Thursday, February 22, 2007

Notorious developer damaged firehouse

It appears that someone we all know and love did damage to a Queens firehouse. Here's the story:

DOB inspected a firehouse located at Grand Avenue near Queens Boulevard on 1/17/06 after some work without a permit had been performed next door:

1/17/06 complaint

What did DOB find?

"VIOLATION FOR FAILURE TO MAINTAIN EXTERIOR WALL DUE TO UNDERMINING FROM 84-16 QNS. BLVD"

Sounds to me that the violation should be on the bastard who owns 84-16 Queens Blvd - who put NY's Bravest in harm's way!

3 comments:

Anonymous said...

It is only a matter of time before the blind greed (and stupidity) from this perfidious cult of development gets someone killed in the uniformed services.

After all, if you close a firehouse and have the population increase by 20+% something bad is going to happen.

And since everyone from the news media to the politicians have never failed to exhibit cool disdain for the people living here, only when these, the unionized uniform services, discover this development endangers their lives, will we start to get a general consensus that this madness has to stop.

Russ said...

Someone should Huang this guy already. Has anyone ever figured out his relation to John Liu?

Russ

Anonymous said...

This is the second firehouse that Tommy Huang has endangered! There was one in Corona that he was building next to. (The story was well documented in the press...a year or so ago). He destabilized the foundation and the firehouse had to be evacuated until, I believe, the foundation could be filled in!

Imagine if the Fire Dept. had to respond to an emergency during this!

Somebody high up is protecting this criminal! I wonder who? Maybe somebody should call Congressman Gary Ackerman's office and inquire!