I foresee a year of growth and opportunity for Lower Manhattan in 2012. [This] year, the world watched as we joined together to remember the 10th anniversary of the attacks of Sept. 11, 2001. After the attacks, people said our community would never recover. But today, we are stronger than ever.
In 2012, we will continue to develop into a dynamic, forward-looking neighborhood that attracts the best talent and innovation from all over the world. Our residential population will keep growing in the years ahead. As such, the residents of Lower Manhattan need to fight for their fair share. We all have to join together and organize in order to get the services and support this community deserves…I look forward to representing Lower Manhattan on the City Council in 2012 and, as always, I am humbled and honored to serve this community.
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