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Petition started for "compromise" on 34th Ave Open Streets

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abcdefghijk:
According to the petitions pro and anti, the numbers who are for an open 34th Ave are DOUBLE the number who are against it.

This means that selling property on 34th Ave appeals to quite a majority of folks. And would probably be a selling point to buyers like them.

Yet again, the NUMBERS count. Not people's obvious agendas.

jh35:

--- Quote from: abcdefghijk on May 07, 2021, 05:15:10 PM ---According to the petitions pro and anti, the numbers who are for an open 34th Ave are DOUBLE the number who are against it.

This means that selling property on 34th Ave appeals to quite a majority of folks. And would probably be a selling point to buyers like them.

Yet again, the NUMBERS count. Not people's obvious agendas.

--- End quote ---

My apartment, which was NEVER noisy before, is noisy all day now because you want to walk in the street.  Your agenda is to be as selfish as you can.  What is my agenda?

Why don’t you make up some more fake statistics.

abcdefghijk:
We recently had a president who denied the numbers and called them fake because they did not suit him.

It did not work out for him.

34Compromise:
where is the anti-open street side? Because we are not against it. Compromise doesn't mean being against something, it means we want to find ways to make it work.

34Compromise:

--- Quote from: itsit on May 07, 2021, 04:17:25 PM --- That's funny because I see a lot of anger, evasiveness and manipulation on both sides. It's an unpleasant situation and there is a need for some political or governmental group to see who is really doing the work to keep 34th Ave open vs. who is wanting some personal gain as leader or innovator or god knows what. They are dedicated volunteers and then there are people who are spouting lot's of crazy here. The whole Open Streets story with restaurants, etc. will probably not be decided this year either. The variety of experiences that are good and bad needs to stabilize to properly evaluate a change that is this big and this sudden.
 Personally, think the good parts of 34th Open Streets is negated by the excessively long hours with sometimes very little use and the length of blocks that is so much larger than any other street closure in all of NYC by a lot! Feel sorry for anyone trying to sell property on 34th Ave.

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We've actually heard someone with the situation of trying to sell their home, and the asking price is way lower than they thought they'd go, and it still doesn't sell.

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