911 Tech Corruption
Scott Stringer is not qualified to be NYC gov comptroller but thanks to back room deals and fixing and favors he got the job. He removed John Liu's Press Release from May 31, 2012 asking for a criminal investigation in to 911. Cy Vance said there is no need for one. Truth is yes there is and we need yet another new audit of 911 and for years before the first audits we needed a criminal investigation in to 911 and we still do. We also need an audit and investigation in to 311 spending and Board of Election, NYCAPS, NYCWiNS, FDNY Wireless, etc.
Monday, September 26, 2016
Monday, September 19, 2016
Tomorrow's Rally against the RSA is taking place outside Manhattan Supreme Court at 60 Centre St. at 9:30 AM
| Tomorrow's Rally against the RSA is taking place outside Manhattan Supreme Court at 60 Centre St. at 9:30 AM|
The Rent Stabilization Association (aka the RSA) has filed a lawsuit in the Manhattan Supreme Court against the Rent Guidelines Board (RGB) seeking to annul the rent freeze, declare the rent freeze unconstitutional and direct the RGB to create new rent guidelines for the period October 1, 2016 to September 30, 2017. Meet us at 60 Centre Street at 9:30 AM for a press conference to keep our rent freeze! If you're planning on attending, call Nova at 212-979-6238 ext. 103 to meet up or look out for the Met Council banner.
This Thursday is the Renter's Day of Action. Join us at 12 Noon on 9/22 to declare a Renter State of Emergency and take to the streets to demand an end to Rising Rents, Evictions and Gentrification. Meet us at the Barclays Center Brooklyn (620 Atlantic Avenue) to support Families United for Racial and Economic Equality (FUREE)'s rally & march. Rally begins at 12 Noon. March begins at 1:00 PM, making stops at the Brooklyn Housing Court (141 Livingston St) and ending at Wyckoff Gardens (Wyckoff St. & 3rd Ave). Not marching? Join a conversation on housing being held at the Commons Café at 388 Atlantic Avenue, at 1 PM. If you're planning on attending, call Andrea at 212-979-6238 ext. 102 to March with the Met Council.
We hope to see you at an event this week. Remember, you participation is important to the successful of the housing movement.
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