It all comes down to this: It's time to petition to run for County Committee.
This weekend, pick up your petition packets! The packets include your County Committee petition sheets, a petitioning guide, and some #RepYourBlock literature. We'll email you walk sheet for your neighborhood when you pick up your packet. This information will set you up to start petitioning on February 25.
In addition to picking up your petitions, this weekend's launch parties are a time for you to connect with others running for County Committee, get a mini training on door-knocking, ask any outstanding questions you have, and -- most importantly -- pick up some #RepYourBlock swag!
Read this: "This version of the bill, which came out of nowhere overnight with no conversation, is ham-fisted and reckless, self-defeatingly unilateral and ill-informed, and legally questionable and amateurish," said Isaac McGinn, spokesman for the city's Department of Social Services. https://nypost.com/2020/05/15/council-voting-to-put-homeless-in-hotels-against-de-blasio/
If you live in New York City and own a cooperative apartment and you live in your apartment you may qualify for the Coop and Condo Abatement. Go to https://tax.tidalforce.org/abatement1.html#pay1 Now there is a tool to approximate what your Coop Abatement credit should be. Of course, this may depend on your number of shares and the total number of shares in the cooperative that qualify for the abatement. But the application just assumes equal shares for all qualifying apartments. You can easily scale the number based on your particular cooperative share values. We recommend you read this document from New York City Department of Finance If you want to see other buildings, https://tax.tidalforce.org/abatement1.html#pay1 will help you compare to other buildings. Let's take a real example: Let's say you live at "215 EAST 74TH STREET". This is a cooperative building. You will see something like: NYC Exemption/Abatement Report cost: $10 Includes a