Story about Woodhaven Lanes:
There’s a bowling alley operator who wants to keep it operating, and the demonstrators got some good news from local attorney and City Council candidate Anthony Como.
Como did a little brokering of his own, and arranged a meeting with State Senator Serphin Maltese, Parkwill president Robert Corroon, operator John LaSpina, community activist Jim Santora and himself at Maltese’s Howard Beach office, on Friday, May 2.
“You don’t have to show up - send me your emails and letters and I’ll bring them to the meeting,” Como told the hopeful crowd, before leaving for another commitment.
Meanwhile, another local bowling alley closed unceremoniously this week.
Why didn't Como ever show up at a St. Saviour's rally and announce a meeting between Serf, the owners, himself and the civic activists fighting to save it? Just lazy, I guess.