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Wednesday, January 30, 2008

George Bliss, Hub Station, 73 Morton Street, George recycles on many levels...

This is the original sign from George Bliss's multi-faceted bicycle one story garage place on 3rd Street where George Bliss was forced out for what is now the New York Law mega dorm with balconies.
This white tricycle is a custom creation to transport children. George and Hub Station can recycle and or create any kind of moveable eco-friendly transportation for you.

Gentle good Scout takes a nap. I met George Bliss in the late '80s when he lived across from my windows that face 12th Street and I would see his beloved dog Orvis who I later came to walk around the neighborhood. One of my great joys was running around with Orvis. George and his girlfriend would go out and search through trash finding items to sell way back when and he used his dynamism to create tricycles (dump toting tricycles) and unique bicycles that could haul recycled items and of course Orvis! I remember I use to talk to Ben, a homeless man that George was kind hearted enough to give shelter to. Ben and I both enjoyed walking Orvis.

George Bliss went from 12th Street to 4th and the Bowery which was Cooper Union property. At first Cooper Union was cool and supportive and George was an unpaid advisor for an engineering course that studied human powered vehicles . It had been a Gulf gas station and of course a bicycle hub of eco-action by George with his bicycles. Of course Cooper Union displaced George and also note George was an early activist fighting NYU's mega dorm-i-nation protesting the first mega dorm on 3rd Avenue yet NYU, Yale University, organic farms and recycling programs bought his "dump trickes" (his tricycles that he developed to haul garbage he would recycle) way back when. Note: George Bliss doesn't focus on protesting anymore. His eco-activism is to provide an alternative source in this case pedicabs that is better for people and the environment especially in urban cities like our beloved NYC! George is focused on the big picture in terms of his activism = the Planet!
Back to displacement, George's eco-activist bikes got booted out for Eric Goode to run the model celebrity hang out eatery (Eric Goode of the zone busting Bowery Hotel that looks like a prison just a block away) until Cooper Union decided it did not look good for a university to be the landlord...that is how I understand it from neighborhood sources so don't quote me....
George than moved to 3rd Street where he got displaced and the one story garage was torn down for a mega dorm NY Law dorm with balconies. From there he went to Soho, Broome and Thompson, yes, you guessed it, got forced out so know he is at 73 Morton Street.
And yes, Columbia University's velvet hammer has crushed George and the people of Manhattanville because George has a work studio that has become inconvenient (talk about incovenient truths--how about inconvenient existences...(for these universities and developers and their backers) that is how many of us feel city wide as gentrification reaches new heights and population push out for college kids and luxury hotels-condos which I renamed supersification.... )so he must move it.
I would love to create a map of George's displacement...his constant flux yet he endures and continues on with his noble endeavors and creations to help communities city wide in an pro-environment way.


George Bliss, Hub Station, 73 Morton Street,  hubstationsoho@yahoo.com
I urge you to visit Hub Station and rent a bike, buy accessories, hire George to make you a unique eco-friendly creation. We must support these unique gems so do an article on him, post the Hub Station on your blog, tell your friends!!!! Pedicabs are stored there and George is part of the magnificent New York mosaic of people that truly want a green New York to help the communities city wide and eco-wise -- the planet.









George Bliss is what I call an "Eco-Activist". He wants to save the Planet. If NYU or Cooper Union both hired him even I would say "good" because he can begin to recycle their toxic karma towards our community. That is my unique artist's opinion!
George's initial idea was a community space (and I witnessed this from my window on 12th Street way back when) but he can't afford real estate so he took his idea to the streets. The streets even here in NYC are free for now. George points out instead the mayor doing all this price congestion we could get these new "smart cars" out of Europe that are mini so it is like parking a shopping cart. He compared these cars to computers vs. typewriters and they would save all these tolls, price congestion, ticketing and help the environment.
Green transporting...urban city landscape...it can be done and George has so many ideas on this you should hear what he has to say first hand!
There is so much more I have to write. I took extensive notes and there is the lawsuit against Christine Quinn and city council which I need to read more about. I know The New York Daily News did a piece on this.
I have to run but I will write more because this is an exciting important topic...














6 comments:

Anonymous said...

I love George and his dog Scout. I passed by them every day on my way to and from work last year, and got to know them both. Thanks for the article, and all the best to George! We all should be eco-minded like him... the world would be a better place!!!

Suzannah B. Troy artist said...

I agree and thank you so much for your comment. You are my muse, my happy muse for today so I will repost the link to remind people of George and his contribution to our city and Earth!
Thanks and gratitude!
Suzannah B. Troy

Anonymous said...

George Bliss is the best human being in the world, among other bests, namely Einstein, Jesus, Ghandi, to name some famous ones. I am honored that he is my friend. Thank you so much and bless you for your valuable summary of his plight in NYC.

Suzannah B. Troy artist said...

Bless you and George is blessed to have you as a friend! Thanks so much for your post!!!!

I just put up a new photo today and reminded readers that George's Hub Station needs a new home here in the Village.

Thanks again for your beautiful moving posting.

Sincerely and humbly,
Suzannah

Anonymous said...

Susannah,

This is the first poster back again. Thank you for your kind response.

The presence of George and Scout next to my office last year was such a wonderful benefit to my time in the City!!! I'm sorry to read that George needs to move... this is sad news... I am so glad that they were still there last year, when I was there, for me to meet! I wish George the best in finding a new locale for his business.

And thanks for your blog, Suzannah, because you appreciate the "true beauty" of the city!!

There was a sunset over 6th Avenue last fall that was absolutely stunning. That's what I remember when I remember the city.... the beauty, the ambiance... That's what you're trying to preserve, so thank you.

Signed,
Barbara in Ohio ("Hi George, if you're reading this, give Scout a hug for me!!!!")

Suzannah B. Troy artist said...

Barbara: Thank you for your email. I needed a spiritual uplift so your timing was amazing!

Thanks so much for your encouragement and I will give both George and Scout a bug from you.

I will do my best to keep you posted on the news here in the Big Apple.

Thanks again for your support and encouragement.

I love the photos of George's Hub Station and Scout -- they are among my favorites!

Best of everything!
Thanks and gratitude with New York attitude,
Suzannah