says you have to call this number in order to get generator permits
Fire Department New York City
FDNY Generator Notification: Portable, Truck-mounted or any other kind of generator
Phone: (718) 999-0320 or (718) 999-1007
On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 11:33 AM, Steven Macchia <firstname.lastname@example.org>
Welp, guess you guys got it covered. You've got my number, (I think) if you need help. 908 377 7339 if you dont
On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 11:30 AM, andrea ciannavei <email@example.com>
i am checking in with an attorney friend about filing a suit.
and can we file suit for theft of property?
we need research now on
i will get summons or arrested if it means we get to see a magistrate
on this issue.
I am getting ready...where is the studio at lafayette?
On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 11:15 AM, Dallas <firstname.lastname@example.org> wrote:
> let's go. i have my truck to pick them up.
> i emailed wyile as well for legal advice. does anyone know where
> they are? and who is the fire chief in that district?
> we need a couple livestream cameras too. i am in east village right
> now. need 30 min notice.
> concurrently we need to file for a permit. no way they can keep this
> property regardless.
> On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 11:06 AM, Alexander Penley
> <Alexander@penleygloballaw.com> wrote:
>> While not licensed in NY I am licensed in DC, CA. and the UK. This is BS but
>> if we need follow up on getting these back- shoot me an email and I'll be
>> all over it.
>> On 28 October 2011 11:01, nat <email@example.com> wrote:
>>> On Fri, Oct 28, 2011 at 10:50:10AM -0400, Dallas wrote:
>>> > let's livestream us going to get the generator back and putting it
>>> > back in the park.
>>> > what is the legal situation here? can they arrest us for anything?
>>> > issues a summons? don't they need a court order to take property?
>>> My impression is that there was no crime committed. As I understand
>>> it, it was the Fire Department,not the Police Department, that made
>>> the sweep. They did that supposedly to get rid of fire hazards.
>>> In my experience, if it were a crime, the NYPD would have used it to
>>> clear the park weeks ago. They are experts at finding ways to enforce
>>> obscure laws in the service of shutting down protests. Think "parading
>>> without a permit" as a pretense for arresting people at Critical
>>> Mass, and ticketing the rest for not having lights and bells.
>>> I am not a lawyer, and this in not legal advice, but it is my
>>> opinion that streaming this would be legal and awesome.
>> Alexander Penley, LLM
>> US Attorney/British Solicitor
>> (917) 582-8172
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