Remember all that hippity-doo about Chloe Sevigny wanting to be on Community Board 3? Back in May?
Anyway! The Scoopster remembers! Scoopy followed up with an item on it this week in the East Villager News:
The actress ... still hasn’t applied to Borough President Scott Stringer’s Office to be considered for a board appointment. "We are waiting for the application and we are looking forward to the interview," said Stringer. (All community board applicants are interviewed and screened by a "blue-ribbon panel" created by Stringer.) The B.P. noted that Sevigny — and anyone else who's interested — has until Jan. 15 to apply for the next appointments in April.
Chloe Sevigny doesn't even participate in any of her own block's events, including a unique street fair and a Thanksgiving dinner. She is nowhere to be seen. I can't imagine her being an active community board member.
Grieve, loving your use of the term "hippety-doo." We gotta bring that one back!
Ha! Thanks, anon... Been trying with "two shakes of a lamb's tail," but it's just not catching on again...
Smurf for CB3.
How/where do I apply? Do you know the conditions that have to be met?
Hey anon 10:06.... You can go to the CB3 site for the into... here's a link (PDF)
Maybe if she smokes some schlong she'll get on it. Who here has seen The Brown Bunny?
The so-called "blue-ribbon" panel is composed of groups, many of which are well-known for being shills for developers and landlords (i.e., NYC Partnership) or phony good government groups that support landlord-owned politicians like Peter Vallone, Virginia Fields or Christine Quinn. This is Stringer's way of trying to avoid accountability while appearing to be a reformer.
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