Feb 032017
 

February General Meeting

Thursday, February 9th, 2017 
St. John’s Lutheran Church Annex
83 Christopher Street – 6:30 PM

Agenda

Make Sure to check out our facebook page and join our event Saturday Feb.11th as we organize the village against Donald Trump!  Click Here

                                                            

February General Meeting_women's-march

VID gathers at Union Square, Jan. 21st, getting final instructions from Erik Coler

 President’s Report  – Erik Coler

      I. Woman’s March (Update) – see also Villager Coverage
     II. Feb. 11th, Anti-Trump Day of Action  

Committee Reports

      –  Voting Reform (Chair: Laurie Hardjowirogo)
           Next Meeting: To be Announced

      –  Environmental Committee (Chair: Nat Johnson)
           Next Meeting: Feb. 21st @ 6pm

      –  Affordable Housing (Chair: Erik Coler)
           Next Meeting: Feb. 18th @ 2pm 

      – Gala Committee (Chairs: Nanacy Shamban/Nadine Hoffmann)
           Next Meeting: To Be Announced

      – Election Committee (Chairs: Laurie Hardjowirogo/Tony Hoffmann) 
           Next Meeting: March 14th @ 6pm

Elected Officials Report

DNC Endorsement Vote

The Village Independent Democrats will be make an endorsement (or no endorsement) of the DNC Chairperson.
(A separate email with bio/issues on candidates to follow)

Candidate’s list
Keith Ellison | Tom Perez | Jaime Harrison | Sally Boynton Brown | Ray Buckley
| Pete Buttigieg | Juhmu Greene | No Endorsement (This will be if we decide not to endorse anyone)

Rules:
– Candidates, or representatives, or speakers on their behalf will have 5 to 10 mins to speak (depending on the number of finalized candidates), and 10 mins to answer questions.
– The membership will have 20 mins of comments after the speakers are finished
– Members in good standing for more then 3 months will be able to vote

3.  New Business

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Jan 182017
 

VID Officer Elections completed on Jan. 12th

In a well-attended meeting which also featured a thorough presentation on how to protect rent-stabilized tenants, VID members voted for the remaining slate of Officers and the 2017 Executive Committee.  Now, VID Officer Elections are complete.

President 
Erik Coler

Vice Presidents
Jen Hoppe
Laurie Hardjowirogo
Barbara Ruether

Treasurer
Tony Hoffmann

Recording Secretary
Kathy Slawinski

Corresponding Secretaries
Jonathan Geballe
Ed Yutkowitz

Fmr. President
Nadine Hoffmann

Executive Committee Members
Alec Pruchniki
Erik Bottcher
Nat Johnson
Linda Jacobson
Chaim Leggiere
Nancy Shamban
Frieda Bradlow
Franny Leggiere
Susan Gottesman
Eli Hausknecht
Katharine Wolpe
Tom Connor
Marlene Nadle
Lois Rakoff
Frank Savits

Don’t forget to check out our new Facebook Page or you can join the discussion on our FaceBook Group

 

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Nov 202016
 

VID November Meeting…

Here are the Minutes for the Nov. 10th General Meeting and some visuals to go with it.

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General Membership Meeting
Dec. 8th, 2016
St. John’s Lutheran Church Annex
83 Christopher Street, 6:30 PM

Agenda 
 

    1.  President’s Report-Nadine Hoffmann

    2.  District Leader Report- Keen Berger

    3.  Special Guest Sen. Brad Hoylman

    4.   Second vote on attached amendment to the VID constitutlion.

    5.  VID Holiday Party Details–Nadine Hoffmann            

   Frieda Bradlow’s Home
    43 Charlton Street   2-5 PM
    Sunday, December 11, 2016

    6.  VID 2017 Officer Elections – President and three Vice-Presidents              

         A.   Any member who is interested in running for either position may submit a letter to
               Zella Jones by Sunday, December 4th, to be published on the website and sent
               to the membership prior to the meeting.  zella@marketxmarket.com
         B.  Nominations may only be taken from
              the floor   
         C.  See attached election protocol adopted by the Executive Committee in 2015.  [This was amended on Dec. 11, 2017]

     7.  New Business

 

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Sep 202016
 

Every Wednesday and Saturday bakes and buttons support buses to PA.

Keep Pennsylvania Blue fund raisingThe VID is sending buses with volunteers to Pennsylvania every Saturday from now until, and including, Election Day.

If you cannot go the bus route, you can contribute to the cause in another way.

Bakes and Buttons will be our tabling effort for the next weeks on Wednesdays and Saturdays.  We will be selling homemade baked goods, Hillary buttons, registering people to vote and recruiting volunteers for our buses.

 

Schedule

Abingdon Square,
opposite the Farmer’s Market

Saturday, September 24
10-12
12-2PM
Saturday, October 1
10-12
12-2PM
Saturday, October 8
10-12
12-2PM
Saturday, October 15
10-12
12-2PM
Saturday, October 22
10-12
12-2PM
Saturday, October 29
10-12
12-2PM
Saturday, November 5
10-12
12-2PM

Park at Seventh Avenue
between 11 and 12 streets

Wednesday, September 28
12:30 to 2:30
2:30 to 4
Wednesday, October 5
12:30 to 2:30
2:30 to 4
Wednesday, October 12, (Yom Kippur)
12:30 to 2:30
2:30 to 4
Wednesday, October 19
12:30 to 2:30
2:30 to 4
Wednesday, October 26
12:30 to 2:30
2:30 to 4
Wednesday, November 2
12:30 to 2:30
2:30 to 4

 

Please email me to volunteer: citywoman17@gmail.com

Hillary needs us.  You can help!
Nadine Hoffmann, President

 

 

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