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Rudy Giuliani addresses REBNY residential brokers.

Rudolph W. Giuliani, a potential Republican New York City mayoralty candidate next year, recently addressed The Real Estate Board of New York's Residential Brokerage Committee, focusing on the timely issues of city crime, education and politics.

Giuliani, a former U.S. Attorney for the Southern District of New York and presently a member of the law firm of Anderson, Kill, Olick and Oshinsky, was a candidate for mayor in 1989.

In his talk to the committee's Annual Luncheon Meeting earlier in June and in the question and answer period that followed, Giuliani outlined his solutions to problems facing New York City today. He reported several fundamental approaches he would take to improve quality of life and economic conditions here. He said that "what will help the residential real estate industry will basically help New York City be a city where one would like to live and bring up children."

The meeting was attended by some 50 owners and managers of major Manhattan residential brokerage companies.
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Title Annotation:former New York, New York mayoral candidate; Real Estate Board of New York
Publication:Real Estate Weekly
Date:Jul 8, 1992
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