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Saturday, October 1, 2016

Stuyvesant Town-Peter Cooper Village TB to Officially Market to NYU, Bicycle Riders and Ess-a-Bagel

Dear Resident and TB Supporter,

As many of you have suspected, we, the Stuyvesant Town and Peter Cooper Village Tenants Block, have had trouble generating the funds we need to keep on representing tenants in this complex. Why do you think we raised dues recently? With the future leaving of our councilman, the honorable Dan Garodsnip, we realize more than ever that we have to make changes in order to survive.

To wit, our website and our Facebook will now have a marketing strategy that will initially include NYU (perhaps the biggest renter officially and unofficially in this complex), bicycle riders (growing in number as those speeding cycles around the Oval can attest) and Ess-a-Bagel, which has returned and is already making great business.

We have spoken to and have guarantees of acceptance from all three parties. Thank you, thank you and thank you! (Dan thanks you, too.)

Yours sincerely and for more wonderful TB news--

Sue Stain
President and One Piece Bathing Fan
The Stuyvesant Town/Peter Cooper Village TB


Anonymous said...

Now, now! LOL!

Anonymous said...

Include Petco too. LOL

Anonymous said...

This is great, but it should have been longer!!

Anonymous said...

Speaking of the TA, take a look at their Facebook page. Someone posted about our representatives approving the plan for 14th and C (no one specific named). "Peter Stuyvesant" quickly responded that this is in Rosie Mendez's district, obviously making sure that Garodnick is not called out. All I can say to that is one Vanderbilt Place, which is much worse then this 12 story building.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

>>All I can say to that is one Vanderbilt Place, which is much worse then this 12 story building.<<

I have a future post (honestly) about One Vanderbilt Place, Dan's favorite tall, tall high rise.

Anonymous said...

DeBozo, REBNY and the Garodnicks of this City are causing so much destruction of people's lives and homes. I have so much hatred and contempt for them. I hope DeBozo and Garodnick never, ever hold public office again.

Anonymous said...

October 2, 2016 at 1:26 PM he is putting his campaign pals in City jobs. No wonder government is failing to do its job, the Mayor puts his pals in jobs where they don't know how to do the job at hand so they can keep getting paychecks until the next campaign tour.

As Tony Shorris says:

De Blasio deputy admits no one’s really running City Hall

His pals get $19 million!

Anonymous said...

8:43 AM: Usually, I take the NYPost with a pinch of salt because I know it is a very right-wing gutter rag, but I think they sometimes tell the painful truth and this is one of those times. DeB is so arrogant that he thinks he is teflon. Can't wait for his term to be over. I thought Bloomturd was bad, but he didn't pretend to be on the side of the regular New Yorkers. DeB is such a phony.

Stuy Town Reporter said...

Hmm... I don't know about right wing. I also don't know about our other papers. But enough of this sidetrack to the real story!

Anonymous said...

The corrupt bank that screwed StuyTown, the bank that pulled the hat trick representing the buyer, the seller while they owned the broker Eastdil just got pulled from the State of Illinois for screwing 2 million American citizens

The "8 rhymes with great" take down video on CNN is superb

Illinois Suspends $30B in Wells Fargo Activity; Bank 'Sorry'

Anonymous said...

When are we going to see some heads roll? I'm talking about heads at the top, not the minions who were forced to engage in dishonest and repulsive practices in order to keep their jobs. Almost like Wells Fargo was running a nasty brothel.

Sorry doesn't cut it. These evil execs need to get some jail time, and NOT in Club Fed.