Aug 162016
 
August General Meeting

The agenda for the August General Meeting Thursday, August 18 St. John’s Lutheran Church Annex 83 Christopher Street 6: 30 PM President’s Report–Nadine Hoffmann District Leader’s Report–Keen Berger Campaign Committee Report–Tony Hoffmann/Ed Yutkowitz/Erik Coler Buses to Pennsylvania–Tony Hoffmann & Ed Yutkowitz Assembly race campaign by VID–Erik Coler State Committee and Judicial Delegate Update–Nadine Hoffmann Special Presentation–Deborah Glick Assembly race Albany Update Community Update Update on Candles for Clemency–Tony Hoffmann New Business September 13th State and Local Primary  MAIL REGISTRATION Application must be postmarked no later than August 19th and received by a board of elections no later than August 24th to be eligible to vote in the Primary. IN PERSON REGISTRATION You may register at your local board of elections or any state agency participating in the National Voter Registration Act, on any business day throughout the year but, to be eligible to vote in the State and Local Primary, your application must be received no […]

May 082016
 

VID’s April Membership Meeting covered petitioning results, Candles for Clemency, the AIM Pipeline, 45 Rivington St. AND endorsements for NYS candidates. MINUTES The meeting opened with a reminder from President Nadine Hoffmann about the Hillary fundraiser on May 12 cosponsored by Renee Feinberg at 303 Mercer.  A vote was taken to support the Washington Square Park Music Festival fundraiser on May 8 at the Greenwich Village Music School.  Nadine further reported that former member and supporter Marilyn Appelson remembered VID in her will. Tony Hoffmann of the Campaign Committee thanked everyone who participated in the petitioning effort reporting that VID had secured 700 signatures for Jerrold Nadler, more, he thought, than any other club. A hundred signatures were secured for Carolyn Maloney.  On other business, Tony shared that The Candles for Clemency campaign was thinking about sending a few people to the Governor’s house in Mt. Kisco to picket on […]

Apr 112016
 

The April General Meeting Agenda  …highlights endorsements for New York State candidate primary, Clean Energy March, Rent Controlled Tenants and a Street Vendor Fundraiser. Thursday, April 14, 2016 83 Christopher Street 6:30 PM This meeting must end by 9:45 PM April General  Meeting Agenda President’s Report-Nadine Hoffmann District Leader Report- Keen Berger Campaign Committee-Tony Hoffmann/Ed  Yudkowitz – Update on petitioning Gala Committee–Jen Hoppe Endorsements Assembly/ 66 AD– Deborah Glick, Arthur Schwartz State Senate/ 27 SD–Brad Hoylman  (unopposed) State Committeewoman /66 AD–Rachel Lavine  (unopposed) State Committeeman /66 AD–Deley Gazinelli, Dodge Landesman, John Scott, Benjamin Yee You can see the Live Treet of the Candidates Forum, April 7th from Danielle Tcholakian at DNA Info here. Co-sponsor the March For A Clean Energy Revolution – Sunday, July 24 — The eve of the Democratic National Convention in Philadelphia Letter to Governor Cuomo regarding tenant issues for Seniors–Tom Connor Update on Candles for Clemency–Tony Hoffmann Street Vendor Fundraiser Party–Alison Greenberg New Business  

Oct 232015
 
VID's September Meeting

The September Meeting Covered Many Topics… Minutes-2015-9-17 September was a busy month:  leafleting, poll watching, campaigning, judicial candidate selections, forums, vigils, the Judicial Delegates Convention and more.  Following is a brief summary of the General Membership Meeting with a link to the full minutes. Tim Wu will be working for the NYS Attorney General, specializing in technology. The Executive Committee had voted to donate $225 to the Cooper Square Committee for an ad in their journal, it was approved by the Membership. Terri Cude and Dennis Gault won by a large margin, and All six of our judicial delegates won. VID will be working with Food and Water Watch regarding regarding the non-therapeutic use of antibiotics in raising livestock and its role in causing antibiotic-resistant bacteria.  VID has already passed a resolution on the topic. Keen Berger began the District Leader Report by speaking on the battle over the Elizabeth […]