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Saturday, July 22, 2017

ALBANY CITY CONSERVATIVES
OPEN PRIMARY BALLOT FOR
CITY COURT JUDGE/WARD RACES
.


Conservative Mayoral candidate, and
City Conservative Leader, Joe Sullivan
has filed Opportunity to Ballot (OTB)
petitions for the September 12 Primary
for City Court Judge (3 seats)  and
Common Council in Wards 1, 8,11, 12
14 and 15.

In addition, John Mahoney( enrolled
Conservative ,Ward 9) and Tim Looker 
enrolled Republican, Ward 13) will appear
on the November 7 General Election
ballot, along with the candidates who
are selected in the  September 12
Conservative Primary for the 3 City
Court seats and Council seats in Wards
1,8,11,12,14, and 15.

Candidates need not be enrolled in 
any political party. However, only
enrolled  City Conservative Party 
Members may vote in the September
12 Conservative Primary. Polls open
Noon - 9 PM.

Fiscal insolvency, increased crime
failing schools, a growing dependent
population and lack of jobs are the
legacy of one party control of City
government by self- identified
"progressives" who have high jacked
City schools and City government as
well as the once proud Democratic
Party.

Albany City government needs
diversity and a return to limited
government grounded in the
Constitution and traditional American
values.

City Court Judge candidates who
will uphold the law and Constitution
in particular the Second Amendment
Rights of law abiding citizens to bear
arms are welcome to compete for the
Conservative Party line.

This includes the 7 known candidates
as well as any resident of the City who
is a qualified attorney.

http://www.timesunion.com/news/article/Seven-seeking-City-Court-judgeships-in-Albany-11303631.php  

Common Council candidates who 
will truly represent the needs and
wishes of those ward residents who
elect them, are invited to seek the
Conservative ballot line in Wards
1, 8, 11, 12, 14 and 15.

Interested candidates may contact
me or directly seek the votes of
enrolled City of Albany Conservative
Party Members  city wide, or in the
particular wards, based on which
public office they seek. 


                                 Joe Sullivan


 

Friday, June 30, 2017

Friday, June 30, 2017


SUPPORT RESOLUTION DECLARING
A MORATORIUM ON REZONE ALBANY 

When? 7 PM Albany Common Council
Chamber 2d floor City Hall.  July 3, 2017

Council Member Mark Robinson (Ward 5)
will introduce the following Resolution for
a vote of approval from the full 15 member
Albany Common Council at their July 3rd
meeting. 

Rezone Albany opens up the remaining
prime residential single family neighborhoods
in the City of Albany to mixed use development.

This will destroy the neighborhood residential
integrity, quality of life, home values and City
property tax base in these single family 
residential neighborhoods, which pay the lion's 
share of property taxes which support
City schools and City government services.

A foolish move for a City on the brink of
fiscal insolvency.

All City residents will ultimately be adversely
impacted by the outcome.

Councilman Robinson can be reached at
221 7811.    RESOLUTION
                                                 Albany Common Council
                                                                Member Ward 5
                                                                221-7811
                                                                mark.robinson.albany@gmail.com,



Albany Common Council Member Mark Robinson (Ward 5)
Will introduce this Resolution for a vote of the full Council
on Monday, July 3, 2017

Declaring a Moratorium on Implementation of the Rezone
Albany Code/Map until January 2018 when the Mayor and
Common Council Members elected at the November 7, 2017
City General Election take office.

Members of the public who wish to  support or oppose this
Resolution are invited to speak at the public comment time
7 PM, June 3, Albany City Hall, Common Council Chamber
2nd Floor.

Arrive at 6:45 pm to register to speak.

                                    .............................

RESOLUTION NUMBER:

SPONSOR: Council Member Mark Robinson


RESOLUTION OF THE COMMON COUNCIL, CITY OF ALBANY NEW YORK

A MORATORIUM IS DECLARED ON IMPLEMENTATION OF THE REZONE
ALBANY PLAN , OTHERWISE KNOWN AS, THE UNIFIED SUSTAINABLE
DEVELOPMENT ORDINANCE NUMBER 26.31.17, UNTIL JANUARY 31, 2018
WHEN THE MAYOR AND COMMON COUNCIL MEMBERS ELECTED AT THE
NOVEMBER 7, 2017 CITY GENERAL ELECTION TAKE OFFICE AND DECIDE
WHETHER OR NOT TO AMEND OR REPEAL SAID ORDINANCE.

WHEREAS the effects of the the Rezone Albany Ordinance on neighborhood
residential integrity, quality of life, home values, property taxes, the City
property tax base, support for City schools and City Services as well as efforts
to achieve long term balanced City budgets and restore Albany to fiscal
solvency were not evaluated, nor understood. by the consultants who prepared
said Rezone Albany Plan/Ordinance/Map, nor by the Mayor and Common Council
who enacted it, nor by the the citizen voters of Albany who must live with the
unintended consequences of what is essentially a Development stimulus plan
which is contrary to the, intent and purposes, of New York State Zoning Law.

WHEREAS these  implications of said Rezone Albany Plan must be thoroughly
analyzed and understood by the Mayor, Common Council Members and citizen
voters of the City of Albany. it is imperative that said moratorium be declared
and that the effects of Rezone Albany be thoroughly analyzed, debated and
understood by all concerned,  prior to the September 12, 2017 primaries and
November 7, 2017 City General Election.

BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED, that this Resolution shall take effect immediately.

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Wednesday, May 17, 2017

TWO STRIKES

The count against Kathy Sheehan
and the  Albany Common  Council 
in the 2017 Albany City elections is
2 strikes.

Strike 1 was declaring Albany a
sanctuary city. Sheehan and the
Common Council are law breakers
who have violated their oaths of
office, compromised the security
and safety of Albany residents
and made Albany a target for
terror attacks.

Strike 2 was ramming through
repeal of the existing Albany
City Zoning Code and replacing
it with the Rezone Albany zoning
code and official map, without
the members of the Common
Council, and City voters having
a clear understanding of the
consequences of Rezone Albany
on neighborhood residential
integrity and quality of life,
home values, the City property tax
base in the formerly owned
R 1B single family residential
zoning districts in Wards 4, 8,9,12
13,14 and 15, which pay the lion's
share of property taxes that support
City schools and City government
services.

 http://alloveralbany.com/archive/2017/05/16/rezone-albany-approved

Enactment of Rezone Albany puts
Albany on the fast track to becomong
Detroit on the  Hudson.

Petitioning to qualify candidates
for the September 12 party primary
ballots and November 7 General
Election begins June 7 and continues
through early July.

Do not sign candidate designating
petitions for Sheehan and Members
of the Common Council who supported
Albany being a sanctuary city and
replacing the existing City of Albany
Zoning Code/Official Map with the
Rezone Albant Zoning Code/Official
Map, which is effective June 1, 2017.

Three Common Council Members
voted  No on Rezone Albany.
Robinson (Ward 5) Krasher (W11)
and Commisso (W15). For this they
have earned your signatures to get
them on the ballot for the 2017 City
elections.

Challengers for  election to Common
Council from Wards 1, 2, 3, 4,6,7,8
9, 10, 12, 13, 14 and 15, and Common
Council President, who will vote
to Repeal Sanctuary City status and
Rezone Albany  merit your signatures
on their candidate designating petitions.

Meanwhile, voters and candidates
should take the time to read, analyze
and understand  Rezone Albany and
it's consequences for their neighborhoods
wards and the City as a whole.

 http://rezonealbany.com/sites/rezonealbany.com/files/document/pdf/Albany%20USDO%20Consolidated%20FINAL%205-10-17_0.pdf

Read related posts on this website
and bpcanews.blogspot.com  January
2017-present.

Informed candidates and voters
are essential to their survival and
the survival of the City of Albany.

                                Joe Sullivan  
 

Friday, May 12, 2017

LAST CALL

 https://mail.aol.com/webmail-std/en-us/suite

              Joe Sullivan

Friday, May 5, 2017

VIVA MARINE

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=NnczkujJEd0

Our own Morty Oge and
kin were there:

 http://www.irishidentity.com/geese/stories/ogeosullivan.htm

 http://www.theirishstory.com/2014/03/08/from-limerick-to-antwerp-irish-brigades-abroad-1690-1815/#.WQ0m9sYpDcs

                     Joe Sullivan
REZONE ALBANY
TO DETROIT ON
THE HUDSON
SHOWDOWN MAY 10

Read posts this website for March
and April , also:
http://bpcnanews.blogspot.com
to better understand why
the proposed Rezone Albany Ordinance
should be Tabled and Held in Committee
until January 2018. 

Read/Listen:

 http://wamc.org/post/rezone-albany-crosshairs

May 10 , 2017 6 pm meeting of Albany
Common Council Planning Committee
City Hall  Albany. Public Comments
may be made by City residents.


The 5 members of the Albany 
Common Council Planning
Committee should vote to
Table  Ordinance 26.31.17
Rezone Albany and hold
the bill in Committee until
a new Mayor and Common
Council takes office in
January 2018.

If 3 of the 5 members of the
Committee vote to Table and
Hold in Committee Ordinance
26.31.17 until January 2018
the provisions of the existing
Albany City Zoning Code
protecting the residential integrity
quality of life, home values and
City property tax base which
supports City schools and City
government services, will remain
law.

Chair: Dan Herring (W13)
             518 438 7527
             danherring47@hotmail.com

Ron Bailey (W3)  518 300 8797
ronald.bailey47@yahoo.com

Kelly Kimbrough (W4) 518 250 9267
kellykimbrough4@gmail.com

Catherine Fahey (W7) 518 482 6159
cathyfahey7@yahoo.com

Leah Golby (W10) 518 209 1244
leah.golby@gmail.com

Attend the May 10 meeting and
voice your support to Table and
Hold in Committee until January
2018, the proposed Rezone Albany
Ordinance 26.31.17.

Or, better yet, contact the 5 Committee
Members, in advance of the May 10
meeting asking them to so vote.

One man, holds the fate of Albany
in his hands...13th Ward Common
Council Member Dan Herring, Chair
of the Planning Committee and sponsor
of the Rezone Albany Ordinance.

Dan has announced he is not seeking
reelection. Thus, he is not obligated
to report this bill out of Committee.

If Dan would strike the enacting clause
of Ordinance 26.31.17  the Rezone
Albany Ordinance would be neutered
saving Albany from becoming Detroit
on the Hudson.

Will Dan do the right thing for the
City and people of Albany?

Contact Dan, now,  and tell him to strike
the enacting clause of  Rezone Albany.

518 438 7527      danherring47@hotmail.com

Pay attention Albany residents, act now
or you will pay later.

                                        Joe Sullivan     

For all 15 Common Council Members
and Council President contact info:


http://www.albanyny.org/Government/CityOfficials/CommonCouncil.aspx














 

Thursday, May 4, 2017

Thursday, May 04, 2017


CHURCHILL SPOT ON

Albany Times Union article by
Chris Church is spot on, one
of his best:

 http://www.timesunion.com/tuplus-local/article/Churchill-Asking-questions-as-Albany-thwarts-11119905.php

The 5 members of the Albany 
Common Council Planning
Committee should vote to
Table  Ordinance 26.31.17
Rezone Albany and hold
the bill in Committee until
a new Mayor and Common
Council takes office in
January 2018.

The Common Council Planning
Committee will meet to reconsider
action on Rezone Albany, May
10.

Committee Chair Dan Herring
sponsor of the ordinance should
strike the enacting clause of the
Rezone Albany Zoning Ordinance
and Official Map.

Chairman Herring has announced
that he is not seeking reelection.

Do the honorable thing Dan.
You hold the fate of homeowners
neighborhood residential integrity
and quality of life, home values
the City property tax base and
support for City schools/City
government services 

The implications of Rezone Albany
need to be thoroughly analyzed
understood and debated by voters
and candidates alike before the
party primaries occur in September
and the November 7 General Election.

To do otherwise will doom the
City of Albany to fiscal insolvency
resulting in the City of Albany
becoming Detroit on the Hudson.

Refer to earlier  posts on this issue
this website and 
http://lonerangeralbany.blogspot. com 

Voters government can't save you.
You must save your government, your
City and your homes.

                               Joe Sullivan





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