Thursday, February 14, 2008

The St Saviour’s Farce Created by Holden, Nunziato and Wilkinson


Now the delusional minds of Robert Holden and Tony Nunziato want to pick up a crumbling church and move it to another location, not in Maspeth but to All Faith’s Cemetery in Middle Village. If the church has such an historical significance, why not place the church in Juniper Park where all can come learn about St Saviour’s? Why place it in cemetery where only mourners and devotees can view the church?

Sadly, Maspeth residents will soon realize that Bob and Tony don’t give a damn about them or their neighborhood. Unfortunately, Pol Pot and Tulips have more compassion for wood, stone and metal than for their fellow man. The two moronic marauders think they have a scheme to effectuate their evil plot for preservation domination leaving the St Saviour’s parcel of land behind to fend for itself.

Tony Numbnuts wants the public to believe that the $1 million dollars for the preservation of the church set aside by Councilman Gallagher and the City Council is available for this ridiculous plan to transplant the church to another location. This compels us to wonder whether Tony is either mentally retarded or he just doesn’t understand city government. We believe it is a combination of both.

Tony Tulips was a longtime member of CB 5 and is now a potential self proclaimed candidate for City Council yet he fails to understand even the basics when it comes to government. Nunziato is quoted as asking for the million dollars that Councilman Gallagher secured for the purchase and preservation of St. Saviour's Church and use that money for the cost of moving the church from one private location to another.

Tony is too ignorant, lazy and clueless to realize that this cannot happen without a City Council Budget Modification. Any transfer of funds from one city agency to another requires a vote of the entire city council in which a majority must vote in favor.

In addition, if the city is to acquire the property, there must be a strict adherence to the ULURP process (The Uniformed Land Use Review Process) which is mandated by law. This process allows for public debate and dialogue between the public, NYC Council, Community Board and Borough President. Consequently, this process could take well in excess of a year. It would have been much easier and time efficient if Sponge Bob and Twit Tony agreed to have the church saved and restored with reasonable development on site as originally proposed.

It is extremely sad that Tony is more interested in getting his name in the papers than understanding city government and the laws that govern its process. More importantly, Tony Tulips fails to recognize that we all see through his despicable charade. This political neophyte lacks not only the intellectual capability to be elected councilman; he also lacks the experience and institutional knowledge of government and its operation.

Consequently, the St. Saviour’s site will be the future home of an intrusive manufacturing plant while Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dumber try to claim an empty victory. Let’s face it folks, the metal midgets from the JPCA executive board were never fighting to save a church or ensure that Maspeth gets more green space, all they care about is beating the Mayor, the Parks Department, the Landmarks Commission and Councilman Gallagher. But, thanks to Robert Holden, Tony Nunziato and the JPCA Executive board the only losers will be the residents of Maspeth.

Tony stick to watering flowers it’s what you know best!

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Yes, it's the reverse Midas touch of the JPCA executive board. Whatever they touch turns to s*it. And unfortunately we live in the same neighborhood as these morons and we suffer the consequences of their meglomania, idiocy, and lust for power.

BTW Patrick, whenever I see that photo of Tony in the flower field, I nearly fall out of my chair in hysterics. The resembelance is so accurate. Likewise with the Holden and Wilkentubby photos. Too funny! If it weren't for your bizarre far right ring polticial views, I'd say let's go have a beer.

Keep up the good work letting the world know how Holden and the Flying Monkeys continue to do great harm to our nabe. It's just failure after failure after failure. I'd be laughing about it all, but I cry for MV when I think of the harm these clownholes continue to perpetrate.

Anonymous said...

Got to love the lame attempt at face saving from Wilkinson and the JPCA board. Now that it's clear their no compromise strategy has failed us all ONCE AGAIN, they need to try to pin blame on someone else, and who else but to try to deflect it to but their former Man of the Year Councilman Gallagher.

Oh the hypocrisy! Oh the arrogance! Oh the stupidity!

How many more times will the people of Middle Village suffer these fools? Any objective examiniation of the JPCA executive board's record reveals total failure. What they are very good at, however, is trying to scapegoat others for their own miscalculations, hubris, and stupidity.

People of Middle Village, membership of the JPCA, wake up and refuse to allow the JPCA executive board cabal to screw things up again. Over and over and over again,they have proven themselves to be harmful to our community.

Anonymous said...

Patrick writes: all they care about is beating the Mayor, the Parks Department, the Landmarks Commission and Councilman Gallagher.



Yes, and in each of the battles they have picked with the aforementioned entities, the JPCA executive board has lost miserably. Miserably!!!!!!

Their enemies rejoice.

Anonymous said...

I don't get it. where was tony quoted as saying this? can you provide link?

Also, regardless of the past, are you now arguing that it would be better to just demolish the church than move it?

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"The noose is not a symbol of prairie justice, but of gross injustice. Displaying one is not a harmless prank. And 'lynching' is not a word to be mentioned in jest. As a civil society, we should be able to agree that noose displays and lynching jokes are deeply offensive. They are wrong. And they have no place in America today." (At a ceremony in the East Room of the White House commemorating African-American History Month, February 12, 2008.)

mv ben said...

This is slightly off the topic, but where was Robert Holden, the JPCA, and Tony Nunziato (Chair of the Maspeth-Middle Village Task Force) when they were putting the cell towers on top of the Crifasi Building? Isn’t the Crifasi building only 1 block away from a school, PS 87?

I see that Crifasi is a big supporter of JPCA – can it be that money buys their support and more importantly their silents?

Where was the big protest like this one, “The Juniper Park Civic Association is encouraging residents of Maspeth and Middle Village to testify against a proposed 25-foot cell phone tower to be erected atop 53-20 72nd Place in Maspeth” when this was being done to our children at PS 87, and more importantly where is Robert Holden, the JPCA, and Tony Nunziato (Chair of the Maspeth-Middle Village Task Force) NOW?

Or could it be that they are making all this noise because Tony wants to run for NYS Assembly??

Anonymous said...

I have a better question. Where was Dennis Gallagher? His office is a block away for Christ sakes!

Anonymous said...

Let's face it. This money never existed. You know it, I know it, and Dennis Gallagher sure as hell knows it. It will all come out in the wash. Along with a lot of other things...

Anonymous said...

Just found out something interesting about Tony Nunziato. I hear his is running for assembly against Marge Markey on the Republican ticket with the endorsement of Queens County Rep. Party. I know he was not endorsed by all. I wonder if they know "Two Faced Tulips" is supporting the Democratic machine. He has donated to Joe Crowley's campaigns. See NEWSMEAT.COM. It shows all Joe's contributors, Tony is one of them. You have to wonder whos running the show at Queens County Rep. Party. How can you support a candiate who donates to the Democratic Party chair?