Democratic Mayoral Aspirants at St. Francis Wednesday April 3

Tomorrow (Wednesday, April 3) at 6:30 p.m. (doors open at 6:00) the Brooklyn Reform Coalition will host a Mayoral Forum featuring candidates for the Democratic Party’s mayoral nomination in the election to be held this year. The Forum will be at the St, Francis College auditorium, 180 Remsen Street (between Clinton and Court).

Hal Friedman, president of coalition member club Independent Neighborhood Democrats, stated: “This Forum will provide an excellent opportunity to hear the candidates’ views on how they intend to make our city government work more effectively and fairly. In light of today’s troubling news, the Coalition is dedicated to helping the next Mayor fix what’s broken in New York City politics. We will identify and advocate for policies that counter the corrosive forces of corruption that hurt New Yorkers in a serious way.”

The event is free and open to all.

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  • gbkm

    can’t wait to hear what they have to say about the corrosive forces of corruption that have left LICH threatened with closure and what they are going to do to save the hospital

  • marshasrimler

    speaking of corruption they will also need to address the plan the Brooklyn Public Library came up with to close ,destroy and downsize 2 local branch libraries. I believe one of the candidates has agreed to audit the BPL and another one has received considerable donations from the gentleman who devised the plan to destroy the Donnell Library on which this plan is based . We shall see

  • David Glick

    The hospital is run by the state, not the city.

  • Remsen Street Dweller

    Yes, but shouldn’t our city have a say when one of its hospitals is being closed. This does have an effect on the city. Mayor Bloomberg should be speaking up right now.