"When my wife and I moved to this neighborhood (Jamaica) back in '98, we felt that this would be an ideal location to retire. We spent tens of thousands of dollars in making renovations to our home. Now, years later, my blessed wife passed on this past January, and our neighborhood is being taken over by permanently parked vehicles by owners who have no regards for their neighbors' concerns. At present, there are two vehicles parked in front and by my house. The one by my house has been there for at least a year. The one in front, two weeks. These vehicles, who ever owns them, are taking up precious parking spots that my neighbors are sometimes having problems themselves in trying to locate a spot to park.
As for Mayor DeBlasio, well, he'll get his just deserts when election time rolls around. If he wins a second term it's not because the people voted for him en mass, if you get my drift. It's already apparent to me that every so-called politician who runs for mayor for the city of New York does it for one reason and reason only, PERKS. The Mayor can go on TV and talk about this and talk about that, but what he really is doing is talking out of the side of his mouth. Too many corrupt politicians claim to be for the people, but they are really in it for themselves. Every time some lobbyist or constituent with bags of money start dangling the lettuce in front of their eyes they begin to salivate and we the people of New York must suffer for their indiscretions. The guy who owns the 15 passenger van parked by my house is trying to sell it. But in the meantime, it's just sitting there. An eye sore. Worst case scenario is, if a driver happens to be coming up 175th St and can't see around it if a car happens to be coming from 176th. Although, there is a stop sign, you can't depend on the sign if the driver fails to see it or stop in time." - Anonymous
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