An Important Year in My Life

As we head full steam toward the election, I am taking a moment to reflect on the support I have received from you, my friends and family, support which I know I can continue to rely on as I enter this important year of my life . I hope that you will be able to take an evening to join me and my campaign at my Birthday Celebration, 7pm this Wednesday, and 230 Fifth Avenue.

We're taking action in February, with the following events. We hope you will join us in working to improve our community.


Birthday Celebration

Birthday Celebration, 2/6, 7-9pm, 230 5th Avenue, Penthouse Lounge

Birthday Celebration for City Council Candidate Ben Kallos
7PM – 9PM, Wednesday, February 6
230 Fifth Avenue, Penthouse Lounge, NY, NY
Contributions Requested in Lieu of Gifts

 


Labor Law and the 2013 Elections
Labor and the 2013 Elections
Gorlick, Kravitz & Listhaus, P.C. hosts a fundraiser for firm alumnus City Council Candidate Benjamin J. Kallos.

Featuring Partner and Former NYC Deputy Comptroller Barbara S. Mehlsack

7PM, Wednesday, February, 20th, 2013
Gorlick, Kravitz & Listhaus, P.C.
17 State Street, 4th Floor
 
Contribution Appreciated. 
All Are Welcome. 

Limited Space is available.  Please buy tickets or RSVP to financeatkallosforcouncil [dot] com (subject: RSVP%20to%20Labor%20Law%20and%20the%202013%20Elections)

 


Bring Back Our Booths
The MTA recently decided to remove the service booths and agents from the 86th and Lexington Avenue subway stop. As a result, vandalism has been steadily rising, leading to malfunctioning MetroCard machines. If you believe safe, secure, and accessible public transportation is a right, please sign our petition. Join me in this worthy cause by volunteering your time, because it is your support that will make the difference.

Schedule:

  • Monday, 7am-9am
  • Wednesday, 7am-9am

For more info ActionatKallosForCouncil [dot] com.

 

Share Your Stories on Roosevelt Island Public Safety

There have been a number of incidents involving public safety officers and residents that have raised significant concerns about the role of public safety. Some residents don't feel comfortable or safe on Roosevelt Island because of public safety.
 
Read about the action we have already taken in the Daily News: "After Daily News Story On Youth's Roosevelt Island Beating, Ben Kallos Calls For Investigation"
 
We are committed to working with residents to ensure that there is good governance by bringing this matter to the attention of the State's Inspector General and the media. We are also committed to standing up and fighting for the rights of Roosevelt Islanders.
 
Action needs to be taken to hold the public safety department accountable and to ensure the safety of all Roosevelt Islanders. There needs to be oversight over the public safety department. We propose creating a community review board of public safety.
 
We have created a page on our website where anyone who has been a victim of public safety can speak up and voice their concerns. We urge individuals to come forward and share their story with us.