Senators Schumer & Gillibrand endorse Councilmember Elizabeth Crowley

(Glendale)- Today Council Member Elizabeth Crowley’s Campaign for Re-Election announced the endorsement of Senator Chuck Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand.   “I am so honored to have the support of our United States Senators,” said Council Member Elizabeth Crowley. “Senator Chuck Schumer and Senator Kirsten Gillibrand have been strong leaders for our state and strong Read More …

Supporting our Local Businesses and Reducing Unnecessary Fines

(Ridgewood)- Friday Council Member Elizabeth Crowley toured local businesses in the Ridgewood Business Improvement District along Myrtle Ave. Council Member Elizabeth Crowley met with local storeowners, managers and employees to discuss local issues and interaction with the city.   “Commercial strips like Myrtle Ave are important economic engines for our communities,” said Council Member Elizabeth Crowley. “We Read More …

Supporting our Manufacturing to Grow our Local Economy

(Maspeth)- Yesterday Council Member Elizabeth Crowley toured the Canada Dry Distribution Center, which employs approximately 175 people with Maspeth Industrial Business Association President Jean Tanler. Council Member Crowley toured the facility to speak with managers and workers about how we can grow our local economy. “The Industrial Business Zones are a great way to grow Read More …

Local Residents Thank Council Member Elizabeth Crowley for Dedicated Advocacy and Improving their Communities

Today, local residents within the 30th Council District thanked Council Member Elizabeth Crowley for fighting for important community improvements and endorsed her re-election campaign. Since taking office in 2009, Council Member Crowley has aggressively pursued new infrastructure projects and helped upgrade local parks, libraries, and schools.   “I am honored to have the support of my neighbors in Glendale, Maspeth, Middle Village, Ridgewood, Woodhaven, Read More …

Elizabeth Crowley Announces New Initiatives to Fix our City’s 911 System

(Glendale)- Today Council Member Crowley announced new policy initiatives to fix our broken 911 system.   “After Mayor Bloomberg’s administration wasted $2 billion of our tax dollars on a faulty 911 system, I stood up and fought to expose those flaws,” said Council Member Crowley. “While we have made progress in fixing this system, there Read More …

Elizabeth Crowley Announces Endorsements for Re-Election Campaign

Today Council Member Crowley received wide ranging support from local elected leaders and unions representing middle class families throughout the 30th Council District.   “I am deeply honored to have the support of my colleagues, local elected officials and local unions,” Crowley. “We have all been fighting hard for the middle class and for the Read More …

Elizabeth Crowley Maxes Out in Latest Filing With CFB

Today, New York City Council Member Elizabeth Crowley submitted her campaign filing with the New York City Campaign Finance Board (CFB). In total, Crowley has raised $160,678 from  393 people, and, with expected matching funds, she has reached the CFB’s limit of $168,000. “We are thankful for the tremendous support for Council Member Crowley’s re-election Read More …

Elizabeth Crowley Kicks Off 2013 Campaign

COUNCIL MEMBER ELIZABETH CROWLEY KICKS OFF RE-ELECTION CAMPAIGN  Yesterday, Council Member Elizabeth Crowley hosted a grand opening celebration of her new campaign office with more than 100 supporters, elected officials, and union leaders. Crowley kicked off her re-election campaign in the 30th Council District, where she has proven to the residents of Maspeth, Middle Village, Read More …

GLENDALE/104 CIVILIAN OBSERVATION PATROL PRESENT COUNCIL MEMBER ELIZABETH CROWLEY WITH CUSTOM STREET SIGN

On Thursday, August 29, members of the Glendale/104 Civilian Observation Patrol presented Council Member Elizabeth Crowley with a custom street sign to thank the Council Member for the funding she allocated in the 2014 budget and her commitment to public safety. Pictured from left to right: Thomas Bruno, John Wilczynski, Camille Venezia, Council Member Elizabeth Read More …