Friday, December 12, 2008

Housing Crisis in Ozone Park

Sergey's 1st news video.


georgetheatheist said...

Sergey, great video. Very informative. And very smooth editing. The info just flowed smoothly.

(Put a logo on your mike. Blow your horn like the big shot news outfits do.)

italian girl said...

Good job, Sergey! Pretty soon you'll be covering the foreclosures of the million-dollar McMansions in the Northeast.

Miles Mullin said...

Funny how the mainline preservation community is still stuck in yesterday: apologists on how to live with development.

Stuff like this doesn't even make their radar

Oh i get it: this doesn't happen in Brooklyn Heights so they don't care - and they are shareholders in those banks that exploit these communities.

Anonymous said...

In Cleveland this has been going on five or six years and the buildings are getting broken into, pipes stipped, and set on fire.

Less tax base. And the taxes left are used to tear down these trashed homes.

Look on the bright side. Better than using taxes to give develpers tax breaks and subsidize their projects.

Anonymous said...

I like Albert Baldeo's comments. He has the passion to fight for the community.

Sergey Kadinsky said...

Thanks, everyone!