Citizens Union debate Tuesday night

The Citizens Union will host a debate for candidates for the 33rd district City Council seat on Tuesday night from 6:30 to 8 pm. The event is held at St. Francis College, in its Founders Hall (180 Remsen St., between Court and Clinton streets). The seven candidates — Isaac Abraham, Ken Baer, Doug Biviano, Ken Diamondstone, Steve Levin, JoAnne Simon, and Evan Thies — are invited, and the debate is open to the public. To RSVP, email

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  • T.K. Small

    I sent in my RSVP earlier this afternoon. See you there!

  • Real Reform Brooklyn

    Wow. Do you think that Steve Levin will finally show?

    We hope that he can answer some of the following questions:

    (1) Does he support Atlantic Yards after Vito gave them a windfall?

    (2) Does he support a one-year suspension of the statute of limitations for victims of clergy sexual abuse?

    (3) Did he move to the 33rd for any reason other than being Vito’s candidate for the 33rd?

    (4) Why does he support the $45,000,000 sweetheart backroom deal for Vito over Broadway Triangle that cut the community off at the knees?

    (5) How can we seriously believe that he is anything but the Pro-Machine/Anti-Reform candidate in this horse race?

    Real Reform Brooklyn

  • Workerman

    A 6:30 start? Is this only for the elderly and shut ins? People have jobs!