Frank Gordon, candidate for mayor, recently enjoyed a delicious lunch of General Tso’s Chicken at Aria Asian Fusion Sushi, 385 Halstead Ave. in Harrison. While there, he did his best imitation of a maneki-neko, or “beckoning cat” (pictured). These figurines, also known as “lucky cats,” are ubiquitous in Asian restaurants and are supposed to bring good luck to the owner. ... See MoreSee Less
Last week, candidates Frank Gordon (for mayor) and Rachel Berkey (for town board) greeted early-morning commuters at the Harrison train station. The volume of commuters was noticeably down from pre-pandemic days, but conversations with residents were as enjoyable as ever. ... See MoreSee Less
Moving Harrison Forward is proud to have sponsored Westchester/Putnam Central Labor Body AFL-CIO’s 12th Annual Labor Picnic Day recently. Mayoral candidate Frank Gordon was there to celebrate the many accomplishments of union labor that have contributed to our nation’s well-being and helped us through the pandemic. The sacrifices of members of the New York State Nurses Association are especially worthy of tribute. #unionstrong ... See MoreSee Less
This weekend marked the 20th anniversary of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. There is perhaps no more appropriate occasion than this to express our views on law enforcement and other uniformed personnel.
Our commitment and support for the Harrison Police Department is second to none. Resident safety and protection is a top priority, which requires that the Department receive robust funding commensurate with its vital responsibility. In addition, the safety of our police officers must not be compromised.
As a member of the Town Board, mayoral candidate Frank Gordon has put these principles into practice through his voting record in support of HPD. His commitment, and our commitment, to our town’s fire departments and emergency medical services are just as strong.
We would never trade on the reputation of town uniformed personnel for political purposes. We scrupulously refrain from using photos of uniformed personnel in our campaign communications, which is prohibited by law. But that doesn’t mean we don’t have their support or are lukewarm in our commitment to them.
We are passionate in our support of the Harrison Police and Fire Departments and Emergency Medical Services, and many of their employees are likewise passionate in their support of us. We will ensure that they have ample resources to fulfill their essential missions.
This is actually laughable. 'Scrupulously refrained ' lol!! Maybe it should be
'After we tried to get one of you fired we thought better than to try to get a picture with you'
Oh, honestly, the kneeling picture. It burns my eyes to see it. C'mon man!! 😎
Thank you Frank for clarifying the truth 🙏.
Why did your counterpart request the Blue Line Flag be removed from the HFD truck? And you personally frank wanted a Police Officer be removed from HHS. Your campaigning in national issues that include defunding the police. How can HMF be trusted.