zoom like most New Yorkers. When McBride was finally formally welcomed to the university 18 months later, he shared his vision to make the school a leader for social justice and equity in education. This year, its Parsons School of Design was named the best design school in the country for the fifth year in a row.

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EVA MOSKOWITZ

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Success Academy Charter Schools

The former Manhattan borough president embarked on a second career advocating on behalf of Black people living with HIV/AIDS. This year, C. Virginia Fields’ organization, now called Black Health, is celebrating its 35th anniversary as the city continues to focus

On the campaign trail last year, then-New York City mayoral candidate Eric Adams pledged his support for charter schools. But that hasn’t translated into a higher

on health care disparities. Fields has served on then-New York City Mayor-elect Eric Adams’ health transition committee, Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine’s transition committee and the NYC Health + Hospitals’ community advisory board.

73 SETH PINSKY CEO 92NY Seth Pinsky had little time to learn the ropes at the 92nd Street Y when the pandemic forced the venerable arts organization to shutter its live events and rethink its programming mission. The Bloomberg administration alum drew on his real estate expertise to help the institution undergo a $200 million

renovation while shifting its programs online, which garnered nearly 6 million views. In May, Pinsky launched a rebrand with the new 92NY name and added a new online adult education platform with live interactive courses.

74 ROBERT RODRIGUEZ SECRETARY OF STATE Gov. Kathy Hochul picked the former Manhattan Assembly member to join her team in November, making Robert Rodriguez the state’s highestranking Latino leader. With text and phone scams on the rise, Rodriguez has taken it upon himself to warn New Yorkers about phishing scams based on fake bank fraud alerts and identity theft scams that target members of the military. The consumer

Pinsky has led a rebranding effort at 92NY and added online interactive classes.


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advocate has also provided tips to airline travelers grappling with delays and cancellations and offered guidance to parents coping with the national baby formula shortage.

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Hochul turned to Velez for a spot on the MTA board during a funding crisis. grew rich by refining the oil that has contributed to the world’s climate crisis. That’s given the philanthropic leader an even greater incentive to prioritize reversing the effects of global warming by divesting its endowment from fossil fuels and partnering with other nonprofits to speed up the adoption of renewable energy. Shah has also called for debt relief and aid to poorer nations amid the hunger crisis driven by Russia’s war with Ukraine and the prolonged pandemic.

75 ELIZABETH SMITH PRESIDENT AND CEO Central Park Conservancy Elizabeth Smith’s positive COVID-19 test in March 2020 alarmed New York decisionmakers, who shut down the city a few days later. Smith recovered and went back to making Central Park an oasis throughout the coronavirus pandemic. This year, she launched a partnership with the Yale School of the Environment to study climate change’s impact on the city. Smith also hosted the conservancy’s 40th annual “Hat Luncheon” this year, which raised $3.9 million.

76 RAJIV SHAH PRESIDENT The Rockefeller Foundation Dr. Rajiv Shah knows it’s ironic that his foundation’s founder

77 ELIZABETH VELEZ PRESIDENT Velez Organization

Central Park Conservancy President and CEO Elizabeth Smith

When Gov. Kathy Hochul needed someone to join the Metropolitan Transportation Authority board during a funding crisis, she turned to Elizabeth Velez. The construction industry leader’s experience as the chair of the New York Building Congress and serving on pandemic recovery and Hurricane Maria rebuilding committees made her a shooin to help the beleaguered agency, which is facing a fiscal cliff as riders have not returned to the subways and

commuter rail lines. In July, Velez joined a six-member panel to determine the city’s congestion pricing tolls.

78 KATRINA ARMSTRONG CEO Columbia University Irving Medical Center Dr. Katrina Armstrong’s two decades of research in cancer care, risk and prevention, and racial inequities in testing and treatment made her a compelling choice to lead Columbia’s medical center when its previous leader stepped down after just a year and a half on the job. Since taking over in March, Armstrong has emphasized addressing health disparities among marginalized communities. She has since recognized Columbia medical students for their research and 42 faculty for their clinical care.

79 B.J. JONES PRESIDENT AND CEO Battery Park City Authority Climate change isn’t an abstract threat for B.J. Jones. When Superstorm Sandy struck a decade ago, residents in Battery Park City experienced just how vulnerable they were to rising sea levels. So Jones launched a sustainability plan that aims to make the neighborhood carbon-neutral by 2050. The authority’s $221 million South Battery Park City Resiliency Project, designed by AECOM, expects to break ground in September and a $630 million second phase to flood-proof its northern and western borders plans to be completed by 2026.


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John Catsimatidis is a billionaire Manhattan businessman who owns the supermarket chain Gristedes, an oil refinery, a growing real estate portfolio and 77 WABC radio. He’s also uniquely involved in New York City politics – he ran for New York City mayor in 2013, mulled running again last year and has donated generous sums to candidates in both major parties – and recently called on fellow Republicans to register to vote for moderates in Democratic primary races. His daughter, Andrea Catsimatidis, took the reins of the Manhattan Republican Party in 2017.

81 JAMES DOLAN EXECUTIVE CHAIR AND CEO Madison Square Garden Sports Corp. Madison Square Garden’s days on 34th Street could be numbered once its 10-year operating permit runs out in 2023. Last year, James Dolan indicated he wasn’t interested

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in relocating the arena, but Gov. Kathy Hochul’s Penn Station redevelopment plan is moving forward. Several elected officials have called for MSG to leave its current digs and for the governor to identify a new location. Related’s Stephen Ross even offered space in Hudson Yards for Dolan to move the world’s most famous arena, but Dolan has rejected those overtures.

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Linden is a PR veteran who has taken on a wider range of clients in the past two years. partnered with nine other Black publications to launch the Fund for Black Journalism to expedite their digital transformations. As a board member of the state Olympic Regional Development Authority, Tatum has also worked to make upstate ski attractions more inclusive.

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DEBRALEE SANTOS

Veteran public relations guru Lisa Linden, known in media circles for handling former Gov. Eliot Spitzer’s latest developments in both politics and real estate, has taken on a wider range of clients since joining LAKPR two years ago. In addition to representing clients like Clearview AI – and its efforts to develop facial recognition technology – and the Japan Art Association, Linden has served on the Hotel Association of New York City Foundation’s host committee, and as co-vice chair of the New York League of Conservation Voters.

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83 ELINOR TATUM PUBLISHER AND EDITORIN-CHIEF New York Amsterdam News The stalwart publisher and editor-in-chief just celebrated her 25th anniversary leading the New York Amsterdam News. The paper has roots in Harlem stretching back to 1909, but Elinor Tatum has been working to ensure its continuity through the 21st century. She recently

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Manhattan Times For more than two decades, the Manhattan Times has been the voice of Upper Manhattan’s Spanish-speaking communities, often covering neighborhood issues missed by the mainstream media. As editor, Debralee Santos has cultivated young writers and offered her own perspective New York Amsterdam News Publisher and Editor-inChief Elinor Tatum

on major stories of the day, including the school reopening debate during the pandemic and then-Gov. Andrew Cuomo’s unexpected resignation in August 2021. This summer, her paper has informed readers about the city’s Test & Trace Corps, hospital upgrades and public pool openings.

85 PEGGY SHEPARD CO-FOUNDER AND EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR WE ACT for Environmental Justice Now that the President Joe Biden climate package is poised for passage, he may lean on Peggy Shepard for advice. The climate advocate’s long-standing work made her the co-chair of the White


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House Environmental Justice Advisory Council. To hold the administration accountable, Shepard launched an initiative to track federal climate investments toward disadvantaged neighborhoods and ensure that agencies update their regulations to consider the burdens of racism. She also chairs the New York City Environmental Justice Advisory Board, where she has praised New York City Mayor Eric Adams’ commitment to environmental justice.

now in the process of finding a new conductor after their last one was put on leave.

90 MARTIN LIPTON FOUNDING PARTNER Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz

86 RALPH BUMBACA REGIONAL VICE PRESIDENT TD Bank For more than a dozen years, Ralph Bumbaca has brought his commercial lending expertise in the tri-state region to TD Bank. Under Bumbaca’s leadership, TD Bank has been named one of the best places to work for disability inclusion and was rated the top bank in small business lending between Maine and Florida for the fifth year in a row. This year, Bumbaca was recognized by New York City Mayor Eric Adams for his support of the city’s small businesses.

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TD Bank Regional Vice President Ralph Bumbaca

Microgrant Initiative, partnered with Manhattan District Attorney Alvin Bragg to crack down on shoplifting and brought in Nick Cannon for the BID’s Harlem Holiday Lights event.

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members to carry out its mission. Among its projects is a redevelopment and renovation of the Victoria Theater on 125th Street.

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The church with the $6 billion real estate portfolio officially named the Rev. Phillip Jackson its 19th rector in February. Jackson, who had served as priest-in-charge since 2020, helped reopen the chapel’s doors to the public after periodic COVID-19 surges forced the religious institution to restrict capacity while the church opened its new office and community space in its Trinity Place tower. Jackson and the church’s board are

125th Street BID Barbara Askins has been a champion of the Harlem community for decades. She launched the 125th Street Business Improvement District in 1993 and has led it ever since, helping to revitalize the neighborhood. Over the past year, she has teamed up with BET and the Apollo Theater on the Harlem Entrepreneurial

A longtime economic development official in New York City, Curtis Archer has spent more than a decade and a half driving business and job growth all across Harlem. The leader of the Harlem Community Development Corp., an arm of Empire State Development created in 1995, partners with local elected officials and community

Wachtell, Lipton, Rosen & Katz isn’t the biggest law firm in New York City, but it’s among the best in the legal business in areas such as antitrust, bankruptcy and mergers, and acquisitions. It was Martin Lipton, the firm’s founding partner, after all, who’s credited for the innovative “poison pill” strategy against a hostile takeover, which was employed by Twitter in its dealings with Elon Musk. Lipton, who’s also an executive committee member for the Partnership for New York City, recently argued in support of legislative efforts to ensure corporate board diversity.

91 ROSEMONDE PIERRE-LOUIS EXECUTIVE DIRECTOR NYU McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research Rosemonde Pierre-Louis has deep roots in Harlem. She founded the Frederick


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Douglass Boulevard Alliance, was director of general litigation at Harlem Legal Services and spent eight years as the deputy Manhattan borough president. This summer, she was promoted to lead New York University’s McSilver Institute for Poverty Policy and Research and was also appointed co-chair of the Metropolitan Transportation Authority’s “Fareness” BlueRibbon Panel. She’s also president of the West Side Democrats political club.

92 CHARLOTTE ST. MARTIN PRESIDENT The Broadway League The reopening of several long-running Broadway shows last fall after a year-and-a-half hiatus was among the most optimistic moments of the COVID-19 pandemic. Much of the credit goes to Charlotte St. Martin, who worked to ensure the shows would go on. That meant mandatory masks and proof of vaccination status for audiences through June (which some theaters have chosen to keep), even though the city lifted its indoor mask requirements months earlier. Thankfully, St. Martin and thousands of stars were able to safely enjoy the return of the Tony Awards this year.

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93 JONELLE PROCOPE PRESIDENT AND CEO Apollo Theater New Yorkers waited a year and a half for the Apollo to reopen and its star-studded lineup last August did not disappoint. Jonelle Procope kept the dollars flowing to the historic Harlem theater with a record-breaking $3.7 million benefit this spring, including $500,000 from Tyler Perry, and $525,000 from its “Dining with Divas” event that will go toward the Apollo’s education and youth arts programs. In May, Procope received an honorary doctorate from Howard University in recognition of her humanitarian and philanthropic contributions to the arts.

94 NY WHITAKER FOUNDER New York for Biden+Harris President Joe Biden’s poll numbers may have plummeted to near-historic lows as more Democrats sour on his performance, but Ny Whitaker isn’t giving up the faith. Following the 2020 election, the grassroots organizer and founder of New York for Biden+Harris served as a senior adviser for New York state for the Democratic National Committee and coordinated several virtual

and in-person inaugural events for the president and vice president’s swearing in. This year, she joined the Biden administration’s U.S. Department of Agriculture as director of scheduling and advance.

95 ALEX BORES, GRACE LEE & TONY SIMONE ASSEMBLY DEMOCRATIC PRIMARY WINNERS Several Manhattan Assembly districts were up for grabs in the June primary, thanks to incumbents retiring or seeking higher office. On the Upper East Side, Alex Bores won a competitive race for the seat being vacated by Assembly Member Dan Quart, who’s leaving office after his failed bid for Manhattan district attorney. In lower Manhattan,

St. Martin worked to ensure that Broadway shows would return safely to the stage.

Grace Lee made another run for the seat held by Assembly Member Yuh-Line Niou – and beat the Democratic Socialists of America-backed Illapa Sairitupac as Niou vies for a seat in Congress. And in Midtown and Chelsea, Tony Simone won the primary to replace Assembly Member Richard Gottfried, who’s retiring after becoming the longest-serving state lawmaker in New York history. All three Democratic victors are expected to easily win office in November.

96 DAMON LOSCHIAVO VICE PRESIDENT, CUSTOMER SUCCESS AND IMPLEMENTATION T-Mobile T-Mobile’s 2020 merger with Sprint, which gave the telecommunications giant an even larger share of New York’s wireless market, created the second-largest wireless company in the nation. For two decades, Damon LoSchiavo has helped T-Mobile add new customers and expand rapidly to the


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is once again the beating heart of live performance in New York City. Leah Johnson helped the arts organization reconnect with New Yorkers hungry for opera, theater, jazz and dance productions without succumbing to COVID-19 interruptions like their Broadway counterparts. This summer, Johnson launched the Summer for the City concert series with a new “choose what you pay” ticketing model designed to cultivate new audiences.

Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts' Leah Johnson

97 KAREN MACKEY WITHERSPOON VICE PRESIDENT FOR GOVERNMENT, COMMUNITY AND CULTURAL AFFAIRS

the City College of New York and other schools to offer tuition free of charge. This year, the City College of New York opened a physical space for its CUNY Initiative on Immigration and Education, and began a significant decarbonization effort with the U.S. Department of Energy.

98 SHELTON HAYNES PRESIDENT AND CEO

City College of New York

Roosevelt Island Operating Corp.

Karen Mackey Witherspoon helped CUNY collect $966 million to fix its dilapidated facilities as well as a $240 million increase from last year’s state budget, which the university system will use to hire more faculty and expand tuition assistance for part-time students. Even more funding from city and state budgets could be coming in the future, which could allow

Roosevelt Island may have the Four Freedoms State Park, a Cornell Tech campus, a new hotel and plenty of green space, but Shelton Haynes wants to attract even more tourists to support local businesses. In December, his Roosevelt Island Operating Corp. secured $11 million from the governor’s office to revitalize Southpoint Park and make it more resilient to

storms. He also celebrated a new monument to pioneering investigative journalist Nellie Bly. Now, Haynes wants the Metropolitan Transportation Authority to bring its OMNY payment system to the Roosevelt Tram to make the island even easier to visit.

99 LEAH JOHNSON EXECUTIVE VICE PRESIDENT, CHIEF COMMUNICATIONS, MARKETING AND ADVOCACY OFFICER Lincoln Center for the Performing Arts After the pandemic shuttered entertainment venues for more than a year, Lincoln Center

100 SCOTT STRINGER FORMER NEW YORK CITY COMPTROLLER Since he stumbled in the New York City mayoral race last year following decadesold allegations of sexual misconduct, former New York City Comptroller Scott Stringer has kept a decidedly lower profile but has stayed active in politics. While he ultimately opted against mounting a comeback bid for state Senate this cycle, he has assisted Rep. Jerry Nadler’s high-profile primary against Rep. Carolyn Maloney, backed other local candidates and has consulted with the powerful United Federation of Teachers, a longtime ally.

Haynes' group secured $11M from the governor to revitalize Southpoint Park.

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point where the company has gained ground at the expense of Verizon and AT&T. T-Mobile now expects to add at least 6 million new subscribers this year and beat its competitors in customer growth.


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Notice of Formation of 78-29 AUSTIN STREET HOLDINGS LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 11/02/2021. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 227 SEA BREEZE AVENUE , SUITE C-403, 4TH FLOOR , BROOKLYN, NY, 11224. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of PS BROKERS LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/29/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 13 5 PA R K V I L L E AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY, 11230. Any lawful p u r p o s e . Form of notice for onpremises license. Notice is hereby given that a license, number 1348005 for liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a Restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 47 S ELMWOOD AV ENUE MONTAUK NY 11954 for on premises consumption. 47 S ELMWOOD MGMT INC Notice of formation of FIFI VENDING LLC, LLC filed with SSNY on 06/27/22, office: BRONX county. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 1401 Jesup ave 4D Bronx NY,10452. Purpose: any lawful act or activity 6 4 6 2 4 8 3 3 3 7 108 McEwen Street, LLC filed with the SSNY on 7/6/22. Office: NY County. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to the LLC, 108 McEwen Street, Warwick NY 1099 0. Purpose: Any law ful purpose.

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Notice of Formation of FERNANDA LITERARY SERVICES LLC. Arts. O f Org . f ile d with SSNY on 07/07/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 1 9 5 PLY M O U T H S T R EE T, #323, BROOKLYN, NY, 11201. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of CR E ATE NSIT Y LLC . Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/10/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 13 5 1 H A N C O C K STREE T, BROOKLYN, NY, 11237. Any lawful p u r p o s e . Notice of Qual. of METROPOLITAN TIMBER AND STEEL COMPANY LLC, filed with the S SN Y on 12/13/2021. Office: NY County. LLC formed in NJ on 12/3/2021. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served and shall mail process to: c/o The LLC, 210 W. 29th St,#7, NY, NY 10001. Address required to be maintained in NJ: 105 State St, Paterson, NJ 07501. Cert of Formation filed with NJ State Treasurer, Dept of Treasury, Division of Revenue, 33 W State St, Trenton, NJ 08608. Purpose: any lawful act. The Dopwell Group, LLC was formed on January 11, 2022. The Dopwell Group, LLC is located in Bronx County at 4019 GUNTHER AVE. BRONX, NY 10466. The Dopwell Group, LLC purpose is to provide consultant services. REGISTERED AGENT : UNITED STATES CORPORATION AGENTS, INC. 7014 13TH AVENUE , SUITE 202 BROOKLYN, N Y, 11228, USA

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NOTICE OF FORMATION of Hyacinth Lily LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of New York (SSNY) on 07/13/2022 Location: Westchester Count y. SSNY designated as agent for service of process on LLC and shall mail a copy of process to: Catherine Walsh Taubner, 81 Witherbee Avenue, Pelham, NY 10803. Purpose: Any law ful purpose Notice of Qual. of NORTH STAR VENTURE M A N A G E M E N T 2010, L . L .C . . Auth . filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 2 8 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location: New York . LLC formed in DE on 0 3 / 0 7/ 2 0 1 1 . SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom p ro c e s s a g ain s t i t may be served. SSNY mail process to: 600 MAMARONECK AVENUE #400, HARRISON, NY, 10528. Arts. of Org. filed with DE SOS . Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of SEC CONSULTANCY, LLC filed with SSNY on 6/6/2022. Of fice: Richmond County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: United States Corporation Agent, inc. 7014 13th Ave Suite 202 Brooklyn NY 11228. Purpose: any lawful act or activity Notice of formation of FIFI VENDING LLC, LLC filed with SSNY on 06/27/22, office: BRONX county. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 1401 Jesup ave 4D Bronx NY,10452. Purpose: any lawful act or activity 6 4 6 2 4 8 3 3 3 7 Notice of Formation of M 1711 AVENUE LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/23/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 15 41 55 TH STREE T, BROOKLYN, NY, 11219. Any law ful purpose.

Public Notice TO: XAVIER PAGAN Address unknown NOTICE A petition has been filed asking the Court to put an end to all rights you have to your child A. P., born 9/28/2016, biological child of Caitlyn Herb. The Court has set a hearing to consider ending your rights to your children. That hearing will be held on September 1, 2022, at 9:30 a.m., at the Lackawanna County Government Center, 123 Wyoming Ave., 1 st Fl., Scranton, PA 18503. If you do not appear at this hearing, the Court may decide that you are not interested in retaining your rights to your child and your failure to appear may affect the Court’s decision on whether to end your rights to your child. You are warned that even if you fail to appear at the scheduled hearing, the hearing will go on without you and your rights to your children may be ended by the Court without your being present. You have a right to be represented at the hearing by a lawyer. YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS PAPER TO YOUR LAWYER AT ONCE. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAWYER OR CANNOT AFFORD ONE, GO TO OR TELEPHONE THE OFFICE SET FORTH BELOW TO FIND OUT WHERE YOU CAN GET LEGAL HELP. Northeastern Pennsylvania Legal Services 33 N. Main Street – Suite 200 Pittston, PA 18640 (570) 299-4100 Notice of Formation of R3 825 THIRD AVENUE, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/21/22. O f f ice location: N Y County. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to c/o Casa Nela LTD., 181 W. 10th S t . , N Y, N Y 10 014 . Purpose: Any lawful activity.

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Notice of Formation of JS YOUNG C O N S U LT I N G , L L C Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/15/22. O f f ice location: N Y County. Princ. of fice of LLC: 20 E. 9th St., Apt. 14K, NY, NY 10003. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to Jill Young at the princ. of fice of the LLC. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y. Notice of Formation of WARNE R SL ATE T WO LLC. Ar ts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 1 4 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location Schoharie SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 176 UNION STREE T, B R O O K LY N , N Y, 11231. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of MEINERGY LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 03/14/2022. Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 5 W 37 STREET, STE 800, NEW YORK, NY, 10018. Any lawful p u r p o s e . Notice is hereby given that a license, number 1344995, for beer, liquor, cider, and wine, has been applied for by the undersigned to sell beer, liquor, cider, and wine at retail in a restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 1045 Flushing Ave., Brooklyn, NY 11237 for on premises consumption. SC METROPOLITAN LLC dba SHAKING CRAB. IRENE AND JOELLE LLC, Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 07/07/2022. Office loc: Kings County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, 15 Ocean Avenue, 2nd FL, Brooklyn, N Y 112 25 . Purpose: Any Lawful Purpose.

Notice of Formation of 313 EAST 162 LLC. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 02/11/2019. Office location. Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 5014 16TH AVENUE, SUITE 9, BROOKLYN, NY 11204. Any law ful p u r p o s e

Form of notice for onpremises license. Notice is hereby given that a license, number 1348434 for liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a OP 252 Restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control L aw at 10 COLUMBUS CR NEW YORK, NY 10019 for on premises consumption.

Notice of Formation of LC HOME REALTY LLC Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/05/22. Office location: NY SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 10 MONROE ST, APT 5H, NEW YORK, NY 10002 Any law ful purpose

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Notice of Formation of S U T TO N AV I AT I O N LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 5 / 2 7/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 1964 E AST 2ND STREE T, BROOKLYN, NY, 11223. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of 217A PIERCE ST. L .L .C.. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/11/2022. Office location Richmond SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 217A PIERCE ST., STATEN ISL AND, NY, 10304 . Any law ful purpose. Notice is hereby given that a license, number pending, for beer and wine, has been applied for by Film at Lincoln Center, Inc. d/b/a Walter Reade Theater to sell beer and wine at retail in a tavern under the Alcohol Beverage Control Law at 165 West 65th Street, New York, NY 10023 for on premises consumption. Film at Lincoln Center, Inc. d/b/a Walter Reade Theater

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Form of notice for onpremises license. Notice is hereby given that a license, number 1348444 for liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a TW 344 Restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control L aw at 35 CEDAR ST NEW YORK, NY 10005 for on premises consumption. Cedar Street Pi LLC Form of notice for onpremises license. Notice is hereby given that a license, number 1348437 for liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a OP 252 Restaurant under the Alcoholic Beverage Control Law at 506 LAGUARDIA PL NEW YORK, NY 10012 for on premises consumption. Damselle LLC Notice of Formation of SAM CROPSEY LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/20/2022. Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 6141 159TH STREE T, FLUSHING , NY, 11365. Any lawful p u r p o s e . Notice of Formation of 142 WATTS HOLDING, LLC. Ar ts . of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 2 / 1 0/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location: New York SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 600 MAMARONECK AVENUE #400, HARRISON, NY, 10528. Any law ful purpose

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Notice of Qualification of ACI VI ZD DEVELOPER LLC Appl. for Auth. filed with Secy. of State o f N Y (S S N Y ) o n 0 6/29/2 2 . Office location: NY County. LLC formed in Delaware (D E ) o n 0 6/2 8/2 2 . SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may b e ser ve d . SSNY shall mail process to c /o C orp oration S er vic e Co., 80 State St., Albany, NY 12207-2543. DE addr. of LLC: 251 Little Falls Dr., Wilmington, DE 19808. Cer t. of Form. filed with Secy. of State, 401 Federal St., Ste. 4, Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y. Notice of Formation of BE LNOR D 201 LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 06/28/22. O f f ice location: N Y County. Princ. of fice of LLC: Congress Wealth Management, 1 5 5 S e ap o r t B l vd . , B os ton , M A 0 2 2 1 0 . SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY s hall m ail p ro c e s s to Michael Galvin at the princ. of fice of t h e L LC . P u r p o s e : Any law ful ac tivit y. Notice of Qualification of 223 SUNSET HOLDINGS, LLC Appl. for Auth. filed with Secy. of State o f N Y (S S N Y ) o n 10/0 6/21. Office location: NY County. LLC formed in Delaware (D E ) o n 0 6/24/2 1 . SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may b e ser ve d . SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 280 Park Ave., 41st Fl., NY, NY 10017. DE addr. of LLC: C orp oration S er vic e Co., 251 Little Falls Dr., Wilmington, DE 19808. Cer t. of Form. filed with Secy. of State, State of DE, Dept. of S tate, Townsend Bldg., Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: Any lawful activity. LEGALNOTICES@ CITYANDSTATENY.COM


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Notice of Formation of AMERICAN FIRST REVERSE LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/0 8 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 1470 86TH STREE T, BROOKLYN, N Y, 11228. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of ATKINSPER LLC filed with SSNY on 06/15/2022. Office: KINGS County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 118 Knickerbocker Av e , B r o o k l y n N Y 11237. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. Notice of Formation of LARGO 76N8 LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/15/2019. Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 67 WEST STREET, SUITE 423, BROOKLYN, N Y, 11222. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of ALEX ADVOCA AT PRODUCTIONS LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 03/11/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 205 MIDDLETON ST., APT. 7M, BROOKLYN, NY, 11206. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of BASIC DRONE ENTERPRISES, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/07/2022. Office location: Madison SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 3350 EAST R OA D, CA ZENOV IA , N Y, 13035. Any lawful purpose.

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Love Ny Freak’n City Arts. of Org filed with the SSNY on 04/06/2022 Office: Bronx County. United States Corporation agents, inc. Designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to: United States Corporation agents, Inc.7014 13 avenue suite 202, Brooklyn, N Y 112 2 8 Purp o s e: Any law ful purpose. Notice is hereby given that license number 13 4 8 6 4 2 f o r li qu o r has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a RESTAURANT-OP 252 under the alcoholic beverage control law at 1 6 8 1 3 R D AV EN U E NEW YORK , NY 1 0 1 2 8 . N E W YO R K C O U N T Y, for onpremises consumption. FIVE IRON GOLF N YC LLC 1 6 8 1 3 R D AV EN U E NEW YORK, NY 10128 Notice of Formation of DESMONND EMPIRE, LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 4/28/202 2 . Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 42 BROADWAY, FL . 12200, NEW YORK, NY, 10004. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of NOVUS SEELEY, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/12/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 213 20TH STREET, SUITE 1B, BROOKLYN, NY, 11232. Any lawful p u r p o s e . Notice of Formation of 1540NYBK64 LLC, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 04/05/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 560 51ST ST FL 1, BROOKLYN, NY, 11220 - 2014. Any lawful p u r p o s e .

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Public Notice MCDONALD LAW GROUP, LLC 203 S. Water Street, Suite 300 Henderson, NV 89015 Phone (702)448-4962 Fax (702)448-5011 SUMM RENA MCDONALD, ESQ. Nevada Bar No. 8852 MCDONALD LAW GROUP, LLC 203 S. Water Street, Suite 300 CASE NO: D-22-648593-D Department: To be determined Henderson, NV 89015 Phone (702)448-4962 Fax (702)448-5011 rena@mcdonaldlawgroup.com Attorney for Plaintiff DISTRICT COURT FAMILY DIVISION CLARK COUNTY, NEVADA SUSANNA MENDIA, Plaintiff,

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v. EDWARD JOSE ENCARNACION, Defendant. SUMMONS NOTICE! YOU HAVE BEEN SUED. THE COURT MAY DECIDE AGAINST YOU WITHOUT YOUR BEING HEARD UNLESS YOU RESPOND IN WRITING WITHIN 21 DAYS. READ THE INFORMATION BELOW VERY CAREFULLY. To: EDWARD JOSE ENCARNACION A complaint has been filed by the Plaintiff against you for the relief as set forth in that document complaint. The object of this action is Divorce. If you intend to defend this lawsuit, within 21 days after this summons is served on you (not counting the day of service), you must: 1. File with the Clerk of Court, whose address is shown below, a formal written answer to the complaint or petition. 2. Pay the required filing fee to the court, or file an Application to Proceed In Forma Pauperis and request a waiver of the filing fee. 3. Serve a copy of your answer upon the Plaintiff whose name and address is shown below If you fail to respond, the Plaintiff can request your default. The court can then enter a judgment against you for the relief demanded in the complaint or petition. CLERK OF COURT By:___________ 5/23/2022 Deputy Clerk Date Family Courts and Services Center 601 North Pecos Road Las Vegas, Nevada 89155 Dated this ____ day of May 2022. MCDONALD LAW GROUP, LLC /s/ Rena McDonald _ Rena McDonald, Esq. Nevada Bar No. 8852 203 S. Water Street, Suite 300 Henderson, NV 89015 Phone (702) 448-4962 Fax (702) 448-5011 Attorney for Plaintiff LEGALNOTICES@CITYANDSTATENY.COM

Notice of Form. of SOMMERS HOME IMPROVEMENTS, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/14/2022. Office location: Onondaga SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 1260 MILL STREET, FABIUS, NY, 13063. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of 602 MORGAN AVE . L .L .C.. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 1 1 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 602 MORGAN AV E . , B R O O K LY N , N Y, 11222. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Qual. of SMART FOODS PISCATAWAY LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 07/12/2022. Office location: KINGS. LLC formed in NJ on 09/16/2021. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to: 465 86TH ST, BROOKLYN, NY, 11209. Arts. of Org. filed with NJ SOS. P.O. BOX 4 5 , TRENTON , NJ 08646. Any lawful p u r p o s e .

Notice of Formation of C A R E A S E H E A LT H NY-MSO LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 6/0 9/2 0 2 2 . Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 8 BOURBON CT, L AKEWOOD, NJ, 0 8 7 0 1 . A ny l aw f u l p u r p o s e .

Notice of Formation of BRONX HOPE RX LLC. Ar ts .O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 1 3 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location: Bronx SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. S SN Y mail proces s to 1767 SOUTHERN B LV D, B R ON X , N Y, 10460. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 685 FIFTH AVE 6A LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/13/2022. Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 40 WEST 57 TH STREET, SUITE 1440, NEW YORK, NY, 10019. Any lawful purpose. Notice of formation of SparkleY LLC. Arts of Org filed with Secy of State of NY (SSNY) on 7/13/22. Office location: N Y C o u n t y. S S N Y designated as agent upon whom process may be served and shall mail copy of process against LLC to: 241 W. 17th St., NY, NY 10011. Purpose: any lawful act.

Notice of Formation of L&L BROTHERS LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/11/2022. Office location Richmond SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 660 LIBERTY AVE, STATEN ISLAND, NY, 10305. Any lawful p u r p o s e . Notice of Formation of JT ST MARKS LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/06/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 1465 NEW YORK AVENUE, APT. 1, BROOK LYN, N Y, 11210. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of SOLELOT LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/05/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 2602 AV E N U E U # 1 0 3 1 , BROOKLYN, NY, 11229. Any law ful purpose.

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Notice of Qual. of 38 EAST 75 OWNER LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 07/19/2022. Office location: New York . LLC formed in DE on 09/28/2021. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to: 535 MADISON AVE, 19TH FLOOR, NEW YORK , NY, 10022. Arts. of Org. filed with DE SOS . Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of JBB IK Enterprises LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State: 6/6/22. Office location: NY County. Sec. of State designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: Cogency Global Inc., 122 E. 42nd St., 18th Fl., NY, NY 10168. Purpose: all law ful purposes . Notice of Formation of JS LAW OFFICE PLLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/0 6 / 2 0 2 2 . O f f i c e location: New York SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 200 E 36TH ST, ROOM 16A, NEW YOR K , N Y, 10016. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 729 SECOND AVE DM LLC filed with SSNY on 11/09/2021. Office: New York County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: SHOP ARCHITECTS, INC. 233 BROADWAY, 11TH FLOOR NEW YORK, NY, 10279, USA . Purpose: any lawful act or activity. Notice of formation of STYLEDBYPHINA LLC. Articles of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State (DOS) on 04/15/2022. Office location: Schenectady County, DOS is designated as agent upon whom process may be served. DOS shall mail service of process to 258 WARD AVE, SCHENECTADY, NY, UNITED STATES, 12304. Company is organized for any lawful purpose. 8/5 ,12 ,1 9 , 26 , 9/2 ; 9/9

Notice of Qualification of Rev4, LLC Appl. for Auth. filed with Secy. of State o f N Y (S S N Y ) o n 06/23/22. Office location: NY County. LLC formed in Illinois (IL) on 1 0/11/0 9 . Princ . of fice of LLC: 1560 Sherman Ave., #1005, Evanston, IL 6 0201. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may b e ser ve d . SSNY shall mail process to Corporation Service Co., 80 State St., Albany, NY 12207-2543. Cer t. of Form. filed with Secy. of State, 213 State C apitol , S pring f ield , IL 62 75 6 . Purp ose: Any law ful ac tivit y. Notice of Qualification of PRIVATE EQUIT Y VI GP LLC Appl. for Auth. filed with Secy. of State o f N Y (S S N Y ) o n 0 7/ 1 3 / 2 2 . Office location: NY County. LLC formed in Delaware (D E ) o n 0 7/0 1/2 2 . Princ. office of LLC: 9 W. 57th St., 12th Fl., NY, NY 10019. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom p ro c e s s a g ain s t i t may be served. SSNY shall mail process to c /o Summit Rock Advisors, LP at the princ. office of the LLC. DE addr. of LLC: c/o C orp oration S er vic e Co., 251 Little Falls Dr. , Wilmington, DE 19808. Cert. of Form. filed with Secy. of S t a te , 4 0 1 F e d e r al St., Ste. 4, Dover, DE 19901. Purpose: Any lawful activity. Notice of Formation of T- FOUR CORE LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/14/22. O f f ice location: N Y County. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to Corporation Service Co., 80 State St., Albany, NY 1 2 2 0 7-2 5 4 3 , regd. agent upon whom and at which process may be ser ved. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y. LEGALNOTICES@ CITYANDSTATENY.COM

Notice of Formation of Healing Caring Center LLC filed with SSNY on 05/02/2022 Office: Kings County SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: The Limited Liability Company. Purpose: any lawful act or activity On Wednesday, July 20, 2022 at 12:11:06 PM EDT, City and State Legal Notices NOTICE OF FORMATION OF JILI HOTELS AND RESORTS LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on May 5, 2022. Office location: NEW YORK COUNTY. SSNY is designated as agent for LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The address to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon them is: 66 Ninth Avenue, Suite 1101, New York, NY 10011. The principal business address of the LLC is: 66 Ninth Avenue, Suite 1101, New York, NY 10011. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF JILI PROPER T Y MANAGEMENT LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on February 15, 2019. Office location: NEW YORK COUNTY. SSNY is designated as agent for LLC upon whom process against it may be served. The address to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon them is: 66 Ninth Avenue, Suite 1101, New York, NY 10011. The principal business address of the LLC is: 66 Ninth Avenue, Suite 1101, New York, NY 10011. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. Notice of Formation of MODERN DENTAL ORANGE COUNT Y PLLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/15/2022. Office location Orange SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom p ro c e s s a g ain s t i t may be served SSNY mail process to 236 WOODL ANDS ROAD, HARRISON, NY, 10528. Any law ful purpose.

Notice of Formation of BRILLIANT PROSPECT LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 2 0/ 2 0 2 2 . O f f i c e location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 6402 8TH AVENUE, UNIT 303, BROOKLYN, NY, 11220. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of NYS KLEANING 2 LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/18/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 725 4TH AVENUE, APT TT4, BROOKLYN, NY, 11232. Any lawful p u r p o s e .

Notice of Formation of GENERAL F U L F I L L M E N T SERVICES, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/19/2022. Office location ONONDAGA SSNY desg . As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 307 BACON STREE T, SYRACUSE, N Y, 13209. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of 2269 OCEAN AVENUE LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 2 1 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location: Richmond SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 23 OCEANIC AVENUE, S TAT E N ISL AND, N Y, 10312. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of 428 AUROR A HOLDINGS, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 5 / 1 7/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location Cayuga SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 110 GENESEE ST., SUITE 200, AUBURN, NY, 13021. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of HILLTOP HAVEN LLC . Ar ts . of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 1 8 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location: Ontario SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. S SN Y mail proces s to 7 7 11 W H I S PER S LANE, ONTARIO, NY, 14519. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of THREE KIDS RENTALS LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 2 1 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location ONONDAGA SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 4989 SHAW TERRACE, SYRACUSE, N Y, 13215. Any lawful purpose.

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Notice of Formation of 3517 HOLDINGS LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/19/2022. Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 1541 55TH STREE T, BROOKLYN, NY, UNITED STATES, 11219. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 6307 62ND AVE LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/23/2022.Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 449 HARMAN ST, BROOKLYN, NY, 1 1 2 3 7. Any law ful p u r p o s e . Notice of Formation of 6309 62ND AVE LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 06/23/2022.Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 449 HARMAN ST, BROOKLYN, NY, 1 1 2 3 7. Any law ful p u r p o s e .

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Notice of Formation of 1022 BROADWAY LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 09/20/2012.Of fice location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 543 B ED F O R D AV EN U E , SUITE 103, BROOKLYN, N Y, 11249. Any lawful purpose. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF SHAY WHITE LLC. Articles of Organization filed with Secretar y of State of NY (SSNY) on 1/13/2022. Office location: NE W YORK Count y. SSNY is designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the principal business address of LLC: 909 3rd Ave #7694, New York, NY 10150. Purpose: any law ful a c t /a c t i v i t y. G U C O V S C H I ROZENSHTEYN, PLLC, a Prof. LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 09/23/2020. Office loc: NY County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The PLLC, 318 West 88th St., Apt 2A, NY, NY 10024. Purpose: To Practice The Profession Of Law. Notice of Formation of 4 0 9 ROCK AWAY AVENUE OWNER LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/18/22. Office location: Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC c/o EL Equit y LLC, 4 07 Rockaway Ave . , B ro ok lyn , N Y 11212. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y.

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Notice of formation of FIFI VENDING LLC, LLC filed with SSNY on 06/27/22, office: BRONX county. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 1401 Jesup ave 4D Bronx NY,10452. Purpose: any lawful act or activity 6462483337 Notice of Formation of 4 0 9 ROCK AWAY AVENUE OWNER LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/18/22. Office location: Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC c/o EL Equit y LLC, 4 07 Rockaway Ave . , B ro ok lyn , N Y 11212. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y. Notice of Qual. of I.M.E.M. CLINICAL ASSOCIATES LLC, Authority filed with the SSNY on 07/19/2022. Office loc: NY County. LLC formed in NJ on 01/12/2005. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The LLC, C/O H. Peltz Emergency Medicine, PLLC, 366 Pearsall Ave., Ste 2, Cedarhurst, NY 11516. Purpose: To practice the profession of Medicine. B E Y O N D DEVELOPMENT, LLC, AR TICLES OF ORGANIZ ATION WER E FILED WIT H THE S E C R E TA R Y OF STATE OF NEW YORK ON 07/20/2022 . OFFICE LOCATION IN RICHMOND COUNT Y. SSNY DESIGN AGENT OF LLC UPON PROCESS M AY B E S E R V E D . S SN Y SHALL MAIL COPY OF PROCESS TO GENNADIY GAKMAN 67 PERONA LANE, STATEN ISL AND NEW YORK 10308 PURPOSE: ANY L AW F U L PU R P O S E .

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Public Notice Mahmudjan Abdullaev is hereby notified that litigation has been filed against him and the whereabouts of said Defendant is unknown. The litigation pending in the Jasper Superior Court in Jasper County, Indiana under cause number 37D01-2205 CT-401 bearing caption: STEPHANIE DAVISSON and TOD DAVISSON, Plaintiffs vs MAHMUDJON ABDULLAEV and AD E XPRESS TRUCKING, Defendants. At torney Samantha M. Joslyn of the Law Offices of Samantha M. Joslyn, P.C., 129 E. Washington St., Rensselaer, Indiana, 47978 represents the Plaintiffs. This is a civil action. Mahmudjan Abdullaev is hereby notified that you must respond to this notice within thirty (30) days after the last notice of this action is published, the failure of which may result in judgment by default being entered against you for the relief demanded in the Petition. G U C O V S C H I ROZENSHTEYN, PLLC, a Prof. LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with the SSNY on 09/23/2020. Office loc: NY County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: The PLLC, 318 West 88th St., Apt 2A, NY, NY 10024. Purpose: To Practice The Profession Of Law. Notice of Formation of 4 0 9 ROCK AWAY AVENUE OWNER LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/18/22. Office location: Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC c/o EL Equit y LLC, 4 07 Rockaway Ave . , B ro ok lyn , N Y 11212. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y.

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Notice of Formation of SEC CONSULTANCY, LLC filed with SSNY on 6/6/2022. Of fice: Richmond County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: United States Corporation Agent, inc. 7014 13th Ave Suite 202 Brooklyn NY 11228. Purpose: any lawful act or activity Notice of Qual. of NORTH STAR VENTURE M A N A G E M E N T 2010, L . L .C . . Auth . filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 2 8 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location: New York . LLC formed in DE on 0 3 / 0 7/ 2 0 1 1 . SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom p ro c e s s a g ain s t i t may be served. SSNY mail process to: 600 MAMARONECK AVENUE #400, HARRISON, NY, 10528. Arts. of Org. filed with DE SOS . Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Qual. of METROPOLITAN TIMBER AND STEEL COMPANY LLC, filed with the S SN Y on 12/13/2021. Office: NY County. LLC formed in NJ on 12/3/2021. SSNY is designated as agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served and shall mail process to: c/o The LLC, 210 W. 29th St,#7, NY, NY 10001. Address required to be maintained in NJ: 105 State St, Paterson, NJ 07501. Cert of Formation filed with NJ State Treasurer, Dept of Treasury, Division of Revenue, 33 W State St, Trenton, NJ 08608. Purpose: any lawful act. The Dopwell Group, LLC was formed on January 11, 2022. The Dopwell Group, LLC is located in Bronx County at 4019 GUNTHER AVE. BRONX, NY 10466. The Dopwell Group, LLC purpose is to provide consultant services. REGISTERED AGENT : UNITED STATES CORPORATION AGENTS, INC. 7014 13TH AVENUE , SUITE 202 BROOKLYN, N Y, 11228, USA

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Public Notice STATE OF WISCONSIN CIRCUIT COURT WAUKESHA COUNTY GREENWOODS EQUIPMENT FINANCE LLC, 3212 Fiddlers Creek Drive, Waukesha, WI 53188 v.

Plaintiff Case No.: 2022CV000841 Case Code: 30301

RAMON RODRIGUEZ 502 W. 135 th Street, Apt. 6C New York, NY 10031, Defendant _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ PUBLICATION SUMMONS _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ _ STATE OF WISCONSIN, to each person named above as a defendant: You are hereby notified that the plaintiff named above has filed a lawsuit or other legal action against you. Within 40 days after August 1, 2022, you must respond with a written demand for a copy of the complaint. The demand must be sent or delivered to the court, whose address is 515 W. Moreland Blvd., Waukesha, Wisconsin 53188, the attention of Branch 9, and Hanson & Payne, LLC, plaintiff’s attorneys, whose address is 740 N. James Lovell St., Milwaukee, WI 53233, (414) 271-4550. You may have an attorney help or represent you. If you do not demand a copy of the complaint within 40 days after August 1, 2022, the court may grant judgment against you for the award of money or other legal action requested in the complaint, and you may lose your right to object to anything that is or may be incorrect in the complaint. A judgment may be enforced as provided by law. A judgment awarding money may become a lien against any real estate you own now or in the future, and may also be enforced by garnishment or seizure of property. Dated this 29th day of July, 2022. HANSON & PAYNE, LLC Attorneys for Plaintiff By: /s/ Ben Payne_____ SBN 1041478 Notice of Formation of 4 0 9 ROCK AWAY AVENUE OWNER LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/18/22. Office location: Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC c/o EL Equit y LLC, 4 07 Rockaway Ave . , B ro ok lyn , N Y 11212. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y.

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Public Notice TO: XAVIER PAGAN Address unknown NOTICE A petition has been filed asking the Court to put an end to all rights you have to your child A. P., born 9/28/2016, biological child of Caitlyn Herb. The Court has set a hearing to consider ending your rights to your children. That hearing will be held on September 1, 2022, at 9:30 a.m., at the Lackawanna County Government Center, 123 Wyoming Ave., 1 st Fl., Scranton, PA 18503. If you do not appear at this hearing, the Court may decide that you are not interested in retaining your rights to your child and your failure to appear may affect the Court’s decision on whether to end your rights to your child. You are warned that even if you fail to appear at the scheduled hearing, the hearing will go on without you and your rights to your children may be ended by the Court without your being present. You have a right to be represented at the hearing by a lawyer. YOU SHOULD TAKE THIS PAPER TO YOUR LAWYER AT ONCE. IF YOU DO NOT HAVE A LAWYER OR CANNOT AFFORD ONE, GO TO OR TELEPHONE THE OFFICE SET FORTH BELOW TO FIND OUT WHERE YOU CAN GET LEGAL HELP. Northeastern Pennsylvania Legal Services 33 N. Main Street – Suite 200 Pittston, PA 18640 (570) 299-4100

Notice of Formation of JS YOUNG C O N S U LT I N G , L L C Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/15/22. O f f ice location: N Y County. Princ. of fice of LLC: 20 E. 9th St., Apt. 14K, NY, NY 10003. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to Jill Young at the princ. of fice of the LLC. Purpose: Any law ful ac tivit y.

Notice of Formation of R3 825 THIRD AVENUE, LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 07/21/22. O f f ice location: N Y County. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to c/o Casa Nela LTD., 181 W. 10th S t . , N Y, N Y 10 014 . Purpose: Any lawful activity.

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Notice of Formation of 30A 310 EAST 53RD ST. NYC. LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 05/20/2022.Of fice location: New York SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 366 MADISON AVENUE, 3RD FLOOR, NEW YORK , N Y, 1 0 0 17. A ny lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 349 EAST 138TH LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 11/04/2013. Office location Bronx SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 1946 CONEY ISLAND AV E N U E , BROOKLYN, NY, 11223. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of JIAEN LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/14/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 7311 5TH AVE, BROOKLYN, NY, 11209. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of MJ CHEUKLAP LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/24/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 1238 63RD ST, APT D226, B R O O K LY N , NY, UNITED STATES, 11219. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 2322 LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/08/2022. Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 706 5TH AVENUE, BROOKLYN, NY, 11215. Any law ful purpose.

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Notice of Formation of 39 0 9 5 TH AVE NUE LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/0 5 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 706 5TH AVENUE, BROOKLYN, N Y, 11215. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of LINA HOLDINGS, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/29/2020. Of fice location: New York. SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 5 WEST 37 TH STREE T 12TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY, 10018. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of SHUGO INVEST LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/22/2022. Office location Rensselaer SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 33 SCOTCH PINE DRIVE, MEDFORD, NY, 11763. Any lawful p u r p o s e .

Notice of Qual. of 4 CORNERS LEAD, LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 07/25/2022. Office location: New York. LLC formed in DE on 07/25/2022. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. S SN Y mail proces s to: 114 E AST 25 TH STREET, NEW YORK, NY, 10010. Arts. of Org. filed with DE SOS. Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any law ful purpose.

Notice of Formation of AMSTERDAM CANNABIS CLUBS 1 LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 04/21/2022. Office location Bronx SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 795 ALLERTON AVE, BRON X , N Y, 10 4 6 7. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of FATIMA NAWAZ LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/24/2022. Office location Hamilton SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 236 NYS ROUTE 28, INLET, NY, 13360. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of JUMBO DUMBO LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/12/2022. Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to ONE BRYANT PAR K , NE W YOR K , NY, 10036. Any lawful p u r p o s e .

Notice of Formation of NYS KLEANING 2 LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/18/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 725 4TH AVENUE, APT T T4, BROOKLYN, NY, 11232. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of GAK RENTALS LLC, LLC filed with SSNY on 07/21/2022. Office: Orange County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 1 SUMMERVILLE RD, GOSHEN, NY, 10924, USA . Purp ose: any lawful act or activity. Notice of Formation of CHRISTINA PEABODY, LLC filed with SSNY on 05-31-2022. Office: NE W YORK Count y. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 205 WEST 89TH STREET #3G. Purpose: any lawful act or activity.

NR 2022 LLC filed w/ SSNY on 8/1/22. Office: New York Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to: 201 E 87th St., #30R, NY, NY 10128. Purpose: any lawful. Notice of Formation of High Tides Consulting, LLC filed with SSNY on July 25 2016. Office: Kings County. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC Registered Agent: US Corp Agents Inc, 7014 13th ave, Brooklyn 11228 . Purpose: any lawful act or activity. S7HILLS Holdings LLC filed w/ SSNY on 6/30/22. Office: New York Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to: 253 W 72nd St., #1109, NY, NY 10023. Purpose: any lawful. Notice of Formation of FOREVER DESIGNS BY VANESSA LLC filed with SSNY on May 22, 2022. Office: Richmond County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 390 Thornycroft Ave Staten Island NY 10312. Purpose: any lawful act or activity. Notice of Formation of JOHNSON PROPERTY GROUP, LLC filed with SSNY on 05/11/2022. Of fice:KINGS County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 100 E 21ST, APT 207 BROOKLYN, NY, 11226, USA Purpose: any lawful act or activity. Notice of Formation of FITZ ROY ROAD LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 06/06/2022. Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 246 WEST 16TH STREET, 1R, NEW YORK, NY, 10011. Any lawful purpose.

The Malin West Village LLC App. for Authority filed with Secretary of State of NY (SSNY) on 7/29/2022. LLC formed in DE on 7/28/2022. Office location: New York County. SSNY desig. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to 32 Mercer St., 3 rd Floor, NY, NY 10013. Cert. of Form. on file: DE SOS, DE Div. of Corps, PO Box 898, Dover, DE 19 9 03 . Purpose: any lawful business. Notice of Qual. of PF REAL ESTATE 1 LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 08/05/2022. Office location: New York . LLC formed in DE on 08/05/2022. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to: 93 PEARL STREE T, , SECOND FLOOR , NEW YORK, NY, 10004. Ar ts . of Org. filed with DE SOS. Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of NW 25TH STREET LENDER LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/0 6 / 2 0 2 2 . O f f i c e location: New York SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 28 LIBERTY STREET, NEW YORK, NY, 10005.Any lawful purpose. Notice is hereby given that license number 1349501 for liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a RESTAURANT-OP 252 under the alcoholic beverage control law at 129 E 60TH ST NEW YORK, NY 10022 for on-premises c o n s u m p t i o n . LITTLE CALF LLC 129 E 60TH ST NEW YORK, NY 10022

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Notice of Formation of PERRY STREET 2 LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 11/22/21. O f f ice location: N Y County. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 3 47 5th Ave . , S te . 300, NY, NY 10016 . Purpose: Any lawful activity. Notice of Formation of PERRY STREET 3 LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 11/22/21. O f f ice location: N Y County. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 3 47 5th Ave . , S te . 300, NY, NY 10016 . Purpose: Any lawful activity. Notice of Formation of PERRY STREET 4 LLC Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY ) on 11/22/21. O f f ice location: N Y County. SSNY designated a s a g e n t o f L LC upon whom process agains t it may b e served. SSNY shall mail process to the LLC, 3 47 5th Ave . , S te . 300, NY, NY 10016 . Purpose: Any lawful activity. NOTICE OF FORMATION OF 34th Street Care Investors LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the Secretary of State of NY (SSNY ) on 08/03/2022. Office location: KINGS County. SSNY has been designated as agent upon whom process against it may be served. The Post Office address to which the SSNY shall mail a copy of any process against the LLC served upon them is: c/o Rivkin Radler LLP, 926 RXR Plaza, Uniondale, NY 11556. Purpose: any lawful act or activity.

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NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING AS OWNERS OF CERTAIN UNCLAIMED PROPERTY HELD BY CHARLES SCHWAB BANK (888) 403-9000 The following persons appear from our records to be entitled to unclaimed property consisting of cash amounts of fifty dollars or more: ANN-MAY EFRAMINSEN 234 LOCUST RD YORKTOWN HGTS, NY, 10598 WESTCHESTER HEATHER ANGELINE CROCKER 2306 WILLIAM CT YORKTOWN HEIGHTS, NY, 10598-3536 WESTCHESTER DIANA E HERNANDEZ 216 PARK AVE YONKERS, NY, 10703-2662 WESTCHESTER JEFFREY DAVID HOSCHANDER 932 EILEEN TER WOODMERE, NY, 11598-1519 NASSAU WILLIAM MOK 8536 88TH STREET WOODHAVEN, NY, 11421-1307 QUEENS PEGGY DRYDEN 572 NORTH FOREST RD WILLIAMSVILLE, NY, 14221-4936 ERIE SETH BENJAMIN ROSENBERGER 9 WALWORTH TER WHITE PLAINS, NY, 10606-2705 WESTCHESTER XIAOFAN LIU 18 GLEN RD WESTBURY , NY, 11590-1643 NASSAU MELANIE A OCCHINO 38 COVE HOLW WEST SENECA, NY, 14224 ERIE WILLIAM IGNATIUS MURPHY 104 PINEWOOD DR WEST SENECA, NY, 14224-3299 ERIE AMIE RENEE WHEELER 306 NORRIS ROAD WAVERLY, NY, 14892-9773 TIOGA CAITLIN PATRICIA MCCABE 10 DWYER LANE WAPPINGERS FALLS, NY, 12590-4806 DUTCHESS NICOLE DYMPNA FROST 9 MINA DRIVE WAPPINGERS FALLS, NY, 12590-4407 DUTCHESS WESLEY JAMES MILLS 94 HILLCREST DR VICTOR, NY, 14564-1248 ONTARIO DOROTHY ELLEN YOUNG 153 ARLINGTON AVE VALLEY STREAM, NY, 11580-3044 NASSAU COSMINA LABELLA 5 S HILLS DR UTICA, NY, 13501-5856 ONEIDA

KYLA DOLAN 54 WASHINGTON ST APT 1 TUCKAHOE, NY, 10707 WESTCHESTER CHANGCUN LI 2402 21ST ST APT 5 TROY, NY, 12180 RENSSELAER INEKE S VAN DE VYVER 322 CREEKSIDE DR TONAWANDA, NY, 141501404 ERIE MELISSA FELDMANN 38 COLONIAL DRIVE TILLSON, NY, 12486-1013 ULSTER TODD MILLER 649 FELLOWS AVE SYRACUSE, NY, 13210-3107 ONONDAGA ANDREW JOHN MARTIN 80 SAGAMORE DRIVE SYOSSET, NY, 11791-1612 NASSAU NEUMANN SURVIVORS TRUST C/O ROVRKE SEAMAN LLP 6800 JERICHO TPKE STE 120W SYOSSET, NY, 11791-4445 NASSAU MEGAN RENEE DOUGLAS 4805 42ND ST APT 3H SUNNYSIDE, NY, 111043149 QUEENS KERRI LYNN FERMAN 28 GRANDVIEW AVE SUFFERN, NY, 10901-6307 ROCKLAND IVETTE MEDINA 619 TULIP AVENUE APT C4 STEWART MANOR, NY, 11530-4904 NASSAU SEEMAY ANGEL LEE 83 DENKER PLACE STATEN ISLAND, NY, 10314-6164 RICHMOND LEONID SOKOLOV 96 MULBERRY AVE STATEN ISLAND, NY, 10314-3712 RICHMOND TIFFANY EDWARDS 10 HARBOR VIEW COURT STATEN ISLAND, NY, 103012803 RICHMOND CHARLES MICHAEL MIEZEJESKI 556 COLLEGE AVE STATEN ISLAND, NY, 10302-2510 RICHMOND EMMANUEL VELEZ 109 COURSEN PL STATEN ISLAND, NY, 10304-2527 RICHMOND LORAN ELIZABETH LAMB 132 FISHER SETTLEMENT ROAD SPENCER, NY, 14883-9369 TIOGA

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JOANN OPAO BROWN 1774 LEWIS ROAD SOUTH WALES, NY, 14139-9301 ERIE JOHN R CAMMARATA REVOCABLE TRUST 20 HAZEL DRIVE SMITHTOWN, NY, 11787-4215 SUFFOLK STEPHEN HERBE 131 SAINT NICHOLAS AVE SMITHTOWN, NY, 11787-1253 SUFFOLK MATTHEW SHARPE 69 ONONDAGA ST SKANEATELES, NY, 13152-1335 ONONDAGA ELAINE J DIGALOMA 4475 SHORTSVILLE RD SHORTSVILLE, NY, 14548-9784 ONTARIO JOHN MCGINTY 55 N COUNTRY RD SHOREHAM, NY, 117861821 SUFFOLK MARGARET LORETTA KING FAY PO BOX 337 3 EAST THOMAS STREET SHELTER ISLAND, NY, 11964-0337 SUFFOLK ARPAN PODDUTURI 69 NORTH CARTWRIGHT ROAD #262 SHELTER ISLAND, NY, 11964 SUFFOLK JOSEPH FAVALORO 20 CLARK ST SELDEN, NY, 11784-2259 SUFFOLK JOHN JOSEPH FOLEY 54 SEA CLIFF AVE SEA CLIFF, NY, 115791425 NASSAU GAIL A WHITE CAPITAL LIVING CENTER 526 ALTAMONT AVE SCHENECTADY, NY, 12303-1039 SCHENECTADY MAI LEE 1079 WAVERLY PLACE SCHENECTADY, NY, 12308-3014 SCHENECTADY BERNARD H BOCHNER 2 SPRUCE LN SCARSDALE, NY, 10583-7424 WESTCHESTER LAUREN ELIZABETH LILLY 103 BROWN RD SCARSDALE, NY, 105835621 WESTCHESTER SHARON ZOFFNESS 16 BROADMOOR RD SCARSDALE, NY, 10583 WESTCHESTER SUSAN M GALARDI 12 CEDAR AVENUE SAG HARBOR, NY, 11963-1110 SUFFOLK JAYNE SNISKY 41 MEADOWLARK RD RYE BROOK, NY, 105731221 WESTCHESTER

THERESA C LIU MARITAL TRUST UT 03/10/201 135 GARDEN ST ROSLYN HEIGHTS, NY, 11577-1009 NASSAU ALEXANDER MIN-YUN LU 30 OAKWOOD CIR ROSLYN, NY, 11576-1428 NASSAU ANTHONY PIZZARELLI 117 DRISCOLL AVE ROCKVILLE CENTRE, NY, 11570-6005 NASSAU MATHEW FREDERICK FABRY 3007 EDGEMERE DR ROCHESTER, NY, 146121121 MONROE RANDY D GILL 121 ALLIANCE AVE APT 2 ROCHESTER, NY, 146201803 MONROE LONNY H DOLIN 24 BERKELEY ST ROCHESTER, NY, 146072209 MONROE PHILLIP M DAMPIER 3003 ELMWOOD AVE ROCHESTER, NY, 146182021 MONROE AARON J HECKMAN 69 MONT MORENCY DRIVE ROCHESTER, NY, 146123631 MONROE ROGER ALLAN QUON 8 MOUNT RUTSEN RD RHINEBECK, NY, 125721133 DUTCHESS CHRISTINA GAMBINO TOPPIN 233 SUGAR HILL RD REXFORD, NY, 12148-1439 SARATOGA IRVA MANDELBAUM TRUSTEE LAURA MANDELBAUM 9010 210TH ST QUEENS VILLAGE, NY, 11428-1019 QUEENS JIANGYONG WU 211 51 94TH RD QUEENS VILLAGE, NY, 11428-1626 QUEENS JINGLAI FAN 68 KING GEORGE ROAD POUGHKEEPSIE, NY, 12603-5504 DUTCHESS JIMMY LOUIE 18 MARINO AVENUE PORT WASHINGTON, NY, 11050-4208 NASSAU YU HENG LIU 85 GRAYWOOD RD PORT WASHINGTON, NY, 11050-1537 NASSAU FRAN PACE 1231 OLD COUNTRY RD PLAINVIEW, NY, 118035004 NASSAU MARGARET FLANAGAN 6 YORKSHIRE RD. PATTERSON, NY, 12563 PUTNAM

SAMANTHA A UPSHAW 24 EASTBOURNE CRESCENT PATCHOGUE, NY, 117724838 SUFFOLK THOMAS PATRICK MURRAY 6 HIGHBROOK CT ORCHARD PARK, NY, 14127-3915 ERIE BRAMH MISIR 6 HIDDEN MEADOWS ORCHARD PARK, NY, 14127-3421 ERIE SARAH E HALEY PO BOX 105 OLIVEBRIDGE, NY, 124610105 ULSTER GARY KATS 418 JORDAN ST OCEANSIDE, NY, 115724513 NASSAU SANDRA LEE 5709 226TH STREET OAKLAND GARDENS, NY, 11364-2046 QUEENS ASTRID EMEL 69-15 BELL BLVD OAKLAND GARDENS, NY, 11364-2532 QUEENS SHARI ZELEZNIK 1 DALE DRIVE OAKDALE , NY, 11769 SUFFOLK PAUL INFANTOLINO 101 VAN BOMEL BLVD OAKDALE, NY, 11769-2024 SUFFOLK MARILYN G PEARCE 2124 CAMERON AVE NO MERRICK, NY, 115662106 NASSAU VERA DINDIAL 1711 CUDABACK AVE #1141 NIAGARA FALLS, NY, 14303 NIAGARA EDWARD DEULL 812 CAYUGA DRIVE NIAGARA FALLS, NY, 14304-3461 NIAGARA SHIRLEY TRAN 320 E 35TH ST APT 7H NEW YORK CITY , NY, 10016-3708 NEW YORK PATRICIA N KURJAN REVOCABLE TRUST 375 S END AVE APT 3J NEW YORK, NY, 102801015 NEW YORK GREGORY PATON 221 E 12TH ST #5 NEW YORK, NY, 100039170 NEW YORK CHAWEY WU PO BOX 321 NEW YORK, NY, 101630321 NEW YORK AMORY PROPP 1021 PARK AVE NEW YORK, NY, 100280959 NEW YORK DAVID SILLA P.O. BOX 903 NEW YORK, NY, 102680903 NEW YORK

KAROLINA LIKHACHEV 400 W 63RD ST APT 1510 NEW YORK, NY, 10069 NEW YORK HEIDI LEFER 350 CENTRAL PARK WEST PH-A NEW YORK, NY, 100256504 NEW YORK ERIC ABRAHAMSON 215 W 98TH ST #12C NEW YORK, NY, 100255635 NEW YORK ROBERT FRANK 7 BLEECKER ST NEW YORK, NY, 100122402 NEW YORK VICTORIA KOROTEYEVA 29 CLAREMONT AVENUE, #5-S NEW YORK, NY, 100276814 NEW YORK CHRISTINE MILLER 730 W 183RD ST APT 1B NEW YORK, NY, 100335204 NEW YORK MICHAEL SKLAR CHESS 545 W END AVE APT 16B NEW YORK, NY, 100242725 NEW YORK GAIL ELIZABETH NIWA 2130 BROADWAY # 2102 NEW YORK, NY, 100231722 NEW YORK BARBARA JEAN SCOBLIC 360 EAST 72ND ST NEW YORK, NY, 100214753 NEW YORK HUEI WEN MA 41 PERRY STREET APT. 6C NEW YORK, NY, 100142707 NEW YORK KATHRYN LIZABETH KAHN 360 E 72ND ST APT 2401 NEW YORK, NY, 100214753 NEW YORK KRISTIN M PARR 336 EAST 94TH ST. APT 2W NEW YORK, NY, 101284714 NEW YORK ISHIKA BANSAL 139 E 35TH ST APT 9D NEW YORK, NY, 100164115 NEW YORK KAIA E SIMMONS 216 WEST 22ND STREET APT 2FW NEW YORK, NY, 100112717 NEW YORK SEAN O’ROURKE 647 W 174TH ST APT 2C NEW YORK, NY, 100337715 NEW YORK ROBERT THATCHER SHULTZ 195 E. 4TH STREET. APT # GR NEW YORK, NY, 10009 NEW YORK SAMUEL JONATHAN HERMANN 530 W 47TH ST APT 3A NEW YORK, NY, 10036 NEW YORK


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ANTONY DEMEKHIN 30 EAST 14TH STREET 2C NEW YORK, NY, 10003-3108 NEW YORK EUN BI KIM 330 THIRD AVENUE, APT. 6L NEW YORK, NY, 10010-3711 NEW YORK JASON SHIM HUANG 230 RIVERSIDE DRIVE 1B NEW YORK, NY, 10025-6131 NEW YORK HALEY BRUCE 172 PRINCE ST #3A NEW YORK, NY, 10012 NEW YORK MARK M HUANG 350 W 50TH ST APT 5Z NEW YORK, NY, 10019-6670 NEW YORK EDWIN CABA 75 MONGOMERY ST 3E NEW YORK, NY, 10002 NEW YORK BING XIU VENETIA SHIO 592 FIFTH AVENUE 10TH FL NEW YORK, NY, 10036-4707 NEW YORK MANUEL ARROYO 150 E 39TH ST 802 NEW YORK, NY, 10016-0944 NEW YORK KI M UM 250 E 30TH ST APT 8E NEW YORK, NY, 10016 NEW YORK JAMES T JENSEN 110 BLEECKER ST APT 28D NEW YORK, NY, 10012-2107 NEW YORK KATHERINE MARY SELWAY 131 W 110TH ST APT 3H NEW YORK, NY, 10026-4205 NEW YORK MEERA SITARAM 175 WEST 95TH STREET #4G NEW YORK, NY, 10025-7088 NEW YORK ALISON ABOVSKY 201 E 66TH ST APT 17A NEW YORK, NY, 10065 NEW YORK ANDREW CHEUNG 157 CHRYSTIE ST APT 5 NEW YORK, NY, 10002-2836 NEW YORK LORIANN MARIE DOOLEY 207 W 10TH ST APT 3C NEW YORK, NY, 10014-2928 NEW YORK ALAN SHIKOWITZ 10 LISA LANE NEW CITY NEW YORK, NY, 10956-2611 NEY YORK SAM ASHLEY 10 BEACH STREET NEW YORK, NY, 10013-9034 NEW YORK DAVID S GIBSON DE SHAW 120 W 45TH NEW YORK, NY, 10036 NEW YORK RIA DUTTA 271 W 47TH ST APT 23E NEW YORK, NY, 10036-1447 NEW YORK ERIN ALTHAUS 509 WEST 150TH APT 3 NEW YORK, NY, 10031 NEW YORK AUSTIN CHU 330 THIRD AVENUE, APT. 6L NEW YORK, NY, 10010-3711 NEW YORK EMIKO CLARK 27 E 13TH ST APT 7J NEW YORK, NY, 10003-4462 NEW YORK

STACEY A STRAND 225 WEST END AVE APT 27 NEW YORK, NY, 10023-3644 NEW YORK SAMUEL DAVID SACKS 1801 7TH AVE APT 4D NEW YORK, NY, 10026 NEW YORK KELLY JEAN SOUZA 105 W 29TH ST APT 51E NEW YORK, NY, 10001-5748 NEW YORK FEDERICO D’EAUBONNE VEGA 145 W 78TH ST. NEW YORK, NY, 10024 NEW YORK DAN SPORN 88 BLEECKER ST NEW YORK, NY, 10012 NEW YORK REGINA BERG 2373 BROADWAY APT 1132 NEW YORK, NY, 10024-2838 NEW YORK GAIL H ROSENKRANTZ 225 E 46TH ST APT 6L NEW YORK, NY, 10017-2922 NEW YORK ANDREW NIELSEN 227 E 96TH ST APT 2RW NEW YORK, NY, 10128-3731 NEW YORK SERENA DANYING WU 135 E 54TH ST APT 5L NEW YORK, NY, 10022-4565 NEW YORK IAN DEZEN 325 E 41ST ST APT 501 NEW YORK, NY, 10017-5917 NEW YORK ZACHARY MINOR 260 CONVENT AVENUE APT 62 NEW YORK, NY, 10031-9121 NEW YORK HAYLEY H. SARNO 13 E 16TH ST FL 7 NEW YORK, NY, 10003-3114 NEW YORK JAMES LAM 135 W. 70TH ST. APT 4F NEW YORK, NY, 10023-4459 NEW YORK MARGARET RUSH MCLAUGHLIN 332 E 67TH STREET #20 NEW YORK, NY, 10065-6282 NEW YORK HA THANH THAN 170 E 87TH ST APT W14H NEW YORK, NY, 10128-2238 NEW YORK ERIC M JETT 59 W 12TH ST APT 2D NEW YORK, NY, 10011-8533 NEW YORK NAVIN KUMAR 24 E 73RD ST 3 FR NEW YORK, NY, 10021-4172 NEW YORK CHARLES S DE SEGUNDO 25 N MOORE ST APT 5A NEW YORK, NY, 10013-2461 NEW YORK ALEXANDER G DOTOV 240 E HOUSTON ST APT 3C NEW YORK, NY, 10002-1035 NEW YORK JANET HEE-JUNG KIM 1330 5TH AVE APT 3J NEW YORK, NY, 10026-3913 NEW YORK DAVID TATTERSALL 236 EAST 6TH ST APT 1E NEW YORK, NY, 10003-8235 NEW YORK JEAN DONALDSON 1321 THIRD AVENUE #4A NEW YORK, NY, 10021 NEW YORK

JOEL LANSBURGH HOCHMAN 305 E 24TH ST, #2C NEW YORK, NY, 100104021 NEW YORK NELLIE SOULEIMANOVA 211 WEST 56TH ST APT 36 # G NEW YORK, NY, 10019 NEW YORK ANTONIOS SARAVANOS 225 E 95TH ST APT 23B NEW YORK, NY, 101284007 NEW YORK SOPHIA JULES DEZEN 34 W 76TH ST APT 4A NEW YORK, NY, 100231589 NEW YORK MITRA ANOUSHIRAVANI 260 W 26TH ST APT 7I NEW YORK, NY, 100010133 NEW YORK FEI SUN 210 W 16TH ST APT 5F NEW YORK, NY, 100116132 NEW YORK JONATHAN C TELLER 39 W 32ND ST RM 1603 NEW YORK, NY, 100013839 NEW YORK MONA IRIS GELLER 210 E 68TH ST APT 10F NEW YORK, NY, 100656025 NEW YORK ELISHA AHARON 41 E 19TH ST APT 4 NEW YORK, NY, 100031340 NEW YORK HOLLY ALYCIA HAYNES 248 E 111TH ST APT 4B NEW YORK, NY, 100292944 NEW YORK EDWARD SCHMIDT 1040 5TH AVENUE APARTMENT 14A NEW YORK, NY, 10028 NEW YORK HANNAH ELIZABETH BURGESS 330W 56TH STREET APT 9C NEW YORK, NY, 100194215 NEW YORK THOMAS OLIVER BLACKMON JR 56 MOTT ST APT 13 NEW YORK, NY, 100134814 NEW YORK THERESA CAROL MUELLER 456 WASHINGTON ST APT 3L NEW YORK, NY, 100131495 NEW YORK KEVIN C KUO 150 ORCHARD ST APT 4B NEW YORK, NY, 100028604 NEW YORK MATTHEW JAMES WRIGLEY 180 RIVERSIDE BLVD APT 10D NEW YORK, NY, 100690808 NEW YORK DEVON MADELYN RUPLEY 310 W 18TH ST APT 5C NEW YORK, NY, 10011 NEW YORK

CHRISTOPHER MICHAEL THOMAS 330 E 119TH ST APT 2B NEW YORK, NY, 100354287 NEW YORK FELIX GADDIEL LOPEZ 568 GRAND ST APT J1904 NEW YORK, NY, 100022755 NEW YORK GREGG W LEFEVRE 27 BLEECKER ST 1B NEW YORK, NY, 10012 NEW YORK BENJAMIN BURNETT GLERUM 215 E 68TH ST APT 9K NEW YORK, NY, 100655711 NEW YORK JOHN C. GRAF 1 LIBERTY PLAZA NEW YORK, NY, 10006 NEW YORK SANDRA R SCHOEM 321 AVENUE C APT 3-B NEW YORK, NY, 100091643 NEW YORK FELIX CASTILLO 1924 2ND AVENUE 1G NEW YORK, NY, 100296317 NEW YORK RONALD SCOTT TEMPLE 150 COLUMBUS AVE APT 9A NEW YORK, NY, 100235966 NEW YORK RYAN GREGORY NITZ 2 WATER ST APT 12H NEW YORK, NY, 100048803 NEW YORK CAROL SOBEL 171 W 71 ST APT 8D NEW YORK, NY, 100233801 NEW YORK BRENT F SIKKEMA 263 9TH AVE APT 8C NEW YORK, NY, 100016607 NEW YORK HENRY WAI 444 2ND AVE APT 31H NEW YORK, NY, 100102531 NEW YORK CHRISTOPHER DANIEL MOSS 71 5TH AVE FL 3 NEW YORK, NY, 100033004 NEW YORK NELL MARY OKULA 65 W 13TH ST APT 9C NEW YORK, NY, 10011 NEW YORK ALEXANDRA ABEL 215 E 77TH STREET APT. 5D NEW YORK, NY, 100752116 NEW YORK LINDA VUU 205 EAST 95TH STREET APT 31C NEW YORK, NY, 101284075 NEW YORK ASHLEY N BADGER WAKEFIELD 150 E 18TH ST APT 6K NEW YORK, NY, 100032450 NEW YORK

ANTONELLA MARINI 66 OVERLOOK TER APT 4F NEW YORK, NY, 100403825 NEW YORK ADITYA BINDRA 440 WEST 47TH STREET APT 2C NEW YORK, NY, 100362361 NEW YORK ARCHIE JONES 410 W 24TH ST APT 14K NEW YORK, NY, 10011 NEW YORK JONATHAN VALENTI 325 E 41ST ST APT 1002 NEW YORK, NY, 100175918 NEW YORK YAZEN ALKHOURI 351 WEST 14TH STREET 14 NEW YORK, NY, 100145017 NEW YORK MAXINE DAVIDOWITZ APT. 13F 915 WESTEND AVE. NEW YORK, NY, 10025 NEW YORK JOANNA L LAWRENCE 64 HARTH DR NEW WINDSOR, NY, 12553-7426 ORANGE KASHEIK WINT 26 COLIGNI AVE APT 31 NEW ROCHELLE, NY, 10801-2642 WESTCHESTER RONI MATSUUCHI 46 ALLEN ST NEW HYDE PARK, NY, 11040-2429 NASSAU SALVATORE SPAGNOLO 115 BREGMAN AVENUE NEW HYDE PARK, NY, 11040-2012 NASSAU MURRAY SALES LIVING TRUST 30 PARK AVE APT 3R MOUNT VERNON, NY, 10550-2141 POSEY MICHAEL DONATO 17 FRANCIS DRIVE MONTROSE, NY, 105481302 WESTCHESTER STANLEY DAQUIN 65 ROBERT PITT DR APT 65G MONSEY, NY, 10952 ROCKLAND YOEL MITTELMAN 7 SCHUNNEMUNK RD UNIT 302 MONROE, NY, 10950-6264 ORANGE DAN ZHAO 2088 2ND AVENUE MERRICK, NY, 11566-2429 NASSAU MADELINE BIRD 31 NORTH STREET MARCELLUS, NY, 131081228 ONONDAGA VICTOR NGAI-HOU LEUNG 15 CLARIDGE CIRCLE MANHASSET, NY, 110303928 NASSAU TRISHA GARCIA 269 VINCENT AVE. LYNBROOK, NY, 115632119 NASSAU

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JEFFREY YAN 160 SCRANTON AVE LYNBROOK, NY, 115632814 NASSAU RIZI ZHENG 4615 CENTER BLVD APT 1001 LONG ISLAND CITY, NY, 11109-5751 NASSAU EUGENE SCHMIEGEL 4971 WINDGATE RD LIVERPOOL, NY, 13088 ONONDAGA MINAI XUAN 6032 255TH ST LITTLE NECK, NY, 113622439 QUEENS LINDA BELLO 17 KANE ST 2ND FLOOR LINDENHURST, NY, 117573453 SUFFOLK GEORGE R MCEVOY 2893 CLAY ST LIMA, NY, 14485-9627 LIVINGSTON ANTHONY M GATTO 496 MORGAN DR LEWISTON, NY, 140921106 NIAGARA LINDA CSEPEK SKELLY 465 MANSFIELD AVENUE LEVITTOWN, NY, 117565615 NASSAU KARA JILL LINN 6446 COVE RD TRLR 12 LEE CENTER, NY, 133632810 ONEIDA GEORGE N BELOKOPITSKY 14 CATHERINE PLACE LATHAM, NY, 12110-5204 ALBANY MARK CALVIN SMITH MARK C. SMITH ESQ 104 KNOWLTON AVE KENMORE, NY, 142172723 ERIE XIANG BIN KONG 59 ORCHARD HILL RD KATONAH, NY, 10536-3023 WESTCHESTER NADER BOLOURCHI 6181 WATERLOO RD JAMESVILLE, NY, 130786408 ONONDAGA KATY LI 3564 89TH ST APT 2C JACKSON HEIGHTS, NY, 11372-5743 QUEENS CHARLES JOSEPH KNIPE 22-03 75 STREET JACKSON HEIGHTS, NY, 11370-1111 QUEENS NICHOLAS LAHR 323 WINTHROP DR. ITHACA, NY, 14850-1736 TOMPKINS JAMES M SONSIRE 30 ARDON DR HORSEHEADS, NY, 148451655 CHEMUNG MARCUS KOLBER 7 JONATHAN COURT HIGHLAND, NY, 125282314 ULSTER SERGEY KHALADZINSKI 55 DURHAM RD HEWLETT, NY, 11557-1537 NASSAU


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ABRAHAM C PERL 315 DAUB AVENUE HEWLETT, NY, 11557-1104 NASSAU ANNA LANDRESS KARMEL 26 HOPKE AVE HASTINGS ON HUDSON, NY, 10706-2310 WESTCHESTER VICTORIA KARON HUNT 161 TOMPKINS AVE HASTINGS ON HUDSON, NY, 10706-4024 WESTCHESTER MICHAEL LEE 68 E HARTSDALE AVE APT 6J HARTSDALE, NY, 105302744 WESTCHESTER WILLIAM S BAMFORD 38 WOODVIEW CT HAMBURG, NY, 14075-6218 ERIE YOONSUN REBECCA CHOI 53 UPLAND ROAD GREAT NECK, NY, 110201133 NASSAU KENNETH COSI 12 RAVINE RD GREAT NECK, NY, 110231712 NASSAU MARK IAN SOREL 98 WINKLER DR GRAND ISLAND, NY, 140722216 ERIE ALANNA MIGLIACCI 4 GREENWOOD DRIVE GOSHEN, NY, 10924-2516 ORANGE SEAN JOSEPH CAMPBELL 11 WASHINGTON AVE GLEN HEAD, NY, 11545 NASSAU TERENCE DIGAN 65 3RD ST GARDEN CITY, NY, 115304311 NASSAU STEPHEN H ENG 6952 199TH ST FRESH MEADOWS, NY, 11365 QUEENS PEILI JIN 71-38 163RD ST #1 FRESH MEADOWS, NY, 11365-4217 QUEENS GRACE DANIEL 224 SOUTH LONGBEACH AVE FREEPORT, NY, 11520-4338 NASSAU ADAM WEIR 66-22 FLEET ST #1-0 FOREST HILLS, NY, 11375 QUEENS ANUPAMA RAMBARAN 11007 73RD RD APT 5E FOREST HILLS, NY, 113756304 QUEENS CHIH HUAI HSU 14251 HORACE HARDING EXPY EXPRESSWAY FLUSHING, NY, 11367-1242 QUEENS WA TINA TSANG 13739 45TH AVE APT 12B FLUSHING, NY, 11355-4152 QUEENS YUENKA VIVIAN LO 6417 137 STREET FLUSHING, NY, 11367-1115 QUEENS

IRIS HAREL 141-38 71 RD FLUSHING, NY, 11367-1945 QUEENS JESSICA LIM 140-06 33RD AVE 4A FLUSHING, NY, 11354-3279 QUEENS GILA Y LAMB 137-51 75TH RD FLUSHING, NY, 11367-2815 QUEENS GUOHUA FENG 144-24 37TH AVE, APT 5B FLUSHING, NY, 11354-5906 QUEENS PAUL L WANKMULLER 38-20 BOWNE ST APT 1021 FLUSHING, NY, 11354-5624 QUEENS CHRISTY LAU 140-24 OAK AVENUE FLOOR 1 FLUSHING, NY, 11355 QUEENS TSUE MIN YAU 142-30 SANFORD AVE APT 5E FLUSHING, NY, 11355-8022 QUEENS JASMINE GILMORE 7 GLEN AVE FARMINGVILLE, NY, 117382213 SUFFOLK BETTIE PADGETT YOUNG PO BOX 900494 FAR ROCKAWAY, NY, 116900494 QUEENS CLAUDE A MARINI 26 SANIBEL DRIVE FAIRPORT, NY, 14450-8619 MONROE WILLIAM R FANNING 30 EAST ST APT 2 FAIRPORT, NY, 14450-1533 MONROE STACY LYNN STEVENS 28 KELLOGG RD ERIN, NY, 14838-9752 CHEMUNG RICARDO S WILLIAMS 302 NORFELD BLVD ELMONT, NY, 11003-3641 NASSAU MEI-CHIAO CHIU 83-06 VIETOR AVE APT 3E ELMHURST, NY, 11373-3203 QUEENS YU YAMAKI 48-16 92ND STREET 1 ELMHURST, NY, 11373 QUEENS RAMDIHAL MONGRU 9461 44TH AVENUE ELMHURST, NY, 11373 QUEENS DANIKA L CONOLLY P.O. BOX 988 ELLICOTTVILLE, NY, 147310988 CATTARAUGUS THIRUMALINI VAITHIANATHAN 320 OLD TOWN ROAD EAST SETAUKET, NY, 117333447 SUFFOLK JAMES P FINN 19 ALMA LN EAST NORTHPORT, NY, 11731-3708 SUFFOLK ANDREW CABASSO 104 NORTON DR EAST NORTHPORT, NY, 11731 SUFFOLK

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JENNIFER SARAH MITNICK 767 WENWOOD DR EAST MEADOW, NY, 11554-4942 NASSAU ANTHONY C BROWN 3 CLOVER LEAF LN EAST HAMPTON, NY, 11937-2823 SUFFOLK SEBASTIAN CORDOBA 2221 92ND ST EAST ELMHURST, NY, 11369-1116 QUEENS LEWIS URENA 3223 90TH STREET APT 403 EAST ELMHURST, NY, 11369-2303 QUEENS JOHN M TOBIN 24 GREENLEAF DR DELMAR, NY, 12054-2112 ALBANY KELLEY ELIZABETH POWERS 249 TURNBULL RD DELANSON, NY, 120532207 SCHENECTADY KRISTEN A PARETI 32 WILD BIRCH FARMS CORTLANDT MANOR, NY, 10567-1445 WESTCHESTER DORAN A CHAN 3505 109 STREET 3F CORONA, NY, 11368 QUEENS MCKENZIE E CERRONE 8080 COLE RD COLDEN, NY, 14033-9731 ERIE SUSAN KIMBALL 256 LAPP RD CLIFTON PARK, NY, 12065-6016 SARATOGA ROBIN L RICHARDSON 2202 CONLEY RD CHITTENANGO, NY, 13037-9722 MADISON MATTHEW KELLY MERCER 761 KING ST CHAPPAQUA, NY, 105143810 WESTCHESTER PRITAM CHATTOPADHYAY 197 HAWTHORNE AVENUE APP #43 CENTRAL ISLIP, NY, 11722 SUFFOLK SARA ELIZABETH BOYLE 34 RIDGEFIELD RD CENTERPORT, NY, 117211506 SUFFOLK SHEILA MERLIN BUCKLE 11415 FRANCIS LEWIS BLVD CAMBRIA HEIGHTS, NY, 11411 QUEENS GERALD P RADZIMSKI 715 DELAWARE AVE APT 603 BUFFALO, NY, 14209-2232 ERIE MOYUKH SEN 79 INWOOD PL BUFFALO, NY, 14209-1022 ERIE OLIVIA G NESNAY 75 RALPH AVE APT 2D BROOKLYN , NY, 11221 KINGS

MEGAN J FLEMING 1218 CARROLL ST BROOKLYN , NY, 11225 KINGS EDWIN SUAZO 2946 WEST 23RD STREET APT 2E BROOKLYN , NY, 11224 KINGS MARY TAVOUKJIAN 9229 SHORE RD. APT. 4B BROOKLYN, NY, 10209 KINGS ROSA GENTILE 1515 WEST 2ND ST. BROOKLYN, NY, 11204 KINGS SEAN LAVERNE 250 OCEAN PARKWAY APT 2A BROOKLYN, NY, 112183250 KINGS STEPHEN MOSS 4520 12TH AVE APT F8 BROOKLYN, NY, 112192213 KINGS VINH THANH MAC 6410 15TH AVE BROOKLYN, NY, 112195701 KINGS MARC MENSCHEL 34 PLAZA ST E APT 907 BROOKLYN, NY, 112385059 KINGS NEEMA ALLAMEHZADEH 75 VERONA STREET BROOKLYN, NY, 112311612 KINGS SIMONA VASSILEVA POPVASSILEV 151 POWERS ST BROOKLYN, NY, 11211 KINGS ERIC WESLEY BOLYARD 15 DUNHAM PL APT 8J BROOKLYN, NY, 112495808 KINGS EUGENE PLOTKIN 1824 E 17TH ST APT 5A BROOKLYN, NY, 11229 KINGS JENNIFER ZHAO 352 BERGEN STREET APT. 1 BROOKLYN, NY, 112171910 KINGS CAROLE ORLENE BRANDFORD 368 CUMBERLAND ST BROOKLYN, NY, 112381537 KINGS BRENDA THNG 36 LINDEN ST 8A BROOKLYN, NY, 112213785 KINGS MIGUEL ANGEL JURADO 515 BLAKE AVENUE A304 BROOKLYN, NY, 112072010 KINGS JOSH MOSER 22 N 6TH ST APT 8N BROOKLYN, NY, 112493082 KINGS ANN LI 162 MONROE ST. BROOKLYN, NY, 11216-1312 KINGS

LEVI SUDAK 675 EMPIRE BLVD APT 6C BROOKLYN, NY, 112135859 KINGS BIK KAY NG 21 BAY 41ST STREET FL 2 BROOKLYN, NY, 112144420 KINGS LAUREN ANN BROWN 100 STERLING PL APT 2A BROOKLYN, NY, 112173324 KINGS TAKAMASA OTA 217 E 7TH ST APT 7L BROOKLYN, NY, 112182636 KINGS MARTIN GONZALEZ CABELLO 55 HOPE ST APT 402 BROOKLYN, NY, 11211 KINGS CAROLYN Y BRATNOBER 105 LINCOLN RD, APT 4G BROOKLYN, NY, 112254080 KINGS AMANDA ADAKU UGORJI 288 SMITH ST APT 2 BROOKLYN, NY, 11231 KINGS CARRIE ELGIN SCHWARTZ 180 MONTAGUE ST APT 23A BROOKLYN, NY, 112013622 KINGS JANNETTE NICOLE PINSON 287 PROSPECT PARK W, #2 BROOKLYN, NY, 11215 KINGS CHRISTOPHER WILLIAM ANDERSON 301 SACKETT ST APT 3F BROOKLYN, NY, 112316190 KINGS YINGKUN LU 1868 64TH STREET APT. 1R BROOKLYN, NY, 112042924 KINGS TRACEY JINDYEH 559 BAY RIDGE AVE BROOKLYN, NY, 112206002 KINGS FLORENCE LEUNG 2484 84TH STREET, FL 2 BROOKLYN, NY, 11214 KINGS LAWRENCE YU HAY WAN 505 LAFAYETTE AVE APT 1C BROOKLYN, NY, 112054940 KINGS LANTHY TRUONG 282 S 5TH ST APT 9G BROOKLYN, NY, 11211 KINGS CAMILA MILLER GELD 2 NORTHSIDE PIERS 11K BROOKLYN, NY, 112494091 KINGS YING PING HUANG 1768 E 13 STREET APT 5B BROOKLYN, NY, 11229 KINGS

TERRY FREDDIE CAMPBELL 100 CLAY ST APT 4R BROOKLYN, NY, 112221138 KINGS KEVIN LU LEE 1119 55TH ST BROOKLYN, NY, 112192768 KINGS STEPHEN VICTOR MORRISON 222 E 8TH ST. APT 3C BROOKLYN, NY, 112183340 KINGS WILLIAMINA MAYLAND ELLIS 139 SKILLMAN AVE BROOKLYN, NY, 112116869 KINGS AHRON MICHEL PLOTSKER 3124 AVENUE J BROOKLYN, NY, 112103836 KINGS JESSICA AINLAY 705 CARROLL ST APT 2R BROOKLYN, NY, 112152132 KINGS ZOE LEA SANDERS 1 NORTHSIDE PIERS APT 5C BROOKLYN, NY, 112493183 KINGS SEPTEMBER HARGROVE 834 STERLING PL APT 205 BROOKLYN, NY, 112164976 KINGS LESLIE BULLER 321 GREENE AVENUE, APARTMENT 4 BROOKLYN, NY, 112386299 KINGS DANA LESLIE SEAY 46 WOODHULL ST APT 2 BROOKLYN, NY, 112312602 KINGS TAREK EL TORGOMAN 20 JUDGE ST APT 2L BROOKLYN, NY, 112113832 KINGS ROBERT ALAN HACKIMER JR 262 TAAFFE PL APT 312 BROOKLYN, NY, 112054377 KINGS YAEL LEVINE 169 HALSEY STREET 2F BROOKLYN, NY, 112162103 KINGS DANIEL LEONARD HORWITZ 468 13TH STREET BROOKLYN, NY, 11215 KINGS ROSIN MARY DENNESS 107 3RD ST APT 5 BROOKLYN, NY, 112314980 KINGS VICTORIA ELIZABETH KRUEGER 116 FORT GREENE PLACE APT 1 BROOKLYN, NY, 11217 KINGS


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JOHN NICHOLAS PEARCE 350 LINCOLN PL, APT 4Q BROOKLYN, NY, 11238-5843 KINGS PRIYAL VIJAY UPADHYAY 86 FLEET PL APT 5N BROOKLYN, NY, 11201 KINGS NED GUSICK 407 3RD ST APT 4 BROOKLYN, NY, 11215-2887 KINGS KATHERINE FREY ROCHLIN 101 BEDFORD AVENUE B-710 BROOKLYN, NY, 11211-3369 KINGS SHUI LIAN OU 25 BOERUM STREET APT 1J BROOKLYN, NY, 11206-2336 KINGS KEITH AVERY HONIG 253 N 8TH ST APT 2R BROOKLYN, NY, 11211 KINGS NOAH JAMES SPENCER 733 LAFAYETTE AVE APT 4A BROOKLYN, NY, 11221-5595 KINGS BRIAN FOSHEE 82 ST NICHOLAS AVE APT 3R BROOKLYN, NY, 11237-3443 KINGS JIAHAO CHEN 1729 78TH ST APT 2R BROOKLYN, NY, 11214-1126 KINGS ALEXANDER SHULMAN 1270 E. 31ST BROOKLYN, NY, 11210-4741 KINGS DILLON T ERB 232 TAAFFE PL 202A BROOKLYN, NY, 11205-4396 KINGS JONATHAN PAUL COWLEY 160 22ND STREET APT 1 BROOKLYN, NY, 11232 KINGS MICHAEL THOMPSON 379 EAST 58TH STREET BROOKLYN, NY, 11203-5436 KINGS

Notice of Formation of 612 E AST MAIN STREET, LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 6/ 2 9/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location: Wayne. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 11 6 0 - A PI T T S F O R D VICTOR ROAD, PITTSFORD, NY, 14534. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of DECP, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/05/2022.Of fice location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 892 PARK PL, BROOKLYN, NY, 11216. Any lawful purpose.

ALLY WU 1834 E 31ST ST BROOKLYN, NY, 11234-4440 KINGS SEAN PATRICK LYONS JR 20 GOODWIN PL APT 1F BROOKLYN, NY, 11221-3794 KINGS JOHN E CARR 388 BRIDGE ST APT 17H BROOKLYN, NY, 11201-5273 KINGS ANDREW CHAN 54 AVENUE T BROOKLYN, NY, 11223-3502 KINGS ABHIJITH SETTIPALLI 109 N 8TH ST APT 4L BROOKLYN, NY, 11249 KINGS JOSHUA HOFFMAN 553 MEEKER AVE APT 2RT BROOKLYN, NY, 11222 KINGS JENNIFER KANJANA 32 MESEROLE ST APT 2 BROOKLYN, NY, 11206-1956 KINGS KEVIN GREENE 651 VANDERBILT ST APT 3J BROOKLYN, NY, 11218 KINGS SHAWN LIU 610 WARREN ST APT 4A BROOKLYN, NY, 11217 KINGS EMIR ZUKIC 658 CARROL ST. #3C BROOKLYN, NY, 11215 KINGS MAUREEN SULLIVAN 949 PALMER RD APT 4J BRONXVILLE, NY, 107083529 WESTCHESTER JEISON D. SANCHEZ 2545 SEDGWICK AVE APT 3D BRONX, NY, 10468-3803 BRONX GEMORE DAVE SMITH 100 22 DONIZETTI PL APT 22A BRONX, NY, 10475 BRONX

Notice of Formation of YANG 56TH STREET LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 8 /0 3/2 0 2 2 . Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 901 5 6 T H S T R EE T, 1S T FLOOR, BROOKLYN, NY, 11219. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 161 NASSAU LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/26/2022. Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 161 NASSAU AVE, BROOKLYN, NY, 11222. Any law ful purpose.

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ALEX N AGYEI 2364 TIEBOUT AVE 2D BRONX, NY, 10458-7329 BRONX THE DORIS N HARRIETT REV LIVING TRUST 3901 SECOR AVE BRONX, NY, 10466-2409 BRONX JOSEPH AMPOFO TWUMASI-ANKRAH 2220 E TREMONT AVE APT 2A BRONX, NY, 10462-6317 BRONX DENISE CELESTINO 140 EINSTEIN LOOP APT 10A BRONX, NY, 10475 BRONX ROGELIO RODRIGUEZ JR 785 FAIRMOUNT PL BRONX, NY, 10460-4126 BRONX EGBERT AWAI 2441 THROOP AVE BRONX, NY, 10469-5713 BRONX DAVID J LEVINE 1619 KENNELLWORTH PL BRONX, NY, 10465-1011 BRONX JACK LIGHT 3718 HENRY HUDSON PKWY APT 608 BRONX, NY, 10463-1502 BRONX DIANA PAULINO 50 E 168TH ST 614 BRONX, NY, 10452-7910 BRONX ALEEF RAHMAN 1626 MAYFLOWER AVE BRONX, NY, 10461-4818 BRONX GABRIEL FIGUEROA 778 MORRIS PARK AVE 36 BRONX, NY, 10462 BRONX SUSAN TYLER JOHNSON 115 SCARBOROUGH ROAD BRIARCLIFF MANOR, NY, 10510-2005 WESTCHESTER

Notice of Formation of ZSTACHURA LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 2 9/ 2 0 2 2 . O f f i c e location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 38 RICHARDSON ST. APT 3, BROOKLYN, NY, 11211. Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of 933 XYZ REALTY LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 08/02/2022. Office location Bronx SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be s e r ve d S S N Y m a i l process to 933 E 217TH ST, BRONX, NY, 10469. Any law ful purpose.

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MORGEN JANNA BECK 212 BEACH 136 STREET BELLE HARBOR, NY, 11694 QUEENS KIMBERLY ANN WALKER 485 HARRIS RD BEDFORD HILLS, NY, 10507-2408 WESTCHESTER WILLIAM COHEN 118 BABBITT RD BEDFORD HILLS, NY, 10507-1903 WESTCHESTER AVALON NICOLE SIEGEL 58-03 218TH ST BAYSIDE, NY, 11364-1915 QUEENS SHARON HOM 16-22 215TH STREET BAYSIDE, NY, 11360-1225 QUEENS JIAXING WU 4513 202ND ST BAYSIDE, NY, 11361-3032 QUEENS JESSICA SUSAN MCNEILL 1310 POTTER BLVD BAY SHORE, NY, 117064804 SUFFOLK SANGITA VERMA 221 WINSPEAR LANE BALDWINSVILLE, NY, 13027-9691 ONONDAGA JOSEPH JAMES NIGRO 88 CHEROKEE LN AVERILL PARK, NY, 120186012 RENSSELAER MICHELE ETCHEBERRY 31-68 34TH STREET APT. B3 ASTORIA, NY, 11106-1750 QUEENS ALEXANDER SIDORENKO 16 SUNRISE DR ARMONK, NY, 10504 WESTCHESTER MARY ANN CARRICK 321 TOMPKINS RD ANCRAM, NY, 12502-5374 COLUMBIA

PRANAY SRIVASTAVA MD 34 DOGWOOD ROAD ALBERTSON, NY, 115071027 NASSAU LEONA D JOCHNOWITZ 116 EUCLID AVE ALBANY, NY, 12203 ALBANY MICHELLE BETTY ENG 25B PINE LN APT 5 ALBANY, NY, 12203-4443 ALBANY ANTHONY LOBKO 19 HOMESTEAD ST FLOOR 1 ALBANY, NY, 12203-3232 ALBANY TINA MESITI-CEAS 100 HURON ST. ALBANY, NY, 12203 ALBANY GREGORY DANIEL HOUSE 21 OXFORD RD ALBANY, NY, 12203-3005 ALBANY PASCHALIA MARIA MOUNTZIARIS 255 PATROON CREEK BLVD APT 3348 ALBANY, NY, 12206-5034 ALBANY

Notice of Formation of ALMONTE P S YC H O T H E R A P Y, LCSW, PLLC. Ar ts .O f Org. filed with SSNY on 07/29/2022. Office location: Bronx SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 855 FOX STREET, , APT 7, BRONX, N Y, 10459. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of 228 WEST 52ND STREET LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 6/ 2 9/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 10 E 40TH ST, STE 17, NEW YORK, NY, 10016. Any lawful purpose.

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A REPORT OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY WILL BE MADE TO THE COMPTROLLER OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, PURSUANT TO ARTICLE III OF THE ABANDONED PROPERTY LAW. A LIST OF THE NAMES CONTAINED IN SUCH NOTICE IS ON FILE AND OPEN TO PUBLIC INSPECTION AT THE PRINCIPAL OFFICE OF THE BANK, LOCATED AT 2360 CORPORATE CIRCLE, HENDERSON, NV 89074, WHERE SUCH ABANDONED PROPERTY IS PAYABLE. SUCH ABANDONED PROPERTY WILL BE PAID ON OR BEFORE OCTOBER 15, 2022, TO PERSONS ESTABLISHING TO ITS SATISFACTION THEIR RIGHT TO RECEIVE THE SAME. IN THE SUCCEEDING NOVEMBER, AND ON OR BEFORE THE TENTH DAY THEREOF, SUCH UNCLAIMED PROPERTY WILL BE PAID TO THE COMPTROLLER OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, AND SHALL THEREUPON CEASE TO BE LIABLE, THEREFORE. TO CLAIM YOUR FUNDS DIRECTLY FROM CHARLES SCHWAB BANK, PLEASE CONTACT (888) 403-9000 BEFORE SEPTEMBER 15, 2022. CHARLES SCHWAB BANK, P.O. BOX 982605, EL PASO, TX 79998-2605

Notice of Formation of 152 WYCKOFF LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 08/04/2022.Of fice location: Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 152 W YCKOFF AV E . , BROOKLYN, NY, UNITED STATES , 11237. Any lawful purpose. LEGALNOTICES@ CITYANDSTATENY.COM

Notice of Formation of 615 7 S E N T IN E L ROAD, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 2 / 1 0/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 5 WEST 37 TH STREE T, 12TH FLOOR, NEW YORK , N Y, 10018. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 61 6 3 S E NTINE L ROAD, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 2 /0 7/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 5 WEST 37 TH STREE T, 12TH FLOOR, NEW YORK , N Y, 10018. Any lawful purpose.


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Notice of Formation of 615 7 S E N T IN E L ROAD, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 2 / 1 0/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 5 WEST 37 TH STREE T, 12TH FLOOR, NEW YORK , N Y, 10018. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 61 6 3 S E NTINE L ROAD, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 2 /0 7/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 5 WEST 37 TH STREE T, 12TH FLOOR, NEW YORK , N Y, 10018. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of LINS E&R REAL ESTATE LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 02/23/2022.Office location: Richmond SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to 408 MCCL E AN AV ENUE , STATEN ISLAND, NY, 10305. Any lawful purpose. Notice is hereby given that a license, number pending, for beer, wine and liquor has been applied for by the undersigned to sell beer, wine and liquor at retail in a catering establishment under the Alcohol Beverage Control Law at 620 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10020 for onpremises consumption. 620 Venue, L.L.C. 620 Fifth Avenue, 7th Floor, New York, NY 10020 Notice of Qual. of 87-89 PEARL LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 08/05/2022. Office location: New York. LLC formed in DE on 08/05/2022. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to: 93 PE AR L S TR EE T, , SECOND FLOOR , NEW YORK, NY, 10004. Arts. of Org. filed with DE SOS . Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any law ful purpose.

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Notice of Qual. of CRESCENDO ASSET M A N A G E M E N T LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 08/02/2022. Office location: New York. LLC formed in DE on 06/21/2016. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to: 501 MADISON AVENUE, 4TH FLOOR, NEW YORK, NY, 10022. Arts. of Org. filed with DE SOS. Townsend Bldg. D o v e r, DE 19901. Any lawful purpose.

Notice of Formation of UD 46th STREET, LLC filed with SSNY on 04/23/2013. Office: NEW YORK County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 212 E 49 TH STREET, NEW YORK, NEW YORK 10017. Purpose: any law ful act or activit y.

Notice of Qual. of PH WATER STREET LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 08/05/2022. Office location: New York . LLC formed in DE on 08/05/2022. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to: 93 PEARL STREE T, , SECOND FLOOR , NEW YORK, NY, 10004. Ar ts . of Org. filed with DE SOS. Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any lawful purpose.

RICHLAND COUNTY 181 West Seminary Street Richland Center, WI 53581 Plaintiff Case No. 22CV72 -vsUMS VENTURES, LLC Defendant.

Notice of Qual. of AHEAD REALTY LLC. Auth. filed with SSNY on 08/05/2022. Office location: New York . LLC formed in DE on 08/05/2022. SSNY desg. as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY mail process to: 93 PEARL STREE T, , SECOND FLOOR , NEW YORK, NY, 10004. Ar ts . of Org. filed with DE SOS. Townsend Bldg. Dover, DE 19901. Any lawful purpose. Musing Studio LLC. Articles of Organization filed with the SSNY on 6/29/22. Office: Kings County. SSNY designated as agent of the LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to the LLC, 765 MacDonough St #1C Brooklyn, N Y 11233 . Purpose: Any law ful purpose.

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SUMMONS BY PUBLICATON TO: UMS Ventures, LLC A suit has been initiated against you by the Richland County in the Court of Richland County, located at 181 W. Seminary St. Richland Center, WI 53581. You have 20 days from August 15, 2022 to respond to the Complaint against you. If you do not respond, a judgment will be given to the party suing you. A copy of this Summons along with the Complaint is being mailed to you. Dated this 10th day of August, 2022. ABT LAW OFFICE, Electronically signed by: /s/ Michael S. Windle Richland County Corporation Counsel State Bar No. 1104983 210 N. Main Street P.O. Box 128 Westby, WI 54667 (608) 634-2157 Notice of Formation of ICHTHYSroe, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed SSNY on 8/5/22. Office: Richmond Co. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process may be served & mailed to: ICHTHYSroe, LLC, 344 Mountainview Ave, S I N Y 1 0314 . Purpose: Any lawful act.

NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING AS OWNERS OF CERTAIN UNCLAIMED PROPERTY HELD BY VOYA RETIREMENT INSURANCE & ANNUITY COMPANY The persons whose names and last known addresses are set forth below appear from the records of the above-named company to be entitled to abandoned property in amounts of fifty dollars or more: A REPORT OF UNCLAIMED PROPERTY HAS BEEN MADE TO THOMAS P. DENAPOLI, THE COMPTROLLER OF THE STATE OF NEW YORK, PURSUANT TO SECTION DUTCHESS 702 OF THE ABANDONED MAKIEYA THOMAS PROPERTY LAW. A LIST 223 SALISBURY TURNPIKE OF THE NAMES OF THE RHINEBECK, NY 12572 PERSONS APPEARING FROM THE RECORDS OF JEFFERSON THE SAID INSURANCE JUDITH GARRISON ESTATE COMPANY TO BE ENTITLED 35033 EDDY RD LOT 91 THERETO IS ON FILE AND THERESA, NY 13691 OPEN TO THE PUBLIC INSPECTION AT THE KINGS PRINCIPAL OFFICE OF THE ANGELA FERRON ESTATE CORPORATION LOCATED 1544 NOSTRAND AVE AT 1 ORANGE WAY, BROOKLYN, NY 11226 WINDSOR CT 06095 , WHERE SUCH ABANDONED ADA HOWARD ESTATE PROPERTY IS PAYABLE. 702 KATHLEEN PL - APT 2D SUCH ABANDONED BROOKLYN, NY 11235 PROPERTY WILL BE PAID ON OR BEFORE AUGUST NEW YORK CITY 31, 20 22 , TO PERSONS JOHN ALAVA ESTATE ESTABLISHING TO OUR 275 W 96TH ST APT 29G SATISFACTION THEIR RIGHT NEW YORK, NY 10025 TO RECEIVE THE SAME. ON OR BEFORE THE DARRYL L BRISBON ESTATE SUCCEEDING SEPTEMBER 520 W 168TH ST - APT 4B 10, 20 22 SUCH UNCLAIMED NEW YORK, NY 10032 FUNDS STILL REMAINING UNCLAIMED WILL ONONDAGA BE PAID TO THOMAS KIM CHESTNUT ESTATE P. DENAPOLI, THE 707 LODI ST APT 2 COMPTROLLER OF THE SYRACUSE, NY 13203 STATE OF NEW YORK. UPON SUCH PAYMENT JEFFREY S FALCHI THIS COMPANY SHALL NO 117 SHETLAND PL LONGER BE LIABLE FOR THE WARNERS, NY 13164 P R O P E R T Y . VOYA RETIREMENT QUEENS INSURANCE & ANNUITY MICAELA CARDONA COMPANY 8604 GRAND AVE - APT 5E ELMHURST, NY 11373 BRONX KIMBERLY HANZLIK 2036 CHATTERTON AVE BRONX, NY 10472

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Kew Gardens Apartments LLC. Authority filed SSNY 6/22/21. Office: NY Co. LLC formed DE 6/22/21. Exists in DE: c/o National Registered Agents, Inc., 1209 Orange St., Wilmington, DE 19801. SSNY designated agent upon whom process against the LLC may be served & mail to: 45 Broadway, 25th Fl., NY, NY 10006. Cert of Formation Filed: Secy. of State, Corporation D e p t . , 4 0 1 F e d e ral St., Ste. 4, Dover, DE 19901. General Purpose.

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Notice of Formation of CCA The Rise LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with NY Dept. of State: 12/21/20. Office location: NY County. Sec. of State designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served and shall mail process to: c/o Community Preservation Corp., 220 E. 42nd St., 16th Fl., NY, NY 10017, principal business address. Purpose: any law ful ac tivit y. Notice of Formation of LLFP LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 08/08/2022. Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served S SN Y mail proces s to 348 WEST 20TH STREET, NEW YORK , NY, 10011. Any lawful p u r p o s e .

Public Notice NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING AS OWNERS OF CERTAIN UNCLAIMED PROPERTY HELD BY VOYA INSTITUTIONAL TRUST COMPANY The persons whose names and last known addresses are set for th below appear from the records of the above-named company to be entitled to abandoned property in amounts of fifty dollars or more: PUTNAM KENNETH E MATTESON JR ESTATE 39 McAALPIN AVE MAHOPACRIVERHEAD, NY 10541 NASSAU SHEILA M FELDMAN 488 HUNGRY HARBOR RD VALLEY STREAM, NY 11581 SCHENECTADY WILLIAM F ALMY JR 44 ST STEPHENS LN E SCHENECTADY, NY 12302 A report of unclaimed property has been made to Thomas P. DeNapoli, the Comptroller of the State of New York , pursuant to Section 702 of the Abandoned Property Law. A list of the names of the persons appearing from the records of the said insurance company to be entitled thereto is on file and open to the public inspection at the principal office of the corporation located at 1 Orange Way, Windsor CT 06095 , where such abandoned property is payable. Such abandoned property will be paid on or before August 31, 202 2 , to persons establishing to our satisfaction their right to receive the same. On or before the succeeding September 10, 202 2 such unclaimed funds still remaining unclaimed will be paid to Thomas P. DeNapoli, the Comptroller of the State of New York. Upon such payment this company shall no longer be liable for the property. VOYA INSTITUTIONAL TRUST COMPANY LEGALNOTICES@ CITYANDSTATENY.COM


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Public Notice NOTICE OF NAMES OF PERSONS APPEARING AS OWNERS OF CERTAIN UNCLAIMED PROPERTY HELD BY RELIASTAR LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY The persons whose names and last known addresses are set for th below appear from the records of the above-named company to be entitled to abandoned property in amounts of fifty dollars or more: SUFFOLK PATRICIA WEATHERS 206 BAYBERRY PATH RIVERHEAD, NY 11901 A report of unclaimed property has been made to Thomas P. DeNapoli, the Comptroller of the State of New York , pursuant to Section 702 of the Abandoned Property Law. A list of the names of the persons appearing from the records of the said insurance company to be entitled thereto is on file and open to the public inspection at the principal office of the corporation located at 1 Orange Way, Windsor CT 06095 , where such abandoned property is payable. Such abandoned property will be paid on or before August 31, 202 2 , to persons establishing to our satisfaction their right to receive the same. On or before the succeeding September 10, 202 2 such unclaimed funds still remaining unclaimed will be paid to Thomas P. DeNapoli, the Comptroller of the State of New York. Upon such payment this company shall no longer be liable for the property. RELIASTAR LIFE INSURANCE COMPANY Notice of Formation of LEGACY DONUT 157 LLC. Arts. of Org. filed with Secy. of State of NY (SSNY) on 06/28/22. Office location: NY County. SSNY designated as agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail process to: THE LIMITED LIABILIT Y COMPANY, 240 WEST 40TH ST., NY, NY 10018. Purpose: any lawful activities.

Notice is hereby given that license number 13 4 9 3 0 3 f o r li qu o r has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a RESTAURANT-OP 252 under the alcoholic beverage control law at 50 NORTH SEA DR. SOUTHOLD, NY 11971 for on-premises c o n s u m p t i o n . LITTLE FISH HOSPITALITY LLC 50 NORTH SEA DR. SOUTHOLD, NY 11971 Notice of Formation of ARIES BUILDERS / STUDIO WOODMAN, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 07/28/2022. Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 245 E 19TH STREET, APT 18K, NEW YO R K , N Y, 1 0 0 0 3 . Any law ful purpose. Notice of Formation of GOLDEN DR AGON CONSTRUCTION GROUP LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 8 / 1 0/ 2 0 2 2 . Office location Kings SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 1368 82ND STREE T 2ND FLOOR, BROOKLYN, NY, 11228. Any lawful purpose. Notice is hereby g i ve n t h a t l i c e n s e number 1349 613 for LIQUOR has been applied for by the undersigned to sell LIQUOR at retail in a RESTAURANTOP 252 under the alcoholic beverage control law at 895 FULTON ST BROOKLYN, N Y 11 2 3 8 f o r o n premises consumption. VESSEL NEW YORK INC. 895 FULTON ST BROOKLYN, NY 11238 Nosh New York LLC filed w/ SSNY on 7/19/22. Office: New York Co. SSNY designated as agent for process & shall mail to: 40 Exchange Pl., #1602, NY, NY 10005. Registered Agent of LLC: Natalie J. Salinas, 40 Exchange Pl., #1602, NY, NY 10005. Purpose: any lawful.

Notice of Formation of M1 E AS T 13 TH STREET LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 9/ 1 8 / 2 0 2 0 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 125 PARK AVENUE 7 TH FLR, NEW YORK, NY, 10017. Any lawful purpose. Notice is hereby given that license number 13 4 9 3 8 4 f o r li qu o r has been applied for by the undersigned to sell liquor at retail in a TAV ER N under the alcoholic beverage control law at 228 7TH AVE B R O O K LY N , NY 11215 for on-premises c o n s u m p t i o n . BRBK 228 LLC 228 7TH AVE BROOKLYN, NY 11215 Notice of Formation of MUT TON HILL AFAB, LLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 8/0 8/2 0 2 2 . Office location Madison SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 3674 MUTTON HILL ROAD, CAZENOVIA , N Y, 13035. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of POLAR BRONX BLVD, LLC. Arts .Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 8 /0 2 /2 0 2 2 . Office location: Bronx SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process agains t it may b e s e r ve d . S S N Y mail process to 32-57 84TH STREE T, G/F, E AST ELMHURST, NY, 11370. Any law ful purpose. Public Notice AT&T proposes to modify an existing facility (new tip heights 302’ & 317.2’) on the building at 2 Wall St, New York, NY (20220911). Interested parties may contact Scott Horn (856809-1202) (1012 Industrial Dr., West Berlin, NJ 08091) with comments regarding potential ef fects on historic proper ties.

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Notice of Formation of 57 GARAGE M A N A G E M E N T LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 8/0 8/2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 90 STATE STREET , SUITE 700, BOX 10, ALBANY, N Y, 1 2 2 0 7. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of 825 THIRD AMENITY LLC. Ar ts . O f Org. filed with SSNY on 0 8/0 8/2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to ONE BRYANT PARK , NEW YORK, NY, 10036. Any lawful purpose. Notice of Formation of CARE ABOUT MEDICAL, PLLC. Arts. Of Org. filed with SSNY on 0 7/ 2 6 / 2 0 2 2 . Office location New York SSNY desg. As agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served SSNY mail process to 300 PARK AVENUE, SUITE 2501, NEW YORK, NY, UNITED STATES, 10022. Any law ful purpose. Public Notice Cellco Par tnership and its controlled affiliates doing business as Verizon Wireless ( Ve r i z o n W i r e l e s s) proposes to collocate wireless communications antennas at a top height of 161 feet on a 183-foot building at the approx. vicinity of 261 Broadway, New York, New York County, NY 10007. Public comments regarding potential effects from this site on historic properties may be submitted within 30 days from the date of this publication to: Laura Elston, l.elston@trileaf. com, 1395 South Marietta Parkway, Building 400, Suite 209, Marietta, GA 30067, 678-653-8673.

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Public Notice Cellco Par tnership and its controlled affiliates doing business as Verizon Wireless ( Ve r i z o n W i r e l e s s) proposes to collocate wireless communications antennas at a top height of 59 feet on a 61-foot building rooftop at the approx. vicinity of 36 Richmond Te r r a c e , Staten Island, Richmond County, NY 10301 and at a top height of 44 feet on a 47-foot building rooftop at the approx. vicinity of 1691 Richmond Terrace, Staten Island, Richmond County, NY 10310. Public comments regarding potential effects from this site on historic properties may be submitted within 30 days from the date of this publication to: Trileaf Corp, Hannah Dell, h.dell@trileaf.com, 1395 South Marietta Parkway, Building 400, Suite 209, Marietta, GA 30067, 678- 653-8673

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Public Notice AT&T proposes to modify an existing facility (new tip heights 123.3’) on the water tank at 161 Delaware Ave, Wards Island, NY (20220913). Interested parties may contact Scott Horn (856-809-1202) (1012 Industrial Dr., West Berlin, NJ 08091) with comments regarding potential effects on historic properties. Notice of Formation of Stream Valley Irrigation LLC, filed with SSNY on 06/12/2022. Office: New York County. SSNY designated agent of LLC upon whom process against it may be served. SSNY shall mail copy of process to LLC: 630 west 173 street 4H New York NY 10032. Purpose: any lawful act or activity.

Public Notice AT&T proposes to modify an existing facility (new tip heights 150.5’ & 158.5’) on the building at 2130 Broadway, New York, NY (20220926). Interested parties may contact Scott Horn (856-809-1202) (1012 Industrial Dr., West Berlin, NJ 08091) with comments regarding potential effects on historic properties. Public Notice Cellco Par tnership and its controlled affiliates doing business as Verizon Wireless ( Ve r i z o n W i r e l e s s) proposes to collocate wireless communications antennas at a top height of 83 feet on an 89-foot building rooftop at the approx. vicinity of 1220 Morris Avenue, Bronx, Bronx County, NY 10456 and at a top height of 67 feet on a 66-foot building at the approx. vicinity of 1785 Townsend Avenue, Bronx, Bronx County, NY 10453. Public comments regarding potential effects from this site on historic properties may be submit ted within 30 days from the date of this publication to: Trileaf Corp, Hannah Dell, h.dell@trileaf.com, 1395 South Marietta Parkway, Building 400, Suite 209, Marietta, GA 30067, 678-653-8673.

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