From:   Thadeaus <>
Sent time:   Thursday, October 13, 2011 10:56:17 AM
Subject:   Re: [september17discuss] Outrageous Letter from Owner of Zuccoti Park to NYPD

You can't get electrocuted by a cracked light fixture that isn't

turned on. The lights have been turned off since the 17th of



I think we need to be responsible and clean up after ourselves. If it

needs to be power washed, we should be the ones doing that.


On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 12:50 PM, grimwomyn <> wrote:

> The power washing is a real thing that needs to get done-- and they are

> right about the cracked lighting- if it is cracked it needs to be fixed...

> the electrocution risk is a real thing. I would suggest that the GA somehow

> figure out a way to allow the power washing to come in-- the park IS

> beginning to

> smell and the powerwashing could be done in sections with crowds moving as they need to allow for it....



> On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 12:41 PM, gail zawacki <> wrote:


>> As I posted on that this morning, it reads like an eviction notice:  As

>> the letter from Brookfield Properties to Police Commissioner Kelly makes

>> clear, there really is no path for the occupation to continue and be in

>> compliance with their concerns for safety, public access, and sanitation.


>> I am in NJ and I want to come in this afternoon for the night.  The only

>> way to stop this is as many people as possible - too many for them to

>> arrest!  Can someone who has been arrested pls. write me witsendnj at yahoo

>> dot com - just in case, I want to be prepared and I have questions about the

>> process.

>> thanks


>> On Thu, Oct 13, 2011 at 12:30 PM, Alex Tronolone <>

>> wrote:


>>> The CEO of Brookfield Asset Management, owners of Zuccoti Park, sent a

>>> foul letter to Ray Kelly on Tuesday, that you can read

>>> here:

>>> For what it's worth Brookfield's NY headquarters are not that far from

>>> the park itself:

>>> Three World Financial Center

>>> 200 Vesey Street, 11th Floor

>>> New York, New York 10281

>>> Tel: 212-417-7000

>>> Fax: 212-417-7214

>>> And Brookfield owns 11 of buildings in New York. So seems like some of

>>> the pressure should be targeted towards Brookfield, and not just Bloomberg

>>> and the city...