Friday, December 04, 2009

In 2008, Hannah Senesh Paid Ken Fisher To Lobby For Acquisition Of Lot Currently Owned By City

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Thank you to the blog McBrooklyn for the great piece about the Hannah Senesh Day School expansion controversy and for revealing the fact that in 2008, the private school paid Attorney Kenneth Fisher** to lobby the Brooklyn Office Of City Planning, Office Of The Brooklyn Borough President, the New York City Council, the Office Of The Mayor and the Department of Transportation for the "Acquisition Of a Lot Currently Owned By The City Of New York."

**Fisher, you may remember, represented the developers of the Dock Street/Brooklyn Bridge/school development project.

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1 comment:

Anonymous said...

If you want to voice your perspective to Councilman Bill DeBlasio or Councilman-elect Brad Lander, they have called a meeting at the school tonight at 6pm.

The meeting is specifically to hear the views of Carroll Gardens residents on this project.