Friday, June 30, 2017

No one is removing dumped car

"please post the below with all attached pictures maybe someone high up will actually do something....

green honda minivan opposite the paul klapper elementary school near 144-42 gravett road. Dumped here 3 months ago. Owes $510 in outstanding parking tikets. Gets ticketed daily for expired inspections and 1x a week for street cleaning. Multiple 311 calls 6/4/2017# 1-1-1424383051, 6/25/2017 1-1-144250739671, 6/26/25017 #1-1-1425440791, 6/26/2017 #1-1425538231, 6/27/20171-1426033741. Officers from the 107 just ticket it for expired inspection piling up tickets. Great Job -Not!!. If you can issue a ticket it may be towed immediately. I guess they found a cash cow for tickets. We are back to the 70's and 80's of dumping cars. This is across from an elementary school." - anonymous

8 comments:

Charles Gallo said...

Have you submitted it on 311? Seriously, there was one in my area, I submitted on 311, and the Department of Sanitation (of all people) came out and window tagged it. I think it was a week later (I think they have to wait 3 days) it was GONE.

There is a spot in the 311 app for abandoned cars

Anonymous said...

Actually, there's one more step before we're back in the 70s and 80s-- it needs to burn in place and then sit there for at least 3 more months. That will fully realize Duhblazio's back to the Bad Old Days Future Vision.

Anonymous said...

So, what's the big deal here?——the corrupt cabal of empowered idiot politicians (not public servants) aren't removed, much less impeached, from public office either——many if not all of whom have been permanently parked in private splendor on your dime for decades——and, even longer than this dumped car!

M. How said...

To get abandoned cars removed, take off the license plate (if there is any) and call Sanitation. Sanitation Dept. is responsible for removing abandoned cars BUT they will not remove abandoned cars IF it has a license plate on it.

This is going on all over the Metropolitan area. It is especially egregious in Brooklyn and Staten Island.

Gary W said...

Are the airbags still intact? If so I'll be right over.

Anonymous said...

Is it parked in a well lighted area ?

JQ LLC said...

"That will fully realize Duhblazio's back to the Bad Old Days Future Vision."

I am sure this blog is going to post this tommorow (as I will, new bad days 24), but possession of Oxycodone, crack, and cocaine, and turnstile jumping, public drinking and loitering are now decriminalized.

In my opinion, I think loitering may be the worst one of all. Although you shouldn't go to jail for it, that should be enforced, nobody like a bunch of seedy types hanging on the corner or a gathering of hipshits crowding a sidewalk in outside of a open window bar.

Anonymous said...

Loitering? Really? You want loitering enforced again? You can't possibly be serious.