New York Shitty Day Starter: Daniel Squadron Wants Our Support!

Per an anonymous tipster:

If the name Norm Brodsky seems familiar, gentle readers, here’s why:

  1. He was a founding member of Open Space Alliance.
  2. He owns the CitiStorage storage facility which is a colossal cash out blocking our brave march towards open space in Greenpoint. To the amount of $200,000,000 if Rami Metal is to be believed (skip to 8:03 and hear his words for yourself)

And three pillars of our community; Adam Perlmutter, Steve Hindy (Brooklyn Brewery) and Evan Thies (Open Space Alliance members and former Community Board 1 members all) are hosting a rally for Mr. Squadron at his home (READ: CitiStorage)!

A Reception for Daniel Squadron
May 17, 2012 at 6:30 p.m.
The Home of Norm and Elaine Brodsky (on the Williamsburg Waterfront)
5 North 11 Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211

From The New York Shitty Inbox: Kite Day Cometh!

June 2, 2011 ·
Filed under: 11211, Williamsburg, Williamsburg Brooklyn 

This item was brought to my attention by my buddy Phil DePaolo. He writes:

A personal note. Events like this are vital to supplement cuts in funding to P.S 132. It is also a visually stunning event. Its also a great opportunity to meet many parents from all over the City who are very angry with the proposed cuts to our schools…

This upcoming Saturday, June 5, starting at noon the P.T.A. of PS 132 will be hosting Kite Day on the premises of CitiStorage. Having attended this event in the past (albeit at McCarren Park) I can attest that it is wonderful way to enjoy a sunny summer afternoon. And hey, you’ll be supporting a great cause: north Brooklyn’s youth. Check it out!

Kite Day
June 5, 2011 starting at Noon
CitiStorage
5 North 11 Street
Brooklyn, New York 11211

To get you in the mood, follows are some highlights from Kite Day in 2009. Enjoy!

Miss Heather

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