FLOODING AT JAMAICA CENTER STATION: MORE NEGLECT IN GHETTO JAMAICA THANKS TO GHETTO THUG ELECTED OFFICIALS

Twelve years as council member knowing this issue as well as many others.

Twelve years as council member knowing this issue as well as many others.

More chronic bullshit in ghetto Jamaica thanks to ghetto useless leaders.

 

From Pamela Hazel, resident and community activist:

Volcanic water at bathroomgate.

Repairs AGAIN at our famous bathroom at the E-train Jamaica Center Station. Remember the bathroom was repaired sixteen times last year. Now If the trend continues, repairs will surpass last year’s racket.

Yesterday, July 11th. was chaotic: water was running rampant, straphangers were tiptoeing to enter and exit the station, MTA employees were directing traffic by sending straphangers around the water, and others were busy closing off the area.

Both bathrooms were closed even though only the women’s bathroom was  volcanic. Water was pouring from under the closed door. One janitor said, “the  drainage is like a volcano, water is gushing out with speed.” He went on to tell me that the superintendent was on the phone trying to get someone to stop the flow.

However, this is ticket # 7112016. I will not be surprised; if the racketeers punctured the drain pipe to cause the flood. The racketeers must created ways to keep their pay cheque afloat.

Meanwhile, I have repeatedly asked Boranian to intervene. Not much has changed, straphangers are still denied the right to use the public bathroom.

Boranian, you are in charge of constituents services; this is yet another request. Please speak to your boss B/P, Katz. Voters are suffering, as inferior services continue at every level of quality-of-life in Jamaica Queens.

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More chronic bullshit in ghetto Jamaica thanks to ghetto useless leaders.

Two comments from two different people thread on Jamaica( http://www.city-data.com/forum/new-york-city/2499940-hottest-neighborhood-nyc-jamaica-queens.html): The next hot neighborhood pretty much sums things up in this awful community:

It’s do whatever you want in Jamaica. Local politicians do not give a crap, and most people in living in the community could care less about quality of life issues in the community because they are ghetto themselves. I just came home from civilized LIC, a morning out with my son in Gantry State Park. Coming home southbound on Woodhaven Blvd when you get to the intersection of Woodhaven and Jamaica Ave, the area just tanks. It’s depressing. You know your back in the Greater Jamaica area when you litter and people without any dignity and self respect walking around. You should go to Yelp and read some of the reviews tourist write about staying at hotels in the area. Some are scared to step out of their rooms. It’s embarrassing. Gonna be interesting to see when these market rate developments go up, because the people moving in are not going to tolerate this ghetto crap.

Of course they happen, but then what’s the point of a program like Vision Zero that is meant to reduce these kinds of egregious incidents? Trucks essentially have free reign to do whatever they like in Jamaica since no organization seems to really want to regulate their movements. Just because accidents happen doesn’t mean that they should happen. And you cite the middle and upper class people in southeastern Queens but these are the same people who sit idly by while all the stuff mentioned throughout this topic (dumping, shootings, illegal conversions, etc.) keep occurring in their neighborhoods. And these are also the same people who keep voting in the same gang of politicians like Comrie and Meeks who have basically ignored the community for many many years. In fact, Jamaica itself isn’t even in the same community board and precinct as more suburban neighborhoods like South Ozone Park, Cambria Heights, and Rosedale, which are where the middle class suburbanites typically reside.  It shouldn’t have to take some real estate developers to improve a neighborhood when its residents have the power to do so.

 

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One thought on “FLOODING AT JAMAICA CENTER STATION: MORE NEGLECT IN GHETTO JAMAICA THANKS TO GHETTO THUG ELECTED OFFICIALS

  1. They should rename the E train, the Eww train. Cause whenever I see that train pulling into a subway station ANYWHERE, in the city that’s my first reaction. ‘strue.

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