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Where Do You Want The Stadium?

  • Manhattan

    Votes: 54 18.4%
  • Queens

    Votes: 83 28.3%
  • Brooklyn

    Votes: 14 4.8%
  • Staten Island

    Votes: 6 2.0%
  • Westchester

    Votes: 18 6.1%
  • The Bronx

    Votes: 105 35.8%
  • Long Island

    Votes: 5 1.7%
  • Dual-Boroughs

    Votes: 3 1.0%
  • Etihad Island

    Votes: 5 1.7%

  • Total voters
    293

FredMertz

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“It comes down to where we need four or six points in our last two games,” Arena said. “I think that’s fine and we’ll get it done.” —Bruce Arena, 10/1/17
What’s this in reference to?
 

SoupInNYC

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Would we cool if we had members on this board part of community board 4 that gets involved in their community and gives us
Updates
Lol, I think I've actually now attended enough Community Board 4 meetings to be able to become a board member (the first meeting I went to, the District Manager mentioned there was a requirement of I think 4 meetings to be attended before being eligible to become a board member - I could be wrong on that actual figure), though members have to be appointed by the Borough President and are supposed to "reside, work, or have some other significant interest in the community." See below from their website.

Membership
Community Boards are local representative bodies. There are 59 throughout the City. Each Board consists of up to 50 unsalaried members appointed by the Borough President, with half nominated by the City Council members who represent the community district. Board members are selected by the City Council person and Borough Presidents from among active, involved people of each community, with an effort made to assure that every neighborhood is represented. Board members must reside, work, or have some other significant interest in the community.
 

sundance

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Lol, I think I've actually now attended enough Community Board 4 meetings to be able to become a board member (the first meeting I went to, the District Manager mentioned there was a requirement of I think 4 meetings to be attended before being eligible to become a board member - I could be wrong on that actual figure), though members have to be appointed by the Borough President and are supposed to "reside, work, or have some other significant interest in the community." See below from their website.

Membership
Community Boards are local representative bodies. There are 59 throughout the City. Each Board consists of up to 50 unsalaried members appointed by the Borough President, with half nominated by the City Council members who represent the community district. Board members are selected by the City Council person and Borough Presidents from among active, involved people of each community, with an effort made to assure that every neighborhood is represented. Board members must reside, work, or have some other significant interest in the community.
Well, I can vouch for the significant interest
 

Jon

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Oct 21, 2016
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Rockland County

JayH

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Oct 2, 2014
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I feel like even a year ago this kind of tweet would generate a dozen pages. I don't know if it's supporters being jaded, less interest in the club, or just less traffic to the forums, but it's very quiet and here.
None of the above.