The incident Tshaka referred to occurred after he wrote a letter to Borough President Claire Shulman in June accusing CB 11 of racism in how it has handled its zoning decisions throughout the past 20 years in southern Bayside, an ethnically diverse area.
During the July meeting after Tshaka and East Bayside Homeowners Association President Frank Skala had left, CB 11 member Sidney Abelson stood up and refuted Tshaka
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