JOE IN THE MEDIA
Bipartisan calls for New York to amend new bail reform law
De Blasio blames ‘hate’ from Trump, Washington for anti-Semitic attacks in NYC
President Trump’s job approval ticks up amid impeachment inquiry.
Newark sues to stop NYC from relocating homeless people to New Jersey.
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Borelli Funds $500,000 Dental Lab Upgrade at Tottenville High School
The Dental Laboratory Technology program at Tottenville High School is the only Dental Laboratory program on Staten Island. The program is a three-year sequence.
Borelli Announces More Cameras, Support for South Shore Businesses
These programs strengthen the bonds of the communities in which they’re implemented, and they cement the bonds between merchants, residents, local law enforcement, and other community stakeholders.
Borelli, Oddo Provide $350K Needed to Create a STEM Lab at P.S. 1 in Tottenville
The STEM lab will provide a scientific environment where students will be engaged in specific science and technology coursework to answer specific questions through research, experimentation, and simulation in a controlled environment.
Borelli Announces $300K in Funding for Staten Island Seniors
The programming enhancements will include: a horticulture program at Lifestyles for the Disabled; a nutritional support program for the Korean American Senior Citizens Association of New York; coach-led exercises and workshops at south shore…
Borelli, Public School Students Plant Over 1,000 Daffodils at South Shore Schools
Council Member Joseph C. Borelli and students from four Staten Island schools, armed with shovels and daffodil bulbs, planted about 1,000 of the yellow flowers today at their school campuses on the South Shore.
Borelli Announces More than $500k in Funding for Elementary School Technology Purchases
The enhancements will include major technology upgrades, including smart boards and laptops at thirteen local schools; P.S. 4, 6, 8, 37, 42, 53, 55, 58, and 62, and I.S. 24, 34, and 72.