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New Rochelle Veterans March on to City Hall to Protest Mayor

As many of you know, the New Rochelle City Council has held an “unofficial” vote to deny the New Rochelle Veterans an opportunity to put together a development package for the New Rochelle Armory after we, along with the Save Our Armory Committee, spent 10+ years working to save the building from destruction. The development rights were awarded instead to friends and donors of New Rochelle Mayor Noam Bramson.

We have had enough of the Mayor and his cronies mortgaging our heritage and our future for the benefit of his political career and we intend to do something about it.

Tomorrow, Wednesday, October 10th we will gather at American Legion Post 8 at 112 North Avenue at 6 p.m. We need you there.

Once gathered we will form up and march, as a group shortly before 7 p.m. We will march up North Avenue to the steps of City Hall. From there we will enter the Council Chambers and educate Council Members on just what CITIZENS TO BE HEARD actually means. Bring your friends. Bring anything loud -- horns, cowbells, trash can lids.
Note, City Council meetings are typically on Tuesday but the meeting was moved to Wednesday, October 10th. Citizens to be Heard is at 7:30 p.m.

If you cannot make it for the march join us in front of City Hall or inside for CTBH.

Thank you for your support
UVMPA Committee

October 10, 2012 at 6pm - 9pm
American Legion Post 8
112 North Ave
New Rochelle, NY 10801
United States
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Ashley Ward

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