RIOC messes up Learning Bridges for Roosevelt Island, cynically pulling a fast one on Island Kids, just one week after voicing robust support.
At RIOC’s OPS October 2020 committee meeting, promising stars shined with emphasis on performance. But old bugaboos surfaced or went unresolved. It wasn’t perfect, but it was promising.
Did state assembly member Rebecca Seawright team up with RIOC acting president Shelton Haynes, pulling a Southpoint fast one? Did they work at taking the pressure off Team Cuomo?
Can Shelton Haynes handle RIOC? It’s a small deal in the greater State scheme of things, but Roosevelt Island needs better leadership. Can he supply it?
RIOC’s reckless assault on Southpoint Park trips on the heels of a broad evasion of responsibility. Ethical errors doom this project. And again, elected officials hide. Memorize their names for coming elections: […]
The Seawright Haynes Town Hall put together in haste and shared on Facebook in July bombed. It bombed as any informercial masquerading as a town hall would. By David Stone Roosevelt Island […]
RIOC’s July, 2020, board meeting featured an odd mix of steadiness under pressure, stressed by obvious fissures with the community.
RIOC’s Re-Introducing Transportation attracted a full house and plenty of passion, yesterday. As much listening tour as anything else, the talk turned heated.