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The Amazon was full of “Mean Girls.”
While the e-commerce giant is troubled HQ2 press, New York, in the Amazon, with a burn book, that has been cataloged, the insults and the criticism that is lobbed in her direction.
According to The Wall Street Journal, which reviewed a copy of the personal records, there were entries for a half-a-dozen politicians and civil servants who had become a drag on the company’s ambitious plans for a massive campus of 25,000 high-paying jobs in the Long Island City waterfront in exchange for $3 billion in grants.
State Sen. Mike Gianaris, a Democrat whose district included the planned second building, it had a burn book entry.
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“We were not elected to serve as Amazon’s drones,” Mr. Gianaris wrote in a statement sent out with the view of the City and is a Member of the Board of Jimmy, Of Bramer, before the deal was even officially announced. That was in the book, according to The Journal.
The protesters live in the New York City Council Finance Committee hearing on the title in the Amazon, HQ2, Phase 2: the Amazon is Going to Deliver for New York City Residents?’ at the city Hall back in late January. (Photo by Drew Angerer/Getty Images)
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Gianaris was later appointed as a member of the public Authorities Control Board, a position which is, in essence, gave him the power of veto on the part of the government grants Amazon received as part of the deal.
On Wednesday afternoon, Gianaris responded to the Journal’s account of the fire, book in with a shout, with the words ” Mean Girls.”
In the mean time, Stuart Appelbaum, president of the Retail, Wholesale and department store Union, had its own section in the file. The Journal reported in a format similar to that which is stated in his speech that he was to be given to the members in January. In the speech, he said, “It’s a beautiful day in New York city, but it is not so cold as to be Jeff Bezos’ heart.”
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