How the Working Group works
To The Editor:
Re “In Chinatown, groups battle over a proposal for a new BID” (news article, Dec. 2):
Rob Hollander is not a “member” of the Chinatown Working Group. He is listed as a “Friend.”
The Chinatown Partnership is a voting member. Wellington Chen has been the co-chairperson of the Economic Development and Revitalization Working Team, and thus has been engaged in the efforts of the Chinatown Working Group from early on.
The levels of endorsement are:
Voting Member: An organization that has endorsed the Chinatown Working Group mission statement. The organization’s appointed representative (including alternates appointed by the organization) will cast the organization’s vote at stated meetings.
Friend: An individual not representing an organization, or an organization/entity/firm that works with the Chinatown Working Group or supplies services, such as consulting, meeting space, etc.
Supporter: An individual not representing an organization, or an organization/entity/firm that may sign petitions, postcards, etc. advocating the mission or subsequent principles.