Richard David for City Council District 28

I met with young Richard David today. He has declared his intention as candidate for District 28 /Richmond hill/South Jamaica and South Ozone Park.

Richard came to the USA WHEN HE WAS 10 YEARS OLD AND HOLDS A MASTERS FROM NYU.

 

Let us all support this young man.

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He might be the Richard David of the Community Board 9 serving part of the Richmond Hill area and surroundings. He's also an Executive Director of the Indo-Caribbean Alliance - a Richmond Hill body - and Vice President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (maybe a rival body to Vishnu's RHEDC) His NYU masters degree is in Public Accounts.

Originally Posted by Chief:

Same fellow Kari.

We had a long discussion today and I promised that I will introduce you  to him in the coming days.

I have known this young man for 10 years and he has done a lot for our community.

 

I met him before - young, decent fellow with interest in civic affairs. I might have met him at the recent screening of the Jahaji movie at the ICA office in 130 St and Liberty Ave

Originally Posted by Kari:

He might be the Richard David of the Community Board 9 serving part of the Richmond Hill area and surroundings. He's also an Executive Director of the Indo-Caribbean Alliance - a Richmond Hill body - and Vice President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (maybe a rival body to Vishnu's RHEDC) His NYU masters degree is in Public Accounts.

http://www.nycedc.com/

 

If this is the organization to which you refer, it is way bigger than the RHEDC, in no way is it a "rival", and one can bet that there are as many VPs there than there is at Citibank, meaning that being a VP brings no real clout.

Originally Posted by caribny:
Originally Posted by Kari:

He might be the Richard David of the Community Board 9 serving part of the Richmond Hill area and surroundings. He's also an Executive Director of the Indo-Caribbean Alliance - a Richmond Hill body - and Vice President of the New York City Economic Development Corporation (maybe a rival body to Vishnu's RHEDC) His NYU masters degree is in Public Accounts.

http://www.nycedc.com/

 

If this is the organization to which you refer, it is way bigger than the RHEDC, in no way is it a "rival", and one can bet that there are as many VPs there than there is at Citibank, meaning that being a VP brings no real clout.

caribny's very illuminating contribution........I'm sure we're all better off for it.....

Originally Posted by yuji22:
Originally Posted by Cobra:
How come Shaitan didn't show any interest?

 

On a serious note, what is holding back Shaits ? He should throw his hat into the ring but I honestly do not have any knowledge of NY politics.

Where is Shaitaan, I do not see him on GNI?

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