Here in SF we will know (and have known) all too well what NYC is going through. Watching the work of Occupy Sandy Relief through Facebook has been nothing short of inspirational. Keep the hub open!
I hope we in SF will find the same support and community when the big one hits. Simply by watching Occupy Sandy and all of the volunteers in post-Sandy hard-hit communities, I know I'll be inspired to follow suit when my neighborhood is affected. And know better than to rely on FEMA etc.
I grew up in NEW DORP BEACH please help these people.
how r u feeling ur not answering me
Sign and share. much love goes out to my neighborhood, stay strong cedar grove.
we need these community services.
I have been present to experience what happwns at cedar grove hub.The human treatment, the caring nature, the outpouring love, attention, and support the volunteers provide to us survivors of the hurricaine.They have done this with hardly no help from any organizations, just from their kindness of their own hearts.It just makes me feel that there still people out there for me. Its too soon to close Cedar Grove. We still need them...
This tent site is an importaint part of a food and suply distribution hub! it is vital for it to stay open! When Fema and the red cross left or werent covering areas of need Brave 1st responders like this created and run this site! Suport, send them suplies and of donation.
Thank you for helping us!!! Please don't leave us now as we are trying to rebuild our homes and lives... Mayor Bloomberg ....have some compassion for us while you sit in your warm, cozy office!!!!
Blooming idiot is at it again! Why does he insist on meddling in other peoples lives....oh, Blooming idiot you can always buy in....
Why is the city doing this? You should be ashamed. Your bureacracy is not doing enough to help. All the mayor has to offer is that it will be cold and people should find other shelter? As usual, he has no idea about the lives of real people who are his constituents.
I liived in New Dorp Beach for many years and was there when we got the first Hurricane storm. We survived that, and I feel really bad for all the people in NY & NJ who are going through these sad and harsh timesl. It shouldn't bother you Mayor Bloomberg about these tents that are helping hundreds of people. You go home to a nice warm Mansion every night. Leave the tents where they are and don't shut them down. These people will suffer more hardships if they have no where to turn.