Yonkers City Council

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Seal of Yonkers

The Yonkers City Council is the legislative branch of Yonkers and uses a weak Mayor-Council government. The city elects six councilmen, each serving four year terms and an at-large member which is called the City Council president, all serving for four years at a time and subject to two-term limits. Regular meetings are held every Tuesday of the month, with extra meetings to be held other days, if planned.[1] The city is largest in Westchester County, New York and fourth largest in the state.[2]

City Council[edit]

Current seats
Position/District Name Party Last elected
City Council President Liam McLaughlin Republican 2013
1st District Christopher Johnson Democratic 2011
2nd District Corazon Pineda Democratic 2013
Minority Leader/3rd District Michael Sabatino Democratic 2011
4th District Dennis Shepard Republican 2013
5th District Mike Breen Republican 2011
Majority Leader/6th District John Larkin Republican 2013

Committees[edit]

City Hall
  • Rules
  • Budget
  • Environmental Policy and Protection
  • Real Estate
  • Education
  • Intergovernmental Affairs
  • Municipal Operations and Public Safety
  • Community Service
  • Legislation and Codes

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