Wednesday, September 14, 2011

Brooklyn NY Jesus Gonzales *♥♥♥* And Cannot Forget Newark NJ Corey Booker Either

Jesus Is Great!
Jesus Gonzalez has received the endorsement of a wide range of Brooklyn activists, including Congresswoman Nydia Velasquez Councilwoman Diana Reyna (who defeated the corrupt machine a couple of years ago!),

"He Found His Wife At The Local C Town". How Adorable Is That!

Uploaded by TheBrooklynPolitics on Jun 18, 2011

SCSEP Employment Training-Older Worker Program And Social Security Work Incentive Programs-Pass Plan, Ticket To Work
SCSEP Employment Training-Older Worker Program is a really good program. It works best in larger towns and cities. Unless one has very reliable transportation. The Ticket To Work And Pass Plan Work Well, Anywhere.

Cannot Forget
You are doing a beautiful job with Newark, Mayor Booker. A City since 1836, wow!

So you can talk; Mayor Booker. I heard you on a radio show a couple of months ago and emailed Senator Lautenberg to tell you that you needed to relax. I'm so glad. I didn't know that much about you. But I knew you had your hands full with Newark! I'm from Bayonne. I used to go shopping with my Mother in Newark when I was little. I remember how beautiful Jackson Ave in Jersey City NJ was too in the 1950's! My Mother went shopping there too.

Mayor Cory Booker greets more than 200 volunteers building a state-of-the-art community playground located at West Bigelow Street in Newark's South Ward. Funded through a grant from the Home Depot Foundation as well as contributions from the City of Newark and the Greater Newark Conservancy, the 2,500-square-foot playground was completed in a single day replacing an eyesore vacant lot in the community.

Since taking office in 2006, Mayor Booker and his administration has placed a priority on creating more green spaces and recreation for children and families in Newark. The new playground is the most recent addition to the City's largest park expansion initiative in Newark in over a century with over 20 parks planned for completion by the end of 2010.

Mayor Cory Booker reviews the week of August 24-29, 2009 in Newark
. Highlights include: the First Street Parks and Thomas Silk Park Ribbon-cutting Ceremony; a new affordable housing project on Ridgewood Avenue; a session in City Hall with leaders and community activists discussing strategies to help create job opportunities for Newark residents; a day of festivals and back-to-school events; and trip to the movies with "9 Strong Women" - a program run by a Newark resident named Jada who is featured in the upcoming Newark documentary on Sundance Channel called Brick City, which will be aired September 21-25..

July 26, 2009 - Mayor Cory Booker shares his thoughts at the end of a long but exciting weekend. Highlights include the 4th Annual Lincoln Park Music Festival, which celebrates Gospel, House and Hip Hop music in Newark's historic Lincoln Park neighborhood. Also featured is a meeting with Mayor Booker, a group of Newark police officers and Newark Police Director, Garry McCarthy.