Represent NYC: Comptroller DiNapoli with Council Member Rosenthal and Assembly Member O'Donnell
It is no surprise that the New York CIty, Big Apple, is one of the biggest tourist attractions in the world. With the bright lights of Times Square, to the pastries in Little Italy, and the art galleries of Chelsea, there are thousands if not millions of things the city has to offer. So far 2019 has been a great year for the city that never sleeps. It set a record for the number of visitors this past Summer, but were things as good for NYC residents?
On the next Represent NYC, New York State Comptroller, Tom DiNapoli, is joined by NYC Council Member for District 6, Helen Rosenthal, and NYC Assembly Member for District 69, Daniel J. O’Donnell to discuss what they are both currently working on in their districts, and the political landscape of both the state and city.
Aired on October 6th, 2019
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