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|Subject:||[GlobalRevolutionMedia] (OWS is over after Tuesday) Fwd: Drumming, Urine,|
Don't know how else to say this again. This will be the end of ows. If u r doing anything else but resolving this, you are making a fatal mistake.I was there last night and was pretty upset myself. Ows leaders need to step up. We will help in whatever way U need. But we can no longer protect you guys politicAlly.I suggest you get all key leaders together and warroom this todAy and everyday til resolved
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Begin forwarded message:From: (community board member ally)
Date: October 23, 2011 12:40:57 PM EDT
Subject: Fw: Drumming, Urine,See below. Full board vote is Tuesday.
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From: (community board chair)Date: Sun, 23 Oct 2011 12:01:25 -0400 (EDT)To: (list of community board members, NYC and NY state elected officials, and community org and labor leaders)Subject: Re: Drumming, Urine,Hi Steven,Thanks for letting me know that the drumming agreement (whether it is 2 or 4 hours per day) is NOT being upheld. Please continue to let me know about the drumming hours until Tues, which is when CB #1 will hold our monthly full board meeting and vote on the reso passed at last Thurs. meeting.If you and your neighbors have the time and would care to come to the Tues meeting to speak in the Public session (3 min per person) -In the meantime CB 1 will continue to work with our elected officials to make this situation better.Regards, PatIn a message dated 10/22/2011 10:34:08 P.M. Eastern Daylight Time, writes:Pat:=
Unfortunately, the drumming is hellish right now, its just before 10PM and there must be 15 to 20 drummers out there beating on the drums in a frenzy. However, they have stopped for the last half hour. There doesn't seem to be any rules in the Park. There is no drumming Good Neighbor Policy--their flyer no longer has anything about drumming. I sent an email to their email address on their Community Affairs flyer, which has not been answered, and I called the phone number they have listed as a Community Affairs representative that is supposed to be answered live 24/7--I left a message for a call back on the voice mail.
To make matters worse, there is once again the stench of urine on the Liberty Street side of Burger King. Even more frightening was a flyer taped to the door of our building filled with rants and ravings from some bizarre anti-OWS individual.
Something changed in the last few days, perhaps its the weekend I don't know, but the feeling I get in the park is something akin to Apocalypse Now, with some very strange people, and a rather ominous feeling. I'm very uncomfortable in and around the park--its a bizarre spectacle, and what kind of world do we live in where you walk out of your door overpowered by the stench of urine.
Pat, again, thank you for being on the frontlines here and working so hard to make our neighborhood livable after its been under siege for so long, but now we have some new strange, living organism within our midsts.
I think the NYPD representatives, state and city officials, in particular the Mayor's office, on this email need to hear that as a downtown resident of New York, I am getting frightened by what I am seeing, and a neighborhood for which millions of dollars is being spent to be the jewel of the city is getting urinated on. The stench of urine not less than 100-200 feet from where thousands of people lost their lives, its really a disgrace. I don't know what we can do about this, if anything.
From: (community board chair)
Date: Sat, 22 Oct 2011 12:01:03 -0400
Subject: Re: Drumming
To: (community board members)
Hi Steven,Thanks so much for the update. If you're home during the day would you let me know when the drumming stops and starts again, we need to track for a few days before we see what our next step should be.I'm hoping, as are all of us, that the PA construction noise at least is limited to times when we are not trying to sleep. The 2 AM stop time is totally unreasonable !!!!!We'll all continue to work on the quality of life issues making living here "a little slice of hell".Have a good weekend, PatIn a message dated 10/22/2011 11:37:27 A.M. Eastern Daylight Time, writes:Hi Pat, per your request to notify you when the drumming begins. Its Saturday, October 22, at 11:30AM and the drumming has begun. I spoke with State Senator Daniel Squadron last night who told me he is working hard on this issue, and I'm sure he's not the only one, so let's hope he, others in government, and CB1 has some success. Also, the hammering at the 130 Liberty St site is also going on, so we have a real symphony. I understand you're working with the PA to at least stop the late night pounding--that would also be a great accomplishment. Thanks!=
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