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District 18

Amanda Farías

Soundview, Castle Hill, Parkchester, Clason Point, Harding Park

Read my monthly column in the Bronx Times here:

  • City And State: Opinion: Transit Equity Starts In The Bronx 
  • The New Yorker: The Majority For The First Time, Women Make Up Most Of The City Council
  • Gotham Gazette: Speaker Adams Names City Council Leadership, New Committee Chairs And Members 
  • Gotham Gazette: As Mayor Adams Takes On The Issue, City Council Examines Nyc Workforce Development Programs And Plans
  • The City: Four Bronx Council Members Give Constituents New Power to Vote on Local Spending, Even as Five Others Pull Out
  • Bronx Times: Four Bronx Council Members Give Communities A Say With Participatory Budgeting 
  • Bronxnet: Bronx Talks – City Council 
  • Daily News: Bronx Councilwoman Begins Push For Nyc Jobs Guarantee
  • WNYC: The Brian Lehrer Show, 51 Council Members In 52 Weeks,
  • Daily News: Mayor Adams Launches Crackdown On Infant Formula Price Gougers Amid City’s Dwelling Supply
  • Bronx Times: Column: First 100 Days
  • Norwood News: New Law & Task Force Aims To Prevent Another Twin Parks Fire Tragedy
  • OurTown: A Day Of Protest, Council Members Joined New Yorkers To Rally For Abortion Rights On Tuesday After The Leaked Supreme Court Draft Majority Opinion — Poised To Overturn Roe V. Wade
  • Politics NY: Mayor Signs Off On New Bids, Amends Pay Transparency Law
  • Bronx Times: Mayor Adams Signs New Business Improvement District Into Law For Castle Hill Section
  • Norwood News: Bronx City Council Members Introduce Bill Expanding Heat Sensor Program To Track Building Heat Requirements
  • Bronx Times: Column- Castle Hill Is Getting A Business Improvement District
  • News 12: New Shower Hoses Installed In Bronx Homes At Risk Of Legionnaires Disease
  • News 12: Multiple City Agencies Joining Forces In Hunts Point Transformation Plan
  • Bronx Times: Column: We Are One Step Closer To Transit Equity
  • City Land: City Planning Hears Application for Affordable Housing for Seniors and New Venue for Church in Soundview
  • News 12: Power & Politics Full Show: City Council Women’s Caucus Plans To Protect Abortion Access
  • Bronx Times: Highlights from Council District 18’s budget for FY 2023
  • Streetsblog NYC: To-Do List: Congestion Pricing Must Mitigate Added Bronx Trucks, Pols Say
  • Bronx Times: Column: Investing in affordable housing is critical to our economic recovery
  • City and State: The 2022 Power of Diversity: Latino 100
  • AMNY: Pol Floats Half-Price NYC Ferry Tickets for Kids
  • Bronx Times: Stevenson Commons holds Family Day Event and Back to School giveaway
  • CUNY Latina: September 2022 | LATiNAS
  • News 12: ROLL OUT! Skate Party Brings Good Vibes to Parkchester
  • Bronx Times: Column: Participatory Budgeting is Back
  • Bronx Times: Column: Breaking down the ballot for the Nov. 8 midterm elections
  • News 12: Bronx doctors highlight free mobile mammograms at Stevenson Family Health Center
  • City Life: City completes $8.8 million transformation of Morrison ave plaza in the Bronx
  • Plant Talk: Council Member Amanda Farías Takes Part in Urban Advantage Family Science Day
  • News 12: Council Member Farias hosts Thanksgiving giveaway at Sotomayor Community Center
  • NY 1: Council Member Amanda Farías discusses the Bronx’s recovery
  • News 12: It represents the future’ – $87M restoration project on Orchard Beach Pavilion Begins
  • Bronx Times: The once star attraction of the Bronx, Orchard Beach is now set for $87M renovation