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  • christine murray
    Please help! VOTE this weekend! Help make a dog run at East River Park in Williamsburg a reality. Just bring proof of residency ie. driver s license or
    Message 1 of 2 , Apr 5, 2013
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      Please help!   VOTE this weekend!    Help make a dog run at East River Park in Williamsburg a reality.   Just bring proof of residency ie. driver's license or utility bill. 

      Saturday, April 6
      • The People’s Firehouse 2 pm - 5 pm 
      113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 

      Sunday, April 7
      • The People’s Firehouse 2 pm - 5 pm 
      113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 

      The demon dogs and I thank you!


      ---------- Forwarded message ----------
      From: Robert Marino <ramnyc2000@...>
      Date: Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 11:21 PM
      Subject: Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, Williamsburg, DUMBO, Greenpoint, North Park Slope or Vinegar Hill,
      To: CHAT <NYCDOG_chat@yahoogroups.com>, "nycdog@yahoogroups.com" <nycdog@yahoogroups.com>


      IMPORTANT.. IF YOU (OR YOUR FRIENDS/FAMILY) LIVE IN Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, Williamsburg, DUMBO, Greenpoint, North Park Slope or Vinegar Hill, YOU HAVE UNTIL SUNDAY, APRIL 7 TO VOTE ON $1 IN COMMUNITY PROJECTS INCLUDING A PROPOSED DOG PARK IN WILLIAMSBURG (see ballot below)... YOU MUST VOTE IN PERSON. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD NOW.. DOG OWNERS NEED THE VOTES!
       
      [HINT: where you can vote for 5 projects, a single vote for the dog run carries greater weight]
       
      Stephen Levin, New York City's 33rd Council District.
      Participatory Budgeting Voting Schedule: April 1-April 7
      What is PBNYC?
      Real Decisions, Real Money: Participatory budgeting is a democratic economic process in which you get to decide how to spend a portion of the city’s capital budget. This year, residents of the 33rd District have proposed projects and will vote on how to spend $1 million in capital funds. From Greenpoint to Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights to Williamsburg, community members just like you have gathered at Neighborhood Assemblies learned about PBNYC, shared ideas, and developed their proposals all while getting to know each other.

      BALLOT
       
      VOTING LOCATIONS
      Thursday, April 4
      • District Office 10 am-5 pm
      410 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11217 
      • The People’s Firehouse 6-8 pm 
      113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 
      • The Moxie Spot 10am-6pm
      81 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11201
       
      Friday, April 5
      • PS 31 7:30 - 9:30 am
      75 Meserole Ave  New York, NY 11222
      • PS 38 8 - 10 am
      450 Pacific St  Brooklyn, NY 11217
      • PS 8 7:45 - 9:45 am
      37 Hicks St  New York, NY 11201 
      • MS 8 8-10am
      105 Johnson Street, 4th floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 
      • District Office 10 am-5 pm
      410 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11217
      • Independence Towers Senior Center  10 am - 4:30 pm
      114 Taylor St. Brooklyn NY 11211
      • The Moxie Spot 10am-6pm
      81 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11201
      Saturday, April 6
      • Greenpoint Public Library 10am – 5pm
      107 Norman Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
      • The People’s Firehouse 10 am - 6 pm 
      113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 
      • Wyckoff Gardens 10am -5 pm
      266 Wyckoff Street (btwn Nevins & 3rd)
      • El Puente Community Center 10am-5pm
      80 Clymer Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 
      • Fifth Avenue Committee 10am-5pm
      621 Degraw St Brooklyn, NY 11217
      • The Moxie Spot 10am-6pm
      81 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11201
      Sunday, April 7
      • The People’s Firehouse 10 am - 6 pm 
      113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 
      • Independence Towers Senior Center  10 am - 4:30 pm
      114 Taylor St. Brooklyn NY 11211 
      • Wyckoff Gardens Community Center 10-5pm
      280 Wyckoff Street Brooklyn NY 11217 
      • Fifth Avenue Committee 11 am-5pm
      621 Degraw St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
      • 101 Clark St Community Room, Brooklyn NY 11201 10am -5pm
      For the PBNYC Rulebook, please click here. Find out more by emailing district33pb@... or calling 718-875-5200.
       

    • christine murray
      once again, you did it! thank you! http://www.dnainfo.com/new-york/20130409/williamsburg/waterfront-dog-run-100-trees-school-upgrades-win-brooklyn-budget-vote
      Message 2 of 2 , Apr 9, 2013
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        On Fri, Apr 5, 2013 at 11:11 AM, christine murray <christine@...> wrote:

        Please help!   VOTE this weekend!    Help make a dog run at East River Park in Williamsburg a reality.   Just bring proof of residency ie. driver's license or utility bill. 

        Saturday, April 6
        • The People’s Firehouse 2 pm - 5 pm 
        113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 

        Sunday, April 7
        • The People’s Firehouse 2 pm - 5 pm 
        113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 

        The demon dogs and I thank you!



        ---------- Forwarded message ----------
        From: Robert Marino <ramnyc2000@...>
        Date: Wed, Apr 3, 2013 at 11:21 PM
        Subject: Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, Williamsburg, DUMBO, Greenpoint, North Park Slope or Vinegar Hill,
        To: CHAT <NYCDOG_chat@yahoogroups.com>, "nycdog@yahoogroups.com" <nycdog@yahoogroups.com>


        IMPORTANT.. IF YOU (OR YOUR FRIENDS/FAMILY) LIVE IN Brooklyn Heights, Boerum Hill, Williamsburg, DUMBO, Greenpoint, North Park Slope or Vinegar Hill, YOU HAVE UNTIL SUNDAY, APRIL 7 TO VOTE ON $1 IN COMMUNITY PROJECTS INCLUDING A PROPOSED DOG PARK IN WILLIAMSBURG (see ballot below)... YOU MUST VOTE IN PERSON. PLEASE SPREAD THE WORD NOW.. DOG OWNERS NEED THE VOTES!
         
        [HINT: where you can vote for 5 projects, a single vote for the dog run carries greater weight]
         
        Stephen Levin, New York City's 33rd Council District.
        Participatory Budgeting Voting Schedule: April 1-April 7
        What is PBNYC?
        Real Decisions, Real Money: Participatory budgeting is a democratic economic process in which you get to decide how to spend a portion of the city’s capital budget. This year, residents of the 33rd District have proposed projects and will vote on how to spend $1 million in capital funds. From Greenpoint to Boerum Hill, Brooklyn Heights to Williamsburg, community members just like you have gathered at Neighborhood Assemblies learned about PBNYC, shared ideas, and developed their proposals all while getting to know each other.

        BALLOT
         
        VOTING LOCATIONS
        Thursday, April 4
        • District Office 10 am-5 pm
        410 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11217 
        • The People’s Firehouse 6-8 pm 
        113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 
        • The Moxie Spot 10am-6pm
        81 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11201
         
        Friday, April 5
        • PS 31 7:30 - 9:30 am
        75 Meserole Ave  New York, NY 11222
        • PS 38 8 - 10 am
        450 Pacific St  Brooklyn, NY 11217
        • PS 8 7:45 - 9:45 am
        37 Hicks St  New York, NY 11201 
        • MS 8 8-10am
        105 Johnson Street, 4th floor, Brooklyn, NY 11201 
        • District Office 10 am-5 pm
        410 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11217
        • Independence Towers Senior Center  10 am - 4:30 pm
        114 Taylor St. Brooklyn NY 11211
        • The Moxie Spot 10am-6pm
        81 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11201
        Saturday, April 6
        • Greenpoint Public Library 10am – 5pm
        107 Norman Ave, Brooklyn, NY 11222
        • The People’s Firehouse 10 am - 6 pm 
        113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 
        • Wyckoff Gardens 10am -5 pm
        266 Wyckoff Street (btwn Nevins & 3rd)
        • El Puente Community Center 10am-5pm
        80 Clymer Street Brooklyn, NY 11211 
        • Fifth Avenue Committee 10am-5pm
        621 Degraw St Brooklyn, NY 11217
        • The Moxie Spot 10am-6pm
        81 Atlantic Ave Brooklyn, NY 11201
        Sunday, April 7
        • The People’s Firehouse 10 am - 6 pm 
        113 Berry St. (between N 7th and N 8th St), 11211 
        • Independence Towers Senior Center  10 am - 4:30 pm
        114 Taylor St. Brooklyn NY 11211 
        • Wyckoff Gardens Community Center 10-5pm
        280 Wyckoff Street Brooklyn NY 11217 
        • Fifth Avenue Committee 11 am-5pm
        621 Degraw St, Brooklyn, NY 11217
        • 101 Clark St Community Room, Brooklyn NY 11201 10am -5pm
        For the PBNYC Rulebook, please click here. Find out more by emailing district33pb@... or calling 718-875-5200.
         


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