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  • Is It Time For A Shake-Up In Albany? Rye Councilwoman Thinks So

    Is It Time For A Shake-Up In Albany? Rye Councilwoman Thinks So

    WESTCHESTER, N.Y. -- Enough is enough, says Julie Killian, a Rye City Councilwoman and longtime Westchester education and anti-drug abuse leader, when talking about mismanagement in New York State.According to Killian, the corruption and inefficiencies in Albany have gone too far, with billions of dollars added each year to the costs of living and doing business in New York. Killian ...

  • Rye Mom, Senate Hopeful Strives To Tackle State's Teen Drug Abuse

    Rye Mom, Senate Hopeful Strives To Tackle State's Teen Drug Abuse

    RYE, N.Y. -- When it comes to dealing with youth drug abuse, State Senate candidate and Rye City Councilwoman, Julie Killian, knows more than most.Killian is known for her involvement in Westchester anti-drug coalitions, and has worked to get local teenagers off drugs and educate all youths on the dangers of harmful substances. Killian co-founded Rye Action for Children and Teens, or ...

  • Is State Education Top Of The Class? State Senate Candidate Says No

    Is State Education Top Of The Class? State Senate Candidate Says No

    RYE, N.Y. -- According to Julie Killian, despite sending more money to Albany annually than the vast majority of New York counties, Westchester doesn’t get its fair share of state education funding. It's discrepancies like this that have to change, she says.A State Senate candidate, Rye City Councilwoman, mother of five, and an active Westchester school parent for years, Killian plans ...

  • Do You Support Term Limits, Westchester?

    Do You Support Term Limits, Westchester?

    RYE, N.Y. -- For State Senate candidate Julie Killian, a Rye City Councilwoman and the co-founder of a leading Westchester drug abuse prevention program, it's time to bring the power of the government back to the people.Killian believes that by introducing term limits in state government, voters can break the grip career politicians and the "old boys' network" have had in ...