C. Virginia Fields

Manhattan Borough President

 

 


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October 4, 2001
Borough President In Partnership With The Manhattan Borough Development Corp. To Give Small Business Recovery Grant Fund

September 28, 2001
Borough President Fields To Provide World Trade Center Disaster Housing Assistance

September 27, 2001
Borough President Attends Anniversary Celebration At Project Open Door Senior Center

September 26, 2001
Manhattan Borough President Participates In Ribbon Cutting Of New York National Bank On Roosevelt Island

September 22, 2001
Borough President Fields Assists Manhattan Residents And Businesses In Picking Up The Pieces

September 21, 2001
"Ground Zero" Elected Officials Task Force Works To Highlight And Meet Urgent And Long-Term Needs Of Disaster Area Residents And Businesses

September 21, 2001
Helping Businesses Relocate Within Manhattan, Especially Underutilized Space In Northern Manhattan: Fields Convenes Meeting With Business, Real Estate And Community Leaders To Develop Strategy

September 17, 2001
Manhattan Borough President Available To Discuss Residential Relief Efforts In Lower Manhattan

September 13, 2001
Manhattan Borough President Fields And Manhattan City Council Delegation Meet With Office Of Emergency Management

September 12, 2001
New Yorkers Working Together Will Overcome Any Disaster

August 21, 2001
Borough president fields launches new more ‘user friendly’ website

August 10, 2001
Fields Commends Police Commissioner For Firing Officers At 72nd Precinct

August 9, 2001
Give Parks -- And People -- Their Fair Share

August 7, 2001
Fields Blasts Court For Letting DWI Cop Out On Bail

August 6, 2001
Columna de Opinión para El Diario/La Prensa acerca de la Educación Bilingüe

August 2, 2001
Borough President Fields Addresses Homecare Workers At Rally Against Defunding Of Northern Manhattan Homecare Agencies


point July 31, 2001
Fields Hosts Information Breakfast For Community And Clergy Leaders On New York City Cancer Project
 
point July 28, 2001
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Statement In Support Of Charas --Says Eviction Would Be A Travesty--
 
point July 26, 2001
Fields Criticizes TLC For Not Doing Enough To Provide Service To Wheelchair Users
 
point July 26, 2001
Fields Joins Lawsuit Against City For Violating Franchise Rules --Borough President Says Bus Contract Is Illegal--
 
point July 18, 2001
Fields Brings HRA To Court In An Effort To Obtain Information On Homecare Contract Awards
 
point July 17, 2001
Fields Hosts Forum For Small Minority And Women-Owned Subcontracting Businesses To Work On Cornerstone Housing Development Project --Borough President Vows To Push For More Minority And Women-Owned Subcontractors On Similar Projects--
 
point July 11, 2000
Manhattan Lead Safe House Fact Sheet
 
point July 11, 2001
Fields Breaks Ground For Manhattan's First Lead Safe House
 
point July 11, 2001
Evictions Should Not Be Last Stop For Mart 125
 
point July 10, 2001
Mart 125 Evictions Unnecessary --Mart Has So Much Potential For Community And Merchants --
 
point July 9, 2001
A Victory For The People
 
point July 9, 2001
Fields Files Lawsuit Against City For Closing Of Municipal Parking Garage In Lower Manhattan --Borough President Says City Officials Knowingly Violated Charter Regulations--
 
point July 2, 2001
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Filed A Suit Today To Temporarily Halt The Conversion Of A Municipal Parking Garage At 109 Park Row
 
point June 28, 2001
Police Corruption Is Inexcusable: Another Reason Why Cops Should Not Investigate Cops
 
point June 27, 2001
Fields Calls On City To Find Parking To Replace Spaces Lost From Municipal Garage When 911 Center Is Built
 
point June 25, 2001
Borough President C. Virginia Fields Urges Congress To Include Funds For Second Avenue Subway In FY 2002 Budget --Says State And City Must Also Do Their Part --
 
point June 25, 2001
School Construction Debacle: A System Designed To Fail
 
point June 20, 2001
No Rent Hike!
 
point June 19, 2001
Fields Calls On State Legislature To Pass SCRIE Bill -Wants Income Ceiling For Participation In Program That AIDS Seniors To $30,000 And Sends 3,200 Signatures To Albany -
 
point June 18, 2001
Fatal Fire Leaves Hole In Hearts Of All New Yorkers
 
point June 8, 2001
Fields Calls On State Legislature To Expand SCRIE -Wants Income Ceiling For Participation In Program That AIDS Seniors To $30,000-
 
point June 5, 2001
Fields Once Again Calls On HRA Chief To Release Grading Information For Homecare Contract Evaluations --B.P. Says Turner Is Bound By Law To Comply--

point June 1, 2001
Manhattan Borough President Calls On TLC To Improve Service

point May 31, 2001
Don't Close Our Community Health Clinics!
 
point May 31, 2001
Manhattan Borough President Calls On TLC To Improve Service
 
point May 31, 2001
Citarella Deal Makes Sense For Harlem
 
point May 23, 2001
New York City Gets First Defibrillator Program --- Manhattan Borough Prez Virginia Fields, Council Member Kathryn Freed & Council Candidate Alan Gerson Introduce Program At Press Conference---
 
point May 19, 2001
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Joins In Malcolm X Birthday Celebration --Calls For Unity, Cooperation And Respect--
 
point May 16, 2001
Fields Calls On Mayor Not To Defund Home Care Agencies In Northern Manhattan
 
point May 15, 2001
Saving Sydenham: A New Lease On Life
 
point May 15, 2001
Fields Praises HRA For Amending AIDS Housing RFP -But Says More Needs To Be Done In The Area Of Housing For People With HIV/AIDS-
 
point May 14, 2001
Don't Close Our Community Health Clinics!
 
point May 11, 2001
HUD Plan Unacceptable
 
point May 10, 2001
La Presidenta Del Condado De Manhattan Es Homenajeada Por La Hispanic Society Of America
 
point May 9, 2001
La Presidenta Del Condado De Manhattan Rinde Homenaje A Lideres De La Comunidad
 
point May 8, 2001
Borough President Fields Joins With The Metropolitan Council On Housing To Protest Possible Rent Increases
 
point May 3, 2001
Borough President Fields Presents $100,000 Check To Project Open Door Senior Citizen Center
 
point April 30, 2001
Fields Urges Kerik To Release All Info On Diallo Cop Inquiry
 
point April 25, 2001
Fields Welcomes New Carver Branch As Part Of Manhattan's First Banking Development District -- Will Be A Boom For Businesses And Residents Alike --
 
point April 24, 2001
Fields Urges HHC And Cogswell Realty To Reach An Agreement And Save Sydenham Now
 
point March 27, 2001
Stadium Is Not The Way To Expand Javits Center
 
point March 26, 2001
Recruit Locally, And Often
 
point March 16, 2001
Testimony Of Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Assembly Committee On Economic Development, Job Creation Commerce And Industry
 
point March 16, 2001
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Testimony Before City Council Education Committee
 
point March 15, 2001
Tackling The Topic Of Taxi Turndowns -- Borough President Fields Releases Taxicab Report --
 
point March 13, 2001
Does Harold Levy Have Money To Burn?
 
point March 12, 2001
Fields: New York Senate's Democratic Task Force On Criminal Justice Reform On Target With Call For Reform Of Rockefeller Drug Laws
 
point March 12, 2001
Fields Announces Opposition To Private Takeover Of P.S. 161 --Ys School Is Progressing In The Right Direction--
 
point March 9, 2001
Honoring Harriet Tubman --Square And Avenue In Harlem To Be Named For Female "Moses" --
 
point March 9, 2001
Fields Mourns Death Of Dominican National
 
point March 9, 2001
Fields To Sign Onto Los Angeles Census Lawsuit
 
point March 8, 2001
Fields Condemns Administration's Witholding Of Funds For The New York City Voter Guide
 
point March 2, 2001
Fields Hails Decision To Fund Manhattanville -But Raises Concerns About The Amount Of Time Renovations Would Take-
 
point February 28, 2001
Feliz Dia De La Independencia! Manhattan Borough President Honors Dominicans On Their Independence
 
point February 27, 2001
Manhattan Borough President Unveils Business Report -Report Describes State Of Business In Manhattan And Highlights 'Business Divide'-
 
point February 26, 2001
Borough President Fields Honors Judge Leland Degrasse, Robert Jackson And Manhattan Computer School Students At Black History Month Celebration
 
point February 26, 2001
Fields Denounces Racist Flier Aimed At Dominican Community
 
point February 23, 2001
Fields Presents Third Annual State Of The Borough Address - Calls For Reinstating PIT Surcharge For Education, Announces New Rat Program, Harriet Tubman Square And New Funding Initiatives -
 
point February 23, 2001
State Of The Borough Address 2001
 
point February 16, 2001
An Indecent Proposal
 
point February 16, 2001
A Good Deal
 
point February 15, 2001
Borough President Fields Joins With NYS State Attorney General Spitzer In Announcing Lawsuits Against Three Stores Charged With Selling Illegal Toy Guns
 
point February 15, 2001
Fields Seeks To Join City's Campaign Finance Board Lawsuit Against The Administration's Proposed Actions -Opposes Mayor Giuliani's Efforts To End The '4 To 1' Campaign Finance Rule-
 
point February 14, 2001
Fields Unveils Canal Street Traffic Report -Pedestrian Safety Must Be Our Number One Priority-
 
point February 8, 2001
Fields Mourns Former Mayor Beame's Passing
 
point January 31, 2001
Fields Swears In New Deputy Borough President
 
point January 31, 2001
Fields Disappointed By Decision In Diallo Case -- Urges Mayor To Cooperate With Federal Investigation Of NYPD --
 
point January 30, 2001
Eighth Avenue Rezoning Decision Has Something For Everyone
 
point January 26, 2001
Fields Applauds Judge's Decision To Grant Subjects Of Stop-And-Frisks Class-Action Status
 
point January 26, 2001
Fields Hails CCRB's Added Powers -- Commends Mayor For Granting CCRB The Power To Investigate And Prosecute Police Officers --
 
point January 26, 2001
Fields Applauds Judge's Decision To Grant Subjects Of Stop-And-Frisks Class-Action Status
 
point January 26, 2001
Fields Criticizes Mayor's Attempt To Slash City's Campaign Finance Board Budget
 
point January 25, 2001
Budget Plan Focus On Schools And Housing Is Good, But Doesn't Go Far Enough
 
point January 23, 2001
Mart 125 Lives To Fight Another Day - Fields Calls Court Decision A Step In The Right Direction -
 
point January 18, 2001
Civil Rights Efforts Should Be Jackson's Legacy
 
point January 17, 2001
Fields Calls For Stand-Alone Summer Job Program For New York City Youth
 
point January 16, 2001
Manhattan Borough President, C. Virginia Fields, Celebrates 'Three Kings Day' At El Museo Del Barrio
 
point January 11, 2001
Fields And Ferrer Joined By Robert Jackson, Lead Plaintiff, And Black And Latino Elected Officials To Call For No Appeal On The CFE Decision, But Swift Action To Make It Happen
 
point January 10, 2001
Fields And Michels, Call On Mayor To Fund Manhattanville Health Clinic In His 2002 Capital Budget
 
point January 10, 2001
Fields Applauds Decision In CFE Lawsuit - Time To Stop Cheating City Students Out Of Money -
 
point January 9, 2001
Mayor's State Of City Speech Disappointing - Agenda For The Future Should Have Been Started Seven Years Ago -
 
point January 9, 2001
Save Mart 125: Fields Presents A Plan For The Future
 
point January 8, 2001
Manhattan Borough President Fields Says Mayor's State Of The City 2001 Address Was Very Disappointing
 
point January 4, 2001
Quote By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Re: Rockefeller Drug Laws
 
point December 20, 2000
Fields Mourns Passing Of Mayor Lindsay - Set The Tone For Civility And Grace
 
point December 15, 2000
Fields Says, Give New York City's Schools Their Due -Calls State Board Of Regents Proposal Unjust-
 
point December 15, 2000
Harlem On Their Minds --Manhattan Borough President C. Virgina Fields Hosts Second Conference On The Redevelopment Of Harlem's Frederick Douglass Boulevard--
 
point December 14, 2000
Concerned By Decision To Move Museum - Should Be A Way To Keep Operations And Programs At Current Location -
 
point December 13, 2000
Fair Count -- Not Ticking Clock -- Should Have Ruled Day
 
point December 12, 2000
War On AIDS Must Escalate
 
point December 11, 2000
Borough President Fields Hosts Forum For Small Minority And Women-Owned Subcontracting Businesses --Would Work On The Gotham Plaza Development Project--
 
point December 8, 2000
Fields Selects Consultant For West Side Rail Yards Master Plan - Team Led By Buckhurst, Fish And Jacquemart Will Develop Comprehensive Plan For Midtown West -
 
point December 7, 2000
Fields Hosts Third Annual World AIDS Day Forum --Discussion Focuses On The Effect Of HIV And AIDS In Immigrant Communities --
 
point December 6, 2000
Abolishing The Board Of Ed Still Not The Right Step
 
point November 8, 2000
Back To The Drawing Board
 
point October 26, 2000
Fields And Hamer Host Second Annual Education Summit - Goal Is To Create Public-Private Partnerships In All 242 Manhattan Schools -
 
point October 23, 2000
Educating Rats
 
point October 22, 2000
Developing Harlem's Future Daily News Op-Ed By C. Virginia Fields
 
point October 12, 2000
Middle East Violence Must Stop
 
point October 6, 2000
Mayor's Statements Were Outrageous And Offensive - Calls For Change In Stop And Frisk Tactics -
 
point October 4, 2000
Gore's Substance And Stature Surpassed Opponent
 
point October 3, 2000
Harlem Center Gets Moving - City Should Do Its Part Too -
 
point September 28, 2000
Borough President Fields Says That Increased Diversity Is Good News For FDNY And NYPD
 
point September 27, 2000
Let Cyber-Learning Commence: Fields Applauds Board Of Ed Approval Of Computer Proposal
 
point September 25, 2000
Borough President Fields, Congresswoman Maloney And Other Elected Officials Express Strong Support For Transportation Bond Issue --Say Passage Of The Bond Issue Will Benefit New Yorkers Throughout The State--
 
point September 23, 2000
Remarks On Rat Situation
 
point September 23, 2000
Fields Says, City's Handling Of Rat Problem Is Cavalier --Cites 41% Decline In Exterminations Since 1980s- -
 
point September 18, 2000
"Taking It To The Next Level: Parent Power 2000" Manhattan Borough President C. Virgina Fields Hosts Parents' Educational Convention
 
point September 18, 2000
Statement From Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Re Mayor's Comments On The Development Of A Sports Stadium On Manhattan's West Side
 
point September 18, 2000
Borough President Fields Applauds Governor Pataki, Speaker Silver And Senate Majority Leader For Moving Forward With New York State's Five Year Transportation Program
 
point September 14, 2000
Fields To City: Actions Speak Louder Than Words
 
point September 13, 2000
Say It Before You Spray It
 
point September 13, 2000
Health Department Is A Real Maze -Fields Denounces DOH's Approach To Rat Control Follow-Up-

point September 11, 2000
Homenaje A La Herencia Hispana
 
point September 11, 2000
Manhattan Borough President C. Virgina Fields Teams Up With The West Side Arts Coalition In A Salute To Hispanic Heritage
 
point September 11, 2000
Manhattan Borough Board Approves Sale Of 763 First Avenue To Kingdom Of Bhutan
 
point September 5, 2000
Kerik On Target On Key Issues
 
point August 24, 2000
A Resolution For Learning
 
point August 23, 2000
Settlement Or Not, Time To Fix Problems
 
point August 22, 2000
Fields Says Crumbling Buildings Must Be Fixed Now
 
point August 21, 2000
Fields Hails Selection Of New Police Commissioner
 
point August 8, 2000
Fields Reacts To Lieberman Selection
 
point August 8, 2000
Fields Reacts To Gop Convention
 
point August 7, 2000
Fields Denounces Zagat's Negative Remarks About Harlem
 
point August 3, 2000
Fields Announces "Passenger Statement Of Rights"
 
point August 2, 2000
A Time To Build Affordable Housing
 
point July 24, 2000
West Nile Hits A Sour Note
 
point July 21, 2000
Lawsuits Should Bring About Change In NYPD
 
point July 20, 2000
1-800-Rat-1550: First Week Report
 
point July 18, 2000
Fields To Board Of Ed: Take Sex Out Of Education
 
point July 18, 2000
Taxi Ride To Jail?
 
point July 14, 2000
Manhattan Building Collapse A Symptom Of The System
 
point July 13, 2000
Fields Applauds Decision To Give Released Prisoners Mental Health Treatment When Needed
 
point July 11, 2000
1-800-RAT-1550
 
point June 17, 2000
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Unveils FY 2001 Capital Budget
 
point June 14, 2000
Fields Questions City's Response To Central Park Assaults
 
point June 13, 2000
Fields Concerned About Police Response To Central Park Attacks
 
point June 12, 2000
Fields Appalled By Central Park Incidents
 
point May 8, 2000
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields -- NYU School Of Social Work Convocation
 
point May 6, 2000
Fields Throws Support Behind Levy
 
point May 3, 2000
A Great Man Has Found His Way Home
 
point May 3, 2000
NYPD Needs Good Recruits
 
point May 3, 2000
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields -- Alterbudget Breakfast Forum
 
point April 28, 2000
Fields On CS 200 Actions
 
point April 19, 2000
Build It And They Will Come
 
point April 18, 2000
Police-Community Relations: Fixing What's Broken
 
point April 17, 2000
Safe Streets, Safe Drivers
 
point April 17, 2000
Education, Economy And Police Reforms Key To Improving Race Relations: Fields
 
point April 13, 2000
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields At Crain's New York Business Forum Race Relations In New York City
 
point April 11, 2000
Quote From Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Re: Sexual Assault At Cs 200
 
point April 6, 2000
Steps In The Right Direction
 
point April 5, 2000
72,000 Reasons To Strike A Deal
 
point March 30, 2000
Yes, Commissioner, Race Is An Issue
 
point March 29, 2000
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields At NYU Wagner School Of Public Policy On Women Of Color: The Forgotten Members Of The City
 
point March 28, 2000
What Were They Thinking? - Guns Have No Place In The Playground -
 
point March 27, 2000
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields At New York Supreme Court Women's History Month Event -- "Women In New York Politics: Why Aren't There More?"
 
point March 21, 2000
Fields: Why Did This Man Die?
 
point March 20, 2000
Fields Criticizes Mayor For Reprehensible And Illegal Release Of Patrick Dorismond's Juvenile Record
 
point February 25, 2000
Fields On Diallo Verdict
 
point February 14, 2000
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields State Of The Borough Address 2000 (text of the speech)
 
point February 14, 2000
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Delivers Second State Of The Borough Address
 
point February 11, 2000
Fields Calls For New Standards And Criteria For Board Of Education Members
 
point February 11, 2000
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Joins Assembly Speaker Silver At Press Conference Criticizing The MTA's Capital Plan
 
point February 1, 2000
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Among Honorees At Civil Rights Exhibition
 
point February 1, 2000
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields, Others Address "Digital Divide" As National Problem
 
point January 27, 2000
Budget Proposals Benefit Some, Hurt Too Many
 
point January 25, 2000
Fields Applauds Cameras In The Courtroom
 
point January 20, 2000
Freeze Or Face Jail: An Unconscionable Dilemma
 
point January 17, 2000
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields To Baptist Ministers Conference Martin Luther King Birthday Service
 
point January 17, 2000
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields 92nd Street "Y" Mlk Day Event
 
point January 15, 2000
Statement By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields At Child Welfare Press Conference
 
point January 13, 2000
Making People Of Color Count -- Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Participates In Census 2000 Conference
 
point January 13, 2000
Fields Comments On Mayor's State Of The City - Calls It A Study In Contrasts -
 
point January 12, 2000
Fields Urges Mayor To Fund Summer School - Says "It's A Direct Threat To More Than 200,000 Students Who Need Help The Most" -
 
point January 10, 2000
Fields To Giuliani: Stop Playing Politics With Our Children's Future
 
point January 7, 2000
Fields Urges Appointment Of Internal Interim Chancellor - Says Board Should Focus On Permanent Chancellor Search Using Open And Public Process -
 
point January 6, 2000
Making A Difference Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Hosts Exhibition Celebrating "Unsung" Harlem Heroines
 
point January 5, 2000
Fields Applauds Pataki's Education Initiatives - Says More Needs To Be Done -
 
point December 23, 1999
Fields On Crew Contract
 
point December 21, 1999
Fields Praises Cuomo's Announcement On Homeless Funding
 
point December 21, 1999
Fields And Fifty Prominent New York Women Call For The Giuliani Administration To Give Wep Workers Sexual Harssment Protections
 
point December 20, 1999
Fields Forms "Diallo Watch" - Bringing Together Elected Officials And Legal Experts To Monitor Trial And Report Back To Community -
 
point December 17, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Says "Enough Is Enough" Wants Outdoor Advertisers To Stop Putting Up Illegal Billboards In Our Neighborhoods
 
point December 16, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields To The New York Building Congress Forum
 
point December 15, 1999
Change Of Venue Is Wrong
 
point December 15, 1999
Kudos On The Csa Contract!
 
point December 13, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields' Statement Concerning A Possible Transit Strike
 
point December 10, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields At The Frederick Douglass Boulevard Development Conference
 
point December 10, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Responds To Reports On Con Ed Blackout
 
point December 10, 1999
The Future Is Now! Manhattan Borough President C. Virgina Fields Hosts Conference On Redeveloping The Frederick Douglass Corridor
 
point December 7, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President At Holland Tunnel Rally Against Diesel Traffic
 
point December 6, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields World AIDS Day Event
 
point December 1, 1999
Attorney General Spitzer's Findings Are No Surprise
 
point November 30, 1999
Fields Says, "No More Diesel Buses !!!"
 
point November 30, 1999
Fields To City: Obey The Law - Give Civil Rights Protection To Wep Workers
 
point November 29, 1999
Letter To The President In Support Of Ceasing The Vieques Bombings
 
point November 23, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Expresses Support For Clinton's Announced Senate Run
 
point November 22, 1999
Jailing The Homeless Is Not The Answer
 
point November 16, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Greets Parents At Parent-Teacher Conferences
 
point November 15, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Holds Public Hearing On Discriminatory Taxicab Drivers
 
point November 8, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Says "Enough Is Enough: Give Our Students The Tools They Need To Build Their Futures"
 
point November 3, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Applauds Charter Revision Defeat
 
point November 1, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields' Statement Regarding The Crash Of Egyptair Flight 990
 
point November 1,1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields And Harlem Leaders Sponsor 1st Annual Harlem Youth Conference
 
point October 29, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields "Shaping The Future Of Kinship Care"
 
point October 28, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Co-Sponsors Youth Conference At The World Famous Apollo Theatre
 
point October 27 1999
Bongiorno! Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Meets With Roberto Columbo, Mayor Of Monza, Italy
 
point October 26, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Announces Appointment Of Angela Cavaluzzi To City Planning Commission
 
point October 26, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Hosts Education Summit
 
point October 23, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Sponsors 2nd Annual Parent Convention
 
point October 22, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Women's Missionary Society African Methodist Episcopal Church
 
point October 20, 1999
Testimony By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields New York City Council Select Committee For Charter Reform
 
point October 19, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Hosts Unveiling Of Photographs Of One Hundred Years Of Manhattan Borough Presidents
 
point October 18, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Congressman Towns "Save Our Youth From Gun Violence" Day,
 
point October 14, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Opposes 100th Street Bus Depot
 
point October 14, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Joins Assemblyman Dov Hikind In Calling For Panel To Review Police Procedures For Handling Emotionally Disturbed Persons
 
point October 12, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Sponsors Year 2000 Community Awareness Conference
 
point October 7, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Calls For Maximum Public Access To City Hall Steps And Park
 
point September 29, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Applauds Council's Passage Of New Toy And Imitation Gun Law
 
point September 29, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Calls MTA Five Year Capital Plan "The Good, The Bad And The Ugly"
 
point September 29, 1999
Testimony By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields To The MTA Board Of Directors Regarding The Five-Year Capital Plan
 
point September 29, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Reiterates Support For Brooklyn Museum
 
point September 27, 1999
Statement By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields -- Public School Modernization Press Conference,
 
point September 27, 1999
Manhattan Brough President C. Virginia Fields Statement Regarding Herman Badillo's Comments Concerning Dominicans And Mexicans
 
point September 25, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields To The NAACP Of Staten Island
 
point September 23, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields School Volunteers/Learning Leaders Event
 
point September 22, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Slams Mayor's Plan To Enforce Obsolete Law Requiring Groups To Pay To Use City Parks
 
point September 22, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields' Statement Regarding Mayor Giuliani's Threat To Withhold Funding From The Brooklyn Museum
 
point September 22, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Scores Mayor's Management Report
 
point September 21, 1999
Remarks By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields New York Counties Registered Nurses Annual Legislative Event
 
point September 21, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Pitches In To Help Earthquake-Ravaged Taiwan
 
point September 17th, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Awards Almost $2 Million To Service-Oriented Programs
 
point September 16th, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Applauds Victory Of Chinese Workers
 
point September 15, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Criticizes MTA's Draft Environmental Impact Statement For East Side Transit
 
point September 13, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Moves To Strengthen City's Toy And Imitation Gun Law
 
point September 11, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Advises Residents That Spraying In Manhattan Is Scheduled To Begin On Saturday Night
 
point September 10, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Helps Secure Funding Towards The Development Of Harlem River Park Project
 
point September 9, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Speaks Out On Social Promotion Policy
 

point September 9, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Speaks Out Against Charter Commission's Referendum
 
point August 18, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Thanks Public Advocate Mark Green For Supporting Second Avenue Subway Project
 
point August 11, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Calls City Council Resolution Supporting Second Avenue Subway "Significant"
 
point August 4, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Unveils FY 2000 Capital Budget
 
point July 23, 1999
Statement Of Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields On Proposed East River Plaza Project
 
point June 30, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Delivers 17,000 Postcards Supporting The Second Avenue Subway To Mta Chair Virgil Conway
 
point June 25, 1999
REMARKS By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Murray Bergtraum High School Commencement
 
point June 23, 1999
C. Virginia Fields And Ratner's Restaurant Roll Out Second Avenue Subway Sandwich -- Fields Approaches Completion Of Postcard Campaign
 
point June 22, 1999
REMARKS By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields At Community Boards 9 and 10 Town Hall Meeting
 
point June 13, 1999
REMARKS By Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields To NAACP Of Corona-East Elmhurst
 
point June 9, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Files Title Vi Complaint With U.S. Department Of Education's Office Of Civil Rights
 
point May 26, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Releases Disability Access Survey For Manhattan High Schools
 
point May 12, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Again Expresses Her Opposition to Board of Education's Capital Plan
 
point May 7, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields calls today's meeting with Mayor Giuliani on police reforms a productive first step
 
point April 22, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields responds to the Mayor's Budget
 
point April 21, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Expresses Her Sorrow at Shootings in Colorado
 
point April 21, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Announces Start of Second Avenue Subway Postcard Campaign
 
point February 17, 1999
Manhattan Boroughough President C. Virginia Fields Calls for Reinstatement of Residency Requirement for New York City Police Officers
 
point February 3, 1999
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Outlines Vision For Building "One Manhattan"
 
point January 5, 1999
Suggested Remarks Mayor's Advisory Task Force On The City University Of New York
 
point December 30, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Leads Protest Of Proposed 600 Per Cent Rent Increase
 
point December 9, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields And City Council Member Karen Koslowitz Co-Sponsor Legislation To Ban The Sale Of Realistic Looking Toy Guns
 
point October 22, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Calls For Hearing On State Of Mitchell-Lama Housing
 

point September 8, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Statement For Bill Signing To Create Hudson River Trust
 
point August 14, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Statement On Second Avenue Subway
 
point May 5, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Advocates For Manhattan With Governor And State Legislators
 
point June 1, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Appoints Dr. Irving S. Hamer To Board of Education
 
point May 1, 1998
Manhattan Borough President C. Virginia Fields Continues To Fight Cuts To HHC Public Hospitals
 
point Tuesday, November 4, 1997
Remarks by Borough President-Elect C. Virginia Fields Victory Celebration