Queens Community Board 2 wants the city to cut the number of film and television shoots approved for the neighborhood, which they say has become a too-popular backdrop for production crews in recent years — to the inconvenience of residents.
"We are inundated," CB2 chairman Joe Conley said.
Neighbors and local businesses have complained about the proliferation of film crews blocking stores and taking up precious parking spaces.
"We suffered through the hurricane, businesses are coming back from that. We've had a terrible winter with snow and now we have weekends without the No. 7 train," Conley said at CB2's monthly board meeting Thursday night.
"How much more is that community supposed to endure?"
Shows including "The Blacklist," "Blue Bloods," "The Good Wife," "Person of Interest" and "Black Box," have all filmed in the area, according to Conley, who said there was even a day last year when five separate shoots were taking place in the neighborhood at once.