Four mayoral candidates talk crime, education and zoning at virtual forum

Four New York City mayoral candidates answered questions Thursday, June 3, at a forum focused on crime, education and zoning in Ridgewood as they near the June 22 primaries.

Three Democratic candidates participated in the forum: Andrew Yang, a former 2020 presidential candidate; Eric Adams, the Brooklyn borough president; and Kathryn Garcia, former New York City sanitation commissioner. The only Republican candidate in attendance was Curtis Sliwa, founder of the Guardian Angels, a group of volunteers who patrol subways. 

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