On the same day as the usual suspects of government (local elected officials, community leaders, etc) had shovels in hand for the ground breaking ceremony of the biggest development in Jamaica’s history at Sutphin Blvd and Archer, The Crossing, the OTHER USUAL SUSPECTS (the low-class ghetto slobs) had their garbage ground breaking ceremony a few block north on Sutphin.
NY1 report has Maria, Torres-Springer of Department of Housing Preservation and Development stating in the video
“the units will be affordable to families making as little as $24,000 to others making a moderate middle-class income.”
First off a family that makes $24,000 cannot live in a low moderate city with such a income, why the hell would you be in super expensive NYC, but unless THE CROSSING gives out handbooks called, “The Deconstruction of Ghetto Slobs, How to be Civilized, Respectful & Clean Neighbors in Three Easy Steps” for the folks moving into The Crossing, expect the mess in the photos below.
Putting ghetto slobs into a nice apartment building without changing their behavior is just, well, ghetto slobs in a nice apartment building.
Maybe the crew from Queens Borough Hall and the local elected officials should have taken their shovels after the photo op a few blocks north for some much needed cleaning.
From a Reader: