EVENT ANNOUNCEMENT: 191st CityLaw Breakfast with Matthew Ketschke, President of Con Edison of New York, Tuesday, March 5th

Celebrating Thirty Years of CityLaw Breakfasts!

Dean Anthony W. Crowell and Professor Ross Sandler, Director

cordially invite you to the 191st CityLaw Breakfast

Featuring Speaker

Matthew Ketschke, President of Con Edison of New York

Speaking on:

New York’s Clean Energy Future

Date: Tuesday, March 5, 2024

Time: 8:15 AM – Speaker begins 8:30 AM

Place: Events Center, New York Law School

185 West Broadway, New York, New York 10013

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COMPLETE VIDEO: 190th CityLaw Breakfast with Comptroller Brad Lander, 2/15

This year, the Center for New York City Law is celebrating thirty years of CityLaw Breakfasts! We appreciate everyone who has taken the time to join us for our programming over the years and look forward to many more in the future!

On February 15, 2024, Brad Lander, Comptroller of the City of New York, spoke at the 190th CityLaw Breakfast on “A Vision for a More Thriving, Equitable, and Resilient City.” Professor Ross Sandler, … <Read More>

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On February 1, 2024, Mayor Eric Adams and Department of Sanitation Commissioner Jessica Tisch announced a twofold plan to move forward with the commitment made by Mayor Adams to store all street trash in pickup containers. The plan includes the introduction of automated, side-loading garbage trucks and a data-driven containerization strategy set to begin to take place in Manhattan Community Board 9 (Morningside Heights, Manhattanville, Hamilton Heights) this year. The pilot aims to containerize one … <Read More>

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