City Islanders turned out in numbers to The Lido Restaurant to protest the proposed closure of our ladder 53 company. However, FDNY and Mayor Bloomberg were no shows, instead the offered a video camera to view our concerns at a later date.
The many elected NYC officials who turned out to the rally were all against Bloomberg's plan to close Ladder 53.
They all agreed that this is a safety and quality of life issue for City Island residents and businesses alike.
It's time for City Islanders to go after the man who has made not one, not two, but quite a few mistakes, which have effected our safety and the quality of life of our children and family members.
I am sick of Mayor Bloomberg's continuing threats and increasing belligerent attitude. There should be an ethics investigation to look into how many people he has hired who were not qualified to fill important positions and who did not have the necessary experience. Let’s also investigate every one of his decisions and appointments.
NOTE: Mussel Suckers, Clam Diggers, All City Islanders and Business Owners.
ATTEND TOWN HALL MEETING
by Council Member James Vacca and the City Island Civic Association.
SPEAK OUT ON THE CLOSING OF OUR LADDER COMPANY 53.
Fire Department representatives have been invited to attend.
The Lido Restaurant
101 City Island Avenue at Pilot Street
Tuesday, June 14, 2011 @ 7P
Please, note that The City Island Civic Association meets on the last Tuesday of every month (except December) at the City Island Community Center, 190 Fordham Street. Meetings start at 7:30 p.m.
All residents of City Island who wish to bring concerns are always welcomed.
Paying your dues is also important, so please try to stay current if you can!
Conflicts of interest are as much a routine a part of government meetings as the US Pledge of Allegiance.
However, full disclosure and abstention by many politicians? Well, not so much.
A Monday ruling by the U.S. Supreme Court, which overturned a State of Nevada Supreme Court decision that had gutted state ethics law, may go a long way to change that.
It now appears that our politicians, including those here on New York will have to straighten up and fly right!
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What a trooper. The ABC O&O reports that neither Miles nor the crew were injured. But it was enough for Miles to become the news, when the station re-aired the moment on the 11 O’Clock show.
CITG announces auditions for Peggy the Pint Sized Pirate by D. M. Bocaz-Larson.
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PEGGY - a small pirate who sets out to rescue the pirates from a sea monster
SCUMMY - young pirate who says mean things to PEGGY
BOB - the Brave can be either gender (Bob can be short for Roberta). One of the mean pirates picks on PEGGY.
SUE - the Smelly can be changed to Sam. Another mean pirate.
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