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CB3’s Susan Stetzer Accused of Killing “New York’s Creativity”

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Community Board 3 District Manager Susan Stetzer plays a starring role in some flyers that have popped up in the East Village.  The flyers say Stetzer is “wanted for assault on our civil liberties” and accuses her of being an “assassin of our civil liberties.” This morning Stetzer told us she doesn’t know who posted the flyers or why they might have done it but she believes they could be related to liquor license applications.  Stetzer is not a voting member of CB3 but some bar and club owners see her as an opponent of the always growing LES nightlife industry.  It’s not the first time Stetzer has come under attack.  Last year a downtown political club awarded her and State Senator Daniel Squadron with the “Lavender Padlock Award” which is meant to “expose anti-nightlife zealots who work assiduously to close our legally licensed nightlife establishments.”

 

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  1. Wow. Glad these brave poster..ers finally found the culprit for our societies decreasing civil liberties! Never mind run-away hedge-fund guys destruction of the economy, global destruction of the environment for profit, the loss of our senior’s homes, the dismantling of historic buildings, and loss of low-income housing for working people (including artists -speaking of creativity). Never mind the profiling of people targeted by racism or corporate and government intrusion into political organizations.
    No!
    Clearly, through assiduous research and with a broad perspective on the current situation…the real problem has been rooted out:
    Susan Stetzer!Here I thought she was a rather hard-working, knowledgable, (and opinionated) community worker…
    How naive I’ve been….

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