BY Sergey Kadinsky and Rich Schapiro
DAILY NEWS STAFF WRITERS
Angry homeowners facing foreclosures demanded Friday that city officials stop evicting tenants until President Obama's recovery plan jolts the economy.
Chanting "stop evictions now," the demonstrators descended upon the Queens office of City Marshal Edward Guida, who served more than 600 foreclosure-related eviction notices last year.
"Even though we paid our mortgage on time for years, because of illegal activity at our bank, any day now, we could get an eviction notice from a marshal," said Nina Bryce, 62, of Jamaica, Queens.
Bryce, who fears she and her husband could be evicted by the end of the month, served Guida with a mock eviction notice inside his Corona office, sending the crowd into a frenzy.
The demonstration, organized by the advocacy group ACORN, came a week after Team Obama launched a $75 billion plan to help homeowners stay afloat.