Andrew Stein
New York politician
Andrew Stein
Andrew Stein is an American Democratic politician who served on the New York City Council and was its last President, and as Manhattan Borough President. Stein's father, Jerry Finkelstein, was the multi-millionaire publisher of the New York Law Journal, among other publications. Andrew Stein shortened his name when he entered politics.
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House Hunting Near Marseille
NYTimes - about 3 years
A house designed by the architect André Stern is on the market for $2.6 million.     
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LUNGevity Foundation Cites Disproportionate Impact of Lung Cancer on Veterans
Yahoo News - over 3 years
WASHINGTON, Nov. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Today, on Veterans Day, LUNGevity Foundation, with the largest research awards program of any lung cancer-focused organization in the U.S., notes the promising advances in the pursuit of better outcomes and better management for lung cancer patients, including the nation's veteran community. Andrea Stern Ferris, President and Chairman of LUNGevity Foundation, noted, "This reminder of the hope and promise of today's lung cancer research is particularly relevant today, Veterans Day, because our nation's 26 million U.S. veterans are disproportionately affected by lung cancer, the number one cause of cancer deaths in both men and women. The fact that Veterans Day takes place in the midst of Lung Cancer Awareness Month has added significance." Today LUNGevity Foundation recommits our organization to the funding of critical research which has the potential to improve and save lives of lung cancer patients, especially those within our milita ...
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Sustainable Energy Fund Announces Election of New Board Member Robert S. Thomson
Yahoo News - over 3 years
ALLENTOWN, Pa., Sept. 11, 2013 /PRNewswire-USNewswire/ -- Andrew Stein, Chairman of the Sustainable Energy Fund's Board of Directors announced the appointment of Robert S. Thomson, Regional Manager, Ben Franklin Technology Partners of Northeastern Pennsylvania to the Sustainable Energy Fund board of directors.Mr. ...
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Battinus to Run for Buffalo Grove Trustee Seat
Buffalo Grove Patch - over 4 years
Concerns about economic development and a desire to serve his community are the factors driving Buffalo Grove resident Jeff Battinus to seek a position on the Village Board. Battinus said this week that he will run for trustee in the April 9 municipal election. "I just feel that our village could use some fresh leadership," he said. An avid jogger, Battinus said he's "pretty much seen every inch of the village" since he moved to Buffalo Grove in 2010. "Unfortunately, the more I run, the more (I see) stores are leaving," he said. "I think there's more we can do as a board to attract new businesses." He said while he hasn't formed a personal position on the proposed downtown development, he's heard concerns expressed by many residents who worry that its construction would drive up their property taxes. "I think everybody can come to a consensus eventually," he said. "We need to involve everybody and it needs to be transparent." "I am willing to talk to everybody, no ...
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Village Considers Water Rate Hike
Buffalo Grove Patch - over 4 years
Buffalo Grove residents could see a spike in their water bills in 2013, under a proposal to increase rates annually beginning Jan. 1. Village Finance Director Scott Anderson presented a plan last month to boost the village’s combined water and sewer rate by 35 percent in 2013. The increase would set the village’s rate at $4.05 per 1,000 gallons, resulting in an additional $13.65 charge to the average customer’s two-month bill. The plan also calls for a 30 percent increase in 2014, making the village’s combined rate $5.26. After the second increase, the average customer would pay $21.51 more per bill than they pay now, Anderson said. The estimate is based on use of 6,500 gallons per month. Beginning in 2015, the rate would increase by 4 percent annually to keep up with inflation. Increased water rates would cover expenses relating to the village’s water system, while also beginning to generate funds for future infrastructure costs, Anderson said. The village maintains 181 mi ...
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Martha Staid, Andrew Stein - Weddings
NYTimes - almost 5 years
The bride is pursuing a master’s degree at Georgetown. The bridegroom is a consultant for Deloitte Consulting.
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Buffalo Grove Village Board Briefs: April 16
Buffalo Grove Patch - almost 5 years
Village President Jeff Braiman responded to concerns raised earlier in the month by resident Lisa Stone. Read more on Buffalo Grove Patch at Braiman: ‘Our Water is Safe’. Braiman also announced changes to the process for public comments during board meetings. The changes came after Stone addressed the Village Board for about 20 minutes at the previous meeting. Details about the changes are at Village President Cracks Down on Public Comments. Trustees continued tweaking an ordinance that will include changes to the village's sign code. The revised ordinance will be considered for approval next month. Review the board's discussion at Village Board Inches Toward Sign Code Updates. In addition: The board approved the reappointment of current commission members, named some new members and accepted the resignations of others. New volunteers include Craig Lane to the Bicycle Committee, Marc Blumenthal as chairman of the Ethics Commission and Bruce Matthews and Steve Goldspiel to ...
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Village Board Inches Toward Sign Code Updates
Buffalo Grove Patch - almost 5 years
Buffalo Grove officials continued to hash out details of a revised sign code last week, coming a little closer to updating rules for business owners to follow as they market their operations. A draft of proposed changes included stipulations for businesses to place electronic signs in their windows, something that, while occasionally done, is currently not permitted by the village. Trustees agreed to uphold the prohibition of electronic window signs. “I think a lot of these types of signs detract from the look and feel of the centers,” Trustee Jeff Berman said. “I feel very strongly that [allowing them] is a flaw in this document.” Businesses will still be allowed to use electronic ground and wall signs by obtaining a variance. A majority of trustees said they’d opt for the messages displayed on those signs to change only every 20 seconds. The Village Board also discussed whether Zoning Board of Appeals members should have a more prominent role in recommendations for varian ...
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Village Will Stick with Waste Management
Buffalo Grove Patch - almost 5 years
What is the value of loyalty and good service? In Buffalo Grove, it’s worth at least 61 cents per month. The Village Board voted 6-0 last week to retain Waste Management for trash and recycling pickup for another five years. Buffalo Grove has relied on Waste Management for at least 40 years, but when the village requested proposals this year from haulers, Republic Services’ pricing came in 61 cents below Waste Management’s monthly fee for pickup at a single-family home. However, officials said that the village receives services from Waste Management that are hard to place a value on. In addition to regular garbage pickup, Waste Management provides service during Buffalo Grove Days and recently teamed with the village in an effort to crack down on ruse burglars.  Furthermore, Trustee Steve Trilling said, a change in service providers also would require changes in garbage cans, automatic bank account withdrawals and pickup days and times. “I don’t think the change is so ...
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PopCap Games Launches Peggle® HD for the iPad® - PR Newswire (press release)
Google News - over 5 years
"We're bringing Peggle in all of its glory to mobile gamers everywhere with this fully optimized adaptation, exclusively for the iPad," noted Andrew Stein, director of mobile business development at PopCap. "Peggle HD delivers riveting game action
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Knightnews.com's Founder Andrew Stein Steps Down to Start Tribune Career - KnightNews.com
Google News - over 5 years
Andrew Stein, the Founder and Director of Knight News, Inc., moves on to start a career with Tribune Company and highlights his experience at UCF. The opinions expressed in this article do not reflect those of KnightNews.com, Knight News, Inc.,
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Weekly Rider: Bristol Zeno Loop - Addison County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Addison County is full of great loops and sometimes you come across one when you least expect it. Last month I visited Zeno Mountain Farm in Lincoln, and I came across this fun little route. Pedaling through lush forest, I thought,
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Bike trail could boost economy - Addison County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
LOCAL MOUNTAIN BIKERS, left to right, Willem Jewett, Christine Rivers, Scott Mallory, and Doon Hindercykx ride through the nine-mile loop at Moosalamoo National Recreation Area. The loop is part of a growing effort to develop mountain
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Starved-dog case ends with misdemeanor - OCRegister
Google News - over 5 years
Defense attorney Andrew Stein successfully argued to Judge Robert J. Higa that the District Attorney Office's case did not meet the standard for a felony conviction. Higa sentenced the 27-year-old former Bellflower resident to 30 days in county jail
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Bristol bike and foot path would carry a hefty price tag - Addison County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
BRISTOL — A feasibility study for a pedestrian path between Bristol's downtown district and Lincoln Gap Road is coming to a close, and its findings don't fare well for residents hoping to make the route safer for walkers,
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Musician follows her dreams - Addison County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
HELEN WESTON WORKS on her parents' Steinway and Sons piano while her mother Vivian looks on last week in Bristol. Helen Weston, a lifelong musician, recently became a registered piano technician and is one of fewer than 2500 people in
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Weekly Rider: Bristol-Middlebury Commute - Addison County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
Sometimes you just need to get to where you're going. But why do it on a bike? It's fun; convenient in the spring, summer and fall; and if you're headed to Bristol from Middlebury or visa-versa, it only adds about 20 minutes to your
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Poison parsnip invasion spreading - Addison County Independent
Google News - over 5 years
POISON PARSNIP, WHICH looks like Queen Anne's Lace with yellow flowers, continues to spread in Addison County. The plant can cause second-degree burns after contact with skin and exposure to the sun. Independent photo/Andrea Warren
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Timeline
Learn about memorable moments in the evolution of Andrew Stein
    LATE_ADULTHOOD
  • 2010
    Age 64
    On May 27, 2010, Stein was indicted and arrested for lying about his involvement during the investigation of the multimillion-dollar Ponzi scheme involving Ken Starr, a financial advisor to various Hollywood celebrities.
    More Details Hide Details He pleaded guilty and was sentenced to 500 hours of community service.
  • 2008
    Age 62
    When asked about the relationship, Stein told the paper, "She's attacked a lot of my friends, but what can I say, opposites attract!" On January 7, 2008, Stein told the Post that the relationship was over, citing irreconcilable differences.
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  • 2007
    Age 61
    According to a report in the New York Post on October 10, 2007, Stein had begun dating the conservative writer Ann Coulter.
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  • FORTIES
  • 1993
    Age 47
    In 1993, Stein announced he would challenge Mayor Dinkins in the primary.
    More Details Hide Details Despite his reputation as a liberal, Stein had tried to get the endorsement of the Republican and Conservative parties, but was unsuccessful. Stein later dropped out before the primary and briefly tried a bid for public advocate against City Consumer Affairs Commissioner Mark J. Green, City Councilwoman Susan Alter, and State Sen. David Paterson, but withdrew from the race after a few weeks. Stein retired from the city council presidency and from public life in the city. Since leaving office, he has pursued private business as a partner in Arapaho Partners, LLC, a business consulting firm based in New York City.
  • 1989
    Age 43
    Stein was re-elected City Council President in 1989.
    More Details Hide Details In 1989, a decision by the United States Supreme Court declared the Board of Estimate was unconstitutional, in that it violated the principle of "one man, one vote", and a rewriting of the city charter called for the city council presidency to be abolished and the office of public advocate to be created as the presiding officer of the council and first in line of succession to the mayor. The change in duties would occur when Stein's term expired on January 1, 1994.
  • THIRTIES
  • 1985
    Age 39
    Stein declined a race for a third term as borough president in 1985 to run for city council president.
    More Details Hide Details As city council president, Stein served as the presiding officer of the city council, was acting mayor in the absence or disability of Mayor Edward I. Koch, was a voting member of the New York City Board of Estimate, and handled constituent and policy issues. Stein derived most of his power from his seat on the Board of Estimate, which was made up of the mayor, the city comptroller and the city council president, each of whom had two votes, and the five borough presidents, each with one vote.
  • 1984
    Age 38
    He was the Democratic nominee for Congress in the "Silk Stocking District" on Manhattan's East Side in 1984, but was defeated by incumbent Republican S.
    More Details Hide Details William Green.
  • 1983
    Age 37
    Stein has been married twice: He and his first wife have one daughter named Paige. Stein's second marriage to attorney, Lynn Forester, lasted from 1983 to 1993 with the couple having two sons: Ben and Jake Stein.
    More Details Hide Details He is often ridiculed in the media for wearing what is widely considered to be an excessively luxurious toupee.
  • 1981
    Age 35
    Stein defeated Dinkins again in the 1981 Democratic primary for the borough presidency.
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  • 1977
    Age 31
    In 1977, Stein was elected as borough president of Manhattan, defeating New York City Clerk David Dinkins in the Democratic primary.
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  • TWENTIES
  • 1969
    Age 23
    He was a member of the New York State Assembly from 1969 to 1977, sitting in the 178th, 179th, 180th, 181st and 182nd New York State Legislatures.
    More Details Hide Details He was well known for his series of public hearings into the management practices of nursing homes in the state.
  • CHILDHOOD
  • 1945
    Born
    Born on March 4, 1945.
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