Wednesday, February 08, 2006
What You Can Do.
Tourists from all parts of the world are the mainstay of the carriage horse industry, so no matter where you are from, your voice can make a difference on this issue. Please sign a petition urging New York City Mayor Michael Bloomberg and the City Council to ban horse drawn carriages from the City of New York to ensure the safety of both people and animals. To have more of an impact, contact Mayor Bloomberg by phone, fax, postal mail or e-mail and politely urge him to follow the compassionate example of other progressive cities that have banned horse drawn carriages.
Mayor Michael R. BloombergCity HallNew York, NY 10007Tel: 212-NEW-YORK (or simply 311 if you are in New York City)Fax: (212) 788-2460E-mail: www.nyc.gov/html/mail/html/mayor.html
You can also contact members of the New York City Council. Click here for their contact information.