来源 ：中华人民共和国水利部 2019-12-09 17:03:56|河南的22选5开奖结果
[Update: Amazon said on Thursday that it was canceling plans to build a corporate campus in New York City.]
On Friday afternoon, as the wind blew off the Anable Basin through the site of Amazon’s prospective campus in Queens, Jimmy Van Bramer took a phone call. The city councilman has been one of the fiercest antagonists of the deal that would reward Amazon’s expansion in New York to a seemingly limitless degree. Corey Johnson, the council speaker, was on the other line. Last month, Mr. Johnson had described the company’s eagerness to accept so much public money to come to New York as “vulture, monopolistic capitalism at it worst.”
Was the news that Amazon was reconsidering its move to New York merely an act of gamesmanship? Or was it a genuine retreat? This was the purpose of the call. Strong-arming, in fact, has been the Amazon way. Last year the company threatened to scale back its growth in Seattle, the city with which it is synonymous, following the City Council’s unanimous passage of a measure that would have added a tax on companies grossing more than million a year to fight homelessness. Less than a month later, the tax was repealed, at which point an Amazon spokesman ennobled the reversal as “the right decision for the region’s economic prosperity.”
Given such apparent indifference to inequality, let alone the company’s well-known intolerance of organized labor and a historical moment in which billionaire capitalism has distinctly lost its glow, it is easy to see why Amazon’s encroachment into Long Island City has been a flash point for progressive politics.
The billions of dollars in tax breaks the company will receive has caused enormous outrage among liberals. Yet we hear virtually nothing about the 0 million a year that the state hands out in film and television tax credits, often for productions that would be shooting in New York anyway. (Was it ever a plan to shoot “Russian Doll’’ in Sacramento?)
Further, Amazon is sure to accelerate gentrification in a neighborhood that did not get its first Starbucks until 2017. Vernon Boulevard, a primary artery, still has stores that look as if the inventory was acquired at a garage sale, and there is no Starbucks on Vernon at all.
The conventional wisdom on the left has it that Amazon’s arrival will do little or nothing to help low-income people, but many who would fall into that category don’t seem to share the sentiment. A new poll from Siena College is only the most recent indicator, revealing that blacks and Hispanics favor Amazon’s arrival in Queens by a margin of nearly 20 to 30 points over whites. Those making less than ,000 favor the move nearly to the same extent that those who would benefit most — those making more than 0,000.
Like all polls, this one has an important caveat — it was conducted across the state rather than focused in New York City, where the impact would obviously be the greatest. Still, its themes reinforce a Quinnipiac poll in December, in which the highest rate of approval for Amazon’s move came from the Bronx, the borough which is also distinguished by having the city’s highest poverty rate.
Approval dipped considerably when respondents were told how much money Amazon would receive in tax credits to come to Queens. Support in the Bronx dropped from 64 percent to 54 percent; in Manhattan, only 39 percent approved of the tax incentives.
So what is the way forward? Is there a progressive case to be made for Amazon that would appease the critics whose support seems essential? If Amazon does back away, it will be because the investments it has already made in training, hiring and development could go wasted in the face of an uncertain public approval process.
That process became a lot more uncertain when Michael Gianaris, a state senator representing the district where Amazon would land, was nominated to a board that has the capacity to disable the deal. He has aggressively argued against the arrival of Amazon under the terms the city and state granted.
If Amazon demands to be loved less ambivalently, logic dictates that it will have to concede to a renegotiation of some of those terms. Crucially, if it wants to salvage a public image that extends beyond the notion that it is merely on the receiving end of things, it will need to broaden its conception of talent.
At a panel I moderated at a New York Times conference on urbanism in December, Kathryn Wylde, the president of the Partnership for New York City and someone who has been involved in the Amazon deal, explained the company’s thinking about coming to New York. Executives looked across the river and saw the new Cornell technology campus on Roosevelt Island, what could be a quick ferry trip away, and decided that Long Island City was where they had to be.
But talent comes in many forms. Also close to the future Amazon site is LaGuardia Community College, which serves more than 50,000 mostly low-income students, many from immigrant families and most working two or three jobs as they slowly make their way through school.
Gail Mellow, a community college graduate herself, is LaGuardia’s president. When she joined a committee on job development that the city and state had assembled after the Amazon deal was announced, she said, she was surrounded by leaders of community groups that served the same constituency that she did. They all agreed that Amazon offered extraordinary opportunities because of the sheer number and scope of the jobs it brought. Huge investments of money, beyond what has been promised, would have to be made not just to employ low-income workers but also to pay for training that would put them on the path to meaningful social mobility.
“What needs to happen has to happen at every level — in our local middle schools, high schools, at community colleges, all through CUNY,’’ Ms. Mellow said, referring to the city’s public university system and the corporate partnerships that would have to evolve. Amazon would need to make commitments to poverty reduction part of its mission. When it had the option in Seattle, it refused.
Still, Ms. Mellow said she was “hyperbolically optimistic.”
“Could this happen? I really don’t know. But I have never seen a chance like this before.” And maybe Amazon hasn’t either.
河南的22选5开奖结果【晚】【上】【七】【点】【整】，【正】【在】【喝】【酒】【的】【城】【卫】【军】【统】【帅】【杨】【凤】【宓】，【几】【乎】【是】【同】【时】【得】【到】【了】【两】【个】【消】【息】： 【首】【先】【是】【城】【主】【已】【经】【同】【意】【所】【罗】【门】【王】【要】【的】【一】【百】【枚】【灵】【石】【的】【请】【求】，【但】【是】【这】【灵】【石】【却】【没】【同】【时】【带】【过】【来】，【并】【言】【明】【让】【杨】【凤】【宓】【自】【行】【筹】【措】。【杨】【凤】【宓】【刚】【准】【备】【骂】【娘】，【紧】【接】【着】【她】【的】【亲】【兵】【就】【带】【来】【了】【第】【二】【个】【消】【息】：【唐】【丁】【越】【狱】。 “【那】【你】【还】【在】【这】【站】【着】【干】【嘛】？【赶】【紧】【去】【加】【固】，【不】【行】【再】
“【小】【六】，【你】【恢】【复】【好】【了】【吗】？”【猫】【筱】【筱】【拂】【手】【关】【掉】【了】【画】【面】，【揉】【了】【揉】【双】【眼】【紧】【闭】【的】【猫】【小】【六】【问】。 【【系】【统】【正】【在】【沉】【睡】【中】，【两】【天】【后】【系】【统】【将】【会】【自】【动】【传】【送】【位】【面】。】 “……”【猫】【筱】【筱】【抿】【了】【抿】【唇】。 【看】【来】，【猫】【小】【六】【在】【位】【面】【之】【中】【帮】【助】【何】【锦】【森】【将】【生】【魂】【从】【黑】【棺】【里】【抽】【离】【之】【后】【送】【入】【他】【的】【身】【体】【的】【时】【候】，【肯】【定】【受】【到】【了】【天】【道】【的】【的】【袭】【击】，【要】【不】【然】【他】【不】【可】【能】【会】【受】【这】
“【爹】！【爹】！” 【山】【林】【中】【突】【然】【响】【起】【来】【一】【个】【少】【年】【的】【呼】【唤】，【他】【的】【声】【音】【让】【所】【有】【忙】【碌】【的】【人】【一】【下】【子】【停】【下】【来】。 【牛】【大】【叔】【一】【下】【子】【紧】**【来】。【赶】【紧】【放】【下】【手】【中】【的】【活】，【朝】【着】【声】【音】【来】【源】【看】【过】【去】。 【几】【个】【背】【着】【自】【制】【弓】【箭】【的】【十】【一】【二】【岁】【的】【少】【年】【飞】【快】【的】【从】【山】【林】【飞】【奔】【出】【来】，【牛】【大】【叔】【连】【忙】【拉】【着】【福】【子】【问】：“【怎】【么】【了】？【出】【什】【么】【事】【了】？” “【没】【事】！【没】【事】！
【三】【叉】【戟】【像】【是】【面】【条】【一】【样】【弯】【弯】【曲】【曲】【的】，【上】【面】【的】【那】【颗】【蓝】【宝】【石】【也】【是】【失】【去】【了】【些】【光】【彩】，【而】【方】【芷】【蓝】，【则】【是】【像】【断】【了】【线】【的】【风】【筝】【一】【样】，【吐】【血】【倒】【飞】【出】【去】。 “【好】【强】！”【曹】【兰】【与】【韩】【一】【怡】【两】【人】【不】【禁】【倒】【吸】【一】【口】【凉】【气】，【她】【们】【还】【是】【第】【一】【次】【见】【到】【严】【律】【释】【放】【出】【大】【道】【帝】【天】【这】【道】【灵】【技】，【威】【力】【上】【有】【些】【超】【乎】【了】【她】【们】【的】【想】【象】，【竟】【然】【在】【一】【瞬】【间】，【便】【将】【方】【芷】【蓝】【击】【败】，【这】【是】【何】【等】【恐】河南的22选5开奖结果【继】【去】【年】【的】【第】【一】【部】【剧】【场】【版】《【我】【的】【英】【雄】【学】【院】 ～【两】【位】【英】【雄】～》【之】【后】，【我】【英】【的】【第】【二】【部】【剧】【场】【版】【已】【经】【安】【排】【上】【了】，【将】【于】2019【年】12【月】20【日】【在】【日】【本】【上】【映】。【第】【二】【部】【来】【的】【如】【此】【迅】【速】，【实】【在】【出】【乎】【预】【料】。【因】【为】【国】【内】【引】【进】【的】【滞】【后】【性】（【晚】【于】【日】【本】【半】【年】）【感】【觉】【第】【一】【部】【刚】【刚】【过】【去】【不】【久】。【第】【一】【部】【在】【日】【本】【最】【终】【斩】【获】16.4【亿】【日】【元】（【约】1.05【亿】【人】【民】【币】）【的】【票】【房】，【国】【内】【票】【房】3879.1【万】，【作】【为】【一】【部】14【年】【开】【始】【连】【载】【的】【漫】【画】，【这】【个】【成】【绩】【已】【经】【非】【常】【厉】【害】【了】。
“【那】【财】【产】【呢】？”【许】【多】【多】【又】【问】：“【那】【丫】【头】【也】【要】【分】【我】【的】【钱】？！” “【不】【不】！【一】【个】【丫】【头】【片】【子】【还】【想】【分】【钱】？！【你】【放】【心】，【财】【产】【全】【都】【给】【你】！” “【这】【样】【做】【会】【不】【会】【太】【绝】【情】？【毕】【竟】【那】【是】【你】【的】【老】【婆】【和】【你】【的】【轻】【生】【骨】【肉】。” “【什】【么】【绝】【情】？！【我】【本】【来】【就】【是】【上】【当】【了】！【咱】【们】【俩】【才】【是】【一】【对】！【那】【招】【娣】【是】【自】【己】【硬】【要】【嫁】【给】【我】【的】！【我】【当】【时】【一】【时】【糊】【涂】【上】【了】【她】【的】【当】
【小】【陈】【的】【肚】，【是】【杂】【货】【铺】！ 【什】【么】【玩】【意】【儿】【都】【搁】【里】【面】【住】！ 【王】【维】【是】【不】【会】【见】【怪】【小】【陈】【有】【那】【么】【多】“【风】【格】【迥】【异】”【的】【作】【品】【的】。 【在】【他】【看】【来】，【他】【这】【个】【学】【生】【有】【极】【强】【的】【模】【仿】【能】【力】—— 【而】【且】【模】【仿】【能】【力】【与】【生】【俱】【来】，【强】【到】【变】【态】！ 【他】【可】【以】【模】【仿】【张】【丞】【相】【的】【风】【格】，【写】《【感】【遇】》：【草】【木】【有】【本】【心】，【何】【求】【美】【人】【折】？ 【也】【可】【以】【模】【仿】【李】【丞】【相】【的】【风】【格】，【写】《