Very confused, you call for CB3 transparency but refuse to be transparent about who the so-called " Clean Up CB3 Community Commission" is? Do you have proof for any of the claims you're making? NYC has a lot of problems, maybe you should focus on advocating to bodies that have actual power, like the city council and the mayor.... read the city charter and CB3 by-laws if you want to understand what community boards do... Also Elizabeth Cady Stanton was a known racist, so, this is a website clearly made by white people for white people "[Stanton] didn't just stand on the moral high ground. She also descended to some rather ugly racist rhetoric along the lines of, 'We educated, virtuous white women are more worthy of the vote.' ... She talked about how much worse black men would be as voters than the white women about whom she was concerned, and she was really quite dismissive of black women's claims. ... https://www.npr.org/2011/07/13/137681070/for-stanton-all-women-were-not-created-equal
Disappointed in the fact that it's taken so many years for anyone to try to shine a light on this festering issue. Those of us who live in CB3 marvel in awe when we hear about other Manhattan CBs supporting resident's interests and operating in a transparent and ethical way.