Rivington Residents Take Stand Against Nightlife with Flyer Campaign
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Spurred into action by recent liquor license applicantions for 106 Rivington and Rob Shamlian’s Tiny Fork clam shack at 167 Orchard Street, the grassroots LES Dwellers Association is on the proverbial rampage. Both applicants are in a resolution area. So now the block association is ratcheting up opposition to increased nightlife, most recently with a plethora of cartoonish flyers around Hell Square.
The smear campaign aims to rally the neighbors against over-saturation, appealing to those whose lives have been affected by the change. Stopping crowds, piss, and puke is essentially the message here. And to attend the SLA subcommittee meeting on October 15.