Al Vann isn’t the only person who can hold a Stop Yassky meeting.
Sent to my inbox a little while ago was a notice about several Independence Party leaders who are planning their own Stop Yassky meeting because he “neglected his duty as chairman of the waterfront committee.”
The question, though, is whether getting dissed by the Indpendence Party really such a bad thing right before a Democratic primary.
Full message after the jump.
— Azi Paybarah
11TH CONGRESSIONAL DISTRICT ALERT DEMONSTRATION AND RALLY
TO STOP DAVID YASSKY.
YASSKY HAS NEGLECTED HIS DUTY AS CHAIRMAN OF THE WATERFRONT
COMMITTEE, TO PROTECT PUBLIC ACCESS TO THE
DEVELOPERS TO BREAK FEDERAL, STATE AND CITY LAWS PERTAINING TO WATERFRONT
DEVELOPMENT. YASSKY HAS ALLOWED DEVELOPERS TO PRIVATIZE THE WATERFRONTS,
THEREFORE DENYING THE PUBLIC THEIR RIGHT TO GO TO THE
DATE: SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 9, 2006 TIME: 3PM
PLACE: 41 SCHERMERHORN STREET
BEACHSIDE BUNGALOW PRESERVATION ASSOC. PRES RICHARD
GEORGE; THE ROCKAWAY INDEPENDENCE PARTY PRESIDENT, JOHN
BAXTER; QUEENS INDEPENDENCE PARTY, PRO TERM CHAIR, MICHAEL
NIEBAUER; NYC INDEPENDENCE REFORM CLUB:PRESIDENT, WILLIAM
STRUH’S FOR INFORMATION CALL: JOHN BAXTER XXX-XXXX