NY Daily News: ‘Vax Daddy,’ Dr. Jay Varma join Manhattan borough president’s COVID recovery task force

“Vax Daddy” and a top disease doc are joining an effort…

The City: Hub for Gig Workers, Community Board Diversity Top Manhattan BP To-Do List

New Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine is aiming to create…

New York Post: Manhattan officials ask MTA to ‘quickly’ test subway platform barriers after fatal shove

Manhattan’s leading elected officials want the MTA to “move…

Manhattan Times: “We need to do something”

Housing court cases are set to resume, with the court system…

Streetsblog: Manhattan BP Looks To ‘Balance’ Community Boards By Asking if Applicants Own a Car

New Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine is looking to ensure…

Chelsea News: Levine’s Pillars to a Comeback

On his first full day as Manhattan borough president, Mark…

Daily News: Manhattan to gets its own ‘COVID recovery czar’ to head task force

Manhattan is getting a new COVID recovery czar charged with helping New Yorkers come back from the ravages of the pandemic. Former Deputy Manhattan Borough President Aldrin Bonilla is set to take up the new position on Monday as head of the COVID Recovery Task Force created by Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine.

West Side Rag: Drop-In Testing Site Opens, and Another Is On Its Way

Newly sworn-in Manhattan Borough President (MBP) Mark Levine…

AMNY: Mark Levine looks to ‘chart that course forward’ for Manhattan as its incoming borough president

Incoming Manhattan Borough President Mark Levine has lofty ambitions…

Forward: In new job, the ‘Anthony Fauci of the New York City Council’ aims to fight COVID and antisemitism

Mark Levine, a term-limited councilman from Manhattan, is battle tested. In his two campaigns for the City Council, Levine, who is Jewish, was subject to vitriolic antisemitic attacks from a primary rival. “I have confronted explicit antisemitism in politics before and I’ve proven that we can beat it,” he said after his re-election. And just as he was preparing to be sworn in as Manhattan Borough President on Saturday, Levine contracted COVID for the second time.