Toby Ann Stavisky
In a small room right off the lobby of a swanky residential building overlooking Central Park last night, a handful of Democratic lawmakers, donors and political operatives gathered for what ought to have been a festive occasion: the holiday party hosted by the New York State Senate Democrats.(1)
The oldest public school in New York City is facing dramatic changes, and potential closure.
On Friday, opponents of the Bloomberg administration’s school-improvement measures, among them State Senator Toby Ann Stavisky, gathered in front of Flushing High School in Queens to ask for a reprieve for the 139-year-old institution.(1)