Mayer touts bill bolstering Yonkers city court

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YONKERS — State Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer, D-Yonkers, today urged the governor to sign a bill increasing from six to seven the number of full-time judges in Yonkers City Court.

The change would likely help ease the caseloads of individual judges.

In Westchester County, under the legislation, White Plains would get four full-time city court judges, up from three full-timers and one part-timer; and New Rochelle would get three full-time judges, up from two plus a part-timer. The county’s other three cities — Mount Vernon, Peekskill and Rye — would see no changes.

According to Mayer, Yonkers has not received a legislative increase to its number of judges since 1990, while all other large cities in New York have gotten at least one such increase since 2000.

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  1. Really! “State Assemblywoman Shelley Mayer, D-Yonkers, today urged the governor to sign a bill increasing from six to seven the number of full-time judges in Yonkers City Court. The change would likely help ease the caseloads of individual judges”.

    Why? Why is the State Shelley Meyer!lywoman so much concerned? Hope there is ” no Classmate” of hers who needs a Prestigious Job! . . .

    And, where was the “State Assemblywoman” when the Governor was imposing his Self Authored 2% Cap? Where is the Budget now to “Request The Governor to Sign a Bill Queen Shelly?

    . . . or is it optional when getting Friends Circles Appointed in State Appointments?

    Please! Correct me, if I am wrong may be Assemblywoman is planning to donate all the Money that she collected from Running For Office” sitting in her Campaign Account to Pay for the ” Salary ” of the additional Judge?

    Wow!

    Follow the Law! Its not Christmas Shopping at The NYS Treasury!

    . . . for a Change America was fooled for!

    HABIBHASAN-An American Storyteller

  2. CORRECTION
    I typed Assemblywoman and instead the Touch Pad Keyboard typed lywoman after the Honorable Assemblywoman’s name!

    And, the mistake was unintentional and is regretted by HABIBHASAN-An American Storyteller. I Respect the AAssemblywoman in high esteemvbut My difference is on Opinions and Not Person whatsoever.