November 2017

 ''Tis the season...


Giving to a worthwhile cause? Her it is!:

The Greenwich Village Society of Preservation is busier than ever right now – from fighting oversized high-rises on University Place, Broadway, and in the East Village to protecting already-landmarked areas along Fifth Avenue, in the West Village, and the Meatpacking District.


 - Street Cleaning Begins 

- $60,000 Council Grant Secured


 Below is a message from the Office of Attorney General Schneiderman. Keep your eyes open online: 

A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN RELEASES OPEN LETTER TO FCC: NET NEUTRALITY PUBLIC COMMENT PROCESS CORRUPTED BY "MASSIVE SCHEME" 


The Democrats are searching for new candidates. The disappointing in-fighting and all-to-familiar ethical lapses among candidates in the -- Chin v. Marte and Kavanaugh v. Newell races are making Republicans almost attractive. The fraudulent Cross-endorsement game in Suffolk County seems all too familiar in this one-party town. Make no mistake, it's becoming a possibility for Republicans to fill the moral void.


Below is a message from the office of Attorney General Schneiderman aannouncing compensation for New Yorkers affected by Western Union:

A.G. SCHNEIDERMAN ANNOUNCES COMPENSATION FOR NEW YORKERS AFFECTED BY WESTERN UNION WIRE TRANSFER SCAMS


Below is an op-ed from The Washington Square Park Blog regarding the Highline, City of New York, and Violating Artist's First Amendment Rights: 

 

The High Line Vs. Artists

 The High Line prides itself on being one of NYC’s most important art venues. It even has a paid full-time art curator. Unfortunately, the High Line hates artists.


A current view of the state of local politics in SoHo. From the SoHo Alliance comes the opinion of Director Sean Sweeney:


 For those voters who'd like some guidance, here are some suggestions that will support