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Neighborhood Chat / Re: Post office drunkards
« Last post by jhlifer on Yesterday at 09:10:30 AM »
Councilmember Francisco Moya covers 82nd Street, not Councilmember Dromm.  So if you have concerns about the conditions on 82nd Street - as it relates to the men hanging out and the proliferation of street vendors - then you MUST contact Councilmember Moya as follows:

fmoya@council.nyc.gov 
his staff person Phiviline Solano at psolano@council.nyc.gov

His district office: Tel: 718-651-1917

Please contact his office on a regular basis. As the old adage states: The squeaky wheel gets the grease!
That is not to say that expressing your concerns to Councilmember Dromm is not warranted, so do both!!
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: Alfonso Quiroz for City Council District 25
« Last post by earbears on June 21, 2021, 06:27:17 PM »
Rank Alfonso Quiroz # 1 when you go to vote tomorrow!
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: Post office drunkards
« Last post by KGDHP on June 21, 2021, 05:40:07 PM »
There is a very severe problem with drunkards living in front of the old Burger King on 82nd Street, and smaller groups scattered around 82nd and 37th Avenues.  I cannot walk by the Burger King location anymore--it is rancid with urine and excrement.  The local city council person, Danny Dromm, has been MIA since the start of COVID, and was not much help before that in terms of cracking down on this disorderly conduct.  Unfortunately, focusing on quality of life concerns in the neighborhood is not a priority for any of the pols.

I will say that as of late one of the street vendors (god bless them) have chased off the homeless bums on 82nd street and have put clothing racks in the doorway of the BK. I probably would wash any of those tshirts with industrial grade bleach at this point lol.

I wonder if these guys migrated down to the post office?

Someone in office PLEASE do something. Danny Dromm is so checked out. He’s useless.
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: Post office drunkards
« Last post by Octavio Hernandez on June 21, 2021, 05:09:09 PM »
There is a very severe problem with drunkards living in front of the old Burger King on 82nd Street, and smaller groups scattered around 82nd and 37th Avenues.  I cannot walk by the Burger King location anymore--it is rancid with urine and excrement.  The local city council person, Danny Dromm, has been MIA since the start of COVID, and was not much help before that in terms of cracking down on this disorderly conduct.  Unfortunately, focusing on quality of life concerns in the neighborhood is not a priority for any of the pols.
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Neighborhood Chat / Post office drunkards
« Last post by 80JHer on June 21, 2021, 11:39:59 AM »
We squabble about open streets and community centers.  However our weak leadership let’s a group of aggressive males hammer back  20 oz straw-beer-Rita’s a day long in front of the center of our community, the post office.  How does this happen? Are we allowed cops in JH anymore?  These Wasteoids are within the shadow of ps 69.  I’m fairly certain that is  very illegal. 

Just curious, has any local community council candidate made any mention about this? They certainly would get my vote. 
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Neighborhood Chat / Re: Super low voter turnout for this Mayoral race
« Last post by dssjh on June 21, 2021, 11:37:03 AM »
it is baffling. my mom instilled the importance of always voting early on. i can count on one hand the number of elections i've skipped since my first vote many years ago. but what can we do, other than adopt the Australian model of fining people for not voting?
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Restaurants & Food / New restaurant coming to 37th Ave. & 86th St.
« Last post by NYer1008 on June 21, 2021, 11:08:28 AM »
New signage up at the southwest corner -- formerly the Churrasqueira, formerly a Greek eatery, formerly a bagel place.
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Neighborhood Chat / Super low voter turnout for this Mayoral race
« Last post by itsit on June 21, 2021, 07:59:46 AM »
Please people, be heard in this important race for our future. YOU COUNT + YOUR VOTE COUNTS!

 It's sad that we are seeing so few early voters participate in this years Mayoral election primary
even though we've been inundated with ad, gigantic postcards and numerous visits. At the same
time that voter suppression is taking place in other parts of the US, we are experiencing a kind of
voter apathy here. I hope that people find the time tomorrow to get out there and exercise
their right to vote! And give suggestions on how we can do this smarter next time.
 
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Restaurants & Food / Re: Lhasa Fast Food
« Last post by dssjh on June 20, 2021, 06:23:44 PM »
they're currently using takeout menus from their other location in Elmhurst, but the owner said items and prices were the same.
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Restaurants & Food / Re: Lhasa Fast Food
« Last post by Garsleat on June 20, 2021, 04:59:28 PM »
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