Sunday, June 8, 2014

Garbage pile up in Flushing


"As I was walking to the bus, I noticed this garbage all over the place by a construction site on union street and 39 avenue.

I actually first noticed this trash last week sometime, but it seems as if the pile is only getting larger.

I actually first noticed this trash last week sometime, but it seems as if the pile is only getting larger.

9 comments:

Anonymous said...

Give Larry a jingle at 1(718) 461-5720 and demand he clean up his property.

Janet McCreesh said...

I was at a 109 Community Council meeting and Councilman Peter Koo was the speaker, before he spoke some people in the audience were complaining to him about the dirty streets around the Main Street area. The first thing he said when he got up to the podium was "I don't want to hear anyone complain about dirty streets in Flushing, Flushing is beautiful".

Anonymous said...

Screw Koo.

That has a nice ring to it. A good campaign slogan for his opposition.

BTW, assemblymen Ron Kim is the guest speaker at the upcoming Bowne Park Civic Association meeting on June 19th. Show up and complain to him about the deplorable sanitation on the streets of Flushing.

Anonymous said...

Koo must be on crack....flushing is not beautiful!

Anonymous said...

Now walk around the other four boroughs.

You do not see this.

Queens is stagnant and sliding backward because the people do not stand up for themselves to the politicians.

Anonymous said...

That's great! De Sleazio never leaves Brooklyn and Manhattan and Koo never leaves Queens!

They're both such clueless assholes!

Anonymous said...

the only thing beautiful about Flushing are the women

Joe Moretti said...

Anon stated: Now walk around the other four boroughs. You do not see this.

You do see this in some of the other boroughs. Been to Williamsburg lately, pretty filthy with garbage. Bronx, most parts are dirty. Hell, even Manhattan is dirty. So it is not just Queens, but overall Queens is the worst and much has to do with poor elected leaders and the huge influx of low-class immigrants as well.

Anonymous said...

The residents need to go to Peter Koo's office and demand their streets get cleaned up.