Mayor Richard Thomas Weekly Report — May 12, 2018

Work Has Begun on Preparation, Mobilization, and Preservation Ahead of the Grandstand’s Demolition

Work Is Underway — MTA Is Investing $10.2 Million Into Our 14th Avenue Bridge

City to Sue Comptroller for Failure to Act

LAST CHANCE: Final Show Sunday Evening Get Your Tickets NOW

May 12th Preview of Mount Vernon Shores Has Been Cancelled Due to Inclement Weather

2018 CDBG Application Open

2018–2019 Mayor’s Scholarship Program

Weekly Public Safety Report

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Mayor Richard Thomas is live and on-the-air several days a week, taking your calls, addressing your concerns, and answering your questions. See the schedule below and be sure to tune in!

On Tuesdays at 7:20 am, Mayor Richard Thomas joins WVOX’s Bob Marrone to discuss pressing political news in Mount Vernon, Westchester County, and the country. You can hear this week’s discussion here.

At 8:30 am, you can hear the Mayor on “Mornings with the Mayor” on 104.5 FM Linkage Radio. Listen to this week’s episode here.

On Wednesdays, the Mayor heads to Minister Patrick Tyson’s corner on Future FM Radio at 98.9 FM. Catch last week’s episode here.

On Thursdays, Mayor Thomas appears on “Westchester on the Level” BlogTalk Radio hosted by Hezi Aris of the Yonkers Tribune. This week’s interview can be found here. Listen to hear Mayor Richard Thomas speak about a $60 million renovation build-out of the train stations traversing the City of Mount Vernon and the quick resignation of Attorney General Eric Schneiderman from Office.

On Fridays, the Mayor joins Fada Gassy for Gloves On Gloves Off on Future FM Radio at 98.9 FM. Catch a this week’s episode here.

Mayor Thomas also hosts “Mount Vernon Moving Forward,” every Friday between 5:00 pm to 6:00 pm on WVOX 1460 AM Radio. This is your opportunity to call-in and speak to the Mayor directly. The number is 914–636–0110. You can listen to this week’s show here, for a discussion with Planning Commissioner Chantelle Okarter regarding the Comptroller inexplicably refusing to pay the health benefits of a city employee.

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