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Oliver Morrison


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Before writing for the NYCity News Service, Morrison taught English, Drama and lead after-school programming in rural Arkansas for seven years. He is currently pursuing a Master's degree in Journalism at CUNY and is a graduate of Deep Springs College and Oxford University. Oliver was a contributor to our 2013 primary election photo essay on voting and campaigning in the Bronx.

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Articles, Investigations and Blogs

Documents obtained by City Limits outline a litany of obstacles that the city's pilot project has so far been unable to surmount.



Training members and securing funds to hire city planning advisers is critical, officials say.



Five of the seven electric cars in the city's taxi and for-hire fleet are idle, but Luis Castro is still making battery-powered stops in the Bronx.



They say they haven't had the resources and preparation to gear up for the newer, tougher TASC exam.



Self-interest and civic spirit, friendship and suspicion, crisis and calm—all were on display at one polling place during the long day that was Election 2013.



The project plans to target neighborhoods next to the areas it's already serving. Some would rather it target a clientele that's more diverse, and less affluent, than the current ridership.



With supporters translating for her, the speaker made four stops in the borough hoping to tap into the Latino vote. She found substantial support.