The Green Party of New York County By-laws require our County Organization to meet at least once every calendar year. Among the items of business on the agenda will be:
- Reports from the Chair, Secretary, and Treasurer
- Plans for the 2016 Election Cycle, including Presidential, Congressional, and state legislative races.
The Green Party of New York County is recognized by the Green Party of New York State as the county organization for New York County (Manhattan). This recognition allows Greens registered in New York County to participate in the business of the party's State Committee through representatives to that body; it also allows New York County Greens to nominate and certify candidates for public office in Manhattan.
PLEASE NOTE: Only duly-registered members of the Green Party of New York County may participate in the meeting. If you recently registered as a member of the Green Party; or if you are not certain you are registered as a Green Party member with the Board of Elections,please bring proof of your registration to the meeting, and present it when you sign-in. Individuals who are not registered Greens in New York County and/or who do not reside in New York County may attend the meeting, but only as observers.
Directions to the LGBT Community Center: The Center is located between Greenwich and Seventh Avenues, on the south side of West 13th Street. Subway: Please take the A, C, or E train to 14 Street Station. Walk south from 14th Street on 8th Avenue, and turn left on 13th Street. Continue east on 13th Street until you reach the intersection of 13th Street and Greenwich Avenue. Cross 13th Street, turn left and continue east until you reach the entrance to The Center on your right. Or, take the 1, 2, or 3 to 14th Street Station. Walk south on Seventh Avenue to 13th Street. Cross the street to the south side of 13th Street, and walk west, until you find the entrance to The Center on your left.
- December 01, 2015 at 7pm – 9pm
LGBT Community Center
208 W 13th St
New York, NY 10011
Google map and directions
- 2 people are going
- Jim McCabe