The Poulakakos team explains to the judge why they deserve to be open until 4:00 AM

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5 Responses to The Poulakakos team explains to the judge why they deserve to be open until 4:00 AM

  1. Marya Triandafellos says:

    OMG these two guys really are blabbering!! What a bunch of bs.

  2. Carolina says:

    Last Sunday on the esplanade was crazy. After being cooped up all winter, we ventured onto the esplanade to sit, drink some coffee and enjoy the sun and boats passing by… Some needed relaxation..

    Ha!.

    Well after 10,000 people walking for 3 various causes swarmed towards us we quickly sat on a bench in front of merchants…..and at that moment, a cannonball went off nearly breaking my husbands eardrums….100 people came swarming at our bench to watch the boat race…..

    Pay rent all year to enjoy the esplanade for 3 months and it’s become a theme park

  3. BPCResident says:

    Stellar bullsh*t! They justify the 4:00 AM license because they say their 4:00 AM license will give local hospital workers (nursers, doctors , etc. ) to get a bite to eat at odd hours. Are these idiots from the planet earth?

    What nurse or doctor living in BPC, dead on his /her feat and heading home at 3:00 AM is gonna trudge to Pier A for a late night snack?? Please. Explain that to me , Poulakakos shyster.

    Just for this, just for this comment alone by this charlatan, I will fight this piece of garbage Pier A development to the end. If this comment does not wake residents up to the reality of the situation, I don’t know what will.

    Sorry editor. I’m angry on this topic.

  4. BPCResident says:

    Editor,

    God. So angry I forgot to thank you for the video and all you do.

    Don’t know how you keep your heart rate below the red zone during these meetings.

    Thanks.

  5. Editor says:

    To BPCResident, please send an email to that effect to the SLA Chairman Dennis Rosen

    Dennis Rosen
    Commissioner of The New York State Liquor Authority
    317 Lenox Avenue
    New York, NY 10027
    (518) 474-3114
    dennis.rosen@sla.ny.gov

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