---------- Original Message ----------
From: Amin Husain <firstname.lastname@example.org
Cc: september17 <email@example.com
Subject: Re: [september17discuss] Re: IMP: Bloomberg Statement on Moving in to "Clean" the Park
Date: Thu, 13 Oct 2011 07:41:53 -0400
I think there should be no negotiation or coordination on this point. However, a discussion at the General Assembly is probably appropriate as an agenda item.
On Oct 13, 2011, at 2:44 AM, nikolai <firstname.lastname@example.org
> against these current social injustices, civil disobedience is an
> honor. thorough cleaning thursday, lockdown with posters to shield
> from tazers, and hold out on friday.
> On Oct 13, 1:17 am, Dan Anderson <medananderson...@gmail.com
>> This is exactly how the Bloombergville encampment was ended. The
>> company said they wanted to clean the walls and we could return
>> On Wed, Oct 12, 2011 at 9:34 PM, beka economopoulos
>>> 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
>>> It was precisely this process that ended the M-15 encampments in Spain this
>>> past Spring. What does "the rules that Brookfield has established for the
>>> park" mean?
>>> 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.
>>> ---------- Forwarded message ----------
>>> From: Colin Moynihan <colinrmoyni...@gmail.com
>>> Date: October 12, 2011 8:07:15 PM EDT
>>> To: kira.ann...@gmail.com
>>> Subject: from: Colin Moynihan; City hall statement
>>> STATEMENT OF DEPUTY MAYOR FOR OPERATIONS CAS HOLLOWAY
>>> “Earlier this evening, Mayor Bloomberg went to Zuccotti Park to talk
>>> with the protesters himself and inform them that on Friday morning
>>> Brookfield Properties will clean the park.
>>> “Brookfield Properties owns Zuccotti Park, and built it as an amenity
>>> for the general public. As the protest has continued, Brookfield has
>>> expressed concern about its inability to clean the park and maintain
>>> it in a condition fit for public use. Brookfield conveyed these
>>> concerns in a letter they sent to the City.
>>> “The Mayor is a strong believer in the First Amendment and believes
>>> that the protesters have a right to continue to protest. At the same
>>> time, the last three weeks have created unsanitary conditions and
>>> considerable wear and tear on the park. This situation is not in the
>>> best interests of the protesters, residents or the City.
>>> “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.”
>>> New: http://blog.art21.org/2011/05/19/5-questions-for-contemporary-practic.
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