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Nightlife Town Hall Meeting ::: Thursday, February 4
02/03/2010 5:18pm
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Help defend your nightlife.  It is urgent that we get as many supporters of the "City That Never Sleeps" at the Nightlife Townhall Meeting, sponsored by state senator Daniel Squadron.  Memebers of the New York State Liquor Authority, New York Police Department, and elected officials will be present, which is why we must show our unity and support to help maintain a vibrant nightlife.  There will be plenty of people at the meeting who are against our industry - we need the numbers to show the authorities that the people of New York support their nightlife.

Nightlife Town Hall

Join your neighbors for this important discussion with the New York State Liquor Authority.

Nightlife Town Hall

Time:
Thursday, February 4, at 6:30 PM

Location: P.S. 20 
166 Essex Street
New York, NY

Contact: If you have any questions, please contact Mary Cooley at
(212) 298-5565 or mcooley@senate.state.ny.us


Co-Sponsors:
Congressmember Nydia Velazquez, Congressmember Jerrold Nadler, Manhattan Borough President Scott M. Stringer, Assembly Speaker Sheldon Silver, State Senator Daniel Squadron, Assemblymember  Brian Kavanagh, Assemblymember Deborah Glick, Councilmember Rosie Mendez, Councilmember Margaret Chin, Community Board 1, Community Board 2, Community Board 3
 


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Election Day is Here - Tuesday November 3rd!!!
10/29/2009 3:51pm
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Election Day is Here - Tuesday November 3rd!!!

Now is the time to make sure those elected officials who support a vibrant and safe nightlife industry get reelected. In addition, one of the new candidates we supported in the primary, Karen Koslowitz, won her primary and now needs your vote in the general election in her Queens District.  So take a look at the list below of NPC's endorsed candidates and vote for them on Tuesday. This may be an historically low voter turnout election, so your vote really counts!


Support and vote for these candidates:

Now is the time to stand up and make a difference to help preserve nightlife. Please do your part. 


Manhattan

Borough President Scott Stringer

City Council Member Chris Quinn

City Council Member Gail Brewer

City Council Member Jessica Lappin 

City Council Member Dan Garodnick

Queens

City Council Candidate Karen Koslowitz (Queens 29th)

City Council Member James Gennaro

City Council Member Peter Vallone, Jr.

City Council Member Leroy Comrie


Staten Island

Council Member Jimmy Oddo


Your vote will count.

YOU can influence the outcome of these local elections just as large numbers of us did nationally last year by voting, volunteering if you have the time, donating some dollars to these campaigns so that they can get their message out, and by sending this email alert to your email lists.


We endorse these candidates because they support nightlife and a vibrant nighttime economy.

 


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Primary Election Day is here - Tuesday, September 15!!!
09/12/2009 10:00pm
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Primary Election Day is Here - Tuesday September 15th!!!
Now, more than ever, it is a critical time for nightlife patrons, employees, owners, sympathizers and their families to stand up and help preserve our nighttime economy and nightlife culture here in the City That Never Sleeps.  We are under attack from the  "Not in my backyard" residents (the NIMBYS) who want to turn our Big Apple into Cleveland on the Hudson. Now you can do something to make your voice heard.  Not satisfied with their assault on Manhattan, they are now turning down licenses in Williamsburg and other areas of Brooklyn as well as in Queens.  No neighborhood is safe.

We have identified a few critical races with candidates who have a history of being pro small business and friendly to the concerns of responsible nightlife.  These primaries in effect decide the election because whoever wins the primary generally wins the election in November.  So the primary is the key voting day (unless there is a "run-off"...in that case, we'll update you).

Support and vote for these candidates:
Now is the time to stand up and make a difference to help preserve nightlife. Please do your part.

David Yassky for Comptroller
Eric Gioia for Public Advocate
Bob Zuckerman for Council (Brooklyn's 39th)
Karen Koslowitz for Council (Queens 29th)

In addition to the above four key races, please get out and vote for the following elected officials who are seeking reelection if you live in their districts:

Manhattan
Borough President Scott Stringer
City Council Member Chris Quinn
City Council Member Gail Brewer
City Council Member Jessica Lappin
City Council Member Dan Garodnick

Queens
City Council Member James Gennaro
City Council Member Peter Vallone, Jr.
City Council Member Leroy Comrie

Staten Island
Council Member Jimmy Oddo

Your vote will count.
YOU can influence the outcome of these local elections just as large numbers of us did nationally last year by voting, volunteering if you have the time, donating some dollars to these campaigns so that they can get their message out, and by sending this email alert to your email lists.

We endorse these candidates because they support nightlife and a vibrant nighttime economy.

www.nightlifepreservation.com


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An Election Alert from the Nightlife Preservation Community
08/17/2009 12:22pm
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Primary Elections are on the horizon.

Now, more than ever, it is a critical time for nightlife patrons, employees, owners, sympathizers and their families to stand up and help preserve our nighttime economy and nightlife culture here in the City That Never Sleeps We are under attack from the  "Nt in my backyard" residents (the NIMBYS) who want to turn our Big Apple into Cleveland on the Hudson. Now you can do something to make your voice heard Not satisfied with their assault on Manhattan, they are now turning down licenses in Williamsburg and other areas of Brooklyn as well as in Queens.  No neighborhood is safe.

September 15th is election primary day in NYC. 
We have identified a few critical races with candidates who have a history of being pro small business and friendly to the concerns of responsible nightlife.  These primaries in effect decide the election because whoever wins the primary generally wins the election in November.  So the primary is the key voting day (unless there is a "run-off"...in that case, we'll update you).

Support and vote for these candidates:
Now is the time to stand up and make a difference to help preserve nightlife. Please do your part. 

Click the link above to donate to David Yassky's campaign. 
Click the link above to donate to Eric Gioia's campaign. 

Bob Zuckerman for Council (Brooklyn's 39th)
Click the link above to donate to Bob Zuckerman's campaign. 

Karen Koslowitz for Council (Queens 29th)
Please mail donations for Karen Koslowitz to:
Ronnie Croce
Care of Karen Koslowitz for Council '09
69-40 108th Street
Forest Hills, NY 11375

Your vote will count.
YOU can influence the outcome of these local elections just as large numbers of us did nationally last year by voting, volunteering if you have the time, donating some dollars to these campaigns so that they can get their message out, and by sending this email alert to your email lists.

Please click on to the email links for each of these four candidates and get involved. We are especially asking for donations NOW, in the next 10 days, of $25, $50 or more if you can to each of candidates. 
If you live in NYC, the public financing system will
 match your donation 6-1!! Their links will get you to their donation pages.

We endorse these candidates because they support nightlife and a vibrant nighttime economy.


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Nightlife Preservation Community Launch Event
06/03/2009 3:30pm
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Thank you to everyone who came out to the Nightlife Preservation Community Launch Event. It wouldn't have been such a success without your support

Stay tuned for more information about how you can help us in our mission to save our city and its vibrant nightlife


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