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Green Party NYS SC meeting

NEXT STATE COMMITTEE MEETING OF GPNYS

Saturday, May 19th
Registration starts at 9 am.
Village Hall, 25 Plattekill Avenue, New Paltz.
See directions below.

Enrolled Greens may address the State Committee during the “Enrollee Speak out” before the meeting is called to order.

Please note that proposals for consideration at the meeting must have 7 State Comitteemember co-sponsors and be postmarked by April 19. (30 days before the meeting). Petitions for vacant SC seats must also be postmarked on April 19.

For more information, contact local State Committee representatives Ian & Kimberly Wilder at ian.wilder@yahoo.com

25 Plattekill Avenue, New Paltz, NY 12561.

  1. Take NYS Thruway Exit 18
  2. Make a left out of the toll booth at the Hess Station.
  3. Follow straight down through 2 lights;
  4. At the 3rd light, make a left (M&T Bank, shopping center, auto body shop and Middle School are on the 4 corners).
  5. The road is Manheim Blvd./Rte. 32S.
  6. Then make a right on Plattekill Ave.
  7. Follow through an awkward 3-way stop.
  8. Village Hall is right there with a blue door.

If you miss the left at the intersection, continue to follow the road down and make a left at Starbucks. This is the bottom of Plattekill Ave. and Village Hall will be on your right.

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