The same shit just continues over and over again in this ghetto community. Cleanup. Garbage. Cleanup. Garbage. The cycle just keeps going while a useless Queens Borough President and her negligent staff DO NOTHING. And closer to home the black gangsta politicians still are not doing a damn thing about the thug auto body shops keeping their junked and unlicensed vehicles all over Merrick Blvd and the side streets. I have said this many times before, but it is very apparent that someone is being paid off to look the other way and not do anything. I mean where is the 103rd precinct on this issue that has plagued this area for years. Imagine if one of you place your licensed car up on the sidewalk in front of your house for 30 minutes. The 103rd is much better than this, so what is the deal.
From Pamela Hazel, Jamaica resident and community activist:
Well, about two months ago I sent a complaint to lazy, liaison, Boranian. The issue at hand was to clean bushwalk/sidewalk. Her uncaring attitude is evident by the long period before any action is taken. This holds true for many other issues.
Residents had to spend Thanksgiving weekend with a filthy, dangerous sidewalk. The bush was almost waist high with it’s occupants: raccoons, mosquitoes and garbage. Nearby children had to keep clear.
Now the area at the corner of 171st. Place and 107th. Avenue is clean again. In another little while residents will complain again. I will e-mail on the subject again, neighbours will make phone calls again, my comrade will follow-up again. The butcher will take his time again. And so borough president Katz’s inept, disastrous, protocol will gain another episode.
Boranian, you are the person in charge of constituents services; at Katz’s office. Please do your damn, paid job in a timely manner.
Meanwhile, abandoned, smashed-up, vehicles are being placed at 108th. Avenue near Merrick Boulevard, AGAIN. Please call the responsible agency. Some of the vehicles have Virginia plates, others have no plates.
P. Hazel: Social Media Journalist for Justice.