WOW, A JAMAICA COUNCILMAN, MILLER, ACTUALLY ACTING LIKE A PUBLIC SERVANT – WANTS TO PUT A STOP TO CONSTANT PARKING ON RESIDENTIAL STREETS BY COMMERCIAL VEHICLES

The problem has been that this issue was allowed to fester for so fucking long (like every other damn quality of life issue), especially in places like Jamaica and SE Queens. Knowing that this is such a MAJOR issue in Jamaica, why didn’t Councilman Miller’s predecessor, fat slob Leroy Comrie do something about this, I mean Jabba the Hut was in office as council member for 12 fucking years and never stepped up to the plate on this issue.

Just maybe some folks in Jamaica are finally getting fed up with so much nonsense and are hounding Miller. I mean elected officials just don’t do something good for the community all on their own.

This is a fucking no-brainer, so just pass the fucking legislation, but of course there will be some city council-members on the payroll of trucking companies who will come up with some excuse not to pass it, you know someone like dickhead Ruben Wills, the poster boy for ghetto black leaders who don’t give a shit about black communities.Trucks6.19.16 005

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From Queens Courier:

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With the rise in commercial trucks illegally parking on local streets throughout Queens, one Council Member is looking to help local residents get their streets back.

At the Feb. 15 City Council meeting, Council Member I. Daneek Miller introduced a new piece of legislation called Introduction 1473, which would cut the time that commercial vehicles can park in residential communities in half.

Currently, commercial vehicles can park on residential streets for three hours. If the legislation is passed, that time will be cut down to 90 minutes. Police are making efforts to crack down on illegal commercial vehicle parking, but Miller recognizes how difficult this can be to complete.

“Allowing these vehicles to park for three hours weakens enforcement efforts, particularly when officers’ shifts change and cannot truly account for how long a commercial vehicle has occupied the same spot,” said Miller.

Miller cited airport traffic and the recent reconstruction projects throughout Queens to be a part of the problem.

“This hardship will only be augmented as truck traffic increases from our nearby airports, and from the ongoing construction of new residential projects,” said Miller. “The trucks also remain illegally parked and idling overnight, blocking fire hydrants and creating environmental hazards.”

Introduction 1473 is already gaining support from leadership in Community Boards 12 and 13.

“I completely support the legislation being introduced . . . restricting commercial vehicle parking to 90 minutes on New York City streets,” said Yvonne Reddick, Community Board 12 district manager. “Eighteen wheelers and other commercial vehicles have become a serious nuisance for residents of southeast Queens, parking overnight and during daytime hours on our local streets.”

“There are too many instances when trucks – both box and 18-wheelers – are parked overnight within the confines of Queens Community Board 13,” said Mark McMillan, Community Board 13 district manager. “Our streets are not built to accommodate truck parking, and it constitutes an infringement on the quiet enjoyment of the homes in our communities.”Trucks6.19.16 006

 

WHERE IS COMMUNITY BOARD 12 & ELECTED OFFICIALS LIKE KATZ, MILLER, COMRIE, HYDNMAN, DONOVAN & SANDERS AS MERRICK BLVD TURNS INTO THE NEW WILLETS POINT JUNK YARD

Shame on each and every single one of you for NOT addressing this issue which has been going on for a long time and gets worse with each passing day. How can you even call yourself public servants, “leaders” or even care for the community when this is going on right in front of your eyes and some of you have your offices right there like Miller and Hyndman.

Would you see this on Queens Blvd in Forest Hills or in Park Slope, so why see it here. This is even worse than Willets Point, since Willets Points was not smack in the middle of homes, apartments, parks, senior citizens apartment and the highly praised Flake Temple of Cash. THANKS for your contribution to keep Jamaica GHETTO and continuing the concept of black communities are TRASHED. You all have NO BALLS and are so spineless, it is pathetic. I have YET heard one of you address or even bring up this MAJOR Quality of life issue right in your own backyard.

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This bus had to move into another lane due to auto body shop blocking the lane.

This bus had to move into another lane due to auto body shop blocking the lane.

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Nice job of hiding his face. Asshole.

Nice job of hiding his face. Asshole.

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ASS-KISSING SE QUEENS POLITICAL GANGSTAS ENDORE DEBLASIO: COMRIE STATES ” HE HAS BEEN VERY RESPONSIVE TO THE NEEDS OF SE QUEENS” – ARE YOU FUCKING KIDDING ME

Useless do nothing Senator Leroy Comrie

Useless do nothing Senator Leroy Comrie

Every time I think the ebony clown posse political gangstas of SE Queens can sink any lower or do something dumber than before, they sink lower and do even dumber shit.

The clown posse of City Councilman I. Daneek Miller, state senators James Sanders Jr., Leroy Comrie and state assembly members Alicia Hyndman and Clyde Vanel threw their support for the mayor’s re-election bid during Sunday services at two churches (It figures, always in some fucking church). AND Comrie, the leader in this three ring political circus stated:

“I know Bill de Blasio has been very responsive to the needs of Southeast Queens and, therefore, I believe that Bill de Blasio should be re-elected as mayor of the city of New York.”

FUCKING REALLY, how about talking to some of the residents in the community and not the ass-kissing church sheeple who think these clowns walk on water or the folks who have just become used to the poor quality of life thrust upon them. ASK those who know, ask those who care, ask those who have been documenting the same major quality of life issues for years and then tell me how fucking responsive dumBlasio has really been to SE Queens. Since he took office, there have been more hotel shelters dumped in SE Queens and more hotels converted to full shelters or partial shelters. Vision Zero continues to be a bust in the dirty SE Queens with the continuous illegal truck driving on residential streets 24/7, the illegal parking of large tractor trailer trucks on our streets in and in the LIRR tunnels/overpasses and auto body shops continue their illegal practice of turning streets & sidewalks into storage for junked and unlicensed vehicles not too mention how Merrick Blvd is becoming the “new” Willets Point and also dangerous with these shops completely blocking the right hand lane of Merrick Blvd between 104th and 110th Avenue. Illegal conversions are in full swing. Our streets look like some battle torn third world country. Flooding continues, which has been an issue for decades and let’s not forget all the fucking garbage and litter which make this community one of the filthiest. Oh and Jamaica Center Station, LIRR/Sutphin Blvd station & 179th Street Station have become homeless encampments and hot beds for criminal activity.

So yeah Comrie, dumBlasio has been as responsive as your fat ass. AND this is why Jamaica and SE Queens looks the way it does. DELUSIONAL “leaders”.

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The James Fobb Estate

The James Fobb Estate

Seagull River in SE Queens

Seagull River in SE Queens

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Huge pile of cement has been like this for over five years.

Huge pile of cement has been like this for over five years.

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LIRR under Van Wyck

LIRR under Van Wyck

Elderly man's legs are crushed by dangerous tractor trailer truck in downtown Jamaica, Friday (7.8.6) due to chronic neglect by elected officials and city agencies.

Elderly man’s legs are crushed by dangerous tractor trailer truck in downtown Jamaica, Friday (7.8.6) due to chronic neglect by elected officials and city agencies.

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I mean only fucking ghetto savages live like this and black communities wonder why no one respects those communities. I mean come, on look how some folks live.

I mean only fucking ghetto savages live like this and black communities wonder why no one respects those communities. I mean come, on look how some folks live.

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Parked all last weekend from Friday thru Monday.

Parked all last weekend from Friday thru Monday.

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This bus had to move into another lane due to auto body shop blocking the lane.

This bus had to move into another lane due to auto body shop blocking the lane.

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The future of Jamaica

The future of Jamaica

Jamaica Center Station

Jamaica Center Station

Jamaica Center E train. Does he look like he missed a meal and is skin and bones.

Jamaica Center E train. Does he look like he missed a meal and is skin and bones.

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From AM New York:

deblasioOn Sunday, five southeast Queens officials endorsed Mayor Bill de Blasio for re-election.

 

A WHO’S WHO OF TOTAL CRAP QUEENS LEADERS GATHERING FOR A PHOTO-OP, SOMETHING THEY DO VERY WELL

Damn, talk about you AXIS OF INCOMPETENCY, CORRUPTION, ASSHOLES & CRAP. I am surprised there are not several dozens of horseflies in the room.

Queens District Attorney’s Legislative Breakfast

I was pleased to join my Queens colleagues in government at District Attorney Richard Brown’s Legislative Breakfast.  Criminal justice and law enforcement policy is ever-evolving, but it’s important that we  keep the lines of communication open to  facilitate the development of fair, common-sense policies that truly serve and protect our residents .

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WHY SHIT DOES NOT GET DONE IN LOCAL POLITICS, SO IS THERE REALLY A POINT IN HAVING LOCAL ELECTED OFFICIALS

Folks, I am just running out of shit about Jamaica, I think I have pretty much said everything I need to, photographed everything that needed photographed and videotaped enough shit. Probably time to wrap this shit up. In the meantime.

WHY SHIT NEVER GETS DONE WITH LOCAL ELECTED OFFICIALS.

Case in point: Councilman I. Daneek Miller. A little hard to get anything done in a community when one is hopping from one event to another getting photos taken. If I spent a good bit of my day doing that, I would never get anything done and eventually would be fired. So, what does city council actually do every single day……………………………….

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Photo Op: workshop to educate prospective homeowners on how to become a H abitat for Humanity homeowner. Miller (center), Meeks (far left), Lancman (far right)

Photo Op: Miller (2nd to right) an honoree  at  the  Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee’s Winter Pride  event

Photo Op: Miller (2nd to right) an honoree at the Queens Lesbian and Gay Pride Committee’s Winter Pride event

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Photo Op: NYPD Explorers Program. Miller (far right).

107-58 164th Street Jamaica, NY

107-58 164th Street
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WELCOME TO JAMAICA: HOMELESS SHELTER VILLAGE – MORE BULLSHIT AS HOMELESS PUT IN JAMAICA AVE HOTEL BEFORE IT GETS CERTIFICATE OF OCCUPANCY

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This article was from back in October 2016, but for some reason I seemed to have missed it. BUT anyway, more hotels being turned into homeless shelters under very shady ways.

How can the powers that be talk about the “revitalization” of Jamaica when every other day, another homeless shelter or supportive housing or drug clinic gets dumped into this community, where the majority of the people going into these places are not even from the community.

JAMAICA: Going from GHETTO to Homeless Shelter Village, either way this community is CRAP and gets more crappier as they talk more about “revitalization”

 A new hotel in Jamaica is currently used by the city to house homeless families.

A new hotel in Jamaica is currently used by the city to house homeless families.View Full Caption

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From DNAInfo New York:

Homeless Put in Jamaica Hotel Before It Gets Certificate Of Occupancy: Docs

By  Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska and Katie Honan | October 7, 2016 5:06pm | Updated on October 9, 2016 2:04pm

 A new hotel in Jamaica is currently used by the city to house homeless families.

A new hotel in Jamaica is currently used by the city to house homeless families.View Full Caption

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QUEENS — The city violated housing regulations by rushing homeless families into a new hotel on Jamaica Avenue before the necessary paperwork was completed, documents posted on the Department of Building’s website indicate.

The Department of Homeless Services confirmed to DNAinfo New York that it is currently renting rooms to house homeless families with children at the brand-new building at the intersection of Jamaica Avenue and 183rd Street which does not have any logo nor a reception area.

But neighbors, who said they were never informed that the building would be used to house the homeless, said that the city started placing families there before the building was even completed, they said.

 The hotel received its Temporary Certificate of Occupancy on Sept. 28, according to city records.

However residents said they first saw families being placed at the hotel on Sept. 11, and number of complaints about the issue that pre-date the certificate of occupancy were also posted on the DOB’s website.

On Sept. 19, one person called the city and said “people are moving in but front entrance is not open, people are going through the side entrance” and another reported “load of [SIC] buses of children” at the hotel.

On Sept. 22, still another person claimed that “there is a hotel with people living on the premises and there appears to be no certificate of occupancy.”

According to the DOB’s website, “no one may legally occupy a building until the Department has issued a Certificate of Occupancy or Temporary Certificate of Occupancy,” which states “a building’s legal use and/or type of permitted occupancy.”

The city downplayed the issue saying that the life safety systems at the hotel had been inspected and signed off before Sept. 28.

The owner of the property did not immediately return a phone call seeking comment.

Neighbors and local officials complained that they felt ignored by the city.

“If I knew before that the shelter was going to open here I would do something,” said Fillah Kazi, who bought a house in the area four years ago.

In September, the operator of a Maspeth Holiday Inn slated to be converted into a homeless shelter backed away from his agreement with the city following ferocious opposition from the community.

Local Councilman Daneek Miller was also upset about the decision to house homeless families at the Jamaica Avenue hotel.

“My office remains opposed to any new shelters being placed within the district, particularly the disingenuous way this one was opened without any public notice,” he said. “Whether it is temporary or not, transparency is critical to ensure our goal of equitable housing for homeless across the City.”

Yvonne Reddick, district manager for Community Board 12, told DNAinfo that the DHS is supposed to inform community boards before using hotels for housing. However she only found out about the changes to the Jamaica Avenue building after the community began complaining about it.

She went to say that the board has “nothing against homelessness because at the end of the day any of us could be homeless, but everyone should get their fair share.”

To Reddick’s knowledge CB12, which includes Jamaica, Hollis, St. Albans and Springfield Gardens, currently has 11 shelters and eight hotels that are used to house homeless people, “the most in the borough of Queens.”

Two years ago, when the board had 10 shelters, it passed a resolution requesting a moratorium on building or expanding homeless shelters in the area. There were 22 shelters in Queens at the time.

DHS was not able to immediately provide the number of shelters currently in the area.

The agency said it began renting rooms at the hotel to deal with growing numbers of homeless people in the city.

“Each day, we are tasked with determining how to meet the City’s legal obligation to house tens of thousands of homeless New Yorkers, including families with children, who would otherwise be on the street,” Lauren Gray, a spokeswoman for the Department of Homeless Services, said in an email to DNAinfo. “We are using commercial hotels as a bridge while we work to open new shelters across the city.”

There were nearly 60,000 residents in the city’s shelter system as of early October, the agency said.

“It used to be a quiet area, but now every day there is police, ambulances and fire trucks coming to this place,” said a neighbor who did not want his name to be used. He said he and his family lived and operated a small business in the area for about three decades.

“This is our neighborhood, we worked for this neighborhood,” he added. “They never even asked us if it’s OK to open it here.”

I MEAN REALLY, DO THE ASSHOLE GHETTO JAMAICA ELECTED OFFICIALS REALLY NEED TO HOLD A PRESS CONFERENCE FOR DOT PAVING JAMAICA AVENUE – IT IS THEIR FUCKING JOB

What a bunch of ghetto ass black gangster Jamaica politicians. I mean why the fuck does this need a press conference. Christ the bar is so fucking low in this community.

ASSHOLES. Try to rise up at least a notch from the ghetto basement.

And of course the biggest fucking waste of flesh, Leroy Comrie, is a the head of this foolishness.

Useless do nothing Senator Leroy Comrie

Useless do nothing Senator Leroy Comrie

Fuck, what more can I say, fucking total imbeciles BUT on our fucking dime.

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From Queens Crap:

Tuesday, December 20, 2016

They’d hold a ribbon cutting for a flea market

Only in Queens do politicians hold press conferences – podium and all – to announce that basic road repairs have been completed. A press statement would have sufficed.

From the Times Ledger