In his 2002 inaugural address Mayor Bloomberg talked about rebuilding the city after the September 11 terrorist attacks on the World Trade Center, cutting the size of city government, and called on businesses to retain their commitment to the city
In his 1994 inauguration speech, Mayor Giuliani talked about the changes he
plans that will once again make New York City the capital of the world.
He emphasized the bipartisan government that now characterizes the
New York system and hoped that solutions to many of the city’s
problems will be found through them.
MAYOR DINKINS: A PLEDGE TO ALL THE PEOPLE; Text of Dinkins Speech: 'We Are All Foot Soldiers on the March to Freedom'
Dinkins Vows to Fight Crime, Help Children : Politics: He pledges to be the mayor of all the people of New York. His inaugural speech tempers his vision of the future with the fiscal reality of a huge deficit.
Dinkins announced yesterday that the city would mount a major campaign to evict public housing tenants who own guns ...
www.nyc.gov/html/hpd/html/pr2006/pr-10-06-06.shtmlOct 6, 2006 - The David and Joyce Dinkins Gardens is part of the Mayor's plan to build and preserve 165,000 units of affordable housing for 500,000 New ...
Ed Koch, the legendary three-term mayor of New York City between 1978 and 1989, discusses signature moments from his long ...
“New York City needs, and must have, a change. It must change completely in all of its institutions from top to bottom.”—CANDIDATE JOHN LINDSAY, a week before his election as mayor.
NYC Mayor John V. Lindsay lost his Republican primary for reelection in 1969 and attributed his defeat in part to “the twin horseman of doubt and fear.” NBC News journalist Gabe Pressman asked him to expand on that thought in this June 22, 1969 MTP appearance as he continued his reelection effort running on the NY Liberal Party ticket.