Eric Dinowitz receives top score for votes on environmental issues


On the afternoon of February 11, 2022, Council Member Eric Dinowitz participated in a distribution of PPE and COVID test kits at the northwest corner of Bainbridge Ave and Van Cortlandt Ave East in the Norwood section of the Bronx.
Photo by Adi Talwar

District 11 City Councilman Eric Dinowitz announced March 28 that he had received a perfect score of 100 on the newly released New York Council Environmental Scorecard tracked by the New York League of Conservation Voters. (NYLCV). The scorecard rates council members on their support for environmental issues and is the NYLCV’s primary tool for holding elected officials accountable for progress on these issues.

Among other stories related to the environment, Norwood News previously reported on the installation of a new electric charging station in Norwood, on the position of the municipal councilor on a project ban on plastic straws and on compost awareness.