- Wetprin Releases Letter From N.Y.C. McDonald, Michael // Bond Buyer;10/30/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31751, p4
Reports on the private letter released by New York City Council member David Weprin from the Conflicts of Interest Board that clears his joining of Sterne, Agee & Leach's New York public finance office. Guidelines set for Weprin's working as a banker.
- Getting Back to Banking. McDonald, Michael // Bond Buyer;10/2/2003, Vol. 346 Issue 31749, p1
Reports that New York City council member David I. Weprin has joined Alabama-based broker/dealer Sterne Agee & Leach Inc. as senior vice president in the company's New York division. Weprin's experience in public finance banking; Absence of conflict between Weprin's job as a councilor and vice...
- Weprin's Double Life. O'Brien, Elizabeth // Bond Buyer;8/22/2005, Vol. 353 Issue 32201, p1
Focuses on New York City councilman David I. Weprin. Career highlights; Public finance background; Plan to run next term for speaker of the council, a position elected by the council members; Involvement in high-profile projects.
- When race trumps gay. Durrenberger, Dan // Echo Magazine;5/8/2003, Vol. 14 Issue 17, p14
Comments on the campaign strategy of interim Phoenix, Arizona councilwoman Jessica Florez. Number of candidates running for an empty seat on the Phoenix city council in 2003; Groups which oppose Florez's council appointment as interim member.
- NEW YORK: Keeping It in the Family. Phillips, Ted // Bond Buyer;11/30/2009, Vol. 370 Issue 33224, p9
The article reports on the plan of New York City council member David Weprin to run for his brother Mark Weprin's seat in the New York State Assembly in New York. During his tenure, David was the chairman of the council's finance committee. According to David, if elected, he plans to continue...
- Instead of selling assets, lose half the clowns in city's 'rogues' circus' // Crain's Chicago Business;12/21/2009, Vol. 32 Issue 51, p14
The article presents the author's opinion on reducing the number of city council members in Chicago, Illinois. The author suggests that if Chicago wants to save tens of millions of dollars a year, one strategy is to go from 50 wards to 25. While geographical representation in a city the size of...
- Don't Drop the Ball with Your Council! Garrett, Bill; Schreuder, Janice; Mathis, Bill // Public Management (00333611);Jul2006, Vol. 88 Issue 6, p56
The article shows how instrumental the relationship between council and staff has become. It gives out a cautionary note that councils are important, reminding the members that, in spite of the value that professional management contributes to the community. It also mentions focusing more on...
- Indy should ban contractor contributions. VAUGHN, Julia // Indianapolis Business Journal;8/8/2011 Supplement, p6B
The author comments on the proposal by the Fort Wayne City Council member Liz Brown to ban contractor contributions in Indiana. She states that candidates and city offices have taken for granted that a large percentage of their campaign war chests come from entities seeking to do business with...
- Are City Councils a Relic of the Past? Gurwitt, Rob // Governing;Apr2003, Vol. 16 Issue 7, p20
Comments on the inability of U.S. city councils to cope up with the 21st-century urban life. Responsibilities of city councilmen; Criticisms against the system of political micromanagement; Assessment of the problems faced by city councils; Power of the mayor's office.