Monday, November 28, 2011
Evil Amanda the People's Burden City Planner Always Green Lights Evil Real Estate Magnates! Rudin NYU Cooper Union examples destroying Village !!!!
So sad people do not have hope Amanda pure evil socialite mega millionaire with 40 million dollar trust for kids. She has supported every evil corrupt community crushing development!!! Scott Stringer coward! StringervBloomberg lite - minus billions!!! Sell-outs. If he fought I might die if a heart attack!!! Don't have to worry Stringer supports luxury condos!!! Do not vote for Scott Stringer or Christine Quinn for mayor foe supporting luxury condos Instead of getting us protective zoning for St Vincent's. Don't vote for Bill Thompson or Quinn foe mayor because they let CityTume flourish. People chatted with me as I protested. Just like Rudin acquisition of St. Vincent's the fix was in. Christine Quinn real estate whore - no disrespect to sex workers. Prime real estate in Hell include John Sexton NYU, Cooper Union, NY Law Dorm, Columbia U! Look at her kick backs Rudin gang -- she sure serve a term in jail. She is getting Wall St bail out money for her mayoral run!!! Excerpt from email plus http://www.dnainfo.com/20111128/greenwich-village-soho/scott-stringer-backs-rudin-plan-for-st-vincents-site REMINDER: City Planning Commission hearing on St. Vincent's/Rudin Rezoning The City Planning Commission has scheduled a public hearing on the ULURP application for Rudin Management Company's proposed rezoning of the former St. Vincent's hospital campus. Rudin proposes to rezone the former campus in order to allow residential development on a site which had been specifically rezoned in 1979 to allow development of a hospital. GVSHP has long held that zoning specifically intended to help serve a public purpose should NOT be given over to a private, for-profit residential development, as Rudin is proposing to do in this case. None of the additional zoning density allowed for development of the hospital by the prior rezoning should be utilized for the new residential developments. As Borough President Stringer has recommended approval of the rezoning (read HERE), it is especially important that the Commission hear objections to and concerns about the rezoning proposal.