Lindsay was a member of the United States House of Representatives from January 1959 to December 1965 and mayor of New York City from January 1966 to December 1973. This triangle is named after the mayor of New York City, John V. Lindsay, was elected mayor of New York when the recount of yesterday's elections went into its final stages earlier today. Lindsay came out from behind around midnight to overcome the lead accumulated by Democrat Abraham D. Beame, and continued on from there.
It was way behind, but obviously it was the spoiler. In 1949, Lindsay began his political career as director of the Young Republicans Club of New York and, in 1952, founded the organization Youth For Eisenhower. Lindsay proposed in 1970, the most significant change in New York City's rent control legislation since its creation in 1943. Lindsay tried to reduce and balance the city's budget in 1971 by laying off 2,800 people, and threatened to lay off more than 90,000 people unless the city received aid from the state government, reducing funding and increasing taxes. Mayor Wagner, the man who did not choose to run for a fourth term in the City Hall, only needed a minute and 24 seconds at the polls of PS 190, 311 E.
LINDSAY, John Vliet, representative of New York; born in New York City on November 24, 1921; he graduated from Buckley School in New York in 1935, Saint Lindsay's victory in the 1965 mayoral elections with the Republican nomination and the support of the liberals. The New York Party made him the first Republican mayor of New York City since Fiorello La Guardia. Lindsay's victory in Democratic New York automatically elevated him to the front row of leaders of the moderate Republican wing of the national party. Comptroller Abraham Beame stated that Lindsay had less control over budget spending than any other mayor of New York City and criticized Lindsay's budget cuts.
Lindsay vetoed the budget approved by the city council for the fiscal year 1967-1967, but her veto was overturned by the city council. In 1965, Lindsay was elected the 103rd female mayor of New York City, one of the youngest men to hold office and the first Republican female mayor since 1941. Sarah Ann was the wife of Nicholas Wyckoff, a direct descendant of Pieter Claesen Wyckoff, one of the most prominent citizens of 17th century New York. During Lindsay's tenure, New York City's mental health services went from being the Community Mental Health Board to the Department of Mental Health and Mental Retardation Services with J.