From Sheepshead Bites:
Queens State Senator Tony Avella has introduced a bill that would establish a two-year moratorium on the state Department of Environmental Conservation’s plan to eliminate 2,200 mute swans – the same scenic species that populates Sheepshead Bay’s marina. Local Assemblyman Steven Cymbrowitz announced today that he will follow suit with an Assembly version, having previously spoken out on the issue.
The Senate bill has been referred to the Senate’s environmental conservation committee.
Friday, February 14, 2014
Bill introduced to stop swan slaughter
Posted by Queens Crapper at 12:23 AM
Labels: DEC, legislation, moratorium, mute swans, Steven Cymbrowitz, Tony Avella
Geez. Someone is finally doing something right.
Tony is the only politician that actually listens to the people and does something about it!!!
Tony for mayor, then governor!
Thanks Tony from all the animal lovers!
Seems a little strange.
We have no problems slaughtering unborn human beings....but damn it, leave the swans alone!
Tony Avella for President!
Great news! Let us know any updates and if there is anything us residents can do.
Hey Mr. A Better NYC -
I'm sure you're a man.
The operative word is unborn. And HELL YES - the earth is way too overpopulated! More swans, less human spawn! Take a trip to Main Street.
I once say a mug that read "If men could get pregnant, abortion would be a sacrament."
Mine says "Ban viagra, not abortions!"
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