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New Energy, New Ideas: Ken Biberaj For UWS City Council

 Ken has worked hard over the last year and a half to meet Upper West Siders and talk about the challenges that impact our neighborhood. He's been at subway stops, grocery stores, and met people in their homes to have conversations about what solutions are needed for the future. His desire to improve the quality of life, protect our neighborhood's values, and invest in the future of our community will guide him in the city council.

Now it's your turn to help bring Ken's energy, ideas and perspective to City Hall.

Vote for Ken Biberaj on Sept. 10th.

NYC Patrolmen's Benevolent Association Endorses Ken Biberaj for City Council

The NYC Patrolmen’s Benevolent Association has endorsed Ken Biberaj for City Council in the 6th District covering Clinton and the Upper West Side. 
Patrick J. Lynch, President of the PBA stated “I am very impressed by Ken's commitment to the issues important to our police officers and to keeping our city safe. With a new administration and new laws set to take effect, there is a lot of uncertainty about public safety in the months ahead. Ken has the energy, vision, and judgment to keep New York City moving forward, and that is why the PBA is proud to endorse him for City Council."
The endorsement event took place at the Amsterdam Houses on West 63rd, and Jackie Rowe-Adams from Harlem Mothers Save was a guest of honor. 

The NY League of Conservation Voters Endorses Ken Biberaj for City Council

NYLCV President Marcia Bystryn announces endorsement of Ken Biberaj for City Council in New York's 6th District, the Upper West Side.

Ken speaks on how the City Council can influence New York's environment, highlighting Preparing for Climate Change, #12 of "Ken's 25 New Ideas For the Upper West Side," a long-term vision to prepare the city for the effects of climate change in line with Mayor Bloomberg's 'PlaNYC' proposal.

Conversations With Ken: Adam Katz of Food City

 

 

Ken meets with Adam Katz of Food City, an institution an the Upper West Side that is losing its lease after 43 years of business. Here they discuss the importance of small business in the community and how residents can help save Food City.  

How Politician Learns Small Business Community Needs

Capture Your Flag is a knowledge video library created from a repeating annual documentary interview series of up and coming leaders from varies backgrounds. Ken sits down with founder Eric Michielsen to talk about his career and political endeavors. 

How Immigrant Family Embraces American Citizenship

Capture Your Flag is a knowledge video library created from a repeating annual documentary interview series of up and coming leaders from varies backgrounds. Ken sits down with founder Eric Michielsen to talk about his career and political endeavors.