VACANT HOMES POSE SERIOUS THREATS AND LEADERS HAVE NOT ADDRESSED THIS ISSUE

It is amazing how many serious quality of life issues our leader in this community refuse to address. They have dragged their feet on the major garbage issue and to this day still have not come up with any type of action plan. They have not addressed the auto body shop issue of placing smashed and unlicensed cars on residential streets, but thankfully Sgt Cedillo and The Untouchable from the 103rd precinct have gone nuclear on this major problem and have addressed this and come up with solutions without the help of our useless leaders.

Another major issue and a pretty serious one is the problem of vacant homes, many which have been used as illegal dumping sites and a bigger problem, is the breaking into some of these homes that are not adequately sealed up to stop vandalism, stealing of copper and other items in the house, illegal activities and squatting. The squatting causes a serious problem that can affect others living near these houses since fires can start real easily and then spread to neighboring houses.

The notorious James Fobb house known for illegal dumping and criminal activity.

The notorious James Fobb house known for illegal dumping and criminal activity.

The notorious James Fobb house at 107-64 165th St has not only been used as a dumping ground for all types of garbage, but neighbors in the area have stated that the house has been entered many times by prostitutes, crack addicts and other individuals engaged in shady activity due to it being easily accessible since the back door is pretty much a piece of rotting plywood with a lock that is easily broken into.

Another vacant house since last year is located at 170-12 89th Avenue (right around the corner from me). Not only is garbage being dumped in the front yard, but the flimsy basement door has been broken at the bottom for  on April 9th. I reported it, then on April 21st, I noticed that the door was completely taken of its hinges and put upside down. ???????????????????????????????

On April 24th, the basement door was completely gone???????????????????????????????

and  the front door was wide open that I was able to go inside. All I had to do was drop a match inside and poof. The storm door will not even lock since the handle is broken off.Garbage 4.24.14 003

Since this house is one of several attached houses on this block and all are wooden homes, a fire starting in this vacant home in the middle of the night can pose a major hazardous situation for all the other homes, putting people’s lives in danger.???????????????????????????????

This issue has been reported including to the Department of Buildings, but as of now this vacant house is easy to get into from both the basement and the front door.

It is time for our elected and community leaders to once and for all address this very serious problem in our community before something really bad happens. Last year, in the area,  a vacant home caught fire because of squatters, in another vacant home a body was found and another in the area was a den of major drug dealing.

Time to step up to the plate and address this issue once and for all. So Katz, Comrie, Wills and all you other leaders in the community, address the damn problem! We have some people doing some bad shit to this community and on the other hand we have leaders who aren’t doing shit. A bad combination not matter how you spin it.

so yet again, another major issue in a community of color that does not get addressed or solutions found. Ironic, that all of our Jamaica leaders are people of color.

I am so amazed at how many big quality of life issues are being ignored in this community by so-called leaders. How can you even call yourself leaders, when you all have done so little for the community, except when it is time to do a photo-op, then you all come out of the woodwork like cock roaches.

THE LADIES OF JAMAICA BUST THEIR ASSES CLEANING UP GARBAGE AND ELECTED LEADERS REFUSE TO DO THEIR PART

???????????????????????????????As you are aware of from me reporting this, but a group of women from Jamaica spent the Saturday before Easter cleaning up all of the garbage, food, bottles, cans, etc from the vacant James Fobb house and putting into about a dozen garbage bags for pick up (since our leaders have refused to address this issue or take any steps), BUT, the Queens Borough President’s Office feels no obligation to make sure these garbage bags are picked up. Here is what one of the women, Pamela Hazel, friend, comrade-in-arms and community activist reports on the useless administration of Melinda Katz and their response after the ladies did all the hard work, while Katz and her cronies were enjoying their day off.

Women of Jamaica take matters into their own hands concerning a garbage strewn vacant home.

Women of Jamaica take matters into their own hands concerning a garbage strewn vacant home.

From Pamela Hazel:

I called Ms. Boranian/ liaison at the borough president’s office several times yesterday and today, (4/23/14). The purpose of my calls was to find out when the garbage will be removed from James Fobb’s  location at 107-58  164th Street.
Ms. Boranian told me that the situation is no longer a health hazard because we (team P/J and supporters) cleaned- up and contained the garbage in bags.
She continued, that the case was referred to the health department. Thereafter, the health department will give sanitation the “RIGHT” to go on “private property” to remove the garbage. This, she said can take about a week.
As the -enigma- continued, I told her that Mr. La Mura secured that “RIGHT” LAST YEAR for the same problem.
To residents who are calling team P/J, for an update, you can call Ms. Boranian at (718) 286-2669  your self.
 Maybe, she can expound on this enigma.
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Typical BULLSHIT from useless lazy leaders collecting paychecks that me and of you reading this pay for. So give Ms. Boranian a call at 718-286-2669 and give her a piece of your mind (like I did) and ask why they are dragging their feet on this situation.

BLACK FEMALES DO THE JOB THAT OUR LAZY, USELESS MALE LEADERS WILL NOT DO

This past Easter weekend, a group of female residents from Jamaica, including my friend, comrade-in-arms and community activist, Pamela Hazel, rolled up their sleeves, with gloves and face mask and shovels and brooms in  tow cleaning up a notorious garbage strewn vacant house (107-58 164th St) that has been used a garbage dump that our so-called leaders just have refused to address.

More of the James Fobb vacant house courtesy of our low class ghetto slobs who love living in their own shit. Hell, even animals don't live in their own shit, so what does that make these folks, sub-animals.

Our male leaders have been aware of this for a couple of years, but are still doing jack shit in regards to this, so this group of females took matters into their own hand and cleaned this up because they did not want to have to see this mess for Easter.

Our lazy, useless local leaders are the equivalent of some of the young males in the community who hangout 24/7 in front of delis doing jack shit.

You have to give a hand to BLACK FEMALE POWER, because there certainly is not any Male Power going on currently.

BLACK FEMALE POWER

BLACK FEMALE POWER

Watch BLACK FEMALE POWER in action. For shame you useless male leaders.

http://youtu.be/kJrPKKCiNV8

APRIL 22 EARTH DAY & JAMAICA LOOKS LIKE A GARBAGE STREWN DUMP

Today, April 22nd is Earth Day, which I doubt that many residents of Jamaica do not even know, I mean 1/3 cannot speak English, 1/3 speak it poorly, some can name all of The Housewives of Atlanta but probably could not tell you who the Vice-President of the United States is, some hang out in front of delis 24/7 and think that is a career option and of course many are just plain fucking low class ghetto slobs who have helped make the community of Jamaica, which has such an amazingly rich history, one big ghetto garbage dump.???????????????????????????????

On Easter driving along Merrick Blvd, the small parking lot belonging to the Flake’s Church, had garbage piled sky high in front of it (garbage that had been dumped for weeks), while the church goers in their fancy Easter best walked by like it was nothing. Taking little Teddy for a walk in Roy Wilkins Park, garbage was tossed all over including a dirty diaper (that he made a B line to) that some extremely low-ghetto slob threw on the ground, even though there are plenty of garbage cans around. In fact from what I saw and have been seeing, Roy Wilkins Park has been looking pretty garbage like lately.???????????????????????????????

Bottom line, today is Earth Day and the community of Jamaica is a BIG FUCKING GARBAGE DUMP, thanks to low-class ghetto slobs, low-class immigrant slobs and totally useless, lazy fucking elected leaders and tons of useless church leaders that just care about filling their collection plates.???????????????????????????????

In front of one of Rev. Floyd Flake's parking lots directly across from his church, Greater Allen AME Church

Jn front of one of Rev. Floyd Flake’s parking lots directly across from his church, Greater Allen AME Church

So Happy Earth Day and a BIG FUCK YOU to all you ghetto slobs and lazy ass leaders.earth-day-1

I GUESS IT PAYS TO BE A LOCAL ELECTED POLITICIAN: FREE EATS

Not only do our local elected officials pretty much do jack shit for the community of Jamaica, but they get paid a handsome salary, great health insurance, pension, great benefits and great perks, like eating for free in restaurants in other districts with their dates (But then again you will find very little quality restaurants in our community, because it is a shit hole filled with garbage, low-class folks and useless elected leaders getting free meals).

From Queens Crap:

Machine membership has its privileges

 “Last summer, I heard that Gordon Ramsay was going to film a show at a Greek restaurant in my neighborhood called Kati Allo on Francis Lewis Boulevard near 29th Avenue. I go to the excellent Italian place at the corner that opened a few years ago – Capriccio – fairly often but have never been to the Greek place. Kitchen Nightmares actually had an application for local residents who wanted to try the restaurant before and after it would change, so I filled one out. I was not picked, but take a look who was: former Councilmember / current Deputy BP Leroy Comrie who represented Jamaica/Hollis/St. Albans and Councilmember Ruben Wills who currently represents South Jamaica/South Ozone Park.

Former Jamaica Councilman and now Queens Borough President Deputy President Leroy Comrie, his wife and Councilman Ruben Wills getting free eats.

Former Jamaica Councilman and now Queens Borough President Deputy President Leroy Comrie, his wife and Councilman Ruben Wills getting free eats.

I guess I wasn’t politically connected enough to the Queens Machine to make the cut.”

- North Flushing resident

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Hell Willis, you should have given up your two seats to some of the homeless people you are always talking about helping.
Also instead of both of you stuffing your fucking faces with free food in another district, how about working on the fucking garbage problem in Jamaica, starting with the mounds of garbage at the vacant lot next to 107-02 165th St and in front of Rev. Floyd Flake’s church parking lot on Merrick Blvd.  Riding by on Easter Sunday, while people were coming out of church, a gigantic mound of garbage has been dumped there, which looks like it has been sitting for weeks.You mean not one of the thousands of church goers who went by this mentioned this to someone. And what about the Flakes, they know shit is being dumped there. DO FUCKING SOMETHING.
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This is nothing compared to what it looked like on Easter Sunday. Jesus H. Christ!

This is nothing compared to what it looked like on Easter Sunday. Jesus H. Christ!

 

VIDEO: OUR LEADERS AREN’T DOING THEIR JOBS, SO SOME WOMEN OF JAMAICA TAKE MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS

A beautiful Easter weekend, sunny skies and warm temperatures, but here in Jamaica garbage prevails as always, while our local leaders as usual drag their feet and asses on this horrendous garbage problem that plagues our community, posses a health risk, devalues property values and affects quality of life in such a negative way.

???????????????????????????????Well,  some ladies of Jamaica, including friend, comrade-in-arms and community activist, Pamela Hazel, have taken matters in their own hands to clean up a notorious dumping ground that has been a major eyesore for years, while local politicians and leaders twiddle their thumbs.  At the corner of 108th and 164th St, sits a vacant house owned by James Fobb, that has been not only a big dumping ground for garbage, but a place for homeless and criminals to go inside according to residents.

The Notorious Drug Dealing Deli, now shut down by police.

The Notorious Drug Dealing Deli, now shut down by police.

Recently a notorious deli nearby on the corner of 108th/Guy Brewer was shut down for drug dealing (a common thing with many of Jamaica’s delis). Well, before it was shut down, the owner of the deli dumped all their garbage including bread, food, sandwiches, canned goods, milk crates and other items onto the property of the vacant lot.???????????????????????????????

Fobb House CleaningSince their calls to leaders about cleaning this up have fallen on deaf and dumb ears (not too mention all the lame excuses they have to hear, like “private property”), they decided to roll up their sleeves, put their masks and gloves on and clean this eyesore up. As Pamela puts it, they did not want to see the eyesore this Easter weekend.??????????????????????????????????????????????????????????????So while leaders like Councilman Ruben Wills “talk” about some kind of garbage bill that he is sponsoring, these ladies are getting their hands dirty and actually doing a little something called ACTION. You so-called leaders might want to take notes.

The below 10 minute video shows their efforts and some strong words about our lazy ass elected leaders, including Queens Borough President Melinda Katz.

http://youtu.be/kJrPKKCiNV8

 

 

 

COMING SOON: THE VIDEO TO SHAME OUR ELECTED LEADERS SHOWING THE WOMEN OF JAMAICA TAKING MATTERS INTO THEIR OWN HANDS

coming attractions

The video to shame (yet again) our local elected leaders as a group of  Jamaica women home owners do the jobs that our leaders are refusing to do and give them a piece of their mind  as well.

Coming Soon: Friend, Comrade and community activist and other women of Jamaica give it to our local leaders with  both  barrels.

Coming Soon: Friend, Comrade and community activist and other women of Jamaica give it to our local leaders with both barrels.

Women of Jamaica take matters into their own hands concerning a garbage strewn vacant home that leaders still have not addressed.

Women of Jamaica take matters into their own hands concerning a garbage strewn vacant home.