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2020.08.18 04:21 Sageburner712 Every historical event mentioned in Video 1 (1961-62)

Clip 1: Chet Huntley, NBC News anchor gives a report on the following:
-Algiers Putch of 1961: Beginning 21 April 1961, Several French generals attempted a coup to force President Charles DeGaulle to reverse any sovereignty given to French Algeria. It should be noted that part of the resolution to this would be DeGaulle giving a persuasive speech on TV asking the French people for their support.
-Laotian Civil War:
--On roughly the same day (22 April Lao time, 21 April French/ Algerian time) Lao Government troops were driven from a stronghold at the Plain of Jars. Part of their defeat was due to a suspension of covert US air support (Project HOTFOOT) caused by the failure of the Bay of Pigs. On this day, a special forces team was overrun attempting to prevent communist forces from taking a strategic junction. After this, tactics were changed to CIA and Special Forces (Green Beret) training of local forces.
2: Kennedy (Speech dated 6 Oct 1960) states on the campaign trail his belief that "In the 1960s, the United States can once again capture the imagination of the world." Two notes: This is slightly outside the timeframe designated by the tape label, and the idea of "capturing the imagination" may relate to mind control themes mentioned in other analyses and clips.
3: Snowstorm in Chicago. Possibly April 1961, at roughly the same time as the events mentioned in clip 1. If so, this snowfall was the largest in Chicago's history so late in the year. San Francisco snowfall mentioned immediately after is likely from Jan 62, though the brief separation of the clips makes it unclear whether these are the same or different newsreels. Note the narrator makes mention of the children being confused at first, but "soon they learn what to do."
4: Kennedy Inauguration 20 Jan 61. One of his most famous speeches, inspired James Meredith (see below)
-Also clips of Nixon and Carter inaugs so far. Distortion on "So help me God."
5: British PM speaks with JFK about Laos
-March 61. Policy differences regarding prosecution of Lao Civil War. UK risked getting dragged into the escalation of the war due to PMs willingness to continue involvement.
6: Soviet minister is asked about Lao ceasefire. Says he cannot comment. If anyone knows who this is or what the date or other circumstances are, please let me know.
7: Paris fashions. "Where Paris goes, the world follows"
8: Construction of Berlin Wall 13 Aug 61
9, 10: Berlin Crisis, 4 Jun- 9 Nov 61
11: Cuban military parade and demands regarding Guantanamo Bay, 1 Jan 61
12: JFK Man on Moon speech, 25 May 61
13: Bay of Pigs prep. B-26 is loaded. See reference on Clip 1 regarding effect on Project HOTFOOT in Laos.
14: Bay of Pigs, US involvement is exposed
15: Bay of Pigs, US Ambassador Adlai Stevenson denies US involvement
16: Jackie Kennedy speaks to BoP volunteers
17: BoP- diplomatic fallout
18: Vostok 1 flight 12 Apr 61
19: Freedom 7 flight 5 May 61
20: Freedom 7 recovery
21: Albany Movement- MLK involvement began 15 Dec 61. I could not easily place the specific date of this report.
22: Tsar Bomba test 30 Oct 61
23: James Meredith, inspired by JFK Inaug speech (rf. Clip 4), attempts to register at Ole Miss. Wanted to pressure JFK into more civil rights support. Estimated newsreel date 20 Sept 61.
24: Riots at Ole Miss in response. 29 Sept 61
25: Edwin Walker is arrested with other segregationist rioters. If I had to put money on one clip being underlooked in this video, it's this one. Walker was absolutely batshit, a segregationist who had commanded federal troops at Little Rock and later expressed his regret during this incident at Ole Miss. Called Harry Truman and Eleanor Roosevelt "Pink" (Communist). Violated Hatch act by attempting to influence the voting preferences of his troops. Forced to resign by JFK. Target of attempted assassination by Lee Harvey Oswald only a few months before JFK assassination. I'd put money on this guy being an antagonist.
26: James Meredith interview.
27: Congo Crisis. Could not put a date. Possibly Late November of 60 or 61- though the politician referenced at the start of the clip, Patrice Lumumba, was murdered 17 Jan 61. Possibly therefore outside of claimed scope of video.
28: Vienna Summit. 4 Jun 61. Berlin crisis, Lao Civil War, and BoP all discussed. JFK felt humiliated by discussion and thought he needed to draw a "line in the sand" against communism- that line being drawn in Vietnam.
29: Eleanor Roosevelt funeral. 10 Nov 62. Upstate New York. I'll mention here that even though it isn't mentioned anywhere in this video, and it's not very close to any mentioned locations within New York State, the apocryphal mind- control experiments done at Montauk Island, NY in the early Cold War may show up. If they don't, that'll be a pretty boneheaded whiff by the CoD team, I think.
30: "We choose to go to the moon" speech. 12 Sept 62.
31: Honest John missile clip. Honest John was the first US nuclear- armed Surface- to- surface missile. Also available with poison gas warheads.
32: Kennedy tour of Redstone Arsenal. 11 Sept 62.
33: "Flash Crash" of Dec 61- Jun 62. Investors were reassured after public statements by business leaders, but stocks would not fully recover and stabilize til after Cuban Missile Crisis.
34: Chang Kai- Shek celebrates 50th anniversary of 1911 Chinese Revolution. Likely 10 Oct 61.
35: Kruschev speech. Possibly outside of stated timeframe at December 1960?
36: Castro declares himself a communist. 2 Dec 61.
37: Cuban Missile Crisis. Kennedy informs the nation. 22 Oct 62.
38: Chet Huntley again. I suspect the same day's report as in Clip 1. Can a democracy effectively conduct subversive warfare?
39: Tv bit about fashion again. Another upstate NY location (Forest Garden). I suspect advertising will have some role in the mind- control part of the plot (which makes the Mountain Dew advert inclusions very heeky)
40: Trafalgar Square (London) demonstrations against blockade of Cuba. Late Oct 62.
41: Bay of Pigs reference. Possibly Pre- invasion, though it could be during CMC and preparations for expected invasion, which did not materialize.
42: Chinese invasion of India. 20 Oct- 21 Nov 62. Occurred during CMC. Fighting was in the winter in the Himalayas, so I expect this is where those mountains we're seeing in promo images are. Expect a level here.
43: Clip about reenforcement of Guantanamo Bay, likely during BoP or CMC.
44: Adlai Stevenson at UN Security Council meeting during CMC.
45: Centenary of President Lincoln's Inaug. Technically the fourth presidential Inauguration we have a reference to over the as- yet released clips. Roughly 4 Mar 61.
46: Message from JFK to Kruschev, likely after CMC but possibly after Berlin Crisis.
47: Likely the same clip as Clip 44.
48: Resolution of CMC.
49: Helicopters used for training in Vietnam. We're getting a heli mission, I bet.
50: JFK visits Vandenberg AFB in California. 23 Mar 62.
END CLIPS
The 1968- 69 video has been handed off to my erstwhile partner in this unnecessary endeavour, u/Citizen_Montag. God have mercy on him. I'm going to start on 72-73 now. Hope this all helps, especially with u/LunarRepub1c's side of things. Let me know if there's anything else you all noticed or have thoughts on!
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2020.08.07 04:59 lonestarroad What we do know about Ghislaine Maxwell

She learned to blackmail people with political power from her father long before she moved to the US https://theneedleblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/09/blackmail-the-maxwells-harvey-proctor-and-the-marquis-of-granby/
1991 GM moves to NY and her first apt. is listed as 265 E. 65th St. which just happens to be Trump Tower.
1992 GM gets her ss#
1993 - 2000. The following addresses for her are all Epsteins: 125 Lake Paula Dr. in West Palm Beach (same address as Epstein's mother Paula and brother Mark), the Zorro Ranch in NM, St. James Island, 71st St NY, El Brillo Way in Fl, and 301 E. 66th St where Epstein used to put up the girls. The 66th St. apts. are owned by Ossa Properties which is Jeffrey's brother Mark. Ossa owned about 500 apartments in 1993. Mark's own finances have always been a mystery. This is where the former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak was seen visiting the building and Jean Luc Brunel had an apt. https://www.businessinsider.com/the-nyc-building-at-the-center-of-jeffrey-epsteins-web-2019-8
1995 - 2003 She shows another address of 25 Alden Av Yonkers, NY 10710
2000 GM bought her townhome at 116 E 65th St in NY from Lynn De Rothschild for approx 5M
Her jobs show Founder at TerraMar, President at Ellmax, and NA Property which is the New Albany Project with Epstein and Les Wexner.
2007 GM shows an address of 55 Teaneck New Jersey the same address of Dana Burns
In 2007 The Max Foundation shows up c/o Delson & Assoc. (Accounting Firm) and Dana Burns is one of the trustees. In 2017 it's interesting to note it shows a change to a business advisory firm DGC in Boston when she was seeing Scott Borgerson. https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/display_990/656194566/2003_11_PF%2F65-6194566_990PF_200306
Dana Burns came from Marion, Ohio where she lived with her parents https://voterrecords.com/street/pole+lane+rd-marion-oh/13 and went to school. https://twitter.com/Agenthades1/status/1227719860295102464/photo/2 I think Epstein and Maxwell probably recruited her from there. She ended up moving to NY and lived in the infamous apartment building on 66th St. She also shows an address of 55 Teaneck, NJ which is interesting because Dana, GM, and Epstein appear on the flights logs together going to New Jersey quite often. It appears, from what I can tell, Dana Burns left the Epstein/Maxwell orbit by 2018, has since got married to Josh Perry who works in construction and they live in Mi. http://www.americanbridge.net/wp-content/uploads/ABConnections_Fall17_1007-Web.pdf
3/1/09 - 12/7/11 GM shows an address of 16 Island Ave 7D, Miami Beach, Fl 33139.
12/15/10 GM started Ellmax LLC in the US with she and Dana Burns listed as agents and then changed it to CT CORPORATION SYSTEM as agent in 2016 which is just a corp that acts as registered agents. It dissolved 10/03/17 https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_fl/L10000128558
In 2011 GM shows an address at 1000 Venetian Way, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
On 12/6/12 GM files for Ellmax Enterprise Limited showing the address: Orchard End, Fittleton, Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK SR49QA https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08321238/filing-history It never did any business in the UK and was dissolved on 2/18/20 and it's last address listed as W4 2NW Airedale Av London W4 2NW which is The Hogarth Group is a group of companies operating principally in the health, leisure and construction markets.
2012 GM sets up TerraMar Project Inc out of Delaware and lists the 66th st address. and dissolved in 2019 https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/organizations/455091884
In August 2013 GM starts Terramar in the UK with Vaughan Edwards and Lucy Clive, an ‘art director’ who is also the girlfriend of Ghislaine’s brother, Kevin Maxwell as directors. https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08661523
It's the same address as Ellmax which is a 5 bdr 2 ba hom. Vaughan and Catherine Mary Emma along with Simon Alexander start their own Corp as well on 10/7/14 called Orchard Partners Search Limited and is listed as Human Capitol Consultancy. They were audited in 2017. It was dissolved 6/11/19 https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/09251609/officers
In the UK, GM also has a directorship of Jemma Kidd Make Up Limited, a beauty firm run by the socialite and sister of supermodel Jodie, which went into administration in 2012 with debts of £2 million.
May of 2016 Maxwell sells the 65th St townhome for 15M+ https://ny.curbed.com/2015/4/13/9971052/ues-townhouse-of-alleged-madam-on-the-market-for-19m
9/15/16 GM and Scott Borgerson purchased a property under the name of Tidewood LLC and kept it anonymous by only listing a registered agent Adam Ghander who is an attorney at Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP in Boston that specializes in estate planning, trusts, real estate for high profile individuals. https://www.bizapedia.com/ma/tidewood-llc.html
9/15/16 The Angara Trust was set up at the same time for the house with Scott, GM's sister Christine, and attorney Jeffrey Roberts (also at Nutter.) This was to keep Ghislaine's share out of her name but still keep control of it through her sister.
6/7/18 The Angara Trust purchased a 3+2 condo at 27 Chestnut St Unit 3A in Boston for 1.2M and on 9/10/18 transferred it to John McBrine, another partner at Nutter. https://imgur.com/D768lGj My best guess, but it's just conjecture, is that this was Scott's condo where Ghislaine was living with him before they bought the Manchester by the Sea home.
Also worth noting after GM sold her NY Townhouse for 15M Borgerson got backing from Israel's richest billionaire, along with other billionaires and Google's former CEO Eric Schmidt https://www.ft.com/content/2d7580ee-29d2-11e6-8b18-91555f2f4fde
On 11/18/19 GM formed another LLC called Granite Reality with Roberts as the only registered agent and 2 wks later on Dec. 13, 2020 that LLC purchased the New Hampshire property for 1M+ https://www.the-sun.com/news/1077510/ghislaine-maxwells-luxury-hideout-company-linked-alleged-lover-scott-borgerson/
Her father Robert Maxwell: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Maxwell
Her brothers Ian and Kevin Maxwell started a company in the UK called CoJit combating jihadist terrorism https://www.cojit.org/
Her sister Christine Maxwell started Chiliad Inc which worked with our DOJ and her husband is Roger Malina who works for NASA. Here is more on Christine http://www.icdri.org/CMX.htm
Her sister Isabel Maxwell https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabel_Maxwell works with Christine. Her 2nd husband Al Sekel worked with intelligence and is believed to possibly have faked his own death. He was found dead at the bottom of a cliff in France. Before that she was married to Carl Djerassi and had a son Alexander. “Alexander Djerassi was a nonresident associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where his research focused on Tunisia and U.S. foreign policy toward the Middle East and North Africa. From 2009 to 2012, Djerassi was chief of staff and special assistant in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, covering U.S. relations with Arab states, Israel, and Iran. He worked on matters relating to democratization and civil society in the Arab world, the Arab uprisings, and Israeli-Palestinian peace. Djerassi has served as a U.S. representative to the Friends of Libya conferences, Friends of the Syrian People conferences, U.S.-GCC Strategic Coordination Forum, and several UN General Assemblies.” https://nationalfile.com/ghislaine-maxwells-nephew-son-of-blasphemous-artist-worked-for-hillarys-state-department/
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2020.08.07 04:57 lonestarroad What we do know about Ghislaine Maxwell

She learned to blackmail people with political power from her father long before she moved to the US https://theneedleblog.wordpress.com/2015/01/09/blackmail-the-maxwells-harvey-proctor-and-the-marquis-of-granby/
1991 GM moves to NY and her first apt. is listed as 265 E. 65th St. which just happens to be Trump Tower.
1992 GM gets her ss#
1993 - 2000. The following addresses for her are all Epsteins: 125 Lake Paula Dr. in West Palm Beach (same address as Epstein's mother Paula and brother Mark), the Zorro Ranch in NM, St. James Island, 71st St NY, El Brillo Way in Fl, and 301 E. 66th St where Epstein used to put up the girls. The 66th St. apts. are owned by Ossa Properties which is Jeffrey's brother Mark. Ossa owned about 500 apartments in 1993. Mark's own finances have always been a mystery. This is where the former Israeli Prime Minister Ehud Barak was seen visiting the building and Jean Luc Brunel had an apt. https://www.businessinsider.com/the-nyc-building-at-the-center-of-jeffrey-epsteins-web-2019-8
1995 - 2003 She shows another address of 25 Alden Av Yonkers, NY 10710
2000 GM bought her townhome at 116 E 65th St in NY from Lynn De Rothschild for approx 5M
Her jobs show Founder at TerraMar, President at Ellmax, and NA Property which is the New Albany Project with Epstein and Les Wexner.
2007 GM shows an address of 55 Teaneck New Jersey the same address of Dana Burns
In 2007 The Max Foundation shows up c/o Delson & Assoc. (Accounting Firm) and Dana Burns is one of the trustees. In 2017 it's interesting to note it shows a change to a business advisory firm DGC in Boston when she was seeing Scott Borgerson. https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/display_990/656194566/2003_11_PF%2F65-6194566_990PF_200306
Dana Burns came from Marion, Ohio where she lived with her parents https://voterrecords.com/street/pole+lane+rd-marion-oh/13 and went to school. https://twitter.com/Agenthades1/status/1227719860295102464/photo/2 I think Epstein and Maxwell probably recruited her from there. She ended up moving to NY and lived in the infamous apartment building on 66th St. She also shows an address of 55 Teaneck, NJ which is interesting because Dana, GM, and Epstein appear on the flights logs together going to New Jersey quite often. It appears, from what I can tell, Dana Burns left the Epstein/Maxwell orbit by 2018, has since got married to Josh Perry who works in construction and they live in Mi. http://www.americanbridge.net/wp-content/uploads/ABConnections_Fall17_1007-Web.pdf
3/1/09 - 12/7/11 GM shows an address of 16 Island Ave 7D, Miami Beach, Fl 33139.
12/15/10 GM started Ellmax LLC in the US with she and Dana Burns listed as agents and then changed it to CT CORPORATION SYSTEM as agent in 2016 which is just a corp that acts as registered agents. It dissolved 10/03/17 https://opencorporates.com/companies/us_fl/L10000128558
In 2011 GM shows an address at 1000 Venetian Way, Miami Beach, FL 33139.
On 12/6/12 GM files for Ellmax Enterprise Limited showing the address: Orchard End, Fittleton, Salisbury, Wiltshire. UK SR49QA https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08321238/filing-history It never did any business in the UK and was dissolved on 2/18/20 and it's last address listed as W4 2NW Airedale Av London W4 2NW which is The Hogarth Group is a group of companies operating principally in the health, leisure and construction markets.
2012 GM sets up TerraMar Project Inc out of Delaware and lists the 66th st address. and dissolved in 2019 https://projects.propublica.org/nonprofits/organizations/455091884
In August 2013 GM starts Terramar in the UK with Vaughan Edwards and Lucy Clive, an ‘art director’ who is also the girlfriend of Ghislaine’s brother, Kevin Maxwell as directors. https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/08661523
It's the same address as Ellmax which is a 5 bdr 2 ba hom. Vaughan and Catherine Mary Emma along with Simon Alexander start their own Corp as well on 10/7/14 called Orchard Partners Search Limited and is listed as Human Capitol Consultancy. They were audited in 2017. It was dissolved 6/11/19 https://beta.companieshouse.gov.uk/company/09251609/officers
In the UK, GM also has a directorship of Jemma Kidd Make Up Limited, a beauty firm run by the socialite and sister of supermodel Jodie, which went into administration in 2012 with debts of £2 million.
May of 2016 Maxwell sells the 65th St townhome for 15M+ https://ny.curbed.com/2015/4/13/9971052/ues-townhouse-of-alleged-madam-on-the-market-for-19m
9/15/16 GM and Scott Borgerson purchased a property under the name of Tidewood LLC and kept it anonymous by only listing a registered agent Adam Ghander who is an attorney at Nutter McClennen & Fish LLP in Boston that specializes in estate planning, trusts, real estate for high profile individuals. https://www.bizapedia.com/ma/tidewood-llc.html
9/15/16 The Angara Trust was set up at the same time for the house with Scott, GM's sister Christine, and attorney Jeffrey Roberts (also at Nutter.) This was to keep Ghislaine's share out of her name but still keep control of it through her sister.
6/7/18 The Angara Trust purchased a 3+2 condo at 27 Chestnut St Unit 3A in Boston for 1.2M and on 9/10/18 transferred it to John McBrine, another partner at Nutter. https://imgur.com/D768lGj My best guess, but it's just conjecture, is that this was Scott's condo where Ghislaine was living with him before they bought the Manchester by the Sea home.
Also worth noting after GM sold her NY Townhouse for 15M Borgerson got backing from Israel's richest billionaire, along with other billionaires and Google's former CEO Eric Schmidt https://www.ft.com/content/2d7580ee-29d2-11e6-8b18-91555f2f4fde
On 11/18/19 GM formed another LLC called Granite Reality with Roberts as the only registered agent and 2 wks later on Dec. 13, 2020 that LLC purchased the New Hampshire property for 1M+ https://www.the-sun.com/news/1077510/ghislaine-maxwells-luxury-hideout-company-linked-alleged-lover-scott-borgerson/
Her father Robert Maxwell: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Robert_Maxwell
Her brothers Ian and Kevin Maxwell started a company in the UK called CoJit combating jihadist terrorism https://www.cojit.org/
Her sister Christine Maxwell started Chiliad Inc which worked with our DOJ and her husband is Roger Malina who works for NASA. Here is more on Christine http://www.icdri.org/CMX.htm
Her sister Isabel Maxwell https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Isabel_Maxwell works with Christine. Her 2nd husband Al Sekel worked with intelligence and is believed to possibly have faked his own death. He was found dead at the bottom of a cliff in France. Before that she was married to Carl Djerassi and had a son Alexander “Alexander Djerassi was a nonresident associate at the Carnegie Endowment for International Peace, where his research focused on Tunisia and U.S. foreign policy toward the Middle East and North Africa. From 2009 to 2012, Djerassi was chief of staff and special assistant in the U.S. Department of State’s Bureau of Near Eastern Affairs, covering U.S. relations with Arab states, Israel, and Iran. He worked on matters relating to democratization and civil society in the Arab world, the Arab uprisings, and Israeli-Palestinian peace. Djerassi has served as a U.S. representative to the Friends of Libya conferences, Friends of the Syrian People conferences, U.S.-GCC Strategic Coordination Forum, and several UN General Assemblies.” https://nationalfile.com/ghislaine-maxwells-nephew-son-of-blasphemous-artist-worked-for-hillarys-state-department/
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2020.07.14 23:23 redjonley Looking for a print shop that can handle fulfillment.

Hey guys, my area (Albany NY) doesn't have much in the way of good shops and the one that is good must have too much work because they've been really bad about helping me get this set up. My partner has a clothing brand, I'm looking to add some screenprint shirts and totes to the lineup.
I need someone that can help me touch up a logo that I have files for and print 10inch single color designs on a Bella Canvas Heathered shirt, along with tote bags.
If one of you guys would like my business send me a PM! We already have a few shirts ordered from pre-sale and since our first choice is so behind the ball I'm really needing to get them out.
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2020.07.10 04:01 chaoism International student forming an LLC so she can use her opt for it

This is kind of a niche issue and I hope I'm in the right place for asking this question.....if not, could you point me to the right place before deleting this?
My partner just graduated from grad school and she wants to form an LLC to use her OPT. We live in New York right now but don't intend to stay here long term. She has consulted with different immegration attornies and CPAs to see what makes the most sense. Right now we are getting 2 voices:
1) she can form the single member LLC in another state (we are targeting California) and register a business license in new york. For tax, she only needs to pay income tax (federal and New York state) and LLC tax for California. To register biz license, she only needs to go to the corresponding place in our city. Then everything is good
2) another person said she needs to do some publishing on newspaper in order to form LLC. This person recommends doing it in Albany, NY and said she has to register the LLC in New York state instead of California in order to do the publishing. She then has to register business in both states (California as foreign LLC) and pay for fees in both states
It seems to us that the information is a little conflicting. One says we can register in California and register business license in the city here in New York. The other says we can't because we need to publish on local newspaper. One says we only need to pay income tax for the state we operate and LLC tax for the state we register. The other says we HAVE to do the LLC in the state we live in. I'm confused. Which is which? Who is right? What are we supposed to do to achieve our goal?
Edit: 1 is from a CPA and 2 is from an attorney
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2020.07.08 18:25 ReaverDrop List of Albany, NY businesses that got a PPP loan of >$150k

Data from here:
https://home.treasury.gov/policy-issues/cares-act/assistance-for-small-businesses/sba-paycheck-protection-program-loan-level-data

LoanRange BusinessName
a $5-10 million "EYP, INC."
a $5-10 million HOMESTEAD FUNDING CORP.
a $5-10 million "JANITRONICS, INC."
a $5-10 million "ORTHOPEDICSNY,LLP"
a $5-10 million PARSONS CHILD AND FAMILY CENTER
b $2-5 million ALBANY LAW SCHOOL OF UNION UNIVERSITY
b $2-5 million "ANESTHESIA GROUP OF ALBANY, P.C"
b $2-5 million "ANS ADVANCED NETWORK SERVICES, LLC"
b $2-5 million "ATTENTIVE CARE OF ALBANY, INC."
b $2-5 million "BBL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC"
b $2-5 million "BBL-CARLTON, LLC"
b $2-5 million "CAPITAL CARDIOLOGY ASSOCIATES, PC"
b $2-5 million CAPITAL REGION ORTHOPEDIC ASSOCIATES PC
b $2-5 million "CRISAFULLI BROS. PLUMBING AND HEATING CONTRACTORS, INC."
b $2-5 million "DAUGHTERS OF SARAH NURSING CENTER, INC."
b $2-5 million DELMAR AUTO PLAZA LTD
b $2-5 million "DENOOYER CHEVROLET, INC."
b $2-5 million "DEPAULA CHEVROLET, INC."
b $2-5 million EMPIRE EDUCATION CORPORATION
b $2-5 million "GORMAN BROS., INC."
b $2-5 million JAMES H. MALOY INC.
b $2-5 million "KNOWLEDGE BUILDERS, INC."
b $2-5 million LASALLE SCHOOL
b $2-5 million "NEW YORK ONCOLOGY HEMATOLOGY, P.C."
b $2-5 million "NORTHEAST PARENT AND CHILD SOCIETY, INC."
b $2-5 million SAINT ANNE INSTITUTE
b $2-5 million "SRI FIRE SPRINKLER, LLC"
b $2-5 million ST. CATHERINE'S CENTER FOR CHILDREN
b $2-5 million "STEIN FIBERS, LTD."
b $2-5 million "TERESIAN HOUSE NURSING HOME CO., INC."
b $2-5 million WHITNEY M YOUNG JR. HEALTH CARE INC
c $1-2 million "A.E. ROSEN ELECTRICAL CO., INC."
c $1-2 million "A.O.W. ASSOCIATES, INC."
c $1-2 million "ADVANCED THERAPY, P.T, O.T., S.L.P., PLLC"
c $1-2 million AFP 107 CORP.
c $1-2 million ALBANY COMMUNITY CHARTER SCHOOL
c $1-2 million "ALBANY COUNTY OPPORTUNITY, INCORPORATED"
c $1-2 million "ALBANY ENT & ALLERGY SERVICES, P.C."
c $1-2 million "ALBANY GASTROENTEROLOGY CONSULTANTS, PLLC"
c $1-2 million AM CONTRACTING LLC
c $1-2 million AUDIO VIDEO CORP.
c $1-2 million "BELVEDERE HEALTH SERVICES, LLC"
c $1-2 million "BLASCH PRECISION CERAMICS, INC."
c $1-2 million "BST & CO. CPAS, LLP"
c $1-2 million "C. L. KING & ASSOCIATES, INC."
c $1-2 million CAPITAL REGION AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER LLC
c $1-2 million "COLLINS & SCOVILLE ARCHITECTURE, ENGINEERING, CONSTRUCTION MANAGEMENT, D.P.C."
c $1-2 million "COUCH WHITE, LLP"
c $1-2 million "CREIGHTON MANNING ENGINEERING, LLP"
c $1-2 million CUC MANAGEMENT INC.
c $1-2 million "DAVIES OFFICE REFURBISHING, INC."
c $1-2 million DEPAULA FORD LLC
c $1-2 million DESTINATION 770 AUTO INC.
c $1-2 million FIRST COLONIE COMPANY LIMITED PARTNERSHIP
c $1-2 million "GENESYS CONSULTING SERVICES, INC."
c $1-2 million "GOLDSTEIN MOTORS, INC."
c $1-2 million HESLIN ROTHENBERG FARLEY & MESITI P.C.
c $1-2 million "HINMAN STRAUB, P.C."
c $1-2 million "HONEST WEIGHT FOOD COOPERATIVE, INC."
c $1-2 million "HOPE HOUSE, INC."
c $1-2 million INFOED INTERNATIONAL INC
c $1-2 million KIPP TECH VALLEY CHARTER SCHOOL
c $1-2 million "LEGAL AID SOCIETY OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK, INC."
c $1-2 million "MAIN BROTHERS OIL COMPANY, INC."
c $1-2 million MARIA COLLEGE OF ALBANY
c $1-2 million "MCD METALS, LLC"
c $1-2 million MTX GROUP INC
c $1-2 million "NEW YORK STATE INDUSTRIES FOR THE DISABLED, INC"
c $1-2 million "NORTHERN RIVERS FAMILY SERVICES, INC."
c $1-2 million "O'CONNELL AND ARONOWITZ, P.C."
c $1-2 million "PETER LUIZZI & BROS. CONTRACTING, INC."
c $1-2 million PICOTTE MANAGEMENT COMPANY INC
c $1-2 million "PURSHE KAPLAN STERLING INVESTMENTS, INC."
c $1-2 million REENERGY RECYCLING OPERATIONS LLC
c $1-2 million "REJHA GROUP, LLC"
c $1-2 million "REPEAT BUSINESS SYSTEMS, INC"
c $1-2 million TAFT FURNITURE WAREHOUSE & SHOWROOM LTD
c $1-2 million "TEAL, BECKER & CHIARAMONTE, CPA'S, P.C."
c $1-2 million THE ALBANY ACADEMIES
c $1-2 million TULLY RINCKEY P.L.L.C.
c $1-2 million VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION OF ALBANY HOME CARE CORP.
c $1-2 million "VISITING NURSE ASSOCIATION OF ALBANY, INC."
c $1-2 million WHITEMAN OSTERMAN & HANNA LLP
"d $350,000-1 million" "144 STATE HOSPITALITY, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "677TABLE, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" AAA HUDSON VALLEY
"d $350,000-1 million" "ABELE TRACTOR & EQUIPMENT CO., INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" ACADEMY OF THE HOLY NAMES ALBANY NY
"d $350,000-1 million" ADDICTIONS CARE CENTER OF ALBANY INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "ADIRONDACK CABLING, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "ADIRONDACK ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "ADIRONDACK ORAL & MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY, PC"
"d $350,000-1 million" ADVANTAGE SUZUKI LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "AIDS COUNCIL OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" AKTOR CORPORATION
"d $350,000-1 million" ALAN BUICK INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "ALBANY ADVANCED IMAGING, P.L.L.C."
"d $350,000-1 million" ALBANY BRACES
"d $350,000-1 million" "ALBANY ELEVATOR, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "ALBANY EYE ASSOCIATES - PHYSICIANS & SURGEONS, P.C."
"d $350,000-1 million" ALBANY JEWISH COMMUNITY CENTER
"d $350,000-1 million" ALBANY LEADERSHIP CHARTER HIGH SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
"d $350,000-1 million" ALBANY MANAGEMENT INC
"d $350,000-1 million" ALBANY OBSTETRICS & GYNECOLOGY
"d $350,000-1 million" ALVION GROUP
"d $350,000-1 million" "AMERICAN BOILER, TANK & WELDING CO., INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "ANSWERPHONE SERVICES OF ELMIRA, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "B.B.A., INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "BBL CARLTON CHARLESTON HOUSE, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "BBL HOSPITALITY, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "BBL MANAGEMENT GROUP, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "BENNETT CONTRACTING II, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "BEST FIRE, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "BRIGAR X-PRESS SOLUTIONS, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" BRIGHTER CHOICE CHARTER SCHOOL FOR BOYS
"d $350,000-1 million" BRIGHTER CHOICE CHARTER SCHOOL FOR GIRLS
"d $350,000-1 million" "BRIGHTSIDE UP, INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" BUILDERS KITCHEN INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "BURKE, SCOLAMIERO & HURD, LLP"
"d $350,000-1 million" C AND D DISTRIBUTORS INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "CAPITAL CONSTRUCTION SERVICES OF NY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "CAPITAL DISTRICT RENAL PHYSICIANS, PC"
"d $350,000-1 million" CAPITAL DISTRICT WOMEN'S BAR ASSOCIATION
"d $350,000-1 million" "CAPITOL DISTRICT SUPPLY CO., INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" CAPITOL HILL MANAGEMENT SERVICES
"d $350,000-1 million" "CATHOLIC CEMETERIES OF THE ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF ALBANY, NEW YORK"
"d $350,000-1 million" CATHOLIC CENTRAL HIGH SCHOOL OF TROY
"d $350,000-1 million" "CENTROTHERM ECO SYSTEMS, LLC-SBA SMALL 7A TERM"
"d $350,000-1 million" "CERTIFIED ALLERGY CONSULTANTS, P.C."
"d $350,000-1 million" "CHRIS' COFFEE SERVICE, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" CLASSIC HARBOR LINE LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "CLEAR VIEW BAG COMPANY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "COLONIE MECHANICAL CONTRACTORS, INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "COMMERCIAL CAPITAL TRAINING GROUP, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "COMPANIES OF J.J. YOUNG, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "COMPLETE NETWORK SUPPORT, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" COMPLEXIONS INC.
"d $350,000-1 million" "COMPUTER TECHNOLOGY SERVICES, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" CONSTANTINE CONSTRUCTION & FARM INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "CONSUMER DIRECTED CHOICES, INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "CONTRACTORS' SALES COMPANY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" CONTROL NETWORK COMMUNICATIONS INC
"d $350,000-1 million" COOPER ERVING & SAVAGE LLP
"d $350,000-1 million" CREATIVE MATERIALS CORPORATION
"d $350,000-1 million" DATA NETWORK MARKETING INC
"d $350,000-1 million" DAWN HOMES MANAGEMENT LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "DELAWARE ENGINEERING, DPC"
"d $350,000-1 million" DJB INTERNATIONAL LTD
"d $350,000-1 million" "DRAPER DEVELOPMENT, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "E. W. TOMPKINS CO., INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" EARLY CHILDHOOD EDUCATION CENTER
"d $350,000-1 million" ECKERT MECHANICAL LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" ENS HEALTH CARE MANAGEMENT LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "EQUINOX, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "ERIE MATERIALS/ALBANY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" ETTINGER LAW FIRM
"d $350,000-1 million" "EXECUTIVE WOODS AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "FAMILIES TOGETHER IN NEW YORK STATE, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" FAMILY DANZ HEATING & COOLING LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "FAMILY DANZ MECHANICAL, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "FORT ORANGE PRESS, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "FOUNDATION FOR QUALITY CARE, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "FUSCO PERSONNEL, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" GEHC HOLDINGS CORP.
"d $350,000-1 million" "GEROME TECHNOLOGIES, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "GIRL SCOUTS OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "GIRVIN & FERLAZZO, P.C."
"d $350,000-1 million" "GLEASON, DUNN, WALSH & O'SHEA, PC"
"d $350,000-1 million" GREEN TECH HIGH CHARTER SCHOOL
"d $350,000-1 million" H L GAGE SALES INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "HIXNY SERVICES, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" HOFFMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP.
"d $350,000-1 million" "HOFFMAN WARNICK, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "INNOSOUL, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "INSTANT BATH, INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" INTERFAITH PARTNERSHIP FOR THE HOMELESS
"d $350,000-1 million" "J.J. CURRAN & SON, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" J.T. BURNS MANAGEMENT CORP.
"d $350,000-1 million" "JAYCENORM, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" JNJC INC.
"d $350,000-1 million" JOHN KEAL MUSIC CO.
"d $350,000-1 million" "KASSELMAN SOLAR, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "KRACKELER SCIENTIFIC, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "LABERGE ENGINEERING & CONSULTING GROUP, LTD"
"d $350,000-1 million" "LANIE'S OF LOUDONVILLE, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "LAW FIRM OF ALEX DELL, PLLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "LEROY HOLDING CO., INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "MAGGIE MCFLY'S ALBANY, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "MARCELLO TILE CO., INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" MAYNARD O'CONNOR SMITH & CATALINOTTO LLP
"d $350,000-1 million" MCNAMEE LOCHNER PC
"d $350,000-1 million" MCNEIRNY COMMUNITY SERVICE CORPORATION
"d $350,000-1 million" "MEDIA LOGIC USA, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" MEDICAL PAIN MANAGEMENT SERVICES PLLC
"d $350,000-1 million" MEERKAT PEST CONTROL LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" MOHAWK & HUDSON RIVER HUMANE SOCIETY
"d $350,000-1 million" MOORADIANS
"d $350,000-1 million" "MVP CONSULTING PLUS, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "NAPIERSKI,VANDENBURGH, NAPIERSKI & O'CONNOR LLP"
"d $350,000-1 million" "NETRITION, INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" NGB PROPERTY MANAGEMENT
"d $350,000-1 million" "NORTHEAST IS, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" NORTHEASTERN ASSOCIATION OF TH
"d $350,000-1 million" "O'CONNOR, O'CONNOR, BRESEE & FIRST PC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "OPEN WATER SOLUTIONS, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "OSTROFF ASSOCIATES, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "OVERIT MULTIMEDIA, INC"
"d $350,000-1 million" PERFORMANCE OVERNIGHT LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" PINEHAVEN ENTERPRISES INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "POWERS & SANTOLA, LLP"
"d $350,000-1 million" PRECISION CONCRETE PUMPING INC
"d $350,000-1 million" PRISONERS LEGAL SERVICES OF NEW YORK
"d $350,000-1 million" PUBLIC POLICY & EDUCATION FUND OF NEW YORK
"d $350,000-1 million" "R.F. PECK COMPANY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" RATIONAL RETENTION LLC WESTCO INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "RAYBEN ENTERPRISES, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" ROEMER WALLENS GOLD & MINEAUX LLP
"d $350,000-1 million" ROMAN CATHOLIC DIOCESE OF ALBANY
"d $350,000-1 million" ROSENBLUM DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION
"d $350,000-1 million" ROSETTI HOLDING COMPANIES LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" ROSEWALDORF PLLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "SANO-RUBIN CONSTRUCTION CO., INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "SANO-RUBIN CONSTRUCTION SERVICES, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" SARATOGA CENTRAL CATHOLIC HIGH
"d $350,000-1 million" SARK WIRE CORP.
"d $350,000-1 million" "SBD HOLDING COMPANY, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" SCHOOLHOUSE ROAD PEDIATRICS ASSOCIATES
"d $350,000-1 million" "SCHUPP'S LINE CONSTRUCTION, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" SECOND CHANCE OPPORTUNITIES INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "SKYWAY ROOFING, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "SMPR TITLE AGENCY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" SNYADS MANAGEMENT CO INC.
"d $350,000-1 million" SOLOMON AND SOLOMON PC
"d $350,000-1 million" SOM DIRECT INC
"d $350,000-1 million" SPA MIRBEAU CROSSGATES LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "SPEC CONSULTING, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "SPECIAL OLYMPICS NEW YORK, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" ST. PETER'S AMBULATORY SURGERY CENTER LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" STAR IMPROVEMENTS INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "SURPASS CHEMICAL COMPANY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "TAG SOLUTIONS, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "TECH-SEARCH, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" TEK AUTOMOTIVE GROUP LLC
"d $350,000-1 million" "TEN EYCK INSURING AGENCY, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" THE CHRISTIAN BROTHERS ACADEMY OF ALBANY
"d $350,000-1 million" "THE SPOTTED ZEBRA LEARNING CENTER, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" THE WALTERS AIRCONDITIONING COMPANY INC
"d $350,000-1 million" THE WORKSHOP INCORPORATED
"d $350,000-1 million" TRI-CITY MANPOWER INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "TRINITY ALLIANCE OF THE CAPITAL REGION, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" "TROJAN LEISURE PRODUCTS, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "TSL ADVENTURES, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" TULLY RINKEY AMERICA SERVICE CORPORATION
"d $350,000-1 million" "ULTREPET, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "UNIVERSAL TECHNOLOGIES, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "UNIVERSITY HEIGHTS ASSOCIATION, INC."
"d $350,000-1 million" UPPER HUDSON PLANNED PARENTHOOD
"d $350,000-1 million" "UPSTATE OB/GYN ASSOCIATES, P.C."
"d $350,000-1 million" WAFTS SOLUTIONS INC
"d $350,000-1 million" WAMC
"d $350,000-1 million" WELFARE RESEARCH INC
"d $350,000-1 million" "WESTMERE HOME FOR ADULTS, LLC"
"d $350,000-1 million" "WOJESKI & COMPANY, CPAS, PC"
"d $350,000-1 million" WOLBERG ELECTRICAL SUPPLY CO.
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"e $150,000-350,000" 3 ANGLES INCORPORATED
"e $150,000-350,000" "ACCENT COMMERCIAL FURNITURE, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "ACKROYD METAL FABRICATORS, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" ADNET TECHNOLOGIES NY LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" AEC SOLAR ENERGY CORPORATION
"e $150,000-350,000" AEON NEXUS CORPORATION
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"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY AIRPORT HOSPITALITY CORP
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY COUNTY VETERINARY HOSPITAL
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY DERMATOLOGY
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY DIOCESAN SCHOOL BOARD
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY ENGINEERING CORPORATION
"e $150,000-350,000" "ALBANY HOTEL ASSOCIATES, L.P."
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY INSTITUTE OF HISTORY AND ART
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY LODGING GROUP LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY MARBLE INC
"e $150,000-350,000" "ALBANY MID-TOWN HOTEL, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" ALBANY ORAL MAXILLOFACIAL SURGERY GROUP
"e $150,000-350,000" "ALBANY PSYCHOLOGICAL SERVICES FOR EATING DISORDERS, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "ALBANY SYMPHONY ORCHESTRA, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "ALBANY WINGS, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" ALL SAINTS CATHOLIC ACADEMY
"e $150,000-350,000" ALL TYPE PROF DOORS INC
"e $150,000-350,000" ALL-LIFTS INCORPORATED
"e $150,000-350,000" "ALPINE ENVIRONMENTAL SERVICES, INC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "AMBIENT ENVIRONMENTAL, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" AMC CONSTRUCTION & MANAGEMENT CORP.
"e $150,000-350,000" "AMERICAN DESIGN & CONTRACTING, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" ANIA HAIR STUDIO INC
"e $150,000-350,000" ARCON ELECTRIC L.L.C.F
"e $150,000-350,000" ASIAN SUPERMARKET GROUP INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" ATLANTIS IT CONSULTING GROUP LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" "AURORA,INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "BABY-FRIENDLY USA, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "BAILEY, JOHNSON & PECK, P.C."
"e $150,000-350,000" BESPOKE SOFTWARE INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" BEST PAVING & SEAL COATING INC
"e $150,000-350,000" BETHLEHEM CONSTRUCTION CORP.
"e $150,000-350,000" "BLAKE REALTY, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" BLESSED SACRAMENT CHURCH
"e $150,000-350,000" BMT 1094 INC
"e $150,000-350,000" BMT 1100 LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" "BRANCH VFX, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "BUCKLEY, MENDLESON, CRISCIONE AND QUINN, P.C."
"e $150,000-350,000" BURKE & CASSERLY PC
"e $150,000-350,000" "C & J OF VOORHEESVILLE, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "C&C UNLIMITED, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "CAFE CAPRICCIO, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" CAPITAL DIGITRONICS. INC
"e $150,000-350,000" CAPITAL DISTRICT FLOORCOVERING INC
"e $150,000-350,000" "CAPITAL DISTRICT MEDICAL TRANSPORTATION, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "CAPITAL DISTRICT PEDIATRIC CARDIOLOGY ASSOCIATES, PC"
"e $150,000-350,000" CAPITAL MILESTONES CHILD CARE
"e $150,000-350,000" "CAPITAL REGION OTOLORYNGOLOGY HEAD & NECK GROUP, LLP"
"e $150,000-350,000" "CAPITAL REGION RETINA, PLLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "CAPITAL SAFETY SERVICES, INC"
"e $150,000-350,000" CARDONAS MARKETS INC
"e $150,000-350,000" "CARPETMASTER OF LATHAM, LTD."
"e $150,000-350,000" "CARROW REAL ESTATE SERVICES, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "CENTER FOR ECONOMIC GROWTH, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" CENTER FOR PROSTHETIC & ORTHOTIC DESIGN INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" "CERTIFIED TRAVEL ASSOCIATES, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" CHILDREN'S PLACE AT THE PLAZA
"e $150,000-350,000" CHURCH OF CHRIST THE KING
"e $150,000-350,000" "CIM, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "CITY LINE BAR AND GRILL, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "CKM ELECTRICAL SERVICES, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "CLIFTON PARK ASC, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "CLIPCENTRIC, INC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "CN PROGRESSIVE, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" COCCA'S RETAIL MERCHANDISING I
"e $150,000-350,000" "COLBY INTERNATIONAL, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "COLONIE CARDS AND GIFTS, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" COMMISSION ON INDEPENDENT COLLEGES AND UNIVERSITIES
"e $150,000-350,000" COMPETITIVE ADVANTAGE GROUP LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" CONGREGATION BETH EMETH
"e $150,000-350,000" "COPPS DIPAOLA SILVERMAN, PLLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "CREATIVE PENSION CONSULTANTS, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" CREATIVE VOICE DEVELOPMENT GROUP LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" DAIGLE CLEANING SYSTEMS INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" DATAFOXTROT LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" "DAUGHTERS OF SARAH HOUSING COMPANY, INC, D/B/A THE MASSRY RESIDENCE AT DAUGHTERS"
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"e $150,000-350,000" "DELANEY CORPORATE SERVICE, INC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "DELAVE BISTRO, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" DERMATOLOGIC SURGERY OF ALBANY
"e $150,000-350,000" "DIRECT ADVISORS, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" DITTA LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" DREYER BOYAJIAN LLP
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"e $150,000-350,000" "ENVIRONMENTAL ADVOCATES OF NEW YORK, INC"
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"e $150,000-350,000" "FAMILY & CHILDREN'S SERVICE OF THE CAPITAL REGION, INC"
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"e $150,000-350,000" HAWKINS RESTAURANTS OF ALBANY NY INC
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"e $150,000-350,000" HOWARD STREET HOUSE LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" HUDSON VALLEY DRI LLC
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"e $150,000-350,000" "LAWRENCE PERLMUTTER, M.D.P.C."
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"e $150,000-350,000" "MAPLEWOOD PATHOLOGY, PC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "MEHIGAN, BELLONE & ASSOCIATES, INC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "MERIT PAGES, INC."
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"e $150,000-350,000" MOHAWK VALLEY UTILITY CONSTRUCTION CORP
"e $150,000-350,000" MURPHY TOURS INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" NATIONAL BUSINESS EQUIPMENT LLC
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"e $150,000-350,000" NEUROLOGICAL ASSOCIATES OF ALBANY PC
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"e $150,000-350,000" "NORTHEAST HEATING COOLING REFRIGERATION COMPANY, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "NORTHEAST PEST CONTROL, INC."
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"e $150,000-350,000" NY HAIRCUTS LLC
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"e $150,000-350,000" "ON GRID INFRASTRUCTURE SERVICES, LLC"
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"e $150,000-350,000" OUR SAVIOR LUTHERAN CHURCH
"e $150,000-350,000" P AND J COMPUTERS INC
"e $150,000-350,000" "PAESANS HOLDING CO., LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" PALACE PERFORMING ARTS CENTER
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"e $150,000-350,000" PANHA SOLUTIONS INC.
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"e $150,000-350,000" PEACHES N CREME GELATERIA LTD
"e $150,000-350,000" "PHELAN PHELAN & DANEK, LLP"
"e $150,000-350,000" PILARINOS HOSPITALITY INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" PINNACLE BEHAVIORAL HEALTH IPA LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" PINNACLE HUMAN RESOURCES LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" "PLASTIC SURGERY ASSOCIATES, LLP"
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"e $150,000-350,000" "PRESTIGE HOSPITALITY GROUP, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "PRINCE PHILIP'S, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" PRO TECH AUTOMATIC LAWN SPRINKLERS
"e $150,000-350,000" "PROFESSIONAL OPTOMETRY DOWNTOWN, P.C."
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"e $150,000-350,000" "RAN FIRE PROTECTION ENGINEERING, P.C."
"e $150,000-350,000" RATIONAL EDISCOVERY LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" RATIONAL RETENTION LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" "RECOVERY ROOM RESTAURANT, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" RYAN HUNGERSHAFER
"e $150,000-350,000" S I HP ACQUISITION LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" SAINT GREGORY'S SCHOOL
"e $150,000-350,000" "SAND CREEK ANIMAL HOSPITAL, PC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "SATCH SALES, INC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "SCARANO BOAT BUILDING, INC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "SCHAAP MOVING SYSTEMS, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "SCOTIA LINEN SUPPLY, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "SENIOR SERVICE CENTERS OF THE ALBANY AREA, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" "SERAJ WIRELESS, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" "SERVING YOU RESTAURANTS, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" SHENKER RUSSO & CLARK LLP
"e $150,000-350,000" "SIGHT CONSERVATION SOCIETY OF NORTHEASTERN NEW YORK, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" SLIGO SOFTWARE SOLUTIONS INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" SOLUTIONSOFT INC
"e $150,000-350,000" "SOUTH COL ENGINEERING, P.C."
"e $150,000-350,000" SPITZIE'S MOTORCYCLE INC.
"e $150,000-350,000" "STAFF CIAMPINO & COMPANY, P.C."
"e $150,000-350,000" "STEPHEN CARNEY DDS, CHRISTOPHER REILLY DDS, MD & BRET GELDER DDS, MD, LLP"
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"e $150,000-350,000" SUMMIT SENIOR LIVING LLC
"e $150,000-350,000" T HOFFMAN DEVELOPMENT CORP.
"e $150,000-350,000" "T. M. BYXBEE COMPANY CPAS N.Y., P.C."
"e $150,000-350,000" "TABNER, RYAN AND KENIRY, LLP"
"e $150,000-350,000" "TCP SALES HOLDING, LLC"
"e $150,000-350,000" TECH EAST CONSTRUCTION INC
"e $150,000-350,000" TEMPLE ISRAEL OF ALBANY
"e $150,000-350,000" "TENDERCARE CHILD CENTER, INC."
"e $150,000-350,000" TEXAS DE BRAZIL (ALBANY) CORPORATION
"e $150,000-350,000" "THE ALBANY DAMIEN CENTER, INC."
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"e $150,000-350,000" THE ANDERSON GROUP LLC
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"e $150,000-350,000" "TURF SUITES ALBANY, LLC"
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2020.06.16 17:41 Throwing_It_Away_1 Job or COVID-19? New Boss Does Not Take Covid Seriously.

Hi all,
I started a new job 3 weeks before the lockdown here in NYC. My new boss only closed our salon because she had to by law in NY State; (I'm sure she still saw clients on the low). Within those 3 weeks, during discussions about the pending situation, talking about such things as taking the subway and how serious this virus is, she made comments such as, "I don't get sick" and "I don't take the subway." I thought to myself, "well some of us do and have to!"
Phase 2, which is scheduled to reopen soon, applies to such business as salons. Clients who receive hair and nail services, for example, can wear masks because the area being worked on is not the face. I do facials and makeup, so it is impossible for clients to wear a mask when receiving these services. I will of course wear protective gear, but I am still very worried as my partner is high risk. He has been working from home from the beginning, has a good job at a great company that actually cares about their employees and is not forcing anyone to come in. But, as we know, not all jobs can be done remotely.
I have health issues myself and if I got the virus, I know I would be very sick. I know my boyfriend, and he agrees, would have a very hard time surviving it; he is very high risk with co-morbidities.
I have been in the salon industry for a long time. It is a very unstable sector; the abuse is rife. I am looking to get out anyway, and have been taking online courses to change careers. But, I need income for school. The owner is funny about putting things in writing and we signed a non-compete, but no paperwork concerning my hours, pay, benefits, commission, etc. I got the basics verbally and the manager asked the owner twice to give me the figures for other important aspects regarding my pay.
I haven't heard from the owner until today, she wants to speak at the end of this week. She wanted to rush back right away when there was talk of reopening even before Albany said anyone was allowed to go out. I know for a fact that this position offers no health insurance and it is not like when I go back I will be fully booked to make $ since I make an amount per client and clients are not going to rush in. Millions are still out of work and during a time of crisis, people are worried about groceries and the luxuries go first. I have no access to a car, the subway is the only way to get to work.
Finally, my boyfriend will completely flip if I go back to work and/or take the subway because he is worried for the both of us.
So, what should I do? Should I buy time? What should I do if there is a resurgence in the Fall? Is this job actually worth it?
Thank you all so much for your time and help.
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2020.06.16 05:04 Throwing_It_Away_1 Job or COVID-19? New Boss Does Not Take Covid Seriously.

Hi all,
I started a new job 3 weeks before the lockdown here in NYC. My new boss only closed our salon because she had to by law in NY State; (I'm sure she still saw clients on the low). Within those 3 weeks, during discussions about the pending situation, talking about such things as taking the subway and how serious this virus is, she made comments such as, "I don't get sick" and "I don't take the subway." I thought to myself, "well some of us do and have to!"
Phase 2, which is scheduled to reopen soon, applies to such business as salons. Clients who receive hair and nail services, for example, can wear masks because the area being worked on is not the face. I do facials and makeup, so it is impossible for clients to wear a mask when receiving these services. I will of course wear protective gear, but I am still very worried as my partner is high risk. He has been working from home from the beginning, has a good job at a great company that actually cares about their employees and is not forcing anyone to come in. But, as we know, not all jobs can be done remotely.
I have health issues myself and if I got the virus, I know I would be very sick. I know my boyfriend, and he agrees, would have a very hard time surviving it; he is very high risk with co-morbidities.
I have been in the salon industry for a long time. It is a very unstable sector; the abuse is rife. I am looking to get out anyway, and have been taking online courses to change careers. But, I need income for school. The owner is funny about putting things in writing and we signed a non-compete, but no paperwork concerning my hours, pay, benefits, commission, etc. I got the basics verbally and the manager asked the owner twice to give me the figures for other important aspects regarding my pay.
I haven't heard from the owner until today, she wants to speak at the end of this week. She wanted to rush back right away when there was talk of reopening even before Albany said anyone was allowed to go out. I know for a fact that this position offers no health insurance and it is not like when I go back I will be fully booked to make $ since I make an amount per client and clients are not going to rush in. Millions are still out of work and during a time of crisis, people are worried about groceries and the luxuries go first. I have no access to a car, the subway is the only way to get to work.
Finally, my boyfriend will completely flip if I go back to work and/or take the subway because he is worried for the both of us.
So, what should I do? Should I buy time? What should I do if there is a resurgence in the Fall? Is this job actually worth it?
Thank you all so much for your time and help.
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2020.05.19 14:24 Bleecker-The-Owl Albany Public Library Shares Continuation of Services Plan

Albany Public Library Shares Continuation of Services Plan May 18 Update
The library has finalized its Continuation of Service Plan -- the document that will guide APL through a phased approach to reopening the buildings and resuming in-person services. The plan was approved by the library’s Board of Trustees at its March 12 virtual meeting.
The full plan can be found online. https://www.albanypubliclibrary.org/continuation-of-service-plan/
“We have created a multi-step, five-phase plan that gradually reintroduces in-person services and slowly reopens the library buildings in a way that matches the capacity of the organization to each stage of the process,” said Scott C. Jarzombek, APL’s executive director. “As we resume normal operations, the health and well-being of our staff and our patrons are paramount. We are dedicated to doing our job as a library, and insist on doing it as responsibly as possible.”
The library’s Continuation of Service Plan was developed by administration based on information and guidance from the CDC, WHO, state, county, and Upper Hudson Library System (UHLS).
There is no start date for the plan. It will begin when New York State allows the Capital Region to reach phase 2 of the NYS Priority Industries for Re-Opening and upon approval by the APL Board of Trustees. Moving into each subsequent phase will be contingent on the library’s capability to expand services, and must be approved by the library board.
The APL Continuation of Service Plan contains these phases. Visit the library’s website for the full plan. https://www.albanypubliclibrary.org/continuation-of-service-plan/
Phase 1A: Staff Return to Buildings The buildings will remain closed, but staff will return in alternating shifts. Select buildings (those to be opened in the next phase) will be cleaned and sanitized. Staff will complete job-specific duties and tasks, and continue to deliver virtual services, programs, and materials.
Phase 1B: Alternative Delivery Options for Material The library will begin to provide physical materials to patrons via curbside pickup at limited locations. Patrons will be able request material online or by phone, and book drops will reopen. UHLS will restart courier delivery service of physical materials among member libraries. The buildings will remain closed to patrons and most other facets of the previous phase will continue.
Phase 2A: Opening of Selected Locations with Patron In-Building Use by Appointment Only Select library branches will open with reduced hours. In-person library transactions will be done by appointment only. There will be no in-building programs, and no use of meeting rooms or study rooms. Staff will begin limited outreach and coordinated projects with external partners. Most other facets of the previous phase will remain in place.
Phase 2B: Opening of Selected Locations with Strict Headcount Select library branches will be open with a strict headcount for the number of patrons allowed inside. The branches will continue to have reduced hours and services. There will still be no programs, meeting rooms, or study rooms. Most other facets of the previous phase will remain in place.
Phase 3A: Opening of All Locations with Headcount All library branches will be open with headcounts for the number of patrons allowed inside and limited hours. There will continue to be no programs, meeting rooms, or study rooms. There will be limits on certain services. Most other facets of the previous phase will remain in place.
Phase 3B: Regular Hours Resume with Headcount All branches will resume regular operating hours. A strict headcount for the number of patrons allowed in each building will remain in place. There will still be no programs, meeting rooms, or study rooms, along with limits on certain services. Most other facets of the previous phase will remain in place.
Phase 4A: Unrestricted Regular Hours Patrons will be allowed into all buildings without a headcount. The branches will continue regular hours. There will still be limits on certain services, along with no programs, meeting rooms, and study rooms. Most other facets of the previous phase will remain in place.
Phase 4B: Easing Patron Restrictions Programming begins in the branches on a limited basis with hard caps for attendance and the number of programs offered at each location. Those programs will be open to Albany residents only. Meeting rooms will open with a limit of no more than 10 people per room. Study rooms will remain closed, and there will be limits on certain services. Most other facets of the previous phase will remain in place.
Phase 5: New Normal Operations Library programming will expand with limits on the number of attendees and number of programs. Meeting rooms will continue with limits on the number of people in the meeting. Study rooms will be open by appointment. Use of computers and equipment will require patrons to adhere to social distancing guidelines. The library will incorporate self-checkout stations. Virtual services, programs, and materials will continue for patrons who cannot or choose not to visit branches in person. Expanded safety and cleaning protocols will continue.
“Reopening the library to patrons is not as simple as flipping a switch. We need to slowly adjust various dials turning them up, and down if necessary, based on data and expertise. Clear protocols and procedures are necessary for staff to implement and monitor during every phase of the plan,” Jarzombek said. “Our goal, as always, is to provide information and access to our community in a safe, appropriate, and responsible manner.”
The library will continue to provide updates about reopening on its website and through social media channels (@AlbanyNYLibrary on Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram). The next board meeting is set for Tuesday, June 9, at 6 pm. It will be livestreamed on YouTube, and recorded for later viewing.
https://www.albanypubliclibrary.org/
https://www.youtube.com/usealbanynylibrary
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2020.04.29 17:02 PhillipCrawfordJr Does the city of Rochester, NY owe the LGBTQ community an apology?

In 1962 the State Liquor Authority cancelled the licenses of three gay bars in Rochester, NY -- Patsy's Grill licensed to Pasquale and Katherine Lippa at 278 Allen Street, Dick's Tavern licensed to Dominic Gruttadauria at 63 State Street and Martin's Restaurant licensed to Harry Martin at 12 Front Street -- according to articles from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
The charges against the three bars were announced in January 1962 following a year-long investigation in which "the SLA sent its agents in inconspicuous dress into the bars as a result of public complaints," and "after observing conditions, the investigators did not reveal themselves but wrote reports to the SLA." The reports accused the establishments of "permitting 'open and notorious' homosexual activity without action to curb or halt the practices." Within months the licenses for all three were quickly cancelled after their respective SLA hearings.
Dr. G Harold Warnock, the deputy county health director in Monroe County responsible for tracking venereal disease, was happy to see the Liquor Authority shut down the gay bars. He told the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle that "there were other areas in the city 'just about as bad' as Front Street," and "he branded homosexual activity as a contributory cause of spreading infection but not the chief cause."
The clamp down on the gay bars should be of little surprise given the homophobia that was pervasive throughout the United States well into the 1960s. In 1964 the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle ran a four-part series by Pat Ziska called "The Outcasts" in an ugly campaign against the "national movement . . . to relax the laws against homosexuals." The first article from March 15 explored "the extent of the community's involvement in this growing problem," and the Rochester Police Bureau provided the paper with a list of nearly 300 known homosexuals it was tracking. The list was compiled by policewoman Joan V. Mathers who headed the Morals Squad, and it "showed that the known deviates range in age from the mid-sixties to under 13":
She [Mathers] produced pictures of two attractive girls, one a blonde, the other a brunette. Then she displayed a picture of two 21-year-old youths. The two "girls" in the photos were really the two boys dressed in feminine attire complete with expensive wigs. They had been stopped recently by police for a traffic violation and their true identity was discovered when the arresting officer looked at the driver's license. "We now have their names, pictures and other vital information on file," policewoman Mather said, "and we'll keep track of them."
According to the March 15 article the Rochester Police Bureau "makes an effort to answer complaints and suppress solicitation in places like taverns, downtown bridges, parks and lavatories in public buildings." Indeed, from 1958 through 1963 "there were 119 arrests for sodomy, many involving homosexuals," and "besides these charges, hundreds of arrests have been made for loitering, intoxication, disorderly conduct, vagrancy and other charges in which the principals are homosexuals."
The following day on March 16 the D&C ran its second article in "The Outcasts" series which provided a voyeuristic look into the gay "cult" including a Friday night visit to one of the downtown bars which was crowded "with more than 100 persons" and "the floor was jammed with 12 pairs of dancers, mostly men":
A young man named Jimmy was the most active of the dancers and kept up a near marathon, changing partners frequently. Jimmy wasn't difficult to follow with the eyes. Like most of the younger men, he wore tight fitting khaki trousers. But his shirt was red and white peppermint striped. He received many compliments on the shirt, described as a "blouse" by some of the habitues.
In further educating readers about the gay world the March 16 article reported that "Halloween is the national homosexual holiday," and "it is on this day that many of them dress in female garb or 'drag' and attend parties, usually in private homes or buildings." The Rochester Police Bureau learned about the Halloween phenomenon in the gay community by attending a "seminar on homosexuality" provided by the FBI "for local police bureaus and departments," and told the D&C that its undercover vice officers had infiltrated "such parties."
The third article from March 17 interviewed a 24-year-old married gay man with four children who "admitted that he married only to have a family and also to cloak himself in respectability," and he told the D&C: "I seek out male companions from one to three times a week. It varies. When I go out, my wife thinks I'm working. I have that kind of job." The married man attended private parties or gay bars but said he loathed the homosexuals who publicly cruised "Broad Street or Court Street bridges or in Maplewood Park": "I know some who are on the prowl. They should be put behind bars. * * * If they bother people, I say put them away. They aren't our kind. They're out for money. Otherwise they'd join our group."
The concluding March 18 article in the four-part Outcasts series focused on psychiatric problems, and closed with a warning by policewoman Joan Mathers from the Morals Squad:
"Parents should be made aware of the problems and should warn their children against homosexuals and other types of molesters. Anyone who has read The Democrat and Chronicle series should now be aware of the danger of this unhappy and undesirable way of life. I would say the next step is up to parents."
The D&C conveniently timed its four-part series just as state legislators in Albany were proposing to reform the sodomy laws, and Rochester Police Chief William M. Lombard and Monroe County Sheriff Albert W. Skinner publicly objected to any changes in a March 19 article:
"As a law enforcement agent I would be against any change to reduce the law," said Lombard. "It would give the true criminal homosexual another out and create one more defense for such persons. It would then be difficult to establish 'consent' and thus be tougher to prosecute criminally active homosexuals." Skinner said he, too, was against any mitigation of the law for the same reasons. "It certainly wouldn't help," he explained, "we're having trouble enough with them now."
In response to the series the D&C received many letters from readers which "described the bitterness and loneliness of their outcast experience," and the paper reprinted one from "an older homosexual" on the "very lonely life": "As I sit at the gay bar night after night, I can't help wondering to myself what will happen to these (younger) boys 20 years from now. Today they think it is all a big blast, but believe me it isn't." That letter was anonymously signed "Just another outcast."
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2020.04.29 15:12 PhillipCrawfordJr 1962 Clamp Down On Rochester Gay Bars

In 1962 the State Liquor Authority cancelled the licenses of three gay bars in Rochester, NY -- Patsy's Grill licensed to Pasquale and Katherine Lippa at 278 Allen Street, Dick's Tavern licensed to Dominic Gruttadauria at 63 State Street and Martin's Restaurant licensed to Harry Martin at 12 Front Street -- according to articles from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
The charges against the three bars were announced in January 1962 following a year-long investigation in which "the SLA sent its agents in inconspicuous dress into the bars as a result of public complaints," and "after observing conditions, the investigators did not reveal themselves but wrote reports to the SLA." The reports accused the establishments of "permitting 'open and notorious' homosexual activity without action to curb or halt the practices." Within months the licenses for all three were quickly cancelled after their respective SLA hearings.
Dr. G Harold Warnock, the deputy county health director in Monroe County responsible for tracking venereal disease, was happy to see the Liquor Authority shut down the gay bars. He told the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle that "there were other areas in the city 'just about as bad' as Front Street," and "he branded homosexual activity as a contributory cause of spreading infection but not the chief cause."
The clamp down on the gay bars should be of little surprise given the homophobia that was pervasive throughout the United States well into the 1960s. In 1964 the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle ran a four-part series by Pat Ziska called "The Outcasts" in an ugly campaign against the "national movement . . . to relax the laws against homosexuals." The first article from March 15 explored "the extent of the community's involvement in this growing problem," and the Rochester Police Bureau provided the paper with a list of nearly 300 known homosexuals it was tracking. The list was compiled by policewoman Joan V. Mathers who headed the Morals Squad, and it "showed that the known deviates range in age from the mid-sixties to under 13":
She [Mathers] produced pictures of two attractive girls, one a blonde, the other a brunette. Then she displayed a picture of two 21-year-old youths. The two "girls" in the photos were really the two boys dressed in feminine attire complete with expensive wigs. They had been stopped recently by police for a traffic violation and their true identity was discovered when the arresting officer looked at the driver's license. "We now have their names, pictures and other vital information on file," policewoman Mather said, "and we'll keep track of them."
According to the March 15 article the Rochester Police Bureau "makes an effort to answer complaints and suppress solicitation in places like taverns, downtown bridges, parks and lavatories in public buildings." Indeed, from 1958 through 1963 "there were 119 arrests for sodomy, many involving homosexuals," and "besides these charges, hundreds of arrests have been made for loitering, intoxication, disorderly conduct, vagrancy and other charges in which the principals are homosexuals."
The following day on March 16 the D&C ran its second article in "The Outcasts" series which provided a voyeuristic look into the gay "cult" including a Friday night visit to one of the downtown bars which was crowded "with more than 100 persons" and "the floor was jammed with 12 pairs of dancers, mostly men":
A young man named Jimmy was the most active of the dancers and kept up a near marathon, changing partners frequently. Jimmy wasn't difficult to follow with the eyes. Like most of the younger men, he wore tight fitting khaki trousers. But his shirt was red and white peppermint striped. He received many compliments on the shirt, described as a "blouse" by some of the habitues.
In further educating readers about the gay world the March 16 article reported that "Halloween is the national homosexual holiday," and "it is on this day that many of them dress in female garb or 'drag' and attend parties, usually in private homes or buildings." The Rochester Police Bureau learned about the Halloween phenomenon in the gay community by attending a "seminar on homosexuality" provided by the FBI "for local police bureaus and departments," and told the D&C that its undercover vice officers had infiltrated "such parties."
The third article from March 17 interviewed a 24-year-old married gay man with four children who "admitted that he married only to have a family and also to cloak himself in respectability," and he told the D&C: "I seek out male companions from one to three times a week. It varies. When I go out, my wife thinks I'm working. I have that kind of job." The married man attended private parties or gay bars but said he loathed the homosexuals who publicly cruised "Broad Street or Court Street bridges or in Maplewood Park": "I know some who are on the prowl. They should be put behind bars. * * * If they bother people, I say put them away. They aren't our kind. They're out for money. Otherwise they'd join our group."
The concluding March 18 article in the four-part Outcasts series focused on psychiatric problems, and closed with a warning by policewoman Joan Mathers from the Morals Squad:
"Parents should be made aware of the problems and should warn their children against homosexuals and other types of molesters. Anyone who has read The Democrat and Chronicle series should now be aware of the danger of this unhappy and undesirable way of life. I would say the next step is up to parents."
The D&C conveniently timed its four-part series just as state legislators in Albany were proposing to reform the sodomy laws, and Rochester Police Chief William M. Lombard and Monroe County Sheriff Albert W. Skinner publicly objected to any changes in a March 19 article:
"As a law enforcement agent I would be against any change to reduce the law," said Lombard. "It would give the true criminal homosexual another out and create one more defense for such persons. It would then be difficult to establish 'consent' and thus be tougher to prosecute criminally active homosexuals." Skinner said he, too, was against any mitigation of the law for the same reasons. "It certainly wouldn't help," he explained, "we're having trouble enough with them now."
In response to the series the D&C received many letters from readers which "described the bitterness and loneliness of their outcast experience," and the paper reprinted one from "an older homosexual" on the "very lonely life": "As I sit at the gay bar night after night, I can't help wondering to myself what will happen to these (younger) boys 20 years from now. Today they think it is all a big blast, but believe me it isn't." That letter was anonymously signed "Just another outcast."
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2020.04.29 14:46 PhillipCrawfordJr 1962 Clamp Down On Rochester Gay Bars

In 1962 the State Liquor Authority cancelled the licenses of three gay bars in Rochester, NY -- Patsy's Grill licensed to Pasquale and Katherine Lippa at 278 Allen Street, Dick's Tavern licensed to Dominic Gruttadauria at 63 State Street and Martin's Restaurant licensed to Harry Martin at 12 Front Street -- according to articles from the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle.
The charges against the three bars were announced in January 1962 following a year-long investigation in which "the SLA sent its agents in inconspicuous dress into the bars as a result of public complaints," and "after observing conditions, the investigators did not reveal themselves but wrote reports to the SLA." The reports accused the establishments of "permitting 'open and notorious' homosexual activity without action to curb or halt the practices." Within months the licenses for all three were quickly cancelled after their respective SLA hearings.
Dr. G Harold Warnock, the deputy county health director in Monroe County responsible for tracking venereal disease, was happy to see the Liquor Authority shut down the gay bars. He told the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle that "there were other areas in the city 'just about as bad' as Front Street," and "he branded homosexual activity as a contributory cause of spreading infection but not the chief cause."
The clamp down on the gay bars should be of little surprise given the homophobia that was pervasive throughout the United States well into the 1960s. In 1964 the Rochester Democrat and Chronicle ran a four-part series by Pat Ziska called "The Outcasts" in an ugly campaign against the "national movement . . . to relax the laws against homosexuals." The first article from March 15 explored "the extent of the community's involvement in this growing problem," and the Rochester Police Bureau provided the paper with a list of nearly 300 known homosexuals it was tracking. The list was compiled by policewoman Joan V. Mathers who headed the Morals Squad, and it "showed that the known deviates range in age from the mid-sixties to under 13":
She [Mathers] produced pictures of two attractive girls, one a blonde, the other a brunette. Then she displayed a picture of two 21-year-old youths. The two "girls" in the photos were really the two boys dressed in feminine attire complete with expensive wigs. They had been stopped recently by police for a traffic violation and their true identity was discovered when the arresting officer looked at the driver's license. "We now have their names, pictures and other vital information on file," policewoman Mather said, "and we'll keep track of them."
According to the March 15 article the Rochester Police Bureau "makes an effort to answer complaints and suppress solicitation in places like taverns, downtown bridges, parks and lavatories in public buildings." Indeed, from 1958 through 1963 "there were 119 arrests for sodomy, many involving homosexuals," and "besides these charges, hundreds of arrests have been made for loitering, intoxication, disorderly conduct, vagrancy and other charges in which the principals are homosexuals."
The following day on March 16 the D&C ran its second article in "The Outcasts" series which provided a voyeuristic look into the gay "cult" including a Friday night visit to one of the downtown bars which was crowded "with more than 100 persons" and "the floor was jammed with 12 pairs of dancers, mostly men":
A young man named Jimmy was the most active of the dancers and kept up a near marathon, changing partners frequently. Jimmy wasn't difficult to follow with the eyes. Like most of the younger men, he wore tight fitting khaki trousers. But his shirt was red and white peppermint striped. He received many compliments on the shirt, described as a "blouse" by some of the habitues.
In further educating readers about the gay world the March 16 article reported that "Halloween is the national homosexual holiday," and "it is on this day that many of them dress in female garb or 'drag' and attend parties, usually in private homes or buildings." The Rochester Police Bureau learned about the Halloween phenomenon in the gay community by attending a "seminar on homosexuality" provided by the FBI "for local police bureaus and departments," and told the D&C that its undercover vice officers had infiltrated "such parties."
The third article from March 17 interviewed a 24-year-old married gay man with four children who "admitted that he married only to have a family and also to cloak himself in respectability," and he told the D&C: "I seek out male companions from one to three times a week. It varies. When I go out, my wife thinks I'm working. I have that kind of job." The married man attended private parties or gay bars but said he loathed the homosexuals who publicly cruised "Broad Street or Court Street bridges or in Maplewood Park": "I know some who are on the prowl. They should be put behind bars. * * * If they bother people, I say put them away. They aren't our kind. They're out for money. Otherwise they'd join our group."
The concluding March 18 article in the four-part Outcasts series focused on psychiatric problems, and closed with a warning by policewoman Joan Mathers from the Morals Squad:
"Parents should be made aware of the problems and should warn their children against homosexuals and other types of molesters. Anyone who has read The Democrat and Chronicle series should now be aware of the danger of this unhappy and undesirable way of life. I would say the next step is up to parents."
The D&C conveniently timed its four-part series just as state legislators in Albany were proposing to reform the sodomy laws, and Rochester Police Chief William M. Lombard and Monroe County Sheriff Albert W. Skinner publicly objected to any changes in a March 19 article:
"As a law enforcement agent I would be against any change to reduce the law," said Lombard. "It would give the true criminal homosexual another out and create one more defense for such persons. It would then be difficult to establish 'consent' and thus be tougher to prosecute criminally active homosexuals." Skinner said he, too, was against any mitigation of the law for the same reasons. "It certainly wouldn't help," he explained, "we're having trouble enough with them now."
In response to the series the D&C received many letters from readers which "described the bitterness and loneliness of their outcast experience," and the paper reprinted one from "an older homosexual" on the "very lonely life": "As I sit at the gay bar night after night, I can't help wondering to myself what will happen to these (younger) boys 20 years from now. Today they think it is all a big blast, but believe me it isn't." That letter was anonymously signed "Just another outcast."
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2020.04.17 05:19 Darth-bane-movie My Idea for a Fallout 5 set in New York

So these are just some details I thought up
Factions:
The New American Republic: basically the East Coast NCR however it controls most of Upstate New York and some of Vermont, Pennsylvania, Ontario, and Ohio their capital is in Buffalo which was mostly undamaged by bombs and has a very large population of about 100,000 people with the overal population of the NAR being around 1 million. Lore wise this would be because the states in the NAR would be hit by very few bombs and many upstate cities would still be intact and certain places that would of been bombed that the NAR has control over like Cleveland would have been rebuilt over time and that's what this game would be about rebuilding.
The Brotherhood: Obviously they would be here but they would have a much smaller presence controlling maybe Yonkers.
Raiders: They still have to be here
The Staten Island Commonwealth: In this games lore 2 bombs were dropped in NYC one in Manhattan and the other in Brooklyn so southern Staten Island is much like Boston the SIC has a small government consisting of what was left of the New York City Council becoming the SIC senate and the deputy Mayor becoming President as the Mayor would have Died in Manhattan. Queens and the Bronx are very loosely controlled by the SIC but VERY loosely.
The Enclave: No explanation needed
The Livingstonians: Similar to the Minutemen from Fallout 4 their leader is a descendant of Robert Livingston(the Founding Father)
The Long Island Federation: The LIF is a federation of eastern Long Island the capital is Montauk
And of course there would be more however these would be the Major ones
Locations:
Buffalo
New York City
Montauk
Albany
Newark
Eire
Cleveland
Burlington
Ontario
General Explanation: You start out in Montauk in the LIF after leaving a Vault that was underwater and undiscovered by the LIF when you leave the Vault you see Montauk Long Island where you will start with a tutorial and be thrust in a journey as before the war you and your family(who are NPCs found in a new family home wherever you get it) were fairly rich as you owned a company the company and some of your business partners were found in a scandal involving the Chinese Government you however got them arrested by making it public so you were hunted down by assassins and even now the decedents of those partners still hire people to kill you now there would be plenty of quest chains however the main one would end with a battle in the Statue of Liberty between you and the whatever faction you chose to oppose with the faction you sided with helping you if you side with the NAR they will send you as a diplomat to the LIF and SIC as you will try to convince them to join the NAR if you side with them the Battle on the statue would be against the Brotherhood. But the main mechanic of the game would be repairing cities specifically NYC, Newark, and Albany the NY cities that were Nuked you'd hopefully end up restoring them to their former glory and you choose whether or not they join the NAR.
DLC:
The return of the Pitt: New items,Quests, and the Pitt is back
Back to the Capital: same as return of the Pitt but with different weapons and Quests with the return of the Capital Wasteland
Unnamed Detroit DLC
Welcome back to Boston
and a London DLC.
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2020.01.06 03:00 vutall I came out to my partner, now how to move forward?

Hello everyone.
Like many, I had feelings of being the wrong gender since I was a teenager. Unfortunately, nothing was ever done about it, and I went through 20 years of my life as a man, always knowing something was wrong but assuming it was everything else going on in my life (military for 8 years, a bad marriage, Major Depressive Disorder, General Anxiety Disorder, PTSD, etc)
Finally, I got my life stable 3 years ago when I met my current partner. We moved to Albany, NY back in February. In October, I finally got my depression treated, and it lifted a cloud that was covering up my true feelings, that of being a woman.
We were planning on getting married, but before I proposed, I knew I needed to tell her how I felt. After much pain and suffering, I told her, and there was a lot of tears on her end. After logically talking it through, we decidd it was best for us to stop being in a relationship (though we are still going to attempt to be life-partners, sharing everything like we were in a relationship until or if it gets to be too much to handle)
Now, I'm not sure what the next step is.
I am 80% disabled with the VA, and I know 100% I want to begin my transition. I'm 31 years old, and want to start HRT as soon as possible.
Does anyone know or have personal experience with the VA? Would I be better off privately finding and funding my transition in the civilian world?
Also, due to my age, I am terrified that I will not be able to pass, and want the best possible chances without needing surgery. Any tips there?
Im 5'10, afro-curly hair, blue eyes, extremely thin (125 last I checked) with delicate, but still manly features.
If requested, I can post a photo.
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2019.12.30 04:04 oregonian19 How can I improve on my application for reapplication?

So I am still sitting on complete silence from 19/24 schools that I applied to. I'm emotionally preparing myself for needing to reapply. If I need to reapply, I'm looking at skipping the next cycle and applying in the 2021/2022 cycle. Given all of this, I would greatly appreciate a postmortem on my application. All thoughts and opinions will be accepted, just let me down gently. Please tell me what I can do better for 2021/2022!
Let me know if you have any questions or need more info!
EDIT: I forgot to add this -- I am unable to take more classes to improve my GPA. This is for financial reasons and the fact that I have over 230 credits, so it would take many classes to move my GPA in a meaningful way.

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2019.12.20 21:07 randomj77 (Quite a Bit More Than) Quarter-Way Through the Season Prospect Update

Guillaume Brisebois (D 66th overall 2015)
Height: 6’3 Weight: 190 Hometown: St. Hilaire, QC
Age: 22
GP G A Pts
27 3 8 11
Now in his third professional season, Guillaume Brisebois has established himself as a solid AHL defenseman. The St. Hilaire native saw his first NHL action last season where he played eight games scoring no points. In Utica this season, Brisebois has been one of the Comets most consistent blueliners this season and he has matched last year’s point totals already just 27 games in. Due to injury Brisebois has been something of a frequent flyer this season coming up and down between Utica and Vancouver although he has not made an appearance for the Canucks so far this season. Brisebois has cemented himself this season as an NHL depth defenseman and one of the first guy’s on the call sheet when a d-man is needed. Brisebois certainly has the potential to be even more than this as well.
Michael DiPietro (G 64th overall 2017)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 200 Hometown: Amherstburg, ON
Age: 20
GP W L OTL SV% GAA
14 8 4 1 0.910 2.56
It was an interesting season for Michael DiPietro last year. After guiding his hometown Windsor Spitfires to a Memorial Cup he was traded to the Ottawa 67s where he put up spectacular numbers for a team that went deep into the playoffs. DiPietro represented Canada at the World Juniors where he was arguably the best player for a squad that deeply disappointed at home. He also infamously got a very premature first NHL start last season in a 7-2 drubbing against the San Jose Sharks where he looked like a fish out of water. Given all the highs and lows of last season, it would be understandable to come into his first professional season with some subdued expectations. It was even more compounded by the fact that the Canucks had signed veteran keeper Zane McIntyre over the summer, bringing the number of non-NHL goalies under contract to four. Some people, myself included had estimated that DiPietro might see himself starting in the ECHL with the Kalamazoo Wings given that he was going to be stuck behind Richard Bachman as well as the aforementioned McIntryre, but DiPietro earned his way onto the Comets roster and he hasn’t looked back ever since. DiPietro has more or less split starts so far this season with McIntryre and statistically he has been the better goalie. DiPietro is top three amongst all rookies in both save percentage and goals against average. The early returns on DiPietro have been nothing short of remarkable and while there are still some major questions about his size, if he continues on this path it would seem that the Canucks have found yet another solid goaltender. DiPietro got another call-up recently with the injury to Thatcher Demko and thus far has only played eight minutes, in relief of Jacob Markstrom in a game against Vegas wherein he allowed 1 goal on eight shots. It will be interesting to see if DiPietro gets a start during this stretch, Demko is still out with no timeline to return but I think it is interesting that the team could have called up either Richard Bachman or Zane McIntryte both of whom have much more NHL experience than DiPietro but the team chose DiPietro.
Jalen Chatfield (D Undrafted, Signed 2017)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 188 Hometown: Ypsilanti, MI
Age: 23
GP G A Pts
20 0 1 1
Jalen Chatfield continues to be a defensive presence for the Comets. The Michigan native has never had much offensive acumen but he continues to remain high on the Canucks depth chart as evidenced by the fact that he has been called up multiple times so far this season to serve as the extra d-man. Chatfield has yet to actually play in an NHL game but he has been called up a couple of times over the past few years. Chatfield has played the most games without a point for the Comets although given his game is that of a shutdown defenseman this is not surprising. I think it’s fair to say that Chatfield will never reach the heights that some had projecting for him when he almost made the Canucks out of training camp as a rookie a few years back but he continues to be an intriguing option in the Canucks defensive cupboard.
Mitch Eliot (D Undrafted, signed 2018)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 170 Hometown: Grosse Pointe, MI
Age: 21 With Kalamazoo Wings (ECHL):
GP G A Pts
3 0 0 0
With Utica Comets (AHL):
GP G A Pts
13 2 3 5
It’s been a slow burn of a pro start for young Mitch Eliot. Signed as an overager out of the OHL last season Eliot found himself crowded out of the Comets blueline to start the year and thus he was relegated down to Kalamazoo. It has been a few years since the Canucks have had any prospects under contract in the ECHL, although I do think it’s ultimately not a negative thing as it speaks to the depth of the team now. Eliot played just three games for the Wings before he was called back up to the Comets and he hasn’t looked back since. Eliot has scored 5 points so far in 13 games. Eliot had an interesting story leading up to his signing with the Canucks: the son of a former NHL goalie, Eliot started at Michigan State University but he left during his sophomore year to join the Sarnia Sting of the OHL because he felt he wasn’t getting the opportunity in the NCAA. This decision clearly worked out as Eliot was signed to a contract and is now playing professional hockey. Eliot had a decent showing during the pre-season, and it will be interesting to see how his season progresses.
Jonah Gadjovich (LW 55th overall 2017)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 209 Hometown: Whitby, ON
Age: 21
GP G A Pts
15 6 1 7
Everyone knows that last season was a disappointing one for Jonah Gadjovich as the big winger struggled quite a bit adapting to the pro game. Coming into year two with the Comets I had hoped that Gadjovich would come into the season with a chip on his shoulder ready to prove that he could play and so far this season it looks like he has. Gadjovich was always a goalscorer in the OHL and this side of his game has began to show up again as the big winger has scored 6 goals so far this season and he is well on his way to smashing his previous season’s points total Gadjovich missed a chunk of the early season with an upper body injury but it doesn’t seem like his injury has affected too much of his game as he has scored five goals since coming back.
Lukas Jasek (RW 174th overall 2015)
Height: 6’00 Weight: 165 Hometown: Trinec, Czech Republic
Age: 22
GP G A Pts
28 7 5 12
In Jasek’s second full season he has struggled to score at the same rate as he did in his first one. Jasek famously joined the Comets at the tail end of the 2017-18 season after leaving his native Czech Republic and scored up a storm when he first came to North America. In this season, Trent Cull and the coaching staff made the decision to try and convert Jasek into a centreman from his natural right wing. This move has had thoroughly mixed results, Jasek has always been a strong defensive player and so it does make sense to want his defensive game down the middle but he doesn’t have the offensive ability to drive a line and thus his point totals have sagged this year. Jasek’s ceiling in terms of offense has always been pretty limited but his play away from the puck is intriguing and he could potentially be a cheap bottom six replacement if the Canucks decide/are able to shed some of the big contracts they have back there. Overall while it is never great to see a player’s production drop off, Jasek has already exceeded expectations given his draft position
Olli Juolevi (D 5th overall 2016)
Height: 6’3 Weight: 198 Hometown: Helsinki, Finland
Age: 21
GP G A Pts
21 0 8 8
It has been another year of frustration for Olli Juolevi as the former 5th overall pick has struggled to stay healthy yet again. After missing almost all of last season with a knee injury, Juolevi came into this season with one goal, to remain healthy and play good minutes for the Comets. He was doing this when the season first began, he was being used in all situations and by all accounts he was playing pretty great, but then he went down with another lower body injury and many people were concerned it was his knee. There was no timeline given when he was first injured which made many including myself fear the absolute worst but thankfully he only missed eight games and has returned to the ice for the Comets. The Finnish defender has yet to find the back of the net this year, but he has put up eight assists and has been playing in all situations. I think it is pretty clear that Juolevi will likely never live up to his 5th overall billing, but the talent is still there for him even if it seems like the luck really isn’t. Juolevi was drafted the same year I started to do this prospect analyses so I will always root for the kid, and I certainly hope he can get his career and his development back on track after the injuries he faced overt the last two years.
Kole Lind (C/RW 33rd overall 2017)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 185 Hometown: Shaunavon, SK
Age: 21
GP G A Pts
29 8 16 24
Another player who had a rough go of things in his early season career was Kole Lind. Lind like his fellow 2017 2nd rounder Gadjovich came to Utica with high expectations after a very successful junior career but ultimately failed to live up to expectations. Lind had a lot to prove coming into this season and so far he’s shown a tonne of improvement. Not only has his scoring touch seemingly returned (he’s already surpassed his previous season’s best) but he’s playing again with his textbook snarl again. When Lind is playing at his best, he’s a nasty player who is no fun to play against and he’s definitely been getting under some skin with his play this season. Lind is also one of only two players to suit up in every game for the Comets this year, which is impressive too considering the fact that Lind was often healthy scratched much to the chagrin of Canucks fans everywhere who wanted to see the rookie be played a lot more than he was getting previously, and this season it looks like they got their wish and also Trent Cull clearly trusts Lind a lot more than he did last year. The potential for Lind is still sky high and if he can keep playing engaged like he has been he should be back on track.
Zack MacEwen (RW Undrafted, Signed 2017)
Height: 6’4 Weight: 212 Hometown: Charlottetown, PE
Age: 23
With Utica
GP G A Pts
15 4 6 10
With Vancouver
GP G A Pts
8 1 1 2
The clear cut Comets MVP in terms of prospects last season, Zack MacEwen had nothing short of a breakout last year. The underdrafted winger entered the team without much fanfare but has cemented himself as not only one of the most NHL ready prospects in the Canucks system, but also one of the best. In Utica this year, MacEwen’s point totals have dipped a bit but he has made up for it with a soldi stint in the NHL wherein he would play in the NHL and score his first NHL goal. MacEwen spent a large chunk of the early season up with the Canucks due to numerous injures to the big club and he finally got his opportunity this year after a small stint in with the Canucks last year. MacEwen does look like a potential bottom six forward for the future, and again since he cost nothing but a roster spot and a bit of cap space MacEwen does look like yet another undrafted find for the scouting staff
Francis Perron (LW 190th overall 2014, Acquired 2019)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 165 Hometown: Laval, QC
Age: 23
GP G A Pts
26 5 12 17
One of the Canucks newest prospects Francis Perron was acquired over the summer in a draft day trade with the San Jose Sharks although given that this move was overshadowed by the JT Miller trade that same day you would be forgiven if you missed it. Perron, originally a seventh round pick by the Ottawa Senators is something of a late bloomer and after a few productive seasons in the QMJHL he was signed by the Senators where he spent two seasons in their American League system before being dealt to the Sharks as a piece in the Erik Karlsson trade. It was in the Sharks system where the Quebec native really took off, scoring 47 points in 63 games which was good for second in scoring on the San Jose Barracuda. So coming into the Canucks system there was a little bit of excitement about Perron but we sadly didn’t get to see much from him in training camp before he was cut, clearing waivers to play down in Utica. In Utica he certainly hasn’t been bad but he hasn’t quite replicated the pace at which he scored while in San Jose’s system. This might be the last year Perron will be considered a legitimate “prospect” by many NHL teams so there is certainly extra pressure on him to perform especially considering he now needs waivers to be sent down to the minors.
Brogan Rafferty (D Undrafted, signed 2019)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 192 Hometown: Dundee, IL
Age: 24
GP G A Pts
29 3 21 24
Brogan Rafferty has quickly made himself one of the top Canucks prospects on D. A late season signing last year out of the NCAA, Rafferty has an intriguing story. Diagnosed with scoliosis in his youth Rafferty is also legally blind in his right eye. He also didn’t even start playing defense until high school, playing as a forward before his father suggested he switch. Rafferty had signed with the Canucks after three productive years at Quinnipiac University. In his two NHL games last season I thought he looked pretty good, although he certainly didn’t stand out enough to be particularly memorable. Coming into his first NHL training camp Rafferty caused a bit of a stir with his strong play and was close to making the team out of camp although with the added depth on the blueline the team added in the summer that was always an unlikely proposition. Still, Rafferty made a name for himself and was one of the last cuts of camp. He has carried that strong play right into Utica where he has been a fixture on the top pairing. Rafferty leads the Comets in defensive scoring by a wide margin and is tied for second in league scoring amongst rookie defenders. Rafferty is still a bit rough around the edges in terms of defensive play and he can sometimes make some pretty bad gauffs on the defensive end but really all in all Rafferty looks like yet another win for the NCAA scouting staff and another great overage find for the Canucks.
Josh Teves (D, Undrafted, Signed 2019)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 175 Hometown: Calgary, AB
Age: 24
GP G A Pts
20 0 1 1
Another undrafted prospect, Josh Teves was signed last year alongside Brogan Rafferty and Mitch Eliot. The Calgary native played one game for the Canucks last season and is playing in his first professional season. Teves had what I thought was a pretty weak preseason, and he is definitely pushed back down the depth chart a bit because of it. Teves is not a particularly offensive defender and he is still in search of his first pro goal. At 24 Teves likely does not have much more room to grow and is probably pretty close to where his peak will be as an athlete.

ECHL

Jake Kielly (G Undrafted, Signed 2019)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 201 Hometown: Eden, MN
Age: 23
GP W L OTL SV% GAAA ---------------------- 11 3 6 2 0.874 4.03 1
When the Canucks announced the signing of Jake Kielly at the tail end of the season last year I was intrigued but also a little confused. The well of young goalies was already decently deep and then with the Canucks drafting and signing Arturs Silovs over the summer it got even deeper. Still, you can truly never have too many goalie prospects and Kielly did have a very distinguished collegiate career with Clarkson University so I was interested to see how he would do in the pros. I figured he and DiPietro were going to battle it out for the backup job in Utica behind Richard Bachman or even that they would together push Bachman out, but then the Canucks signed Zane McIntyre and things got even more complicated. Once McIntryre was signed the writing was on the wall that at least one of DiPietro or Kielly would find themselves in Kalamazoo. I thought that perhaps the younger DiPietro would be the one heading to Southern Michigan but I was mildly surprised to see it was the older Kielly who was ultimately chosen to play for the Wings. So far in his young pro career, Kielly has been basically splitting starts with ECHL veteran goaltender and fellow Jake, Jake Hildebrand and the results have been…. Sub-optimal. Kielly has struggled to start his pro career, currently posting a rather ghastly 874 save percentage and a 4.03 goals against average. To be fair to Kielly his partner between the pipes hasn’t fared much better so far and in fact the whole team in front of him has not been performing very well as the Wings are currently last place in the Central Division although they still have less games played than almost everyone else in their Conference. Kielly’s career is still in its infancy and goaltenders can have such weird development curves that it is way too early to be drawing any concrete conclusions but given how good his NCAA numbers were I was honestly expecting a little bit better from the Minnesota native. Here’s hoping he can start to figure it out down there in Kalamazoo because having more good goaltenders in the minors is never a bad thing.

CHL

Carson Focht (C 133rd overall 2019)
Height: 6’0 Weight: 181 lbs Hometown: Regina, SK
Age: 19
Playing with Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
GP G A Pts
27 16 10 26
Some people were a little bit surprised when the Canucks took an overager in Carson Focht in the fourth round of the 2019 draft but the team went out of their way to mention that they really liked him a lot. An unknown entity coming into training camp, Focht was one of the standouts amongst the rookies and then followed it up with a decent showing at a Team Canada World Juniors showcase game. Now in his fourth full WHL season Focht has really been something of a late bloomer. In his earlier days in junior he had very pedestrian numbers but a trade from the Tri-City Americans to the Calgary Hitmen seemed to spark an offensive side that he hadn’t previously shown and after going nearly a PPG last season Focht has kept right on going, currently sitting in fifth in scoring on the Hitmen at almost a PPG. You always have to be a bit cautious putting too much stock into overage junior numbers, and any player who has a hope of making a pro career should be dominating at Carson’s age. Still, given his relatively unknown status it is interesting to see how much he has shot up in recognition. Playing alongside fellow Canucks prospect Jett Woo, Focht’s Calgary Hitmen have been a strong team early on in this season and currently hold the first Wild Card spot in the Eastern Conference, though they have some games in hand to some of the other teams in front of them. It will be interesting to follow how Focht’s season shakes out as the Sasakatchewan native would be eligible to join Utica next season.
Ethan Keppen (LW 122nd overall 2019)
Height: 6’2 Weight: 212lbs Hometown: Whitby, ON
Age 18
Playing with Flint Firebirds (OHL)
GP G A Pts
27 11 7 18
The second 2019 draft pick on this list, Ethan Keppen is a big bodied power forward type much in the same mold as Jonah Gadjovich. Keppen has had the misfortune of playing with the Flint Firebirds which have been one of the most dysfunctional and poorly managed teams in CHL history where he was one of the sole bright spots. Keppen had a very strong season last year tying for second in points on the Firebirds only behind Stars first rounder Ty Dellandrea. This season hasn’t been as good for Keppen and he’s currently on pace for a worse season statistically than last year. It is obviously still very early days in the season but it is never a good sign in junior when a player’s numbers go backwards, especially for a forward. The Firebirds so far have also not been a total tire fire for once and it seems that Dellandrea has gotten a bit more run support from his supporting cast. Keppen is currently seventh on the Firebirds in scoring.
Arturs Silovs (G 156th overall 2019)
Height: 6’4 Weight: 213 lbs Hometown: Riga, Latvia
Age 18
Playing with Barrie Colts (OHL)
GP W L OTL SV% GAA
18 9 8 1 0.885 3.90
Despite being a sixth round pick, Arturs Silovs has the distinction of being the first Canucks property from the 2019 draft class to be signed by the team. The scouting staff were clearly very high on Silovs, having mentioned him specifically in their post-draft interviews. Dan Cloutier when he was with the team apparently loved the kid as well and went so far as to fly out to see him in Latvia, and Silovs clearly knew the team was very interested as well since he and his family made the trek all the way to Vancouver to attend the draft in person, something you don’t see many sixth rounders doing. It’s not even like Silovs had fallen all that far behind where he was expected to be picked in the first place but clearly this is a player that the team has a specific interest in as they not only signed him to his ELC right after drafting him but worked with the CHL to get him over into the OHL. This is Silovs first season in North America and he joins a struggling Barrie Colts squad who missed out on the post-season last year. Silovs has been the starting goalie for the Colts and while his numbers have been okay, he started well but he has fallen off quite a bit lately. Though most importantly he’s managed to keep them in the win column more often than not when he’s in net. Standing at 6’4 Silovs has the size of an NHL goalie but also is extremely athletic. It’s easy to see why the team is so high on him because he might be raw but the potential is there. If he does pan out enough to make it to the AHL, he should provide a nice contrast to the undersized but effective DiPiero although we still have a long way to go before then.
Jett Woo (D 37th overall 2018)
Height: 6'0 Weight: 203 Hometown: Winnipeg, MB
Age: 19
Playing with Calgary Hitmen (WHL)
GP G A Pts
30 4 12 16
One of the single hottest prospect stories in recent memory was Jett Woo’s breakout season with the Moosejaw Warriors last year. What was a typically smart, physical, and conservative defensive game transformed into a playmaking one as Woo had an exceptional season offensively on the backend for the Warriors. Like most people in Canucks nation I was thrilled with Woo’s showing last year and was excited to see what he could do this season especially with increased responsibilities on the Warriors. However we never got to see how this would have panned out as in a bit of a surprise move Woo was sent packing to the Calgary Hitmen, a team with a much deeper defense core. On his new team it would seem Woo has gone back to his bread and butter, being a physical shut down blueliner, and therefore his offensive numbers have taken quite a hit. It’s disappointing to see Woo’s numbers overall falling off, although as much as we all wanted to say otherwise looking at his whole body of work last season’s numbers did always seem a bit of an outlier. Like I said before Calgary is deep on the back end with dynamic Flyers prospect Egor Zamula being the main offensive straw that stirs the drink for the Hitmen. Woo is still second in the points for defensive scoring although he trails Zamula by quite a large margin. Woo’s role on the team has changed quite a bit and despite his numbers dropping his style of game could still easily translate to the NHL.

NCAA

William Lockwood (RW 64th overall 2016)
Height: 5’11 Weight: 172 Hometown: Bloomfield Hills, MI
Age: 21
Playing with: University of Michigan
GP G A Pts
15 4 3 7
Yikes. It has not been a great start at all for Will Lockwood. The fourth year forward out of the University of Michigan was a player that the Canucks had strong interest in turning pro at the tail end of last season but Lockwood opted for one more year of college and that decision so far early on looks like it might have cost him. One of just two prospects left from an abysmal 2016 draft class Lockwood hasn’t had the easiest go of it as he’s been plagued by shoulder injuries throughout his college career. I have never been as high on Lockwood as some has but he’s a shifty speedster who has some very bright moments though I’ve always quetioned his overall upside. I’ve heard from some scouts who refer to him as a poor mans Jannik Hansen and from what little I’ve seen of his game I can’t say I disagree. Lockwood has never been an explosive scorer and he’s never finished over a PPG in his collegiate career, but still four points in ten games is pretty poor no matter how you slice it, especially as he is one of the older guys on the team. To be fair to Lockwood however the Wolverines this year have had a very rough go of it and the once strong program has had much of its talent stripped away due to poaching from the NHL. Some of its biggest names over the past few years like Quinn Hughes, Josh Norris and Brady Tkachuk have moved onto their NHL careers and while the program does have two freshman first round picks in Cam York (Philly) and John Beecher (Boston) who are leading the charge the supporting cast just isn’t there. That includes Will Lockwood as he is the third highest drafted player behind these two and one of a few fourth years on the team. There has always been a question about Lockwood over whether or not he would sign with the team after his college career ends but if he keeps up this pace I don’t know if there will be much NHL interest in him at all. Hopefully he can pick himself up and get himself going, but I think he might have played his cards too close to the vest when he turned down the opportunity to sign his ELC at the end of last season and play some games for the Canucks.
Tyler Madden (C 68th overall 2018)
Height: 5'11 Weight: 152 Hometown: Albany, NY
Age: 20
Playing with: Northeastern
GP G A Pts
18 13 11 24
One of the breakout stars last year was Tyler Madden. The lanky centre had a fantastic freshman year at Northeastern University, filling in Adam Gaudette’s spot beautifully. Whenever a young guy has a strong season you want to see if they can follow it up, and so far Madden has done just that, as he is performing even better this season than last season. Madden leads the Huskies in scoring, by quite a large margin actually and has been the main offensive catalyst in the school’s great start to their season. The Canucks seriously owe coach Jim Madigan and the whole staff at Northeastern a great deal of gratitude as it seems that every prospect we send their way turns into gold as we will further see a little bit later on in this list. If Madden can keep this pace up, he could be a Hobey Baker finalist and might even find himself on the Canucks roster at the end of the season depending of course on how both teams do.
Jack Malone (F 180th overall 2019)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 192 Hometown: Madison, NJ
Age: 19
Playing with: Cornell
GP G A Pts
10 1 3 4
It has been a very slow start for Jack Malone. Taken as an overager after one breakout USHL season, Malone’s first year at Cornell hasn’t seen much in the way of production. Unlike its Ivy League rival Harvard, Cornell’s hockey program has never really produced much in the way of legit NHL talent and the school right now is in the middle of the pack of the ECAC in terms of record this season. Malone does have an intriguing skill set and was a bit of a late bloomer so we will see if he can find his game this year playing for the Big Red. Malone is an economics major at Cornell’s prestigious Dyson Business school so if this whole hockey thing doesn’t end up working out, I’m sure he will be fine.
Aidan McDonough (LW 195th overall 2019)
Height: 6’4 Weight: 190 Hometown: Milton, MA
Age: 19
Playing with: Northeastern
GP G A Pts
15 7 8 15
Another year another prospect coming up huge for Northeastern University. Aidan McDonough was an interesting story when he was first drafted as last year as he had been passed over previously in the last draft. McDonough is actually childhood friends with another Canucks prospect Jack Rathbone which led some people to dismiss his drafting as a ploy to get Rathbone to sign but clearly this season so far McDonough has proven that he stands his own as a legitimate prospect. So far in his freshman year McDonough has gone a PPG and was recently named the rookie of the week in the NCAA due to a 4 point performance. It will be interesting to see if McDonough can continue this performance, given his physical size he has an intriguing skill set and would be a nice piece to have going forward if his offensive game is legit.
Jack Rathbone (D 95th overall 2017)
Height: 5’10 Weight: 177 Hometown: West Roxbury, MA
Age: 21
Playing with: Harvard
GP G A Pts
10 3 7 10
Now in his second year at Harvard, Jack Rathbone has continued to grow and develop. With the Crimson’s best blueliner from last season (Adam Fox now of the New York Rangers) gone Rathbone has been given additional responsibility and so far he has seemed to flourish with it. The Massachusetts native is second on the team in defensive scoring behind Devils prospect Reilly Walsh and is tied for third overall in points on the whole team. Rathbone’s elite skating abilities would sure look great alongside Quinn Hughes and he has the skills that perfectly complement the modern style of game. Fingers crossed Rathbone continues his strong play and makes the jump to the pros with the Canucks sooner rather than later.
Matthew Thiessen (G 192nd overall 2018)
Height: 6'2 Weight: 190 Hometown: Altona, MB
Age: 18
Playing with: University of Maine
GP W L OTL SV% GAA
1 0 1 0 0.500 25.59
So um….. I’m not quite sure what the heck is going on with Matthew Thiessen. After playing in the USHL where he had an up and down season the Manitoba native moved on to the NCAA with the University of Maine where he has so far played a grand total of seven minutes this season, in one game wherein he allowed three goals on six shots. Since this garish game I guess the coaching staff had decided that they had seen enough because Jeremey Swayman a Bruins prospect has played every game for the Black Bears. Thiessen counting stats are obviously brutal, however he has not exactly had a large sample size upon which to draw from. I hope that the coaching staff in Maine do give him another chance this year but things aren’t looking great for the Manitoba native right now, especially with there being so many goalie prospects in the system right now.

Europe

Arvid Costmar (C 215th overall 2019)
Height: 5’11 Weight 181 Hometown: Stockholm, Sweden
Age: 18
Playing with Linkoping HC J20 (SuperElit)
GP G A Pts
17 12 14 26
With Linkoping HC (SHL)
GP G A Pts
3 0 0 0
Here’s another prospect having a strong season. Arvid Costmar was one of the last picks made in the draft. He was described as his draft as a simple but effective forward, who was decent at both ends of the ice. So far in this season he has shown considerable improvement from his draft season playing primarily in the SuperElit U20 Swedish Junior League and his 26 points are tied for first in team scoring. Costmar is looking strong this year and will be pushing to make Sweden’s World Junior Team.
Nils Hoglander (LW 40th overall 2019)
Height: 5’9 Weight: 190 lbs Hometown: Bockstrack, Sweden
Age: 18
Playing with: Rogle BK (SHL)
GP G A Pts
19 6 3 9
When Nils Hoglander was drafted this summer, there was near universal appraise for the skilled Swede. Watching him play, you can see why because the kid oozes skill. This is Hoglander’s 2nd season in the SHL which is very impressive given that he is only 18, and the fact that he is playing in a men’s league is important to remember when you look at his numbers. Hoglander should be in contention to make Sweden’s World Junior Team and is tied for seventh in team scoring despite the fact that he has played fewer games than others on his team. It will be interesting to see what both the team and Hoglander decide to do starting next year, he will likely come over to North America sooner rather than later, and if he hits his potential the Canucks might have an immediate top six forward to plug into their lineup.
Linus Karlsson (F 87th overall 2018, Acquired 2019)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 179 Hometown: Eksjo, Sweden
Age: 19
Playing with: Karlskrona HK (Allsvenskan)
GP G A Pts
31 7 10 17
It seems like Linus Karlsson has been a bit of a forgotten prospect for the Canucks this year. The Swedish forward was acquired last season in a trade for Jonathan Dahlen, and was seen by most as a player with a lower ceiling but higher floor. So far this year Karlsson is third in points on Karlskrona and he is only one point away from tying his career best from last season. Karlsson is a well rounded player, who has a strong instinct for defense and plays a simple but effective overall game.
Artyom Manukyan (RW 186th overall 2018)
Height: 5'7 Weight: 139 Hometown: Omsk, Russia
Age: 21
Playing with: Avangard Omsk (KHL)
GP G A Pts
0 0 0 0
Artyom Manukyan has yet to play a game this season due to an injury he sustained in the pre-season. The small Russian winger played his first full KHL season last year where he appeared in all 62 games for Avangard Omsk and scored 15 points. Updates are difficult to come by for European league injuries so I could not find any information on the nature of the injury nor the expected length of time that he is expected to miss but hopefully he can get back on the ice as soon as possible.
Petrus Palmu (RW 181st 2017)
Height: 5’6 Weight: 179 Hometown: Joensuu, Finland
Age: 22
Playing with: JYP (Liiga)
GP G A Pts
20 8 13 21
After signing his ELC last year, Petrus Palmu found himself struggling with the Comets and after some disagreements between himself and the coaching staff there he decided to return to his native Finland. It was a tough season for Palmu overall, and he played in a reduced role, scoring 18 points in just 29 games. This year, Palmu decided to remain in Finland rather than returning to Utica. In his second professional season Palmu has played much better overall and has already passed last years point totals with 21 points in 20 games. All reports indicate that Palmu is looking like a new player this season and he is playing with the confidence he had when he was tearing up the OHL with Owen Sound. Apparently the team and Palmu’s representatives are in talks to have the diminutive Finn return to Utica when his Liiga season ends in a few months although time will tell if this ever materializes. I think it is definitely best for Palmu’s career to head back over to North America and try and mend fences with the staff in Utica if he wants a legitimate chance to play in the NHL. He does have the skill as he is demonstrating, it is just the question of whether he can put it all together.
Vasili Podkolzin (RW 10th 2019)
Height: 6’1 Weight: 192 lbs Hometown: Moscow, Russia
Age: 18
Playing with: SKA St. Petersburg (KHL)
GP G A Pts
14 0 0 0
With: SKA-Neva St. Petersburg (VHL)
GP G A Pts
16 3 5 8
With: SKA-1946 St. Petersburg (MHL)
GP G A Pts
2 0 4 4
The most recent first round hope for the Vancouver Canucks, Vasili Podkolzin has been living the pinball life of a teenager in Russian pro hockey and so far he has bounced around between the KHL, the MHL (Russia’s AHL), and the VHL (Russia’s Junior League). Podkolzin has made a career high in appearances in the KHL this season suiting up for 14 games. In these games he has yet to tally on the scoreboard although it sounds like he has hardly received any minutes on the always deep SKA team. Down in the VHL Podkolzin is doing okay, scoring 8 points in 16 games on a team with many older players, and in the MHL Podkolzin made a big impact in limited appearances, getting four assists in just two games. Overall as a prospect watcher it has been frustrating to see Podkolzin bounce around so much from team to team and I can imagine it would be difficult to get into any sort of rhythm or build any chemistry with anyone when you are constantly on a different roster. Here in North America we did get to see a bit of him in the Subway Super Series and we will hopefully see even more this holiday season with the World Juniors. Podkolzin has one more year on his KHL contract after this one, so he will almost certainly be in the KHL again next season but hopefully he can start to find some footing and play more regular minutes.
Karel Plasek (RW 175th 2019)
Height: 5’11 Weight: 154 lbs Hometown: Gottwaldov, Czech Republic
Age: 19
Playing with HC Kometa Brno (Czech)
GP G A Pts
22 2 2 4
With HC Prerov (Czech 2)
GP G A Pts
6 0 1 1
Karel Plasek is the Canucks first Czech prospect since Lukas Jasek and like Jasek he has bounced around various Czech leagues throughout this season. The Czech forward has played mostly in the top Czech league with Kometa Brno where he has 4 points in 22 games. It is importnat to remember that he is a teenager playing in a mens league so the point totals might seem unimpressive but the fact that he has played so many games in the top league is a very good sign. Plasek will be in contention to make the Czech World Junior Team as well.
Toni Utunen (D 130th overall 2018)
Height: 5'11 Weight: 170 Hometown: Kokkala, Finland
Age: 19
With Tappara Tampere (Liiga)
GP G A Pts
16 0 3 3
Now in his second full pro season with Tappara Toni Utunen’s game has continued to grow. Utunen is a bit of a hidden gem in the Canucks prospect cabinet but I think he could really be a dark horse moving forward and I liked what I saw from him at prospect camp. Utunen has never been an offensive defenseman but he has already tied his previous season’s point totals in far fewer games. Utunen will likely play on Finland’s World Junior Team once again this year and we will see if he can top his overtime heroics from last time around.
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