Wednesday, November 14, 2012
Supermarket becomes "religious facility"
In a little over a year after illegally cutting the tree and their failed attempt opening the balaji supermarket on 256-11 Hillside Ave, the same three owners have opened a religious center in the same retail location. What a great way to hedge your investment, don't you think?
My concerns are if these smart owners are subletting the temple space from their previous failed balaji business? And for how much? The public deserves to know before these owners go around asking for donations and putting people's money in their pocket in the name of god. How did they get permission to open a temple in a retail space so fast? Construction has already started. Concerns should be directed promptly towards our elected officials.
"You cut our trees and tried to rob our people, now you're going to pay"
- Floral Park, Queens resident
Yeah, it seems like they have applied for half the property to be a religious facility and half to be a business. But where is the business located? Here's some info about the new tenant:
Name: SANJEEV MISHRA
Relationship to Owner: TENANT
Business Name: HELP THE HUMANITY, INC
Business Address: 256-09 HILLSIDE AVENUE FLORAL PARK NY 11004