BULLSHIT ILLEGAL TRUCK PARKING CONTINUES UNABATED IN SOUTH OZONE PARK AND PRETTY MUCH IN ALL OF SE QUEENS

A reader has been sending out this illegal truck parking issue for months that take place in South Ozone Park, but gets very little action (well, pretty much none) from the city. This is so common place in SE Queens that it becomes so frustrating and makes many not even bother to file complaints since so little is ever done about it. NOW, if this took place in Forest Hills, immediate action would take place.

Here in Jamaica, this shit goes on all the time as well with the illegal overnight parking of commercial trucks all over. And  the crazy parking of huge waste tractor trailer trucks in the LIRR overpass tunnels continue in downtown Jamaica in several of these tunnels, Merrick, 168 and 170th still boggles the mind. The issue with this as told to me by the 103rd, that it is not illegal to park (at least not during the day) inside these tunnels, since there are no signs stating NO PARKING. But you would think, especially after 911, that DOT, MTA or whatever else bullshit city agency is involved would put up signs forbidding ANY parking of ANY vehicle in these tunnels since they pose a MAJOR safety issue. BUT then as the 103rd told me, there is the bullshit battle of who exactly is responsible for this, MTA or DOT, since MTA is in charge of the LIRR overpass, but DOT is in charge of the streets and well, the street is inside the LIRR overpass. Typical blame game by two of the most incompetent city agencies and no one wants to take responsibility for such an easily solved problem, PUT UP A FUCKING SIGN.

But even with the overnight illegal parking of these trucks in the tunnels, unless you are filing a  complaint at midnight, little will be done, even though the precincts know damn well, these trucks park all weekend long, because the precincts are ALL AWARE OF THIS ISSUE.

Practice games for terrorist. The 170 LIRR Tunnel in Downtown Jamaica.

ILLEGAL

Just more bullshit and nonsense in the dirty SE Queens.

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From Queens Crap:

Illegal truck parking frustration continues in South Ozone Park

“Hello. This trailer has been sitting here for two weeks, I have done numerous complaints and it seems nothing is being done to address this hazard, maybe when somebody gets into a serious accident because they can not see oncoming traffic something will finally get done , this trailer is located on south conduit ave and 127th street in south ozone park.. this trailer is owned by a place called runway towing located up the block, I will send a separate email about that…” – anonymous


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TWO WEEKS PLUS OF FLOWING HILLSIDE AVENUE RIVER DUE TO IGNORED COMPLAINTS TO CITY AGENCIES & ELECTED OFFICIALS OF WATER LINE BREAK

Over two weeks and counting of the newest Jamaica tourist attraction, Hillside Ave River, which flows due to a water line break, which gets worse each and every day and flows for several blocks starting in front of MTA Bus stop on Hillside Ave (170 & 171st Street), flowing east to 171 St, then going south on 171st to 88 Ave and beyond. Despite numerous filed complaints by various individuals (and myself), plus a few businesses on Hillside affected by this, NO FUCKING ACTION, NONE, ZIP, NADA. Keep in mind that the origin of the break is right directly above the F line subway.

And where is the media on this, Help Me Howard, Mocker, WPIX, Queens Tribune, Queens Chronicle, Queens Press, Times Ledger, I mean over TWO FUCKING WEEKS of this with absolutely no response or attempt to remedy this. And of course where are the MIA elected officials and community boards: Avella, Comrie, Lancman, Miller, Community Board 12, Community Board 8 and what about Public Advocate Tish James. I guess if Bill O’ Reilly was pissing in the origin of the break, maybe she might come out.

UN-FUCKING-BELIEVABLE but far from surprising in the Jamaica community.

Watch the video:

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=eUHsEzrB1Zg&feature=youtu.be

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CELEBRATE EARTH DAY TODAY JAMAICA BY NOT FUCKING TRASHING THE COMMUNITY FOR ONE FUCKING DAY, HELL, ONE FUCKING HOUR

THINK GLOBALLY, ACT LOCALLY. I mean what the fuck, I mean do you actually think we can kill this planet and then take a rocket ship to Mars, where there is NO FUCKING AIR. What happened to all the religious folks, many Republicans and conservatives who believe Earth was created by God. Is this how you should your respect for the Almighty. What hypocrites, but then of course, the definition of religion is HYPOCRISY.

The James Fobb Estate

Practice games for terrorist. The 170 LIRR Tunnel in Downtown Jamaica.

89-64 168 Pl.

IS THIS WHAT TO EXPECT FROM THE JAMAICA TEXAS CHICKEN & BURGER JOINT ON JAMAICA AVE – SEEMS TO BE A MAGNET FOR GHETTO HOOD RATS

I doubt we will see this on this part of Jamaica Ave, but funny how so much ghetto bullshit happens in super expensive hipster Brooklyn. At times it actually makes Jamaica look civilized, well at least in “The Twilight Zone”.

Told you before it was ghetto and placed in ghettoish areas.

Play the video below to see hood rats behaving the usual, fucking badly. And well, they are black as pretty much seems to be the norm anymore for this kind of nonsense in NYC. Whatever happened to the days of Black Pride & Black Power, when did it all take a nasty U-turn to this ghetto bullshit.

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From CBS:

Police Arrest 1 Of 4 Men Wanted In Brooklyn Restaurant Beating

NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) — One of four men who allegedly beat a man inside a Brooklyn restaurant earlier this month is now in custody.

Joseph Molohon, 37, was attacked after he offered to help them pay for their meal at Texas Chicken and Burgers in Flatbush on March 1, police said.

The suspects punched, kicked, and hit him with his cane, causing broken bones, cuts and bruises, police said.

Surveillance video showed someone trying to steal Molohon’s wallet as the victim laid on the floor, police said.

“The wallet was on my other side,” Molohon told CBS2. “I was laying on it and I had almost $1,000 in it. They didn’t get that.”

Kariem Roberts, 21, who lives near the restaurant, has been arrested in connection with the case and charged with gang assault, menacing and four counts of robbery.

COMING TO JAMAICA AVE NEW THEMED EATERY: TEXAS CHICKEN & BURGERS – “ALWAYS FRESH, LOCAL & NATURAL BECAUSE YOU CHASE IT DOWN, KILL IT AND WE PREPARE IT FOR YOU”

Thanks to some readers who gave me the idea. How did this one slip by me, it was SO OBVIOUS.

TEXAS CHICKEN & BURGERS

147-12 Jamaica Ave in beautiful downtown Jamaica. While you are here, pick up some lingerie and sport wear we have in the back with each meal.

100% Beef.

Our Burgers are made of 100% natural, additive-free, and preservative-free beef – always. We maintain a solid and constant commitment to sourcing fresh ingredients from similar-thinking local producers, who deliver our ingredients daily. We always use freshly ground beef, and all-natural lettuce, tomatoes, and pickles- every day.

Our restaurants combine our goals to provide fresh fast food and our dedication towards fulfilling our guest’s satisfaction – whether it’s natural ingredients, or smart value, we always think of our customers first! What started as a dream has become a delicious reality – Keep your eyes open, we are coming to your neighborhood soon!!

So come on down to the Ave soon, where you can pick your own steer at the local slaughterhouse, we let it go and you chase it down in downtown Jamaica, capture it and let us do the rest! Bring the whole family and make it a “FAMILY FUN DAY”.

Hala Live Slaughterhouse (92-56 165th St) right in the middle of downtown Jamaica and yes those are apartment going up across from it.

Downtown Jamaica, third world shithole. UNBELIEVABLE.

The running of the bulls in downtown Jamaica

Aziz Slaughter House (151-24 Beaver Rd) in downtown Jamaica, where another poor creature attempted to escape but eventually died. BARBARIC.

Taste so much better when you chase it down.

QUEENS HOUSING PRICES RISING INCLUDING JAMAICA AND FOLKS WHO TRASHED IT FOR YEARS ARE GOING TO BE PRICED OUT, WELL SHOULD HAVE TAKEN BETTER CARE OF YOUR COMMUNITY INSTEAD OF TURNING INTO A FUCKING GHETTO

In the article below:

A spokeswoman for Neighborhood Housing Services of Jamaica, which caters to middle- and lower-income buyers, said the effect on the agency’s clients has been bad. “They’re being priced out of the market,” she said.

I have said this before as have others, many of the residents & asshole elected officials and community leaders like the religious sect, should have fucking takeN much better care of their community over the decades as opposed to trashing the fuck out of it and doing all other kind of nonsense that allowed property values to drop like a lead brick. Of course others and the real estate developers were going to swoop in, I mean what the fuck did you think was going to happen. Between the low-class slobs, the gang bangers, the hood rats, the fucked up leaders in this community who looked the other way and allowed bullshit to happen, you all have no one to blame but your fucking selves.

BUT I will tell you who will not be complaining, all the homeowners who for decades watched their property values drop because of the ghetto crew.

So, well,  EAT SHIT NOW and find another place to fucking destroy or better yet, learn to act like civilized people and show some damn pride in your community. I mean, hell, look at what the fucking slobs have done to the recently fixed up Rufus King Park, I mean already they are trashing it.

Homeowners who take care of their property and those who have respect for their community don’t give a shit if the bottom folks get tossed, they are the ones that fucked it up to begin with while crooked and do nothing black leaders sat back and watched.

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From Queens Chronicle:

Queens sees strong ’17 housing market

Prices rising, homes selling quickly; interest rates still friendly for buyers

Posted: Thursday, April 20, 2017 10:30 am | Updated: 1:09 pm, Thu Apr 20, 2017.

The Queens housing market made a very strong showing in the first quarter of 2017, according to one of the most pre-eminent residential real estate firms in the country.

Douglas Elliman Real Estate, based in Manhattan, said in its monthly report that median sales prices in the borough were up 21.3 percent over the first quarter of 2016.

The average sales price for a house was $558,259, up 17.4 percent from January through March a year ago.

“Brooklyn and Queens continue to show a very fast moving pace with rising sales and falling inventory,” the Elliman report states. “Price trends are setting new records — the median sales price reached a new high for the third consecutive quarter.”

Queens saw 3,395 house sales in the first quarter, an increase of 34.9 percent from 2016 and the highest total in nine years.

Listed inventory was down 4 percent over a year ago. The firm also says the Queens market is benefiting from a “Brooklyn spillover.” Sarah Burke, a managing director at Elliman, said the market is strong.

“Whether that is good or bad depends on if you are a buyer or seller,” she said.

Steven Pacchiano, a broker with Connexion 1 Real Estate in Howard Beach, and Tom LaVecchia, the owner and a broker with Howard Beach Realty in Ozone Park, concur with that assessment to varying degrees.

“It’s been very busy the last year-and-a half,” Pacchiano said. “If you’re looking to buy, prices are up. But interest rates also are pretty low right now. Interest rates are at about 3.3 percent and eventually they’ll go up to 4 and eventually 5 percent. So right now is a good market for sellers and buyers.” He and LaVecchia confirmed that inventory is down but both said deals are there to be had “if the price is right.”

“Right now, you might put a house on the market for a few days or maybe a month,” LaVecchia said. “In the past you could have a house listed for a year. Right now there are more buyers than sellers, so that drives prices up.

“Finding a mortgage right now won’t be a problem for most people,” he added. “Finding your dream home is, because of the lower inventory.”

A spokeswoman for Neighborhood Housing Services of Jamaica, which caters to middle- and lower-income buyers, said the effect on the agency’s clients has been bad.

“They’re being priced out of the market,” she said.

Burke said the Elliman report does not deal with rental properties, but that market forces would have their natural impact on that market.

“If you can’t buy right now, you are going to live somewhere,” she said.

LaVecchia, who has been in the business for 43 years, said realtors had listings in abundance as recently as the aftermath of Hurricane Sandy in 2012.

“But the market has stabilized,” he said. “Nothing in this business surprises me anymore. For every downturn, we have an upswing.”