Posts Tagged: housing

2/18/2012: Proposal for M17 Action from Housing

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Whereas March 17th is the celebration of Saint Patrick’s Day in New York City, We would like to recognize the Irish History of Oppression by the British Empire, and connect this oppression historically with oppression of indigenous and tribal people, the impoverished and working class around the world Whereas the Great Hunger of 1847 was […]

1/13/2012: Housing request for MetroCard budget

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The Housing group would like to continue the process of weekly MetroCard requests that has been ongoing for the past six weeks. To facilitate the participation of the various individuals and workgroups that are making a tangible contribution to the daily operations of OWS we would like to request funds to purchase 7 day unlimited […]

Housing Working Group Budget

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The Housing working group is asking the NYCGA for $3680 in subsidies to stay at the Park Slope Methodist Church, and the West Park Presbyterian Church; this also will include the three unpaid days, and one extra night we stayed at Saint Paul Saint Andrew church. This money will be used to pay for 2 […]

NYCGA 12/10/2011 (Summary)

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NOTE: This is a brief summary that is posted prior to formal minutes. This summary is NOT all-inclusive. It includes only major highlights (discussion topics, proposals, and meeting dates/times/locations announced). This summary is compiled via Livetweets and Livestream viewing.

NYC Operational Spokes Council Minutes 12/9/2011

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NYC SPOKES COUNCIL DAY #84 Date/Time: 12/9/2011 / Location: Facilitators (F): NONE   [Note from Minutes: Facilitation participated as a working group but not as facilitators, there were many people that functioned as facilitators throughout the meeting. There were others but Becky, Carrie, Sage were the most prevalent speakers in the center of the room.] […]