Horse Drawn Carriages in NYC
A Worthwhile Tradition
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“a windfall for the [horse drawn] carriage industry from the sale of its multimillion-dollar stables alone,” 64,000 square feet of “valuable real estate on lots that could accommodate up to 150,000 square feet of development.”
Mr. Nislick. over four (4) years ago as CEO of Edison Properties, a parking lot group with parking lots close by all of the horse drawn carriage industry's co-op stables on the mid-west side of Mid-Manhattan:
"proposed that the horse drawn carriage industry be replaced by electric-powered faux Model Ts."
Edison's Get Rich Quick Plan is a plan formulated in Mr. deBlasio's pre-election office.
"It's Wonderful... Yes, I have seen it and I’m perfectly pleased with it.”
Marsha Himler, heads the horse-advocating nonprofit group since 2011. See http://nydn.us/1rzY7J9
Rosenthal RosentL@assembly.state.ny.us (W72nd, Manhattan)
Dinowitz DinowiJ@assembly.state.ny.us (Bronx)
Weisenberg firstname.lastname@example.org (Long Beach)
Brook-Krasny BrookKrasnyA@assembly.state.ny.us (Brooklyn
)Kavanagh KavanaghB@assembly.state.ny.us (14th Street Manhattan)
Gottfried GottfriedR@assembly.state.ny.us (West 27th Street Manhattan)
Glick GlickD@assembly.state.ny.us (Broadway, Manhattan)
Millman MillmaJ@assembly.state.ny.us (Brooklyn)
We request an explanation for your sponsorship of a ban for horses to draw carriages
The NYPD is in charge of the welfare of the horses. I do not see their support for your ban.