In celebration of Valentine’s Day, let’s show our Council Members some love…by sending them some amazing e-cards!
Here are 5 amazing Valentine’s-themed STS e-cards which y’all can send to your local Council Members, kindly reminding them to please pass our 12 STS bills regarding construction-as-harassment. If possible, please take some time to e-mail your local Council Member one or a few of these fabulous e-cards. It will only take a minute or two! On a mobile device, click to enlarge each image then choose a Share option, or on your desktop you can right-click and choose Save As.
Not sure who your Council Member or what their contact info is? Click here.
Happy Valentine’s and e-card sending day!!!
Due to the popularity of this event, we reluctantly must limit participation. We cannot accept new RSVP’s and if you attend without an RSVP, please be aware that you cannot be assured a seat. We are planning a similar event in the Spring. If you’d like to be placed on a waiting list or to be notified about future forums please email Harriet Putterman at email@example.com . Thank you for your interest and please stay in touch with the Stand for Tenant Safety Campaign by visiting www.standfortenantsafety.com.
Click flyer to RSVP.
Download PDF of flyer here.
RSVP by clicking the flyer
We have confirmed our STS Manhattan Town Hall on TUESDAY JANUARY 10TH at 1 Centre Street (19th Fl. South) at 6:30PM. This town hall will be focused on construction-as-harassment issues and how tenants can combat these issues and protect themselves. (This event is part of the Stand for Tenant Safety Coalition, of which CSC is a member. Find out more about STS here.) Let everyone in your organization(s), tenants, friends, and other folks know. We want a big turnout! If you can attend, please fill out this RSVP link so we can get a sense of how many folks can make it.
New York Times, By MIREYA NAVARRO SEPT. 29, 2015
New York City Council members will introduce a package of bills on
Wednesday intended to prevent landlords from pressuring tenants to move
out by making their apartments unlivable through construction work.
The proposed legislation, a total of a dozen bills, follows accounts of
residents’ enduring latenight noise, harmful levels of dust and damage to
their apartments, which some of the tenants said were efforts to get them to
leave their rentstabilized apartments. Landlords are supposed to provide
tenantprotection plans when they do renovations in occupied buildings. But
in many cases, the landlords tell the city that their buildings are vacant, and
the city grants the construction permits without verifying the claims. Read More
We are working on collecting data on what tenants face during mismanaged construction so that we can create new laws and put an end to it. If this is something you have experienced, please come into the CSC office (61 E 4th St) to pick up and fill out a Real-Time Enforcement Construction survey. Tenant leaders and CSC organizers can also bring surveys to your building for you and your neighbors to fill out, or you can get help get involved with mass distribution yourself! Email Brandon for more details.
Come learn how to keep your home safe and livable during construction!
Weds 2/26/2014, 7 PM – 8:30 PM
59-61 E. 4th St., 4th Floor, Manhattan
At this session you can:
- Hear more about the RTE Campaign’s 2014 agenda
- Get involved with a subcommittee
(survey distrib., media relations, regulation reform, actions/demonstrations)
- Take the survey, & distribute to your neighbors
- General Construction Q & A
Refreshments served! For more info, download the flyer, or contact Brandon Kielbasa: (212) 228-8210 ext 4, firstname.lastname@example.org