AND you thought crime was down in the city as dumBlasio likes to say, well not in shitty garbage strewn, ghetto nonsense, homeless encampment, druggie, gang banger, hood rat JAMAICA.

Hopefully there is one at the LIRR/Archer/Supthin station which is 10 times worse. And while you are at it was is needed at 179th street station which is filling up with homeless and of course tons of opiod drug addicts from Long Island, who come to the Lab Corp drug place at Hillside & 175th, since Long Island does not want one in their area, so dump them in the Capital Dump of Queen, JAMAICA.

Jamaica Center Subway Station in downtown Jamaica

Jamaica Center Station

The new symbol of Jamaica

175-20 Hillside Ave, home of the new Methadone clinic.


From DNAInfo New York:

Permanent Police Patrols Seek to Deter Crime Near Jamaica Center Station

By Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska | April 13, 2017 8:41am

 Permanent patrols have been assigned to monitor the area near Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue in downtown Jamaica, around the Jamaica Center subway station, to address numerous phone and purse snatching incidents in the area, police officials said.

Permanent patrols have been assigned to monitor the area near Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue in downtown Jamaica, around the Jamaica Center subway station, to address numerous phone and purse snatching incidents in the area, police officials said.View Full Caption

DNAinfo/Ewa Kern-Jedrychowska

QUEENS — The NYPD assigned permanent patrols to monitor the area near Parsons Boulevard and Archer Avenue in downtown Jamaica, around the Jamaica Center subway station, to address numerous robberies as well as phone and purse snatchings in the area, police officials said.

Inspector John Cappelmann, commanding officer of the 103rd Precinct, said he decided to have “a fixed post” around the intersection several weeks ago to deter criminals.

Currently, at least two patrol officers monitor the area at all times.

“The majority of our robberies and grand larcenies happen in downtown Jamaica, it’s a simple fact — this is a commercial district, there is a lot of pedestrians, there is a lot of travelers coming through, and you have the school dismissals with thousands of students coming through,” said Cappelmann at a community council meeting Tuesday night.

He also said that since the patrols began monitoring the intersection on a regular basis, the number of incidents around the station went down.

Statistics related to crime in that specific area were not immediately available but Cappelmann said the number of incidents “decreased a lot.”

Patrol officers also work on a number of quality of life issues in the area, like delivery vans and marijuana use, with “neighborhood coordination officers,” or NCOs, assigned to work in downtown Jamaica as part of NYPD’s new community policing program, Cappelmann said.

Overall crime in the 103rd Precinct, which also covers Hollis and Lakewood, declined about 14 percent this year, compared to the same period last year, the precinct’s commanding officer said Tuesday.

Three major categories of violent crime were down significantly, police officials said.

Robberies fell by nearly 30 percent, with 62 reported this year, down from 88 in 2016, according to statistics provided by the NYPD for the period spanning March 27 to April 2, 2017.

Burglaries also went down by almost 30 percent to 34 this year, down from 48 in 2016.

And there were 108 grand larcenies this year, down from 121 the year before, a decrease by more than 10 percent.

The number of shootings also went down — there was one this year so far, compared to five during the same period last year, police said.

Several crime categories, however, showed an increase, including murder — there was one homicide in the precinct this year, compared to zero during the same period last year.

Seven rapes were reported in the area covered by the precinct this year, up nearly 17 percent from six incidents last year. Felony assaults rose 3.4 percent, from 89 last year to 92 in 2017, and auto thefts increased by nearly 6 percent, from 17 last year to 18 during the same period this year.

Cappelmann attributed the precinct’s recent drop in overall crime to “specific deployment” and arresting several people “who were continually committing crime after crime after crime.”


Christ, we live in this fucking shitty expensive cities where criminals seem to have more rights than the working class people and homeless and all their shitty belongings clog up subway stations and they get to ride around all day stinking up subways that are meant for hard working people, they are not fucking homeless shelters on wheels.

This fucking Mayor, the bitch City Council Speaker and the do nothing crooked elected officials, just let the NYPD do their jobs, since they are the only one who actually work in this city and make the least amount of money of all the other buffoons and clowns.

A person on a recent NYC radio show stated that the correct terminology for “sanctuary cities”, should be HIDEOUT CITIES. That is right just like undocumented immigrants are ILLEGAL ALIENS.

I guess if DeBlasio and the other fucked up elected officials and others like far left bleeding heart liberals had tons of illegal immigrants in illegal conversions on their blocks and tons of homeless people and shelters on their blocks and they had to take the subway, they would be singing a different tune.

In the meantime, FUCK YOU and let NYPD do their jobs.


From The Daily News:

NYPD alerts feds to Criminal Court appearances of immigrants facing deportation despite ‘sanctuary’ vow

The NYPD alerts federal immigration agents to the Criminal Court appearances of immigrants facing deportation.

(John Moore/Getty Images)

The NYPD alerts federal immigration agents to the Criminal Court appearances of immigrants facing deportation, the Daily News has learned.

As a “sanctuary city,” the city currently only complies with Immigration and Customs Enforcement “detainer” orders to hold a defendant until federal agents can take custody in cases involving violent or serious felonies.

But in the process of verifying warrants against a defendant, officials said the NYPD will contact relevant law enforcement, including ICE, thereby alerting the agency to an immigrant’s upcoming appearance in a city courtroom.

Advocates slammed the practice, saying it amounts to “collusion” with immigration officials that goes against the spirit of Mayor de Blasio’s pledge that the city will remain a sanctuary city.

Public defenders representing two men in ICE’s cross hairs during separate court appearances in Queens told The News they were stunned to learn the NYPD communicated with the federal agency about both men before they appeared before a judge.

On March 2, an NYPD administrative aide noted in the Central Booking system that he had “notified ICE” about the arrest of David Gonzalez, 51, screenshots obtained by The News show. The deported felon had reentered the U.S. and faced misdemeanor charges of allegedly rubbing against a woman on the No. 7 train.

On March 15, the same administrative aide noted he was “awaiting call from local ICE office” regarding Milton Chimborazo, 35, who faced burglary charges. He had a standing deportation order.

In both cases, screenshots show the city did not comply with ICE “detainer” orders. Instead, immigration agents just showed up to court.

ICE took Gonzalez into custody after a judge released him. He was awaiting deportation last week. ICE inquired about Chimborazo but chose not to arrest him for reasons that are unclear.

“I think it really is outrageous,” said Lori Zeno, co-founder and deputy director of Queens Law Associates. “We’re supposed to be a sanctuary city. What does it mean if our own court system is participating in turning folks in to ICE?”

Mayoral spokesman Austin Finan did not dispute that ICE and the NYPD regularly communicate. “NYPD notifies and confirms with all inquiring and arresting agencies the status of an arrestee who may be the subject of a warrant,” he said, adding that the communication did not mean the department honors detainers.

But Justine Olderman, managing director of Bronx Defenders, said the system alerts ICE to people it is seeking.


Mayor de Blasio has pledged that the city will only assist the agency in the most serious cases.

(Marcus Santos)

De Blasio has touted a law signed in 2014 that drastically reduced the city’s cooperation with ICE. It declared the city would not comply with ICE detainer orders — except those who have been convicted of “violent or serious felonies.”

The law created a protocol that predates President Trump’s administration. Trump has followed through on his campaign pledge to intensify immigration enforcement.

The NYPD’s top spokesman, Stephen Davis, said Chimborazo’s and Gonzalez’s cases were handled properly.

“Nothing was compromised in terms of the policies of the department. These guys didn’t suffer any consequence,” Davis said.

NYPD officials noted ICE also has access to arrest information on its own.

But advocates said de Blasio could do more to stymie immigration agents.

“The mayor can issue a command to the Police Department that they shouldn’t be calling ICE,” Zeno said. “Cooperating with ICE is one thing … But to me they seem to be in collusion with ICE.”

City Hall was reviewing all local laws and policies pertaining to ICE amid a growing debate about the agency’s impact in city courthouses. “We recognize that the court is designed to be a neutral venue0,” Finan said.ICE did not respond to a request for comment.

Chimborazo’s roommate said he had not seen him since his court appearance.



Service Request #: C1-1-1375092951
Date Submitted: 03/03/17 10:56:19 AM
Request Type: Illegal Parking
Details: Blocked Hydrant

Your Service Request was closed. The Police Department responded to the complaint and determined that police action was not necessary.

March 4th I filed a 311 complaint for a black vehicle with an NYPD decal on the dash that had been blocking a fire hydrant for a couple of days. The response was “no observable violation” or “fixed” even though vehicle was still there. One week goes by, still, there, more filed complaints, same response.

Service Request #: C1-1-1377505461
Date Submitted: 03/09/17 8:16:55 AM
Request Type: Illegal Parking
Details: Blocked Hydrant

Your Service Request was closed.The Police Department responded to the complaint and with the information available observed no evidence of the violation at that time.

Service Request #: C1-1-1377996121
Date Submitted: 03/10/17 7:39:09 AM
Request Type: Illegal Parking
Details: Blocked Hydrant

Your Service Request was closed.The Police Department responded to the complaint and with the information available observed no evidence of the violation at that time.

It did disappear for a day, only to return again and this time I noticed smashed headlights, pulled out wheel well, long scratches on side. This time the vehicle has been sitting for another week and this time besides blocking the fire hydrant, the back wheel is up on the sidewalk. More 311 filed complaints and more “no observable violation” .

Headlight is smashed, but hard to see in photo.

AND the most recent 311 filed just this morning came back as;

Service Request #: C1-1-1378468221
Date Submitted: 03/11/17 9:30:43 AM
Request Type: Derelict Vehicle
Details: With License Plate

Your Service Request was closed.The Police Department responded to the complaint and with the information available observed no evidence of the violation at that time.

So what is the deal, is the NYPD decal fake or real (not that it matters). Why are several complaints not being properly addressed. Why last Saturday some NYPD foot traffic knucklehead with give me attitude when I mentioned the vehicle which was two blocks from him and then he ignored me all together and crossed the street.

The problem is our society is different set of rules for different folks.

While douchebag Councilman Ruben Wills keeps not showing up for the third time in his corruption trial, you and I would have had folks banging on our doors hauling our asses off if we missed one court appearance.  AND if this was my vehicle or one you you regular folks reading this, it would have been ticketed, booted and towed. And I doubt this would be taking place in Forest Hills which has its own set of rules, like no truck driving illegally on residential streets, while this asshole truck driver do what the hell they want in Jamaica.

Really, you would be better off doing this in another area, instead of my immediate area, because you know I will take photos and keep filing complaints and you will continue to have to go through the motions. I can keep this all for a long time. But bottom line, THIS IS COMPLETE BULLSHIT.


Last night while going through 1000’s of TV channels, which has mostly shit on it, I came across a 1967 Merv Griffin show on Get TV, which I would normally just keep bypassing, but saw that Martin Luther King Jr. was going to be on and so I listened to this very rare 1967 interview and listening to this great interview realized how much some things have not changed in all this time. Dr. King mentioned many times “the conditions in the Negro  community” (show the time period that he used the term “negro”), which creates poverty, crime, unemployment, etc.  Face forward to 2016 and we are still talking about the conditions in the black community which creates poverty, crime, unemployment, etc. UNBELIEVABLE that 49 years later, that same conversation is being repeated.

An amazing interview that probably some have not seen since it first aired and for many who have never seen it. Please watch this. And then see the article from The Daily News that I posted below that just shows how little things have changed. SAD. And who the hell says racism isn’t really an issue anymore. Guess some of you are listening too much to Fox News.




From The Daily News:

EXCLUSIVE: Army vet falsely arrested while walking his dog says he endured racial taunts by Trump-loving NYPD cop

army-vetArmy veteran Najja Plowden was walking Lilycat in Brower Park in August when police arrested him and admitted it was on account of his race, he claims in lawsuit.

(Gardiner Anderson/for New York Daily News)

An Army veteran’s quiet walk with his dog in a Brooklyn park turned into a long night in jail on a false arrest — and being subjected to a pro-Trump cop’s racial taunts, a new lawsuit says.

Najja Plowden, 35, was wrapping up a midnight walk with his dog in Crown Heights’ Brower Park last August when two NYPD cops in a police van stopped and questioned him about being in the park after hours.

The park didn’t have any signs posted indicating it was closed, Plowden said, and the cops also didn’t bother a white man who was there playing fetch with his dog.

One of the officers, Nicholas Loweth, allegedly asked Plowden for identification, but he had left it at home. When the cop ran Plowden’s name, an active warrant came up — a 2013 summons for skateboarding in Union Square Park.

After Plowden told Loweth the warrant and summons had been dismissed in Manhattan Criminal Court three months earlier, the officer allegedly asked Plowden if someone could come get his dog because he was going to be arrested for being in the park after dark.

“I explained that (the summons) was cleared up. I wasn’t even in the country at the time,” said Plowden, who filed a lawsuit in Brooklyn Federal Court on Friday.

Plowden — a married father who served in Afghanistan and now works as an occupational therapist for special education students — was taken to the 77th Precinct after the cops dropped off Lily Cat, his pitbull-terrier mix, at his Dean St. home.

While Plowden was in custody, Loweth, who is white, allegedly made disparaging comments to Plowden, an African-American man, that included “your culture is more problematic, more violent, more prone to crime,” and “you wouldn’t have been stopped and detained if you’d been a white guy in a park at night on the Upper East Side,” according to the lawsuit.

“I started to tear up because I’m a 35-year-old black man, a veteran, with no criminal record,” Plowden told the Daily News. “I said, ‘Please, do not do this. Why are you doing this?’

“He started to laugh, (and) asked if I was crying. I said, ‘No, this is emotional,’” Plowden said.

Loweth also allegedly spent much of the night lecturing Plowden with pro-Donald Trump rhetoric, bragging that the President-elect will support policing in minority neighborhoods and end the “abuse of resources” like food stamps and welfare by “ghetto” residents, the lawsuit says.

“Police officers are entitled to their political views, but haranguing a helpless prisoner confined to a precinct cell and subjecting him to racist political bravado is unacceptable,” said Plowden’s attorney Joel Berger.

Loweth — who could not be reached for comment — was a defendant in another federal lawsuit in 2014, in which he was accused of participating in an assault and fabrication of false criminal charges. That case was settled for $25,000.

Hours after his latest arrest, a Brooklyn Criminal Court judge vacated the warrant against Plowden, dismissed the misdemeanor charge and apologized that the NYPD’s computer system had not been updated, according to the lawsuit.

But as a result of the arrest, Plowden’s job as an occupational therapist is in limbo. The Department of Education has declared him ineligible for assignments until it looks into the case, according to the lawsuit.

“I’ve always treated officers with respect,” Plowden said. “I never thought this would ever happen to me.”

A spokesman for the city’s Law Department said the complaint “will be reviewed once we are served.”

The NYPD declined to comment on pending litigation.



When government works well (and it does sometimes), it really works well, BUT when it doesn’t (which is so much of the time anymore) it is FUCKING BAD. Usually things are put into place without any damn thought or what the consequences will be, government just runs shit through and then worries about when hell breaks loose later down the road after so much damage is done.  Like the homeless situation, this city started just dumping homeless shelters (and illegal ones to boot – hotels) into “certain” communities and usually communities, like Jamaica, which already have major amounts of problems without adding more shit to the  list. And of course there was no thought given to proper security where many of these shelters have very problematic people (drug addicts, mentally ill, violent ex-cons, etc.).

Well, now the hardest working agency in the city, the NYPD, is overseeing security in all the homeless shelters in this city. DumbBlasio, you think you should have thought that one out before you began dumping shelters in vulnerable communities and warehousing of human beings.

On another related issue, one of the worst city agencies, DHS (Department of Homeless Services) with  asshole Commissioner Steve Banks is asking New Yorkers to volunteer for its annual Homeless Outreach Population Estimate, known as HOPE, to assist the agency in estimating the number of people living on the streets, in parks, subways, and other public spaces across the city.

Sorry folks, but I am tired of this whole constant “volunteer” bullshit. While that is great when our economy is booming for everyone, everyone is working a ONE job with an actual livable working wage (as opposed to working two, three low-paying jobs) and where half of people’s paychecks are not going to housing in this ridiculously expensive city, which does not need to be so expensive, asking people to volunteer their very little free time to begin with to count homeless is a fucking insult. Why don’t you Banks and your entire agency go out and count homeless, I mean that is your fucking job to begin with, you get paid a hefty salary and live in Brooklyn where you don’t have a homeless shelter in your neighborhood. WHAT FUCKING NERVE.

Here is my thought on those who SHOULD volunteer to count the homeless:

  1. City Council  Members & Assembly Members, plus all their staff : There are 51 council members & 150 assembly members and they hardly do any fucking work as it is and get paid a nice big salary, way more than the hardworking average New Yorker. Hell if asshole Councilman Ruben Wills can pull a fucking dumb stunt like “playing homeless”, on the tax payer’s dime,  like he did a few years ago, he can go out and count them (
  2. Mayor deBlasio and his entire administration: I mean you helped to create all this nonsense, then you and you entire staff count the homeless and not just for an hour to do a photo op.
  3. BIG MOUTH LIBERAL CELEBRITIES: All these loud mouth overpaid celebrity actors, sports figures musicians, models, artists, etc who love to talk about these issues as long as they don’t have to see these issues where they live, GO OUT AND COUNT. And especially those from the hip/hop, rap world, where many of these shelters are dumped in communities of color.
  4. Religious “leaders”: NYC and especially Queens is filled with a gazillion number of churches from big ass Catholic behemoths & big money AME (Floyd Flake) to shitty store front black, Hispanic and Asian churches. If every single one of these leaders of churches and a handful of those devoted followers  went out, you would not need to ask the regular folks at all.
  5. Mega rich white folks of NYC on Park Avenue, Upper East Side and other neighborhoods where you will never see a homeless shelter or piece of garbage, go out and count.

STOP asking overworked and over burdened hard working average New Yorkers to do “free work” that your agency should be doing or at the very least pay people to do it, pay the unemployed, pay the ex-cons just getting out of jail,  pay all the young people in communities like Jamaica who are not working, hell, pay some of the damn homeless to count their own brothers and sisters. Just leave the rest of us out of your damn bullshit that you helped to create and turn “homelessness” into BIG BUSINESS.

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From Queens Times Ledger:

NYPD is overseeing security at city homeless shelters

The NYPD has taken over the management of security at Department of Homeless Services shelters citywide. Nearly 700 DHS peace officers have already been retrained and security plans at all locations have been reviewed and enhancements were made where needed.

NYPD Commissioner James P. O’Neill pointed out that “2016 was the safest year on record in New York City.”

He added, “We will bring our crime-fighting expertise to assist the Department of Homeless Services in making their facilities more secure, with both out management team and the training of peace officers.”

While DHS supervisors have tasers, peace officers will not be armed but were trained to do a better job of keeping weapons out of shelters, defusing tense encounters, dealing with the mentally ill and preventing domestic violence. Mayor Bill de Blasio ordered an NYPD review of DHS security in March.

“The NYPD is among the premier policing and security organizations in the world and having them work with Commissioner Steve Banks to manage security at our homeless shelters will ensure the best possible approach to providing safety for both shelter residents and the neighborhoods where the shelters are located,” de Blasio said.

Last week, NYPD Deputy First Commissioner Benjamin Tucker joined Banks, the head of the Department of Social Services, to announce the program at One Police Plaza. Deputy Chief Edward Thompson will lead the team off 22 NYPD personnel who will oversee all DHS security while analyzing incident data to evaluate risks and inform policy and staffing decisions at shelters.

“DHS’ security plan, including the new key NYPD role, demonstrates our commitment to ensuring the safety and well-being of the individuals and families DHS is entrusted with protecting,” Banks said. “DHS work with the NYPD management team has already resulted in the implementation of critical improvements to the shelter security measures that had been in place for many years.”

Meanwhile, DHS is asking New Yorkers to volunteer for its annual Homeless Outreach Population Estimate, known as HOPE, to assist the agency in estimating the number of people living on the streets, in parks, subways, and other public spaces across the city. HOPE 2017 will held Jan. 23 from 10 p.m. to 4 a.m. and DHS will need a minimum of 3,000 volunteers to collect vital information that will augment the HOME-STAT quarterly nighttime street counts that helped 690 street homeless transition off the streets.

“It’s essential to know how many New Yorkers need our services, and the HOPE count is an important part of that,” Banks said. “Now with the Mayor’s HOME-STAT initiative, we are greatly increasing our outreach program to help bring people in from the streets, and we will have more information about homelessness on the streets going forward.”

The HOPE count began in 2003 with 1,000 volunteers in Manhattan and now covers all five boroughs. Over 3,800 New Yorker volunteered for HOPE 2016, a record total.

Those interested in volunteering should visit to register.




Thug Auto Body Shop at 102-80 Merrick

Thug Auto Body Shop at 102-80 Merrick

If I was going to get any kind of response in regards to the rampant and decades long illegal parking of junked/unlicensed vehicles all over Merrick Blvd, the surrounding side streets and other places in Jamaica by auto body shops/dealers it was going to come from the hardest working precinct in NYC, the 103rd precinct. Community Board 12, local elected officials like Comrie, Miller and the other do-nothings, including BP Katz and her cronies taking up space in Borough Hall will continue to remain silent on WHY this has been allowed to happen for years and decades going all the way back to stooges like Archie Spigner and Comrie in all his 12 years as Councilman. At least the 103rd gave me an update of what is going on.

For those who are not familiar we have now have at several precincts, including the 103rd, the NCO program (the Neighborhood Coordination Officers), where the same officers (usually two) are assigned to a specific section of the community every day to focus entirely on quality of life issues and to get to know the community and people. While last year we had “The Untouchables” under the leadership of Sgt. Cedillo, who helped both myself and community activist Pamela Hazel on many issues, unfortunately, that was not a “official” program and that group of officers would be pulled off quality of life issues at anytime to focus on emergencies and bigger crimes, eventually pulled away altogether. So now we have a more focused version of “The Untouchables” know as NCO ( The officers assigned to my are are Officers Sclafani and York, both who I have been in touch with several times since the program began.

They hit the ground running, tackling any left over illegal truck driving on my street, going as far as having a huge flashing temporary sign at Jamaica Ave/170th Street for a month, warning trucks to use the truck route 168th Street and not 170th. When the sign was not facing 170th which I felt would be more effective as opposed to the east part of Jamaica, and mentioned that, the officers contacted me quickly telling me that the sign would be moved the next day and it was. They then spent a month warning truck drivers and actually contacting some of the trucking companies who were major culprits and then after that started their ticketing. While I don’t expect to never see a truck again on my street (those guys will always attempt to skirt the law) and the 103rd is not at my beckon call to take care of just my issues, there has been a significant reduction, just like there was last summer before the program as Detective Costa was always on this issue.

As far as this awful rampant auto body shop fiasco which has turned our streets/sidewalks into junkyards, Office Sclafani, responded”

“Good Morning,

  Myself and officer York have spoken to the auto body shops located within our sector which is the Van Wyck to 175 street and Hillside Ave to the train tracks, we advised all those shops that any vehicles that did not have plates on them (correct plates of course) and are located on the street will be towed.  Also we mentioned to the businesses that no vehicles are allowed to be placed onto side walks, any vehicles that are located on sidewalks will be ticketed.  I also forwarded the email to the NCO’s that are in charge of the sector that covers Merrick Blvd.  Starting tomorrow we will be making rounds to ensure that those vehicles were moved.  I will also reach out to the truck company regarding the email about 170 street.  Thank you and have a good day.”

PO Sclafani 103 Precinct

Now as far as the elected officials, I have NOT ONCE in all the years I have been reporting this issue (as have Pamela Hazel), not one of them have responded as to WHY this has been allowed to happen in the first place and then allow to fester to epic proportions. YET, these clowns like Comrie and corrupt going to jail soon Councilman Wills, make more money than NYPD Officers. Officers who protect our community, who help to keep us safe and who put their life on the line every single day, especially in a hell hole like Jamaica, where they have to deal with so much bullshit and so many bottom of the barrel people who make life miserable and still have to hear anti-police bullshit (next time something happens to you, don’t call NYPD, call one of the hood rats roaming the neighborhoods) . Talk about injustices, corrupt Ruben Wills makes more money than our officers and all he has down is steal money and do bullshit photo ops. And our asshole Mayor had the nerve to speak anti-police rhetoric awhile back and the do nothing city council members had the nerve to give themselves a 32% raise, 32% for doing practically nothing, while NYPD got a paltry 1%. Hell, the do nothing politicians can’t even answer a constituent’s simple question. And don’t even get me started on the money wasted on the Public Advocate and the Queens Borough President, both who have done pretty much nothing to improve quality of life in our borough. In fact have you noticed how quiet Katz has become, not a peep out of her with all this dumping on homeless shelters in our community. And as far as Tish goes, her ass has never been out to Jamaica on any of our issues, except her appearance to stump for Comrie when he was running for Senate, damn talk about a conflict of interest with the Public Advocate.

So a BIG thanks to the 103rd precinct, Detective Costa and Officers Sclafani and York for all they do in our community and giving me an update.

So if you do not know your NCO’s in your area, get to know them, because we know the deal of contacting your elected officials. You have a better chance of getting an answer from Trump. And speaking of Trump, while I did not support him, did not vote for him and think he was a poor choice for President, plus don’t think much most Republicans, I get it, especially seeing all the dead weight do nothing Democrats in this city and especially the black Democrat political gangsters of SE Queens, who have done very little to nothing about quality of life issues, but talk a good bullshit game.

As Trump would say “You’re Fired”, that is if the people of Jamaica finally wake up to the realization that you are being screwed big time by these clowns.

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abandon-cars-merrickWe are on DAY 5 of the NO ANSWER from the “powers that be” on why there is a lack of enforcement (well in reality NO ENFORCEMENT) with auto body shops/dealers placing their junked and unlicensed vehicles all over public streets/sidewalks.

Merrick Blvd continues to look like a major junkyard and the New Willets Point of Queens from Archer Avenue to the LI border and along all the side streets. Hundreds and I mean hundreds (I know, I have counted many times) are all over this area 24/7 and this has been going on for decades all under the watchful eyes of everyone.

So no answer from the following:

  1. Queens Borough President Melinda Katz and her cronies in Borough Hall
  2. Senator Leroy Comrie
  3. Councilman I. Daneek Miller
  4. Community Board 12
  5. Community Board 11 and other community Boards in the affected areas.
  6. NYPD
  7. 103rd precinct and the other SE Queens precinct in affected areas.
  8. Assembly Member Alicia Hyndman
  9. Assembly Member Vivian Cook
  10. Councilman Ruben Wills
  11. Public Advocate Letitia James (who know how to come out here to stump for Comrie when he was running for Senator.
  12. And of course Mayor dumBlasio or Mayor dicBlasio, whichever you prefer.

My senator, Tony Avella, is not on that list, since Merrick Blvd is not his area and he has already  helped me on issues not in his district.

Any takers on Day 5

And where is the media on this major issue that they pretty much have not covered, especially considering there may be some payoffs with our power that be.

And so the Days of a simple unanswered question by the powers that be continues…………………………………. as NO RESPECT or PRIDE continues from our “so-called leaders” and those who serve to enforce the laws in the Dirty Southeast Queens.

In the meantime, trucks continue to drive illegally on residential streets. Tractor trailer trucks continue to illegally park over night on Merrick Blvd and the downtown are LIRR tunnels in FULL VIEW OF NYPD. Dangerous double parking happens continuous on Merrick Blvd, Hillside Avenue, 170th street between Jamaica & Hillside Ave, illegal garbage dumping continues, illegal conversions go on and on and of course the whole Jamaica Homeless Village situation continues where, the number of shelters and cluster fuck supportive sites are in the 30’s.


Yet Senator Comrie and Councilman Miller have the time for canned bullshit speeches at the Rufus King Park Holiday Tree lighting that took place this Saturday evening and to praise who wonderful Jamaica is.

So the same old bullshit continues on Day 5 of not answering a simple question.

Merrick Blvd: The new Willets Point Junkyard.

Merrick Blvd: The new Willets Point Junkyard.

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Thug Auto Body Shop at 102-80 Merrick

Thug Auto Body Shop at 102-80 Merrick