O'Dwyer reps in Westhampton Beach last night presented documents and gave an oral presentation of arguments against a planned local eruv religious barrier to the trustees at one of their regular meetings.
The Jewish Daily Forward carried a story yesterday by Michael Kaminer that had partial quotes of mine that sound intemperate. I had sent Michael an email with my full sentiments on this issue and asked that those quotes be used and not any informal remarks.
Ellen Moran, former executive VP of Emily's List (fund-raising organization for female Democratic candidates) and communications director in the Obama White House, is moving to head Hill+Knowlton's Washington office.
Aramark's senior VP of corporate communications will head the World Meeting of Families and Archdiocese of Philadelphia's communications committee as it prepares to host Pope Francis and millions of visitors.
Kristina Moore, senior counsel for the US Senate Committee on Environment and Public Works, and Brian Grove, a public and private sector energy advisor, have joined FTI Consulting as a managing directors in its energy & natural resources unit.
A federal court ruled in 1985 that a cross of lights on a Greenwich firehouse during Christmas time had to come down because it was too "religious." Same principle should apply to eruvim in Westhampton Beach and elsewhere.
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