From:   J.A. Myerson <jesse.myerson@gmail.com>
Sent time:   Wednesday, October 12, 2011 8:00:06 PM
To:   september17@googlegroups.com
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Re: IMP: Bloomberg Statement on Moving in to "Clean" the Park
 

We have a sanitation working group. Why can't they work with Brookfield to clean the area with campers still in place?

On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 9:57 PM, JeremyToG <exitjmouse@gmail.com> wrote:
Possibly cruel question to ask: "Why can't you clean with us around
anyway?"

Alternatively, help with the cleaning to be part of it without having
to leave the area. Or encircle any areas to be cleaned so that they
don't get blocked off.

On Oct 12, 9:52 pm, jemcgl...@verizon.net wrote:
> That's bizarre.  Any idea when they plan to show up?
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> On 10/12/11,beka economopoulos<beka@notanalternative.net>wrote:I find this to be of great concern: “The cleaning will be done in stages and the protesters will be able to return to the areas that have been cleaned, provided they abide by the rules that Brookfield has established for the park.”
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> It was precisely this process thatended the M-15 encampmentsin Spain this past Spring.  What does "the rules that Brookfield has established for the park" mean?
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> Need to have strategy conversation about this, prepare media response (or choose not to), determine game plan for this as a possible scenario, most likely in the wee hours of the night.
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>  ---------- Forwarded message ----------From:Colin Moynihan <colinrmoynihan@gmail.com>Date:October 12, 2011 8:07:15 PM EDTTo:kira.annika@gmail.comSubject:from: Colin Moynihan; City hall statement
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> STATEMENT OF DEPUTY MAYOR FOR OPERATIONS CAS HOLLOWAY“Earlier this evening, Mayor Bloomberg went to Zuccotti Park to talkwith the protesters himself and inform them that on Friday morningBrookfield Properties will clean the park.“Brookfield Properties owns Zuccotti Park, and built it as an amenityfor the general public.  As the protest has continued, Brookfield hasexpressed concern about its inability to clean the park and maintainit in a condition fit for public use. Brookfield conveyed theseconcerns in a letter they sent to the City.“The Mayor is a strong believer in the First Amendment and believesthat the protesters have a right to continue to protest. At the sametime, the last three weeks have created unsanitary conditions andconsiderable wear and tear on the park. This situation is not in thebest interests of the protesters, residents or the City.“The cleaning will be done in stages and the protesters will be ableto return to the areas that have been cleaned, provided they abide bythe rules that Brookfield has established for the park.”
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