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Addressing comments to my posting, please note that while I completely understand your concerns, I have not one iota of a clue about fliers being posted around Jackson Heights for a most worthy and charitable event such as the Rummage/Thrift Sale in the Garden at The Salvation Army on Saturday, October 17th. Enough said on the topic. 
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: Residents Say Homeless Encampment in Queens Is Growing,...
« Last post by Yankswun98 on October 12, 2020, 02:24:34 PM »
The BQE underpass at 35th avenue has a sign from a NYC agency that states they will be removing belonging left.  In the 2 months since it was pressure washed, it still seems rather clean except for the bird droppings. 

The homeless population has moved from the underpass to private properties in the lower 70's.  Tuesday night I had 3 individuals drinking, smoking and passing out on my front steps.  Saturday night I had a homeless man sleeping on a mattress in my neighbors parking spot and peeing in my garden.  By the time police came the guy had left.

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Glad to see this building go at least.

With hotels closing, it’s too bad they couldn’t convert some of them to shelters and needed facilities  before building new ones from scratch.

I am certain that you are fully aware that neighborhoods where hotels are closing fight against establishing homeless shelters in them. 

This is a fascinating situation where some social activist folks, faced with accepting the truth of homeless shelters in their neighborhoods...a real social cause and not a theoretical idea that happens elsewhere...rise up to reject the inhabitants of the shelters. Such is human nature.

Threaten to put a Target store in the building and it will never happen. /s

Funny because there's truth in it.
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Glad to see this building go at least.

With hotels closing, it’s too bad they couldn’t convert some of them to shelters and needed facilities  before building new ones from scratch.

I am certain that you are fully aware that neighborhoods where hotels are closing fight against establishing homeless shelters in them. 

This is a fascinating situation where some social activist folks, faced with accepting the truth of homeless shelters in their neighborhoods...a real social cause and not a theoretical idea that happens elsewhere...rise up to reject the inhabitants of the shelters. Such is human nature.

Threaten to put a Target store in the building and it will never happen. /s
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WHAT WAS THAT I CAN'T HEAR YOU
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OH, AND I FORGOT TO MENTION, IT IS ILLEGAL AND SUBJECT TO A DEPARTMENT OF SANITATION FINE
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PLEASE DO NOT POST FLYERS FOR YOUR "EVENTS" ON LIGHTPOSTS ALONG 37TH AVENUE AND ACROSS OUR COMMUNITY

YOU DISRESPECT THE RESIDENTS AND BUSINESSES OF JACKSON HEIGHTS

THANK YOU
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Glad to see this building go at least.

With hotels closing, it’s too bad they couldn’t convert some of them to shelters and needed facilities  before building new ones from scratch.

I am certain that you are fully aware that neighborhoods where hotels are closing fight against establishing homeless shelters in them. 

This is a fascinating situation where some social activist folks, faced with accepting the truth of homeless shelters in their neighborhoods...a real social cause and not a theoretical idea that happens elsewhere...rise up to reject the inhabitants of the shelters. Such is human nature.
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NOTE CORRECT DATE FOR SALVATION ARMY EVENT; SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17TH.
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SATURDAY, OCTOBER 17TH; 10:00AM-4:00PM; BEST EVER RUMMAGE/THRIFT SALE IN THE GARDEN AT THE SALVATION ARMY QUEENS TEMPLE CORPS COMMUNITY CENTER, 86-07 35TH AVENUE, 86TH STREET/35TH AVENUE; JACKSON HEIGHTS, NEW YORK, 11372; HISTORIC DISTRICT; ARRIVE EARLY; SHOP, SHOP, SHOP ALL DAY; TONS OF CRAZY, COOL STUFF; VINTAGE, ANTIQUE, NEW TREASURES; CLOTHING, SHOES, ACCESSORIES FOR THE FAMILY, BRIC-A-BRAC, COLLECTIBLES, CRYSTAL, GLASS, PORCELAIN, KITCHEN, HOME DECOR; HOLIDAY GIFTS; MORE, MORE, MORE; SUPER GREAT DEALS ON ALL; DO NOT MISS THIS BIG SALE; COVID SAFE, WEAR YOUR MASK.
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