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Mar 17, 2006 Newsletter

Dear neighbors:

The last few weeks in Washington have been full of activity and were highlighted by a significant victory for our city. Here’s an update.

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Mar 17, 2006 Newsletter

Dear neighbors,

Congress has hit the ground running in 2006. Between the State of the Union, the push for lobbying reform and the various budget debates, the beginning of this year is shaping up to be an active and important one.

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Feb 17, 2006 Newsletter

Dear neighbors,

I hope everyone had a joyous and restful holiday season and that your 2006 is happy and healthy.

Thankfully, I have a number of pieces of good news to report to you from the end of 2005. Congress passed a flurry of bills before the new year, and a number of initiatives on which I worked hard have made it into law. Here’s an update.

Feb 17, 2006 Newsletter

Dear Friend,

On January 28, 2006, I will hold town hall meetings in Manhattan and Queens to discuss several upcoming improvements to our city’s transportation network:

In Manhattan:
Saturday, January 28, 2006 at 11:00 AM
Ruppert Community Room
222 E. 93rd Street
(between Second and Third Avenues)

Feb 17, 2006 Newsletter

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Includes: Recent developments in U.S. relations with Greece and Cyprus

Dec 28, 2005 Newsletter

Dear Neighbors:

I hope everyone is having a wonderful holiday season. There has been a lot of activity in Washington as Congress prepares to finish its business for the first session of the 109th Congress.

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