From the Daily News:
For years it has been called "the dash controversy" - a hyphen in Queens addresses that confuses some and pleases others.
For some borough residents it is only a matter of getting used to a dash in an address number and sometimes they find it more useful. But for others, especially those new to Queens, the dash makes addresses much longer and complicated.
"It's confusing, especially for transplants," said Nancy Arjara-Spence, 38, who grew up in the Bronx and moved four years ago to Queens. "If you were not born and raised here, you still have trouble understanding the address."
I think the Bronx should keep its mentally deficient residents from crossing over the bridge...