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CONSERVATIVE ROW C FOR MAYOR CITY OF ALBANY NY November 5, 2013 Election U S Navy Veteran BS Geography, U Wisconsin (Korean GI Bill) MA Geography, U Minnesota (National Fellowship) 30 years as founder and president, Buckingham Pond/ Crestwood Neighborhood Assoc. maintaining/improving neighborhood residential integrity and quality of life. Leadership resulted in creation of Buckingham Pond Park in 1993-94, as well as many other open spaces. See bpcnanews.blogspot.com for list of leadership results. Neighborhood website: bpcnanews.blogspot.com/ see also: albanycityconservative.blogspot.com

Saturday, October 14, 2017

TALK 1300 PROGRAMMING.
INFORMS YOU AND MAKES
YOU WANT  TO RUN TO THE 
POLLS  AND VOTE CONSERVATIVE
ROW C  NOVEMBER 7  OR VOTE
ABSENTEE NOW (EARLY VOTING)

LISTEN TO LARRY (WE'VE A COUNTRY
TO SAVE ) ELDER ONE HOUR INTERVIEW
WITH THOMAS SOWELL  ON RACE CARD.
10/12

SAVAGE WAS GREAT ALL THIS WEEK,

DICKER AND MELODY TOO.

SATURDAY (TODAY)  KUDLOW INTERVIEW
WITH GEN JACK KEANE ON FAKE IRAN
NUKE "DEAL", PAKISTAN AND AFGHANISTAN.

CHRIS PLANT

SEARCH FOR THEIR PODCASTS. LISTEN
AND CAST INFORMED VOTES NOV 7,

READ TODAY'S TIMES UNION PERSPECTIVE
REX SMITH, LETTERS TO EDITOR AND FAMILY
PROMISE STORIES, BY AND FOR THE PERPS OF
FAKE NEWS AND EXCLUSIONARY POLITICAL
COVERAGE OF THE 2017 MAYORAL AND COUNCIL
ELECTIONS.

TIME FOR A COURSE CHANGE IN ALBANY.

DON'T LET THE LEFTY POLICIES OF THE
SHEEHAN ADMINISTRATION TURN ALBANY 
INTO DETROIT ON THE HUDSON.


VOTE CONSERVATIVE ROW C NOV 7.

THANK YOU.           JOE SULLIVAN
                                    FOR ALBANY MAYOR

 

FOOLS. They Don't realize
we are at war , they and much of
Western Europe have already been
 invaded and over run?

USA and Canada next.

The Last Crusade and they have no
Charles the Hammer to save them.

 https://www.aol.com/article/news/2017/10/14/danger-of-war-germany-warns-after-trumps-move-on-iran-nuclear-deal/23243266/

                                  Joe Sullivan

                                 For Albany Mayor
                                 Conservative Row C
                                 November 7  6 am -9pm

Friday, October 13, 2017

Thursday, October 12, 2017


LVW VOTER GUIDE.

Go to:     VOTE411.org


COMPARE SHEEHAN/SULLIVAN
A CLEAR CHOICE  NOVEMBER 7,
Fiscal solvency, restore rule of law, uphold
the Constitution and our Liberty  vs
fundamental (radical) transformation
of Albany, America and policies that put
Albany on fast track to becoming Detroit
on the Hudson.

Vote November  7 as if your life and liberty
are on the line.  They are!

TIME FOR A COURSE CORRECTION
FOR ALBANY

VOTE SULLIVAN   Conservative Row C
For Mayor of  the City of  Albany. 
Robinson for Common Council President
Roberta Sims for City Treasurer
Gerry McNamara (Ward 8)
John Mahoney (Ward 9)
Tim Looker (Ward 13)

Crummey for NYS Supreme Court
Long for Albany City Court Judge 

 http://onyourballot.vote411.org/index.do?i=7

                               Joe Sullivan 
                     For Albany Mayor
                     Conservative   Row C
                     Nov 7     6 am-9pm

Saturday, October 07, 2017

BE READY

This morning early on Talk 1300 host
Rich Vassi and News Reporter Darrell
Camp briefly discussed the frustration
they (and we all) feel with the the sharp
political divisions that are tearing our
destroying our Nation.

Darrell speculated that most people are
seeking to escape the reality by seeking
comfort anyway they can. 

Rich and Darrell gave me a few momemts
in a call in to respond.

We live in perilous times for our city and
our Country. However, rather that seeking
to escape reality, we should recognize it
prepare for what, natural and man-made
disasters that will come our way in the days
weeks and months ahead and deal with those
realities.

We are living out a real life battle for survival.

Ponder this. A severe winter storm, sub zero
temperatures coupled with a terror attack
knocking out the power grid, water and sewer
natural gas utilities and communications
systems including 911, cell phones, internet.

Are you anticipating what can and will occur?
Are you ready to survive? Or will you look to
government to save you?

Do you understand that government can't save
us? That we must save ourselves and our
government?

Are you ready?  Have you set aside enough water
food, fuel, medicines, and essentials  to survive on 
your own for an extended period of time?  Do you
know first aid? Have you prepared to defend your
loved ones, your homes, your property? Do you 
keep your vehicle gas tanks full? Have go bags
packed, if evacuations are ordered? Know how
and where you would go? Or how you would survive
in place? How you and your loved ones will
communicate and gather?

You get the idea. Get ready starting today.

Go to Ready.gov    county, state and emergency
preparedness websites. Inform yourselves and
get ready.

If you depend on life saving prescriptions be
sure to have a 90 day supply on hand at all
times.

The next Mayor of Albany must be a leader
who will  organize, and mobilize government
to focus on emergency/disaster preparedness.
But, in the end you bear the ultimate responsibilty
for the survival of yourselves, your loved ones
your neighbors and others around you.

Read   this website posts, as well as 
bpcnanews.blogspot.com and
lonerangeralbany.blogspot.com

Listen to my interviews with Focus on  Albany
at blog talk radio. Cynthia Pooler.

There you will find clear, concise position
statements as to where I stand on issues
in this election that matter to the survival
of Albany and to each of us, including
restoring fiscal solvency, law and order
diversity with allegiance, repeal of Rezone
Albany Zoning, 25 mph City speed limits
on City residential streets. Strict enforcement
of this speed limit, and all V&T laws.
Improved snow removal, waste disposal
recycling,  consolidation of City schools
with City government. Property tax relief
and more.

Your party affiliation will be irrelevant. 

I humbly ask for your votes. 

The November 7 election offers you the
clearest choice possible in averting Albany
from becoming Detroit on The Hudson.

Are you content to allow 6,000 of 48,000
eligible voters to reelect the incumbent
or will you become informed, go to the
polls (or vote absentee) November 7
and elect a Mayor who will, with your
support, make significant course corrections
Albany requires in order for our City
and yourselves to survive what comes our
way?

                                    Joseph P Sullivan
                                    For Albany Mayor
                                    Conservative  Row C
                                    November 7  6 am-9pm


Tuesday, October 03, 2017

SULLIVAN
BUDGET
STATEMENT

 Here she goes again. Another unbalanced
Albany City budget with a 12.5 million dollar
gap, just like last year her 12 rubber stamps
on the Common Council voted to pass the
current 2017 unbalanced City budget.

 http://wamc.org/post/local-reaction-albany-mayor-s-budget-proposal

Who are these 12 rubber stamps? Will they
vote to pass this unbalanced   2018 City
budget containing another 12.5 million
dollar hole? Pay close attention to Common
Council incumbents and challengers, Nov 7.
How dis incumbents vote on the 2017 and 2018
City budgets/  Would any challengers vote NO?

This proposed budget contains a modest
property tax increase, but hold onto your hats
if you re-elect her to a second term Nov 7.

Expect huge property ( city and school) tax
increases. to follow.

Albany will never be fiscally solvent as long
as:

1, Albany is a sanctuary (loss of tens of millions
of collars of federal aid, including Albany Housing
Authority)

2. Rezone Albany is not repealed. Rezone Albany
destroy the residential integrity/quality of life
home values and property tax base of uptown
single family neighborhoods, which pay the lions'
share of  property taxes that support City schools
and City government services.

3. City schools are not consolidated with City
government under Mayoral control, with one property
tax roll to fund both, with a return to neighborhood
K-8 schools and the Mayor being responsible and
accountable for the operation/performance of City
schools.
Currently the school district budget of $240+ million
dollars makes up 2/3 of your property tax bill, while
the $177 million+ dollar budget accounts of the
remaining 1/3 of your property tax bill. The Mayor
has no oversight or control of school expenditures
and school property taxes currently.

5. Selling the 353 acres of Coeyman's land with
5.2 million dollars of your property taxes and selling
it for a fraction of that amount in a sweet theart deal
to an alleged contributor, in violation of the NYS
open bidding law. i s not only unlawful...it is a  bad
business deal for a Mayor who touts her experience
as a private sector business person.

6. The Mayor supports opponents of a sitting Governor
in primaries, 4 years ago, and again in 2018.

7.The Mayor fails to meet with the Governor and convince
him that NYS making 15 million dollar PILOT annual
payments to the City of Albany is in the best interests of
Albany residents, as well as his own self interests in 2018
and beyond.

 I will meet with the Governor and he can count on my
support in 2018, if he does right by citizen voters of the
City of Albany.

                                               Joe Sullivan
                                               For Albany Mayor
                                               Conservative  Row C
                                               Nov 7    6am-9pm
                                        




BUDGET STATEMENT OF WARD 11
ALBANY COMMON COUNCIL
INCUMBENT KRASHER A TRULY
INDEPENDENT COUNCILMAN

Earlier today, Mayor Sheehan released her proposed 2018 budget for the City of Albany. While this budget proposal is likely to change in the next few weeks, I am concerned about the following items that the Mayor included in this proposal:
1) Mayor Sheehan’s budget proposal calls for tax increases on homeowners and businesses. Despite repeated campaign pledges that the Sheehan Administration would continue “hold the line on taxes,” a mere few weeks after the primary election Mayor Sheehan is asking Albany taxpayers to fork over more money to the city. Everyone knows that Albany’s property taxes are among the highest in the region, and it's not right (if not outright deceitful) that someone who campaigned on not increasing taxes would do just that. 
2) The budget proposal includes raises for the city's white-collar non-union workers despite the fact that five of our unions - including Albany’s Blue Collar Workers - remain without a contract. For someone who campaigned as being “pro-union,” Mayor Sheehan's willingness to dole out wages to select employees while leaving a significant our city’s union employees hanging out to dry is shameful and outright hypocritical.
3) I support capping our high level management salaries at below six figures, because there is absolutely no reason why Albany's working families should be asked to pay for the raises of an already very high paid management. I'm disappointed to see that Mayor Sheehan has not included such a cap in a budget proposal that is asking our residents and businesses to pay more in taxes.
4) Once again, Mayor Sheehan in putting out a budget that is fundamentally unbalanced - mostly being predicated on $12.5 million in aid that New York State has yet to make a commitment to for the next fiscal year. The state is facing, at minimum, $4 billion deficit (depending on what happens with the federal budget), which makes Albany’s chances for getting this aid even more precarious. Last year, Albany taxpayers were warned about cuts to popular events and key city services until the state legislature eventually passed a late budget. The residents of the 11th Ward and the city as a whole do not need to be burdened with months of uncertainty because City Hall chooses to gamble its finances instead of working to develop a realistic budget.
As your 11th Ward Council Member, I will do my best to work with the Mayor’s Office and my Council colleagues to revise and produce a budget that is fiscally sound and is beneficial to the working families and residents that make up the 11th Ward.



LISTEN TO CONSERVATIVE
CANDIDATES FOR MAYOR
AND COMMON COUNCIL
PRESIDENT ROW C  NOV 7

 http://focusonalbany.com/radio-interviews/item/728-a-conversation-with-joe-sullivan-and-mark-robinson-about-the-caymans-land-sale

                   Joe Sullivan
                   For ALBANY MAYOR

                   Mark Robinson
                   For COMMON COUNCIL
                   PRESIDENT


Fri, Sep 29, 2017 9:16
ELECT SULLIVAN NOV 7.  WHAT YOU GET.

Voters can expect law and order, actions to restore fiscal
solvency of the City of Albany. Changes in trash collection
and recycling,  repeal of the trash tax, as well as  snow removal.
Citizen involvement and responsibility in emergency/disaster planning .

City Court Judges that will   uphold the Constitution, in particular
Second Amendment including issuance of pistol permits to
qualified, law abiding citizens, and stay to interpreting rather than 
making laws.
  
 Law and Order - Exec Order #1  Repeal Sheehan Order with Sullivan
Order declaring Albany IS NOT A SANCTUARY CITY . Directing APD
Chief/Officers to cooperate with ICE in enforcement of all existing U S
Immigration Laws . This will restore 10's of million of annual federal aid
dollars to Albany thereby restoring fiscal solvency and a balanced   budget

Exec Order #2   Set City speed limit of 25 mph on all City residential streets.
Direct APD to strictly enforce speed limit and all V&T Laws including no
passing on right, no running red lights/stop signs  and repealing Red Light
Camera program. This is a priority public safety/quality of life issue

Zoning ,Executive Order # 3  Immediate   Six month Moratorium  and
full review of Rezone Albany Retroactive to effective date of 
said Rezone Law enactment May 15. 2017, in
contemplation of amendment and full repeal, reinstatement of Sec 375 Code
in effect prior to May 15, 2017 with particular emphasis on  no mixed use
development in single residential family neighborhoods . Houses of Worship
so defined- no institutional classification as in Rezone, no mixed use or
privatizing of Albany Municipal Golf Course  and no grandfathering in
of non conforming uses as defined in the Zoning Code prior tp enactment
of Rezone Albany. Restoration of green open spaces formerly designated
in perpertuity as results of the efforts of Buckingham Pond/Crestwood NA .

This will restore fiscal solvency by preventing destruction of home values,
quality of life, and property tax in primes residential neighborhoods that
pay the lion's share of the property taxes that support City schools/government.

City WATER SUPPLY
Executive Order #4   Security of  City reservoirs to guard against acts of
terror, sabotage and to protect actions aimed at  protecting water quality 
averting algae blooms and full all contracts/arrangements of water sales with
to local municipalities with the aim of sustainability of the City water supply
and  water sale rates equal  to what City residents pay.

Appointments all incumbents willing to cooperate with, and further all new
policies of ths Sullivan Administration may apply for continuance.

1. Richard Stack Conservative Party Chair will be my Chief of Staff

2. I will ask former Mayor Jennings to accept position of Deputy Mayor
or Mayor Emeritus to be responsible for:
a) acting as liaison with the Governor and Legislature  to:
 a1) obtain annual 15 million Pilot payments from NYS for Harriman
State Office Campus
a2) Consolidate City schools /City government, establish one property tax
 roll to fund both, return to a K-8 neighborhood Albany school system,
making the Mayor responsible/accountable for operation/performance  of
City schools. Replacing the School Board with a three member administrative
panel of Gerry Jennings, Ed Trant and Jerry Spicer (all former principals)
and making   curriculum  and changes to state law that will allow for more
local control of city schools for a new urban education model.
a3) perform all mayoral ceremonial functions and press functions. The result:
improved learning, graduation rates, order in the schools, ending the lottery
system, return to neighborhood schools which are best for kids, parents, disciplined
learning settings to aid troubled kids with behavioral/learning problems. And
it will end a city within a city property tax burden of 250+million school budget
for City schools and a a 180+ million City budget. Thereby lifting the property
tax burden on homeowners and small businesses.  A major reform needed for
more effective education and a major role in restoring fiscal solvency and long
term balanced city budgets.

More to follow.                                                            Joseph P Sullivan
                                                                                      For Albany Mayor
                                                                                      Conservative   Row C
                                                                                      Nov 7   6am-9pm

Saturday, September 30, 2017

KILL MOLD

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              Joe Sullivan

LYME DISEASE
WORST STATES

 http://247wallst.com/special-report/2017/06/15/12-worst-states-for-lyme-disease/2/

            Joe Sullivan

Wednesday, August 30, 2017

ALBANY. A WELCOMING
(SANCTUARY) CITY

Albany is insolvent. We have high
poverty , crime, property taxes and
more than a thousand abandoned 
buildings and more......but, we love you.

Albany does not need more poor
unskilled, uneducated, non-English
speaking people who bear no allegiance
to America and who have no intent
to assimilate into and uphold our
way of life and who do not support
our Constitution and obey our laws.

As Mayor of Albany I will issue an
Executive Order declaring that Albany
is not a sanctuary city and directing the
Albany Police to cooperate with ICE
in the enforcement of   U S Immigration
Law.

 https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=WgOHOHKBEqE

and

 http://www.dailymotion.com/video/x350rtd

                             Joe Sullivan

               

Wednesday, August 23, 2017

REZONE ALBANY WILL
INCREASE TRAFFIC, ERODE
RESIDENTIAL NEIGHBORHOODS
AND ADVERSELY IMPACT CITY
SCHOOLS/ CITY SERVICES

 http://wnyt.com/news/study-to-examine-issues-plaguing-albany-neighborhood-krumkill/4585070/?cat=10114

As Mayor I will issue an Executive Order
setting the speed limit on these and all City
residential streets at 25 mph and direct the
APD to strictly enforce this limit as well as
all V&T Laws, including running stop signs
traffic lights and passing on the right,

And direct the City Planning Director
to explore a park and ride alternative, to
reduce traffic volumes on New Scotland 
Ave, Krum Kill Rd, Buckingham Drive
Whitehall Rd, South Manning and Hackett.

 I will issue a related  Executive Order
placing a six month moratorium on Rezone 
Albany mixed use proposals and projects in 
the prime single family residential
neighborhoods traversed by the above named 
residential streets, in contemplation of a full
repeal of Rezone Albany or repealing mixed
use provisions of Rezone Albany in prime
single family residential neighborhoods.

Allowing mixed use developments in these
prime single family residential neighborhoods
will add more unwanted traffic, negatively
impacting the neighborhood residential
integrity, quality of life, home values and
property taxes, in these neighborhoods, which
pay the lion's share of property taxes that
support City schools and City government
services.

                                               Joe Sullivan
                                               Conservative
                                               for Albany Mayor
                                               Row C November 7.


                  

DO YOU KNOW YOUR
POLLING PLACE FOR
the November 7 General
Election?

There have been some changes.
Know this before you go to vote.

Polls open  6 AM to 9 PM. 

Those voting by Military or
Absentee ballots, be sure to
comply Albany County Board
of Election application and ballot
time lines.

October 13 is the last day to
register to vote in the November 
7 General Election.

 Click on link below, then click
Primary Polling Places (PDF)
in red box.

 http://www.albanycounty.com/government/departments/boardofelections.aspx

0r...google Albany NY County Board
of Elections.

Be sure to vote November 7.
The survival of America, our City
your survival, and the survival of
your loved ones are at stake.

                                Joe Sullivan