FiOS is now available in my neighborood and that is the only reason much of the material linked through “neighborhood” exists. It took a year and a half and help from Common Cause to get it done. In words of one of NYC’s mayor’s after a long loosing battle with a neighborhood, “Great, now they’ll think they can get whatever they want.” He was right. Organized neighborhoods in partnership with a city-wide group can get what they want.
Yea! Thank you for all your help, friends and neighbors. The posts related to getting FiOS or an alternative. If any AKNA residents, friends and colleagues want to take on some new issues, this section awaits some ideas. For example:
- Ideas on day-to-day issues, e.g. house sitting, contractors, observations on the new housing site, and so on
- The Ninth Congressional District. Vote as a block for local representatives is the only way to put squeak in the wheel.
- Add a comment anywhere where you see the form below.
- In consideration of a slowly deteriorating service from Yahoo, the link below is an alternative for neighborhood communications of use to us all.
Buy now because these are the top twenty Black Owned Businesses to celebrate the 2020 victory. Time Magazine did a cool thing and made a list; I’m passing it along because they checked it twice. (Full article here) New York Magazine lists 180 in NYC (here). Anyway, you get the point on your dollar this […]
Senator Sheldon Whitehouse (D-RI) gets into the impact of “dark money” on the Supreme Court. His introduction on 13 October is here or below, and important to see before you watch his 14 October follow-up here or below. Attention to the facts is why I am a Democrat. 13 October 2020 14 October 2020 Senate […]
Like any clear-headed voter, I was in shock following the “what happened” 2016 election. I turned to Jane Jacobs for help and went straight for Dark Days Ahead” in my library and came to this in the first chapter: “…the death or the stagnated moribundity of formerly unassailable and vigorous cultures is caused not by […]