Jamaica resident and activist Ms. Pamela Hazel and her crew are giving Metro Lumber more shit about cleaning up their act.

We also need some protests on the worst bad neighbor in the community, Royal Waste, that polluting, poisonous dump that local elected officials allowed to set up shop over a decade ago in a residential area. And might as well hit all those thug auto body shops on Merrick Blvd that have turned that stretch into the New Willets Point, while again, local elected officials, including lazy Leroy Comrie, have done nothing about for years.



From NY1:

Protestors Call on South Jamaica Lumber Yard to Clean Up its Property

By NY1 News
Thursday, May 18, 2017 at 11:08 AM EDT
Protestors call on a South Jamaica lumber yard to do its part to make the community safer.

Members of ‘New York Communities for Change’ rallied outside Metropolitan Lumber and Hardware on Merrick Boulevard Wednesday afternoon.

The group says the wood is exposed to the elements and is stored on racks above the store’s fences — which can be dangerous in extreme weather.

As part of their protest, the group spruced up neighboring playgrounds to show the importance of helping the community.

“Just treat us right. Just make sure that our community is not being discriminated against. Just make sure it’s attractive like all the other neighborhoods. That’s all we are not asking for anything that is unreasonable,” said New York Communties for Change member Pamela Hazel.

We reached out to Metropolitan Lumber and Hardware but did not hear back.



Damn, St. Albans, which is supposed to be the nice area of Jamaica or was, just seems to be getting worse due to ghetto nonsense and typical Jamaica ghetto thugs who beat and robbed a 62 year old man at a laundromat in broad daylight.

Watching the disturbing video, you can tell right off the bat that the hooded black thugs were up to no good, not just by their look but by their behavior and walk.

Time to DE-GHETTOTIZE Jamaica with some kind of Raid Ghetto Spray or traps, you know ghetto thugs check in, but they don’t check out.


From DNAInfo New York:

62-Year-Old Man Violently Beaten, Robbed at Queens Laundromat: NYPD [VIDEO]

QUEENS — Police are looking for two suspects they said brutally attacked and robbed a 62-year-old man at a St. Albans laundromat in broad daylight Wednesday.

The victim was leaving Laundryland at 114-25 Merrick Blvd. around 2:40 p.m., when the men approached him, dragged him to the ground and punched him in the face, authorities said.

The suspects then took his wristwatch and stole about $500 in cash from him before fleeing northbound on Merrick Boulevard, according to the NYPD.

The victim suffered a black eye during the attack, which was captured on surveillance video, authorities said.

Source: NYPD

Police described both suspects as being in their 20s.

One of them is about 6 feet tall and was last seen wearing a black hooded sweater, dark colored sweatpants and black sneakers, officials said.

His accomplice, police said, is approximately 5 feet, 9 inches tall and was last seen wearing a black hooded sweater, dark colored sweatpants and white sneakers.


WHY is illegal dumping a challenge for the district? Well, that is the statement that Councilman I.Daneek Miller stated to NY1, “Illegal dumping is a challenge for the district”.

BUT why Mr. Miller, an all white area does not have an illegal dumping issue like Jamaica. Plus this is nothing new, this takes place all over the community and has been taking place for years and decades. But when you have elected officials, community leaders and church leaders who do very little to nothing for their community, when you have bad neighbors, like this shitty Family Dollar store, when you have a lack of enforcement, when you have a low amount for fines (this dollar store was fined a measly $100) and when there is not any kind of common sense (just put up a damn fence and install security cameras), this kind of shit will continue to go on and on and on in this community.

So Sanitation, elected officials and even this shitty neighbor dollar store all say “we are aware of the situation”. Well, that is the standard answer for all quality of life issues. The issue is the addressing and solving of the fucking problem. I love the line from the asshole spokeperson for this shitty Family dollar:

A spokesperson for Family Dollar thanked us for bringing it to his attention. He says he’s gathering more information to quote “address this concern promptly.”

REALLY, FUCKING REALLY. I mean this is your damn property, you mean you needed NY1 to bring this to your attention and you need to gather more information. WHAT FUCKING INFORMATION. Your property looks like it is from some third world country, what more information do you need ASSHOLE.

Clean Up Jamaica Queens, community activist Pamela Hazel and a few others have been bringing this and other quality of life issues to the attention of local elected officials, Queens Borough Presidents past and present and Department of Sanitation long before the local news was doing stories on this, In fact it is because of our perseverance and not giving up is why there is so much media attention on this issue that local leaders and this awful city are not properly addressing.

In the meantime, Rev Al Sharpton, blowhard, do nothing Senator. Leroy Comrie & former councilman for 12 years in the Family Dollar district and Assemblyman Clyde Vanel are attending the funeral this Saturday for the victims of the Hollis fire who died April 23 (http://www.timesledger.com/stories/2017/18/sheenbb_2017_05_05_q.html). Maybe after the funeral all three of these clowns can take a walk over to 109 and Merrick and then take a tour of the whole area, to see all the SHIT here and what many of our civilized residents (and home owners) have to deal with on a daily basis due to people like Comrie and a lack of enforcement and all the bullshit that is considered normal in this majority black community. BUT then that would not make a good photo op, considering that these conditions are not only due to the bottom barrel folks & businesses in the area who cause this, but the lack of true leadership with people like Comrie and company. And then these clowns, including Melinda Katz, will stand in front of a camera and say how “wonderful Jamaica is and is a good place to live, work and play. FUCK YOU, HYPOCRITES.

Sutphin Blvd between Jamaica Ave and 90th Ave


From NY1:

Jamaica Residents Fed Up Over Dollar Store Dumpster

By NY1 News
Wednesday, May 3, 2017 at 07:01 PM EDT

Monica Rose is fed up.

Forced to live right next door to a massive mound of trash.

“It was like coming over the fence, ” said Rose.

As bad as it looks she said it smells even worse.

“Guys they come here to urinate, urine, feces, ” she said.

While the trash sits in what’s supposed to be a private dumpster lot for this Family Dollar store near the corner of 109th road and Merrick Boulevard, Rose says people in the neighborhood have turned it into a public dumping ground.

While we were there we spotted an old door, a couch, even an old cracked toilet all tossed in the pile.  Joan Ramberan who lives across the street says it’s ruining the neighborhood.

“It’s not uplifting us just taking us down,” said Ramberan.

Rose showed us this ledger of all the people she’s reached out to for help; from the company to the city’s Department of Sanitation.  She’s even contacted Council Member Daneek Miller’s office and yet the trash remains.

Sanitation officials say they are aware of the problem, in March they issued a summons to the store for dirty sidewalks which carries a $100 fine.  It’s still pending.

The store has also received a summons for not displaying a certificate showing which company is supposed to pick up the trash.

On Wednesday a sanitation worker gave the store yet another summons.

A spokesperson for Family Dollar thanked us for bringing it to his attention.

He says he’s gathering more information to quote “address this concern promptly.”

Councilman Millers office says illegal dumping is a challenge in the district, but his office is committed to working with the community to address it.

As for Rose, she says this all could be resolved if the company just put up a gate, tall enough to prevent the illegal dumping.

“They need to do something the garbage is coming onto my fence. This is not fair to me,” she said.


From Pamela Hazel, Community Activist & Resident:

Metropolitan Lumber Hardware Store is neglecting its responsibilities. This is one of the worst business establishments in Queens.
Metropolitan Lumber has NOT removed snow from its sidewalk; the area is located at the corner of Merrick Boulevard and 108th. Avenue. It is slippery and dangerous.  Residents have no choice, but to use the street.
One part of the sidewalk  was  cleaned however. It is the entrance for Metropolitan storage area.
According to Department of Sanitation policy, snow should be removed four hours  after it snows. Well, the snow started in the wee hours of Tuesday; by Thursday afternoon more than 48 hours later the fallen snow remains a dangerous eyesore.

The store manager does not care about the residents of this black neighbourhood, Jamaica Queens. Residents have asked repeatedly, but to no avail. The reason is clear. Borough president/Katz, Senator Comrie and the other gangsters do nothing, but lip service.

Boranian, you are responsible for contacting D.O.S, on voters’  behalf. Please do your highly paid job. Unfortunately, someone must get hurt before Metropolitan and the gangsters take action.

P. Hazel: Social Media Journalist for Justice


Garbage & Cars6.18.16 058Sure the all the crappy auto shops in Willets Point have been shut down as the City begins another huge money project, but where have they gone. Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, who has no authority over the project but has made it a focus this year, asks: Why wait? And she’s right to ask. Environmental and infrastructure work has to be done no matter what.

Well, Katz, how about the New Willets Point in Jamaica on Merrick Blvd where thug auto body shops have turned that area into a fucking mess of junked and unlicensed vehicles all over Merrick Blvd and the sidewalks and many of the residential side streets. And since Merrick is a heavily traveled road of cars, taxi, liver vans, buses, etc, allow these shops to take up the entire right land in certain section causing a hazardous condition plus bottle necking, I would think Katz who has made trips to Jamaica to talk about the Jamaica Now Action Plan, would speak up about this mess. I mean the local elected officials like Senator Comrie and Councilman Miller have not uttered one word about this disgrace, especially since the area has churches, a senior citizen apartment complex and residential homes are all around.

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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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Thug Auto Body Shop at 102-80 Merrick

Thug Auto Body Shop at 102-80 Merrick


From AM New York:

willetsStart cleanup to clear path for Willets Pt.

It’s quiet at Willets Point. The New York Mets are at spring training in Florida. And most of the auto body shops on 126th Street, across from Citi Field, are closed, with demolition of the ramshackle buildings underway.

While that’s progress, the former industrial zone tucked away in a corner of Corona is a long way from being the hub of economic activity NYC officials envisioned a decade ago. The 62 acres just beyond the stadium’s rightfield wall could and should be a regional centerpiece, home to a retail mall and a hotel, to jobs and economic development, to sports and entertainment, and to affordable housing.

Besides the seasonal flow of Mets fans, Willets Point would become a destination if the proposed AirTrain to LaGuardia gets off the drawing boards. No matter what the vision, the site remains a cesspool of unsewered property, unpaved roads and land in desperate need of environmental remediation.

Part of the problem with advancing the overall development of Willets Point is that it is mired in legal battles over whether the Citi Field parking lot is parkland and can’t be used as the site of a mall. The state Court of Appeals will hear arguments in the case on April 25.

Still, there is much NYC can do. Beyond ongoing demolition, there’s significant cleanup and infrastructure needed to prepare for new construction. The city’s Economic Development Corp. said most of the remediation will not begin until the lawsuit is settled and final plans are agreed upon by the city and the developers, a combination of Related Companies and Sterling Equities, which owns the Mets.

Queens Borough President Melinda Katz, who has no authority over the project but has made it a focus this year, asks: Why wait? And she’s right to ask. Environmental and infrastructure work has to be done no matter what. Developers and city officials should do more now. That would hasten an already long-delayed timetable, and would be a sign that they’re committed to the project.

Now is the time to start. The city and the developers have to find a way to move Willets Point forward.



Jamaica, South Jamaica, St. Albans, Rosedale, Springfield Gardens, Laurelton, doesn’t matter the whole fucking area is shit storm ghetto mess thanks to hood rats, criminals with guns and other assorted assholes.

A Wednesday night at 3:40am in a ghetto bar in Jamaica on Merrick Blvd. Of course nothing good will come out of that.

What is it with ghetto folks. They just cannot act like civilized normal human beings.

ALL OF JAMAICA, a shit hell hole ghetto mess with so man asshole people. RUN RUN RUN from Jamaica, no matter what the power that be tell you about “up-n-coming” Jamaica, because a long as the ghetto element is here Jamaica will ALWAYS BE FUCKED UP.

Can’t wait to say good fucking bye ghetto land.youtube-stupid-people


The Daily News:

25-year-old woman shot after fight breaks out at Queens bar


A 25-year-old woman was shot in the ankle after a fight broke out at Lovell’s Afterdark Bar and Lounge on Merrick Blvd. in Queens.

(Google Maps)

A gunman with a .40-caliber pistol shot a 25-year-old woman attending a birthday celebration following a Queens bar brawl early Wednesday, police said.

The fight between two men broke out inside Lovell’s Afterdark Bar and Lounge on Merrick Blvd. in Laurelton around 3:40 a.m., cops said.

When the clash spilled out of the bar onto Merrick Blvd. near 224th St., several people, including the victim, went out to see what was happening, witnesses told police.

That’s when the gunman pulled his gun and fired off four rounds, striking the woman in the ankle.

Paramedics took her to Jamaica Hospital for treatment.

The gunman ran off and remained at large Wednesday.

Cops questioned the bar patron the gunman was fighting with, but he hasn’t been cooperative with police, officials said.


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.

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Nice job of hiding his face. Asshole.

Nice job of hiding his face. Asshole.

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