Monthly Archives: May 2013

Red Hook West Tenants Meeting – May 14th 2013

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The Vultures after LICH, by Kimberly Gail Price

“Follow the money,” says Dr. John Romanelli. Romanelli was the final president of the medical staff at Long Island College Hospital (LICH) before the merger with the State University of New York Downstate (SUNY). He has been a doctor with … Continue reading

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Ray Hall speaking at the most recent CAG meeting

Ray Hall falsely telling the Gowanus CAG that all residents of the Red Hook Houses are in favor of the Red Hook Option, mainly the burying of toxic sludge in a Confined Disposal Facility, giving almost a half a million … Continue reading

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EDITORIAL – An unfortunate public display

Walter Mugdan said it out loud in a meeting at the South Brooklyn High School. The east coast head of the EPA said in retrospect, he wished they hadn’t offered the option to bury sludge in Red Hook. We agree. … Continue reading

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GBX’s win at all cost strategy backfires, by George Fiala

At a public meeting held April 16th at the South Brooklyn Community High School, Regional Superfund Director Walter Mugdan repeated multiple times that the proposed plan to bury toxic sludge from the Gowanus in Red Hook would never happen. “How … Continue reading

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Star Revue brings home statewide awards in newspaper competition

The NY Press Association (NYPA) is the trade organization for NY community newspapers. Their annual Better Newspaper Contest recognizes excellence in journalism and publishing. Last month the results were announced at their spring convention held in Saratoga Springs. The Red … Continue reading

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