Borelli, Matteo Call for Hearing on Correction Officer Safety in Response to Brawl Injuring 20 Officers
October 04, 2018

Borelli, Matteo Call for Hearing on Correction Officer Safety in Response to Brawl Injuring 20 Officers

The leadership of the Correction Officers’ Benevolent Association (COBA), including President Elias Husamudeen, have suggested that the protocols and procedures necessary to ensure the safety of the officers are not in…

Borelli: Voters Will Hold Senate Democrats Accountable Over Treatment of Kavanaugh
October 04, 2018

Borelli: Voters Will Hold Senate Democrats Accountable Over Treatment of Kavanaugh

Written by New York City Councilman and Republican Commentator Joseph Borelli, and published on TownHall.com On Monday, the Supreme Court began its new term. Over the coming months, the court will hear cases, make decisions and set precedent on some of the most important legal issues in history, ranging from the death penalty, double jeopardy, […]

Borelli Allocates $175,000 to Create a STEM Lab at P.S. 56 in Woodrow
October 03, 2018

Borelli Allocates $175,000 to Create a STEM Lab at P.S. 56 in Woodrow

Council Member Joseph C. Borelli (R-South Shore) is allocating $175,000 in funding from his capital budget this year to create a STEM lab for P.S. 56 in Woodrow. The STEM (Science, Technology, English, Math) lab will provide a scientific environment where students…

Political fallout for Trump from Kavanaugh
October 03, 2018

Political fallout for Trump from Kavanaugh

New York City Councilman and Republican Commentator Joe Borelli appeared on the Fox Business Network with host Neil Cavuto to discuss the political fallout for President Trump from the Brett Kavanaugh confirmation hearings and the allegations in the New York Times report on Trump’s past taxes.

How will the markets react if Kavanaugh isn’t confirmed?
September 26, 2018

How will the markets react if Kavanaugh isn’t confirmed?

New York City Councilman and Republican Commentator Joe Borelli joined Neil Cavuto and Susan Li on the Fox Business Network to discuss how the Senate Judiciary Committee will vote on Judge Brett Kavanaugh’s nomination to the Supreme Court on Friday and how the stock market would react if he isn’t confirmed.

Borelli announces largest ever arts and cultural education funding allocation for south shore schools
September 19, 2018

Borelli announces largest ever arts and cultural education funding allocation for south shore schools

Council Member Joseph C. Borelli (R-South Shore) has announced that his office has allocated more than $500,000 in funding for arts and cultural programming in south shore schools this fiscal year. The funds will be used to bring world-class arts and cultural organiz…

Borelli bill allowing online filing of smoke alarm plans advances, receives hearing
September 19, 2018

Borelli bill allowing online filing of smoke alarm plans advances, receives hearing

Council Member Joseph Borelli’s (R-Staten Island) legislation allowing smoke alarm plans to be filed online with the New York City Fire Department (FDNY) instead of in-person and paper filings at MetroTech Center in Brooklyn was heard today during a meeting of the Co…

How far should the White House go to identify op-ed author?
September 19, 2018

How far should the White House go to identify op-ed author?

New York City Councilman and Republican Commentator Joe Borelli appeared on Fox & Friends First to debate Democratic Strategist Max Burns on how far the White House should go to identify the author of a recent op-ed that criticized the President.

Regulatory environments impact on Uber
September 06, 2018

Regulatory environments impact on Uber

New York City Councilman and Republican Commentator Joe Borelli appeared on the Fox Business Network with Neil Cavuto to discuss how new regulations are affecting Uber and the ride sharing industry.

Borelli announces discretionary awards for South Shore Parent Teacher Associations
September 05, 2018

Borelli announces discretionary awards for South Shore Parent Teacher Associations

For fiscal year 2019, each of these associations will receive $3,000. With this, the parents of each school are able to get right to the business of improving their children’s experience at each of their schools instead of immediately having to fret about fundraising…