Chad Marlow

Why Doesn’t CB3 Want to Talk About the Comprehensive Alcohol Outlet Density Resolution?

Posted January 24, 2018 at 9:44 am

For a community board whose district is overrun with liquor licenses and quality-of-life fallout, it’s somewhat striking why its leaders wouldn’t stand behind a draft resolution that attacks the issue head-on. Nevertheless, that appears to be the state of affairs at Community Board 3; same old, same, old. At stake is a resolution that the […]

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Chad Marlow Resigns from CB3 After Removal from Committee Chair Position Over Liquor Density Fight

Posted January 22, 2018 at 9:19 am

Newly appointed Community Board 3 chair Alysha Lewis Coleman stepped into controversy last week when she reportedly sacked member Chad Marlow from his post as Transportation committee chair, a seat he’s held for little more than a year and a half. And today he is completely resigning from the advisory board. The major bone of […]

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5 Questions with Chad Marlow on the Innerworkings and Alleged Corruption of CB3 [INTERVIEW]

Posted July 7, 2015 at 9:22 am

After publishing the second installment of Erin Harvey’s op-ed examining the relationship between Sheldon Silver and Community Board 3, we thought it prudent to field a response from Gigi Li’s opponent in the 2014 chairperson election, board member Chad Marlow. Below are some choice excerpts from our interview. Bowery Boogie: Harvey’s piece opines that former […]

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Chair Gigi Li Defeats Chad Marlow to Continue Reign Over CB3

Posted June 25, 2014 at 5:00 am

For Community Board 3, a broken chair remains as such. At least for another year. At the full board meeting last night, members voted in favor of incumbent Chair Gigi Li over challenger Chad Marlow. Ballots collected resulted in a 31-15 decision. Sport was in the air, so a coin was flipped by newcomer Enrique Cruz (of […]

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The Villager Endorses Chad Marlow to Replace CB3 Chair Gigi Li

Posted June 24, 2014 at 10:00 am

The Villager came out to endorse change atop Community Board 3. In its currently issue, the weekly paper argues that the time is now to get rid of Chair Gigi Li, and instead install member-challenger Chad Marlow. In a year wrought with hyperlocal scandals – suspending the LES Dwellers, alleged racial insensitivity on her part, […]

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Chad Marlow Challenging Incumbent Gigi Li for CB3 Chair Position

Posted May 30, 2014 at 5:03 am

  Gigi Li is fighting for her seat as Chair of Community Board 3. A cloud of controversy has followed her four years in the position, the latest of which being accusations from other members of racial insensitivity. The challenger – Chad Marlow – will look to knock off Li next month in her second-term re-election […]

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‘Beastie Boys Square’ Co-Naming of Ludlow and Rivington is Denied by CB3

Posted March 12, 2014 at 5:00 am

“Beastie Boys Square” will not be rocking this party eight days a week. LeRoy McCarthy was dealt a fatal blow last night in his crusade to co-name the corner of Ludlow and Rivington “Beastie Boys Square.” The deck is certainly stacked against the applicant now that the transportation subcommittee of Community Board 3 voted to […]

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Petition to Co-Name ‘Sol Moscot Way’ is Withdrawn

Last modified February 13, 2015 at 12:09 am

What seemed an easy-peasy co-naming application for Community Board 3 was not. Also heard at the Transportation subcommittee meeting last night was the petition to name the southeast corner of Orchard and Delancey “Sol Moscot Way.” Team MOSCOT rallied the troops to the meeting, including fourth-generation owner Dr. Harvey Moscot, his son-successor Zack, and a […]

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Sure Shot: CB3 Reinstates ‘Beastie Boys Square’ Application to March Agenda

Last modified February 12, 2014 at 12:03 am

Regardless of your stance on street co-namings, or if “Beastie Boys Square” should become a reality, the larger story about its denial last week is really about alleged abuses of power by Community Board 3. Chad Marlow, the sole negatory vote during the January full board meeting, voiced his opinion on the matter immediately thereafter. […]

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