BronxTalk: Vacca, James to talk blizzard
| January 1, 2011
Brooklyn Councilmember Letitia James, the chair of the Council's sanitation committee, and Bronx Councilmember Jim Vacca, the chair of the Council's transportation committee, will be the guests on this Monday night to talk about the recent blizzard.
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