News & Updates


November 7, 2001 -- New York Times -- Metro Briefing | New York: Manhattan: Stuyvesant Air-Quality Dispute
Parents and Board of Education officials clashed over air quality at Stuyvesant High School, which is four blocks north of the still-smoldering World Trade Center site. An environmental consultant hired by the parents has advised them that the school's dust levels are ''a potential health concern.'' Marilena Christodoulou, the parent association president, said they want special filters, known as HEPA filters, installed. Continue reading

November 6, 2001 -- New York Times -- Traumatic Moments End, But the Reminders Linger
Elizabeth Bakalar and Zoe Risutto both ran for their lives on the morning of Sept. 11, fleeing their office a few blocks from the World Trade Center. Eight weeks later, they are both surrounded by reminders of what they experienced. Continue reading

November 6, 2001 -- New York Post -- Traumatic Moments End, But the Reminders Linger
Elizabeth Bakalar and Zoe Risutto both ran for their lives on the morning of Sept. 11, fleeing their office a few blocks from the World Trade Center. Continue reading

November 4, 2001 -- New York Times -- Your Home; Cleaning Dust From Air Ducts
RESPONSIBLE homeowners are generally diligent about cleaning their homes and apartments to eliminate dust and dirt from floors and furniture. And good property managers are equally attuned to similar conditions in lobbies and hallways of buildings they manage. Continue reading

November 4, 2001 -- New York Times -- As Grief Sets In, More Seek Help
PATRICIA DONOVAN-DUFF was preparing for work on Sept. 11 when, on television, she saw the planes hit the World Trade Center. Mrs. Donovan-Duff, program director of the Bereavement Center of Westchester, plunged into action, anticipating an enormous number of people contacting her organization in Tuckahoe. Continue reading

November 4, 2001 -- New York Times -- As Grief Sets In, More Seek Help
Patricia Donovan-Duff was preparing for work on Sept. 11 when, on television, she saw the planes hit the World Trade Center. Continue reading

November 4, 2001 -- New York Times -- Your Home; Cleaning Dust From Air Ducts
Responsible homeowners are generally diligent about cleaning their homes and apartments to eliminate dust and dirt from floors and furniture. And good property managers are equally attuned to similar conditions in lobbies and hallways of buildings they manage. Continue reading

November 2, 2001 -- New York Times -- Workers and Residents Are Safe, Officials Say
Environmental and health officials sought to assure a City Council committee yesterday that there were no indications of serious long-term health risks to workers or residents at or near ground zero, amid growing concerns to the contrary. Continue reading

November 2, 2001 -- New York Times -- Environmental and health officials sought to assure a City Council committee yesterday that there were no indications of serious long-term health risks to workers or residents at or near ground zero, amid growing concerns to the contrary.
Environmental and health officials sought to assure a City Council committee yesterday that there were no indications of serious long-term health risks to workers or residents at or near ground zero, amid growing concerns to the contrary. Continue reading

November 1, 2001 -- New York Times -- In America; Hungry and Jobless
"Our members," said John Turchiano, ''have never been in this position before." Mr. Turchiano is a spokesman for the Hotel and Restaurant Workers union in New York City. On Monday four tractor-trailer trucks from the group Feed the Children pulled up outside the union's health center in Elmhurst, Queens. Continue reading