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  •  OK New Yorkers... (9+ / 0-)

    Time to let our City Council members we'll be looking at this vote very, very closely and we expect them to vote no, no, no, a thousand times no.

    At this point, far more people have now been arrested for protesting Wall Street's mortgage fraud crimes than have been for committing and presiding over them.

    by Scott Wooledge on Thu Oct 20, 2011 at 03:46:23 PM PDT

    •  there would have to be public hearings, i think (2+ / 0-)
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      Lefty Ladig, martini

      this vote tonight is the vote by the RE board on a proposal...  then it gets proposed and the public gets to weigh in... i think

      if that is how this will work I would expect an unusally large turn out for public comment phase :)

      Bloomberg and friends still do not get it... NYC wants OWS to remain - we want BLOOMBERG to get out.  

      "Orwell was an optimist"

      by KnotIookin on Thu Oct 20, 2011 at 03:55:24 PM PDT

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    •  I knew pulling this data together would come in (6+ / 0-)

      handy quite soon:

      New York City Council Members




      Maria del Carmen Arroyo 17 Bronx 718-402-6130
      Charles Barron 42 Brooklyn 718-649-9495
      Gale A. Brewer 6 Manhattan 212 873-0282
      Fernando Cabrera 14 Bronx 347-590-2874
      Margaret Chin 1 Manhattan 212-587-3159
      Leroy G. Comrie, Jr. 27 Queens 718-776-3700
      Elizabeth Crowley 30 Queens 718 366-3900
      Inez E. Dickens 9 Manhattan 212-678-4505
      Erik Martin Dilan 37 Brooklyn 718-642-8664
      Daniel Dromm 25 Queens 718-803-6373
      Mathieu Eugene 40 Brooklyn 718-287-8762
      Julissa Ferreras 21 Queens 718-651-1917
      Lewis A. Fidler 46 Brooklyn 718-241-9330
      Helen D. Foster 16 Bronx 718-588-7500
      Daniel R. Garodnick 4 Manhattan 212-818-0580
      James F. Gennaro 24 Queens 718-217-4969
      Vincent J. Gentile 43 Brooklyn 718-748-5200
      David G. Greenfield 44 Brooklyn 718-853-2704
      Sara M. Gonzalez 38 Brooklyn 718-439-9012
      Daniel J. Halloran 19 Queens 718-631-6703
      Vincent Ignizio 51 Staten Island 718-984-5151
      Robert Jackson 7 Manhattan 212-928-1322
      Letitia James 35 Brooklyn 718-260-9191
      Peter Koo 20 Queens 718-888-8747
      G. Oliver Koppell 11 Bronx 718 549-7300
      Karen Koslowitz 29 Queens 718-544-8800
      Brad Lander 39 Brooklyn 718-544-8800
      Jessica S. Lappin 5 Manhattan 212-980-1808
      Stephen Levin 33 Brooklyn 718-875-5200
      Melissa Mark-Viverito 8 Manhattan 212-828-9800
      Darlene Mealy 41 Brooklyn 718-953-3097
      Rosie Mendez 2 Manhattan 212-677-1077
      Michael C. Nelson 48 Brooklyn 718-368-9176
      James S. Oddo 50 Staten Island 718-980-1017
      Annabel Palma 18 Bronx 718-792-1140
      Christine C. Quinn 3 Manhattan 212 564-7757
      Domenic M. Recchia, Jr. 47 Brooklyn 718-373-9673
      Diana Reyna 34 Brooklyn 718-963-3141
      Joel Rivera 15 Bronx 718-842-8100
      Ydanis Rodriguez 10 Manhattan 917-521-2616
      Deborah Rose 49 Staten Island 718-556-7370
      James Sanders, Jr. 31 Queens 718-527-4356
      Larry B. Seabrook 12 Bronx 718-994-9900
      Eric Ulrich 32 Queens 718-738-1083
      James Vacca 13 Bronx 718-931-1721
      Peter F. Vallone, Jr. 22 Queens 718-274-4500
      Jimmy Van Bramer 26 Queens 718-383-9566
      Albert Vann 36 Brooklyn 718-919-0740
      Mark Weprin 23 Queens 718-468-0137
      Jumaane D. Williams 45 Brooklyn 718-629-2900
      Ruben Wills 28 Queens 718-206-2068

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